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  • Steven Alan for Uniqlo Launch: March 19th
    March 17th, 2009 | Uncategorized

    Steven Alan’s capsule collection for The Designers Invitation Project, launching March 19th at UNIQLO stores internationally, is a true collaborative effort between Steven and UNIQLO. Employing the vast UNIQLO resources, Steven chose and developed a series of special fabrics, including linen and cotton twills, seersucker gingham, soft enzyme-washed cottons, pretty voiles, and custom floral prints. [...]

  • Preview of Steven Alan for Uniqlo– Launching Next Week!
    March 13th, 2009 | Uncategorized

    Looking for “designers to put a twist on classic sportswear,” Yuki Katsuta, president of UNIQLO Design Studio New York, invited Steven Alan to create a women’s capsule collection as part of the Designers Invitation Project, along with Shipley & Halmos, Gilded Age, and Opening Ceremony. The line will be available from March 19th in UNIQLO [...]

  • Nate on Slapp Happy
    March 13th, 2009 | Uncategorized

    About three and a half years ago, as ReR MegaCorp was gearing up for the long-awaited release of Out Of Cold Storage, a 6-CD This Heat box set, I received an email offering me a discounted price on the then-impending 9-CD box they were putting together, documenting the English avant-prog band Henry Cow. “Henry Cow?” I thought, my mind landing briefly on drawing a blank on who this band was, or what they sounded like. Shelving, inexplicably, any further investigation for another year—nevermind the fact that the Cow box has, to date, not yet seen the light of day—I was later to discover that the paths of Henry Cow and one of my favorite bands, Faust, crossed in the mid-to-late 1970s: both bands had collaborated with an Anglo-American-German trio known as Slapp Happy.

  • Nate on Black Eyes
    February 5th, 2009 | Uncategorized

    ‘who have eyes to see, let them see! who have ears to hear, let them hear!’ Black Eyes—Black Eyes (Dischord, 2003) and Cough (Dischord, 2004) Before continuing any further, full disclosure: Washington, D.C.’s Black Eyes were responsible for some of the greatest live shows I have ever seen, will ever see. I’m not sure I’ve [...]

  • Men.Style.Com Feature
    January 8th, 2009 | Uncategorized

    The Snap Shirt was featured on Men.Style.com’s 2009:The Fashion Forecast today. It hits stores and our online shop in February. Equal parts country (pearl snap buttons), and grunge (Seattle and the King of Plaids), the snap shirt is sure to please. (image via men.style.com)

  • Rogues Gallery Spring 2009
    January 7th, 2009 | Uncategorized

    Rogues Gallery posted images from the Spring Collection on their blog PTLDME. The pictures make us think of summer camp, but with grown-ups, and are just the thing we needed to cheer up a particularly rainy day. We’ll be getting some of their reclaimed and refurbished vintage t-shirts in our Annex store in February. And [...]

  • The Generic Man for Steven Alan
    January 6th, 2009 | Uncategorized

    We’ve been getting a lot of inquiries about these exclusive The Generic Man for Steven Alan shoes featured in the January GQ. They won’t be in our stores until February, so hopefully you can hold your horses until then. The shoes will be available in white, black, and gray for all your necessary wardrobe color-coordinating. [...]

  • Dropping the Ball
    December 31st, 2008 | Uncategorized

    We’re excited for the New Year to hurry up and get here already!  We hope you have a good ol’ time ringing in 2009! (Image via vintageculture.net)

  • Super Sounds Like This
    December 31st, 2008 | Uncategorized

    (N.B.: This post was initially going to be about Thin Lizzy’s Vagabonds of the Western World (Deram, 1979). Then, Lungfish’s Artificial Horizon (Dischord, 1998). Then, after listening patiently to my insufferable griping about the unwritability of Lungfish, someone dear to me said, “Nate, just write about Gene Clark,” as if this should have been the [...]

  • For Your Ears Only
    December 5th, 2008 | Uncategorized

    Nate Landry shares a “musical secret”. And we always like to share secrets (don’t worry, we won’t tell that one about you in elementary school and your Cross Colors). Young Marble Giants – Colossal Youth LP (Rough Trade, 1980) I present to you the greatest Welsh export since John Cale. Or, if you prefer, Dylan [...]

  • Happy Thanksgiving.
    November 26th, 2008 | Uncategorized

    The cat’s out of the bag, but just in case you missed it, we’ve made our first markdowns. Now you can stuff yourself silly on something other than turkey tomorrow. And instead of just bringing a can of cranberry cocktail sauce to your host’s Thanksgiving Feast, make a little effort. Check out Instructables for ideas. [...]

  • Now, you listen here
    November 21st, 2008 | Uncategorized

    At the Steven Alan store in Tribeca there’s a music nook. Something akin to that area in your elementary school library where you could slip on a pair of headphones and listen to books on tape. While the sounds have changed, the joy of listening hasn’t. Our own Nate Landry talks about what he’s listening [...]

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