1. Pink satin farm sheets.

     
  2. Mussels at the studio, Feb. 

    -styled by Sophie Strangio

     
  3. More dead stuff. Cause it’s still winter. 

     
  4. Nevada #5

    More nothing

     
  5. It’s been a while…

     
  6. sonofasailorblog:

    Spring/Summer 2014 Collection Preview

    If you visited the studio for East Austin Studio Tour this past weekend (or noticed on Facebook), you might have seen our collection teaser for Spring/Summer 2014. This will be our third collection following Polaris, and we’re so excited to debut it in February. Keep an eye out here and on Facebook for more details on a launch party we’ll be having sometime in late winter. 

    The collection is still unnamed (we’re brainstorming!), but we can tell you that it features the bold color and attention to geometric form that Son of a Sailor has been defined by. New inspiration has come from our travels this past year as we’ve taken in the scenery, people and palettes around the country, from Monument Valley to Sedona to The Cascades. We were also very lucky to have photographer George Barberis (who’s shot for publications such as Vanity Fair and Self Magazine) do our lookbook. He’s one of the coolest, nicest dudes we know! You can see photos from the book above. 

    EAST will be happening again this weekend, the 23rd and 24th, and we’d love for you to stop by and see a few of the new pieces. Our other collections will be on display and for sale. Plus, if you sign up on our list during EAST, you’ll receive an exclusive discount on on the collection when it’s debuted. One more reason to stop by and say hey! 

     
  7. As I get caught up in the excitement of the New York City holiday season, a quiet moment in the Columbia River valley this summer.

     
  8. Gettin’ weird on the Oregon coast, a recent shoot for Mag-Big and Foxtail, both small, Portland Oregon based fashion and jewelry designers.

     
  9. Vespers

    The coastal fogs and a freak storm come in off the pacific and clash with the Tillamook forest evergreens. The most rain Oregon has seen in a single day since first record was kept. 

     
  10. Nothing special, really. 

     
  11. The enchanting Oregon coast, braving look book locations in gale winds.  

     
  12. Another dispatch from the west.

     
  13. Not quite Vegas, quiet scenes from a vast desert.