Think summer and you think beach. Which means you're missing out on the rest of the country: cabins in the woods, swimming holes, and hiking trails with no cell service. Let's celebrate this summer these great places—along with the great American (and American-influenced) designers who have created a new camp-inspired look. It's part mountain man, part modern nomad, and equally at home on the sidewalk as it is on the trail. So tie on a bandanna, book a cabin, and lace up a new pair of hiking boots. They'll look better with some trail dust. (pics and full story via GQ.com)
Anderson's belts are the perfect buddy for your favorite Alden shoes.
Given its Parma, Italy origin, Anderson’s may not be the most obvious name for a belt maker, but for Carlo Valenti it was an honor. When Valenti launched his company in 1966, he named it for an English tailor whose work he admired. The commitment to the then-aspirational name has led to a nearly 50-year history of belt-making expertise and made Anderson’s synonymous with high quality design and manufacturing. Today, the experience and traditions of this 50-employee operation combine with modern techniques to create each Anderson’s belt. Buy your Alden and matching Anderson's @ Supply & Advise Miami