This series of photographs is both inspirational and nostalgic. Love it.
That portrait of a smoking Kerouac is one of my personal faves...truly inspirational for all seasons.
Those boots (16th pic down), are they vintage?. I'd sure love to own a pair of those. Great Pics!
damien, those are vintage usmc rough out boondockers.
Another great post.If you don't mind me asking, what's the story with the flecked gray shirt, next to the Gardiner ad?
the shirt in question is KZO from Blackbird...http://www.blackbirdballard.com/KZO_Vernal_13318.htmlthanks for visiting Secret Forts.
Very nice post. That chambray shirt is nice, do you know what the red chambray neckerchief is? That even the correct name…?
What's the back story on those tartan bean boots? I bet they have seen a thing or two...
the Bean boots, I spotted on 13th&Wolfhttp://13thandwolf.blogspot.com/2009/10/fall-staples-unexpected-bean.htmlBean Signature is going to be doing a waxed canvas boot. And potentially bringing back the wool plaid.
David M, the red hanky is from the Hill-sidehttp://thehill-side.com/available online at context, blackbird, Hickorees, etc.
James,Great post, as usual. Can you enlighten me on the black backpack, 3rd photo from the bottom? Many thanks!
Last Question: And where are the blankets from?
Very well done James. I will never tire of looking at Andrew Wyeth...a true American legend.
i think for me, bruce chatwin's a constant inspiration.
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