Recently featured in the awesome write-up by Jahn Hall of BKLYN Dry Goods Check out the rest here. Here is an excerpt from his write up:
"Not sure how this was missed this yesterday, but it suddenly dawned on me that there’s something about writing a blog post about bloggers that seems to break some sort of time & space continuum. I think the kids call it “meta”, a word that’s seems to have been reintroduced to the pop-culture lexicon of late. Sure, it’s certainly not the first time journalists, for example, have featured the work of one of their own, however, more often than not, it’s done posthumously. Props are props, but why not let your peers know they’re respected, admired, etc. before they’re no longer around to enjoy the public adoration? Hence this post.
Again, we’ve been lucky enough to gather up a couple more folks from the interwebs we all know & love & asked them to share with us some of their top picks for the coming season figuring, honestly, they probably had better taste than us. Today Jamison Aweau (Anchor Division) & Jake Gallagher (Wax Wane) drop some knowedge on their spring kit before we round up this three-part post on Monday with Brad Bennett (Well Spent) & Mariah Kunkel (Quite Continental).
Jamison Aweau, Anchor Division (www.anchordivision.com)
Launched in 2010, Anchor Division has recently undergone a make-over & we have to say, the site is looking sharp. Jamison Aweau, the man behind the site, takes inspiration from all things oldey tyme — and from all things relevant. Focusing attention on building as much exclusive content — and with an apparently clear appreciation of vintage military, the site has it’s sights on growing with content focused on womenswear as well as a soon-to-open web shop. We can only say our appreciation for Jamison’s well-edited site will inevitably grow, too.