<a href="http://www.streetetiquette.com/" target="_blank">Street Etiquette</a> is the hugely influential style blog of Joshua Kissi and Travis Gumbs—two dapper young gentlemen from the Bronx who filter classic American style through a modern, urban lens and photograph the results for all to see. Though barely of drinking age, Kissi and Gumbs have already garnered accolades from around the world for their unique take on menswear and their keen eye for highlighting detail and placing clothing in historical context. The duo have been featured in the likes of <i>GQ</i> and <i>Vogue</i>, created signature shoes with nautical mainstays Sebago, and were even named “Best Men’s Style Blog” by the Guardian UK.
These updated-rustic styles have an upscale lodge vibe ... they'll add laid-back luxury and plenty of charm to your space.
Since founding their groundbreaking blog Street Etiquette in 2008, Travis Gumbs and Joshua Kissi have become two of the most influential voices in menswear — both for the effortless and inimitable way they put their own spin on vintage style, and because, well, they just happen to be two of the coolest dudes on the planet. Period. We're thrilled to be working with them on this sale, which features a selection of photo prints from their amazing recent editorial spread, "Slumflower," as well as an assortment of suits, shoes, accessories, and more, all hand-selected by Travis and Joshua.
These accents are anything but standard fare. They’re a little unusual, unorthodox, and possess plenty of visual interest.
Men's lifestyle brand Street Etiquette, headed up by Joshua Kissi and Travis Gumbs, started off as a menswear blog, and since then, it's become so much more. From trend analysis to design consultations, the duo has certified themselves as arbiters of urban cool, with lots of culture thrown in. The result, in everything they do, is both stylish and smart. Their latest project, a short film/editorial shoot called "Slumflower," exemplifies their city-focused, culturally rich aesthetic; here, you can pick up prints from that shoot, as well as designs for the home that they've chosen, which match their style vibe.