Tuesday, October 16, 2012

GHSTS Goes For Smallknot

Brooklyn based GHSTS just launched a smallknot.com crowdfunding (like kickstarter.com but based around small businesses not just projects) campaign to raise $5500 to begin a cut & sew program in New York.

"The goals for GHSTS is to become a full fledged clothing company offering product in a variety of segments; tee shirts, cut & sew, outerwear, denim, accessories, etc. I want to take this small brand and grow it into something more through small steps, while keeping all production in Brooklyn and New York City.

Take a minute to check it out and see what kind of rewards they have in exchange for your contribution. 

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Norse Projects Watch Cap

Copenhagen's Norse Projects has made the perfect version of the watch cap style beanie this season. The beautiful knit hat is made of 100% Italian merino lambswool and has a great hand as well as nice weight. The yarn used for these beanies took the dye colors that Norse Projects used amazingly, they feature a very subtle heathering. I also love the minimalist nautical themed patched featured on the hats.

Check them out. 

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Outlier Tailored Performance

Founded a couple years back by Abe Burmeister and Tyler Clemens, Outlier is a performance clothing company based in Williamsburg Brooklyn. The first piece the guys made was a pair of pants designed for bike commuting, and has since evolved into a much more complete collection. They want to make the clothing of the future (but not in a Dark Sith way) and the guys are passionate about delivering a great end product at an affordable price. They produce in New York and use domestic and imported fabrics, finding the best for their products. Everything the guys make is super accesible price wise and aesthetically while remaining well made and cool. I have one of their Northeast Pivot Shirts and its a great fit with sweet ass subtle details such as how the sleeve is set in.

 When you get a chance check out the brand and support the guys. Website

351 Day Hiatus

Well it's been nearly a year since anything has been posted here, I think it's time we resurrect the site. We're going to update the look a bit and begin posting some new pieces over the next couple months as we try to get back in the game.

Tuesday, August 30, 2011


So ALWAYSNEVER NEW YORK, the online shop that stocks Robert Geller, GHSTS, and an unbelievable archive collection is back and running. The shop is being maned by a new team with a new design, check it out.


Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Basics By GHSTS

GHSTS is primed to offer hand treated basics coming on the first of June. The basics are going to be hand treated and dyed all in Brooklyn. Pricing should be around $35 for tees and there are going to be some accessories as well.

Check out www.theghstsofny.com for more info.

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Dripbook, Check it Out

So I've been doing a lot more styling work lately and have decided to host that work on Dripbook. Dripbook is a great website for creatives where you can build books in a professional manor in a matter of minutes. The community on dripbook.com is also huge and features creatives in many fields, photography, styling, painting, magazine production, street art, etc. Its a great resource, I suggest any one check it out if you are looking to build an online portfolio.

Need an invite, leave a comment and I'll hook you up.