Read our interview to learn more about Shaun Layton’s evolving bartending methodologies and why raw denim is his uniform of choice.
Designer Char Kennedy expresses how wearing raw denim has helped her let go of the expectation that this garment should remain crisp and pristine. Learn about the beautiful, evolving properties of this iconic fabric in our latest edition of the Weathered Project.
This month, we return to our very first Weathered Project subject, tattooer and business owner Mitch Kirilo. See how his Tellason Gustaves have transformed over the year.
We caught up with internationally acclaimed bartender Shaun Layton in the latest edition of the Weathered Project – see the evolution of Shaun’s Imogene + Willie Barton Slims and find out how Juniper is part of a wave of restaurants transforming Vancouver’s Chinatown.
Last October we introduced you to Char Kennedy, a talented and driven industrial designer who creates objects that people use to shape their lives. We’re checking in with her to see which projects are keeping her on the go and how her reliable Nudie Pipe Leds have changed throughout the ride.
Back in September of 2015, we started the first chapter of the Weathered Project with an introduction to Mitch Kirilo, Gastown Tattoo Parlour artist and owner. Over the past four months, Mitch journeyed around the country in his sturdy Tellasons – we’re interested to learn how he (and his winter armour) fared over the Winter.
Welcome to the third chapter of The Weathered Project: Quench, featuring Vancouver’s award-winning bartender, Shaun Layton.