We’ve been jonesing for a concho belt the moment we saw this image.  Once reserved exclusively for ceremonial purposes, an authentic Native American concho belt was, and still is, considered a highly prized accessory.  Though we can’t afford to shell out a few thousand dollars for a sterling silver concho belt, these versions from Sheplers will do just fine.

(image from here, Roper Concho Belt $59.99, Tony Lama Concho Belt $49.99)


“There was a mythical character who used to roam around my camp…who taught us by example that with just our wits and a good axe, we could live, and we wouldn’t need anything else but those 2 things. Fast forward 30 years and here I am living in Manhattan, surrounded by iPhones, flat screen TVs, incandescent light bulbs and ergonomic pillows, and one day I realized: all I really wanted was just a good axe: so I got to work.”- Peter Buchanan-Smith, founder of Best Made Company.

(Best Made Company Axes $180-$220 each)

Sarah Moon

In the 1960s, Sarah Moon (fashion photographer and filmmaker) discovered Ansco’s GAF500 film while living in Paris.  Contrary to popular thought, she appreciated the unconventional saturated and ultra grainy look of the film; and as a result she’s carved out her own niche of photography.  Alluring, mysterious, and seductive, her signature style is incredibly inspiring.  Fun fact: in 1972, she was the first female photographer to shoot for the Pirelli Calendar.  Amazing.

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