Archive for November, 2012

i+w on the sartorialist

Behind that head of hair: Our precious Elise, Media Director at i+w and queen Pennyweight. Wearing the Elizabeth jean and Himel leather jacket on The Sartorialist today.

quantity of one: joshua black wilkins

“I was on a two week tour opening for the rock band Face To Face. 10 shows, 4,000 miles, and drove through 8 states. I traveled separately and photographed along the way, in each little town and crossroad. These are the things I wanted to remember when I wasn’t on stage.” —Joshua


These 8×8 images are printed and matted in a 14×14 frame and available on Quantity of One now.

class trip party


The Warby Parker school bus is comin’ to town, and we’re excited to have them parked outside our shop November 28-30. Come celebrate with us this Thursday night, November 29th from 6-8 pm. We’ll have live music inside from Nikki Lane and Fly Golden Eagle and our friends at Yazoo Brew are providing the beer. Come early… the shop will fill up quickly!

new york, we’re comin’ for ya


New York, we’re heading your way! We are so excited to be a part of Pop Up Flea, happening November 30th – December 2nd at Drive-In Studios. We’ll be selling our finest goods along with Billykirk, Unionmade, Oak Street, Wood & Faulk, Three Potato Four and many many others. Friday 3 pm – 9 pm, Saturday 11 am – 7 pm and Sunday 11 am – 6 pm.


We’ll also be setting up shop in the new Warby Parker Annex December 3rd – December 9th at 819 Washington Street in the Meatpacking District. Monday through Saturday 11 am – 7 pm and Sunday from 12 pm – 6 pm. Come say hi while we’re in your fine city!

our way of giving thanks

happy thanksgiving

file under: give me water



special edition i+w tote bags

Style meets utility with our new limited edition totes, available in both oilcloth and cotton canvas. Each simple carryall is manufactured with loving care at our shop in Nashville from reclaimed material, and features a single pocket for phone and other essentials. Available while they last in-store or online here.

quantity of one: the process


Quantity of One is back with one-of-a-kind vintage tees, hand-carved and printed by Matt in his studio. The detail and time that he puts into the individual woodblock carvings make this collection a true labor of love. Learn more about the process in this video, and check out the 12 limited edition t-shirts here.

captured: neighborly love

 Will McKinney

 captured by Heidi Jewell at Portland Brew

I am all about comfort, straight up! I love my original Willies that are now three years old, basic v-necks and Calvin Klein briefs… cause nothing comes between me and my Calvins, know what I mean?!

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