Do you remember the time…


If I remember well, that’s was in the early 90’s that the pins invaded our everyday life.

That was crazy; you could find them in your Kellogg’s packages, in books stores, fashion stores, everywhere….

People started to collect them and pins auctions were organized all around the World.


As all the waves, the pins wave died and everybody forgot about it (except the crazy guys who put big money in the pins auctions)….


In 2014, two friends, Luke Flynn and Kym Naimo launched a Brand called Prize Pins, and guess what….the Company is specialized in pins…

All the pins are produced in New York and to be honest they’re pretty cool !


The “plus” of the Brand is that they are collaborating with great artists to launch limited editions pins.

They have collaborate with André (Parisian Artist), Tati Compton and others.


If you’re searching for a little accessory that will complete your great jacket look, just go for it !






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Calepino Notebook is a French Company specialized in notebook and pen production.

All started 5 years ago when Fabrice Richard decided to start producing notebooks that he used to see in his Father workshop.

As he say : “Inspired by the notebook that I found in my fathers workshop, Calepino was born with the dream of making a new French memo book with a cover made entirely from cardboard. Small, resistant notebooks, pocket-books, note-pads and travel journals which you can slip into any pocket or bag”.

All the Calepino products are Made in France !

You can find them here.

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These Bags, whose essence is illustrated by their very names, are manufactured in Portland, Oregon, on the West Coast of the USA.

Knapsacks, strap bags and hampers for people who love travelling by bicycle, the basic element in their lifestyle philosophy.

The main elements the brand relies on are the quality of materials, the accuracy in production, the perfect finish of details, and the simplicity of seams and buckles.
The leather and the other components they use come exclusively from local firms, in compliance with their “farmers market philosophy”.

The fact that the bags are made of soft, light materials involves a quite reasonable increase in weight of bicycle, so that a cyclist can bring along all the bags contain after parking his bike.