Shipley & Halmos Blue Suede Max Chukka BootShoes the color of a perfect spring day's sky. You almost have to smile. Shipley & Halmos has a great silhouette on their hands with their Blue Suede Max Chukka Boot. It's a great shoe to dress up and dress down and the toe shape is damn near perfect. With shorts, cuffed khakis or even a pristine modern sweat pant, these chukkas signify coolness and scream spring. Available now at Ssense.com.Read Full Story
As you may know, Sam Shipley and Jeff Halmos launched their label in 2008 with the goal of creating not just a clothing line, but a wide array of products that speak to their personal interests and inspirations. A gym-class sweatshirt in this seaon's collection is appliquéd with the words "Unknown Artist". A private joke, it is. But the duo meant it seriously, as they explained in their Soho studio. Spring, Sam Shipley said, is "a celebration of the aesthetic created by people contributing to...Read Full Story
American designers Sam Shipley and Jeff Halmos make a yearly pilgrimage to Colorado. "The Jeff and Sam annual summit", they called it at their showroom, with their usual chummy good cheer. This season, it provided the inspiration for their collection. Shipley & Halmos aren't in the thrall of seasonal trends, but they do continue to tweak their collections. The synergy between formal tailoring and sportswear served as the expertly translated design language of the collection. While remaining...Read Full Story
When a label moves its sales from an outside showroom to an in-house operation, it's the kind of industry maneuver that shouldn't much concern its fan base. But in Shipley & Halmos' case, it's worth mentioning as the latest example of the brand's retrenchment in its own S world. In the Greene Street studio that is their workroom and office, Sam Shipley and Jeff Halmos have built their own showroom -designed, arranged and merchandised to their own specs. That studio is already familiar to fans...Read Full Story
NEW YORK, Sep 24, 2010 / — Opposing forces of modernity versus classicism that Shipley & Halmos explores in their men’s collection season-to-season offers a wardrobe of lighthearted, functional essentials.
The Spring/Summer 2011 men’s collection, entitled “A Classic vs. Modern Parody”, embraces that duality with humor and wit.
As inspiration, designers Sam Shipley and Jeff Halmos studied the true definitions of “classic” and “modern” by researching Greek and Roman architecture and art while...Read Full Story
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