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GlassOrganelle

  • December 2, 2014
  • Written By Timothy Nguyen

Mia of GlassOrganelle was gracious enough to take the time to talk to us about how she discovered of designers like Rick Owens and Rei Kawakubo of Comme des Garçons. In our interview she discuses the development of her own style as well as the transition into sharing her perspectives on her blog. Click the jump to read more.

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Wax + Cloth: Designed and Built in North Carolina

  • November 11, 2014
  • Written By Timothy Nguyen

Wax+Cloth is a one-man operation run by Paul Kwiatkowski out of Raleigh, North Carolina that focuses on handmade products like canvas backpacks, duffles, and totes. He was kind enough to send me some of his work so I could have a first hand experience with them. The quality and build of the products is great overall so stay tuned after the jump to hear a little bit about how Paul started and what’s next for Wax+Cloth.

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Something Bespoke’s New Official Instagram

  • October 28, 2014
  • Written By Timothy Nguyen

We wanted to announce that we have launched @SomethingBespoke as the official Instagram!

Please follow us there and on Twitter for the latest news and updates about www.SomethingBespoke.com


Don’t worry! Our personal profiles will still be open for you guys to follow as well!

David Chen: @dxchen_8

Levi Lemaster: @le_master

Timothy Nguyen: @Tim_Nguyennn

We appreciate everyone’s continued support of Something Bespoke!


“Beyond The Suit & Tie” Menswear Event Announcement – Presented by FGI Houston

  • October 25, 2014
  • Written By Timothy Nguyen

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I am excited to announce that Levi and myself will be a part of the official press for this upcoming event hosted by FGI Houston.

Levi will be doing the photography and I will write a breakdown for all of those who couldn’t make it or aren’t in Houston.

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Brandon Mahler on High-Low Style

  • August 7, 2014
  • Written By David Chen

Just over a year ago, I met Brandon Mahler at an event held by The Houston Collective at The Class Room. He was running the 3Sixteen pop-up shop and noticed that I was wearing the indigo dyed 3sixteen X Converse. For awhile I thought he worked for 3Sixteen but it turns out he works for Gucci.

He is known around town as the guy who is super into fashion but kind of follows the beat of his own drum. He wears what he wants and looks cool every single time. Brandon discussed his opinion on High-Low style and took us through his fashion phases.

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