The magic of the season inspires traditions, new and old.
The meaningful connection between family traditions, warm
camaraderie and old school culture sets the landscape for
an authentic holiday we cherish.
Our catalog features the landscape of Alta: the birthplace
of American skiing in the West. Where traditions are made.
This is the place I first learned to ski. And what better place:
raw, real, steep and authentic. To ski it, you knew you were
skiing. Create new and old traditions this season.
Enjoy our collection.
Citadels of geological stone carved as life was forming.
I love this place. So much so that I have made three films there:
"Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid", "Jeremiah Johnson"
and "The Electric Horseman". The dramatic, yet calm landscape
inspires artists from across the world. Enjoy.
This catalog showcases the expansive and unique beauty
of the Mojave Desert, where I camped and hiked as a kid.
As time moves at what appears a fast pace, time is also
precious; we revel in places where time slows, where we may
find a road less travelled, to be greeted with new discovery,
creativity and adventure. A place with no boundary.
We hope you enjoy our newest collection.
South of the border lies a land older
and unique. Sayulita, Mexico is a very
small, quaint seaside fishing town.
Its setting inspires memories of a time
gone by, a quiet time where reminiscent
thoughts are possible. Remembering
summer as a child—finding cool shade
from the heat, the excitement of running
endlessly and dreaming of what life
may bring ahead of you.
I hope this catalog might inspire you
to do the same.
. Making two films there
years ago, I had the chance to absorb its gothic
presence. Some might say it's magic.
With Spanish moss dripping from its branches
to the fascinating weirdness of its history-
ghosts sometimes still present. I wonder what
our models felt?
Savannah is exciting, energetic and full of
surprise. Enjoy our Spring collection. Here you
will find what is new and unexpected.
This catalog issue features the town
of Marfa, Texas. Founded in the 1880s
as a railroad water stop, the town is
rich in authenticity, inspiring cultural
and creative diversity. The large, open
landscape that lights the morning and
evening sky is all consuming.
With the ongoing challenge of an
expanding population and urban sprawl,
we embrace this small town, deeply
rooted in its heritage.
With the chill of the winter air upon us, there is a
glimpse of warmth on the horizon bringing us a season
of discovery, rebirth and rejuvenation.
May the grandeur of the landscape, the beauty of
open spaces and the awakening of a new season inspire.
Enjoy our new collection.