Come hang on Monday and then see Chris on Friday.

My friends at Paul Stuart have graciously invited me to take part in their Made to Order Footwear Event (the event actually takes place from October 20th - October 24th) in which they invite their own esteemed manufacturers to the shop that week to help customers create their idealized shoe. The day I’ve been assigned is October 24th, so come by and help me along through the process—give me a shoulder to cry on or something.
The other gents selected: Jake Metzger of Downeast and Out, Skylar Bergl of Four-Pins, Chris Hogan of Off the Cuff, and Robert Twitty of Gents Among Men.
This is the first of a few posts I’ll have in regard to the event—I’ll have a more detailed one in regard to the process, complete with photos. If you have any questions regarding the event, shoot me an email at FenimoreC [at] gmail [dot] com and I’ll see how I can help. 
If you’d like to book an appointment (and you really should if you have money to shell out—this is an incredible opportunity to deal closely with one of the most esteemed men’s shops in America and their manufacturers) email or click through here to book a time. I look forward to the process and to meeting some of you in the shop!

They say you can’t have cake and eat it, too.

But ain’t that what you’re s’posed to do?


Visvim Folk


Sinaisthima (συναισθηματα) translates from greek into english as “feelings”. There isn’t a better title for a mix that brings out serious cathartic feels. Mixed by DJ, menswear aficionado and, all around PleasantBoy, Scott Mirts (WWW.IMSTILLUP.COM, @SCOTTMIRTS), exclusively for This Is Not New.

The cover art is designed by Jack Rael (THIS IS NOT NEW) and features an illustrated mixed media image. The most prominent graphic references the French film La Belle Personne (The Beautiful Person). The themes of the film include the illusion of happiness, fleeting emotions and curbed desires. Mixed into the image is a reference to Blue and Grey by Mark Rothko (1962), which is considered to be one of the clearest examples of Rothko’s movement into darker themes in his work. The cream and blues of the image have been theorized to represent sensuality and doom, tragic art and an overall balance towards hope.

8x8 archival prints of the cover art are available for $15 on WWW.THISISNOTNEW.COM. All profits go towards iFred (International Foundation for Research and Education on Depression), a non-profit charity that challenges societal stigma around depression through education, prevention and research.

Robert Glapser Experiment - Move Love (Kaytranada Edit)
Klaves - Not So Far
8TM - Danny Glover
Clara La San - Nineteen Twenty (Neguim Beats Remix)
Atu - Close
Starro - Say It
Sade - Like a Tattoo
Zuper - With Her
Sango - Maluco
Chris McClenney - A Sonic Love Story
The Dream - Purple Kisses
Drake - The Real Her
Cyril Hahn - Touch My Body Remix
Partynextdoor - Curious
Jeremih - Keep It Movin
Outkast - Spottieottie
Zuper - Perfect Melody

So proud of this, hope you all enjoy it.

Porter X White Mountaineering.
The one that got away.

Cleaning out my closet this weekend, treat yourself to something nice.

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what the hell am i looking at?

"My nose was chiseled by the gods themselves, Frank. My body was sculpted to the proportions of Michelangelo’s David. You, on the other hand, well, you’re a pit of despair. Frank, you disgust me. You disgust everyone, and you will never, ever be on that billboard."


Robin Williams, 1951-2014


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My first recorded set from our last party. Feel free to download and share your thoughts. B)

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