This weekend we’ll be setting up (temporary) shop for the Pop Up Flea NYC, a three-day market hosted by our friend A Continuous Lean. Come say hello, meet the team and get your hands on some of the products you might have been eyeing online.
We will never share your information & you can unsubscribe at any time.
Modern tailoring meets classic activewear in a one-two punch with our Todd Snyder x Champion collection. The 100% cotton sweatshirts and sweatpants have a relaxed fit that take you from weekends away to training at the gym. Both feature flat lock stitching for extra comfort.
In 1995, when Joanne Hendricks opened a cookbook store in the front room of the house where she and her family had lived for two decades, she wasn’t sure what to expect. Nor did she anticipate a specific clientele, other than “people curious to come into a small shop with a wooden door.”
In Conversation With Top Chef Cristina Ceccatelli & Canning Expert Marisa McClellan
With harvest season kicking off and a bounty of fall produce filling the farmers’ markets, now is the time to try your hand at preserving – or add a new recipe to your arsenal. Here to help: Cristina Ceccatelli, an Italian chef based in Ketchum, Idaho, whose homemade jams are a staple at her popular 16-table restaurant Cristina’s. Marisa McClellan writes about the art of canning on her website Food in Jars and released her cookbook of the same name last year. (We’ve been fans since making her mouth-puckeringly tasty kumquat marmalade.)
Following an enlightening trip to an organic coffee farm in the Dominican Republic, Jack Mazzola returned to New York with the mission to make, quite simply, the perfect cup of joe. He bought different roasts from a Puerto Rican importer and tried brewing them in his apartment in several French presses to properly compare flavor profiles. Turning his countertop into a kitchen-cum-laboratory, Mazzola took a cue from his Italian grandma, who mixed together all the ingredients of her tomato pasta sauce with a steady arm, and started stirring his coffee. The result: a consistently smooth, strong brew.
Looking to find an antique Moroccan dagger, a 1971 Royal Enfield motorbike or an adorable Dalmatian-Bulldog named Ace?
Bureau of Trade is your place.
A collection of merchandise that “men want most – whether or not they’re yet aware,” Bureau of Trade is the e-commerce brainchild of former Middle East analyst, menswear designer and editor Michael Phillips Moskowitz. Scouring online auction houses and traveling the world, Moskowitz’s refined eye searches for the exquisite, the eclectic and the elegant. These globally sourced scores become the ever-evolving selection at Bureau of Trade. Each is accompanied by a witticism and erudite conversation in lieu of pedestrian product descriptions. The combined result is an online boutique of clothes, cars and canines (and more) as unique as its creator.
You’re either reading this because you wonder how exactly this product fits into our collection, or because you got excited, and were just about to make a purchase. If the latter: Our apologies, this product is not for sale at KM. We’ve fooled you, because we wanted to bring awareness to why we’re doing what we’re doing.