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For Whitewall’s weekly Brand New feature, here’s a list of items and releases that you won’t want to miss out on.
The Dalmore released its newest whisky, the Port Wood Reserve. The port’s enticing, warm flavors wonderfully reinforce the distillery’s dedication to using quality casks, ensuring an enjoyable nightcap.
Last week at Hopper House in New York, guests like Marin Hopper and Francine LeFrak came together in celebration of the re-released book, Dennis Hopper Photographs 1961–1967. Published by Taschen, the book features a collection of text and photographs by Dennis Hopper, and accompanying text by Walter Hopps, Jessica Hundley, and Victor Bockris.
Longchamp debuted their latest collection, “Longchamp by Shayne Oliver.” Hood By Air’s co-founder, Shayne Oliver, created a selection of bags, shoes, jackets, and t-shirts—each in either black, white, blush pink, or red—featuring text like “REALNESS” and “HIATUS.” The interiors of the bags are seen to be flipped inside out, exposing the brand’s inner details like “Made in France.”
For Miansai’s 10th anniversary, the brand is introducing custom Penny Rolling machines in each of its retail locations in both New York City and Los Angeles. An addition to the accessory brand’s “New Nostalgia” category, the machines allow customers to roll out a location-specific piece of memorabilia. The pre-1982 penny will then be stamped with a hole and placed on either a sterling silver chain or two-tone cord necklace.
1800 Tequila released the latest installment of its Essential Artist Series, showing a collaboration with artist Shantell Martin. The New York City-based illustrator created a collection of six custom bottles, which feature her distinctive single-line illustrations and text that reads, “Who are you?” in black and white.