Founded with the desire to reignite the sophistication and ruggedness inherent in ’50s design, Cavalier operates under two guises: 1. a handcrafted accessory line for men and 2. an online flea market for American memorabilia. Designer, curator and founder Taylor Pemberton opened shop in 2010 with a simple premise, “Hit the road and live.” The brand’s original, handcrafted menswear line features leather goods that are hand-stitched and made to order in New York City i.e. their leather duffle, belt and wallet. The online flea is curated with one of a kind pieces no longer in production including Pendleton Flannels and a first edition 1952 copy of Hemingway’s Old Man and the Sea. A man’s man shop that represents American heritage at its finest, Cavalier’s goods are durable, well-constructed and made to last. … and my favorite shot from the Cavalier Journal, along with seven reasons why Bill Murray is so bad ass (Sidenote: I met him once in Charleston, South Carolina at a RiverDogs game, the minor league baseball team he co-owns. I was slinging Italian Ice and he was buying some for his son. He came back twice and gave me a generous tip. Now I know my biggest regret is not inviting him to an afterparty). Check out the rest of the amazing images here.