The BKc, A League of Their Own . . .

The BKc, A League of Their Own . . .

While we work diligently on developing our men’s collection, it doesn’t mean the ladies have to wait to get their BKc on. As Alicia showed the SF team, the BKc Denim Western (pictured in size small) goes perfect with the flannel bow-tie and can be executed just as well for women. Available at The BKc NY (150 Nevins St.) & The BKc SF (1521 Fillmore St.) The BKc Style + Character and The Hundred Year Plan.

The BKc, “Fabric of Life” continued . . .

The BKc, “Fabric of Life” continued . . .

You guys asked for us to report more of the process of the making of our garments. And we promise to deliver just that. For now we will let you guys enjoy some more revealing photos of the fabrics and patterns we are currently working on transforming. But in the coming weeks we will open the blog for our creative team to talk more about the inspiration and process behind each piece we create. The BKc Style + Character and The Hundred Year Plan . . .

The BKc, “Family Tree” Pic of the Day…

The BKc, “Family Tree” Pic of the Day…

A behind the scenes pic taken during our Portrait Project in SF featuring photographer John Midgley. Stay tuned for The Full BKc Portrait Project…

The BKc, Snow Patrol . . .

The BKc, Snow Patrol . . .

After closing up shop early yesterday due to the storm, we were able to get a few pictures of how nasty it was outside. Like we said before navigating the city after a snow storm like this is nothing short of a full workout. But with the right gear you should be able to survive without a scratch. The BKc Style + Character and The Hundred Year Plan . . .

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The BKc, California Love . . .

The BKc, California Love . . .

While Father Bev attempts to break the world record in long jumping (good luck with that), we too are experiencing some wet weather ourselves on the west coast. Rain not only brings traffic but also a certain friend from LA who’s flight was delayed by the storm. Our southern California counterpart, Eli of Filter Magazine or as we like to call him “BKcLA”, happened to be in town and made his usual visit to The BKc SF. He chatted a little, e-mailed a little, and even helped some customers. We made sure he didn’t leave empty-handed. The BKc Style + Character and The Hundred Year Plan . . .

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