NIGHT MOVEMENT: Graydon Carter is expanding Air Mail-related products and experiences to the bedroom.
NS Digital weekly magazine founded by Carter and curated by Alessandra Stanley is launching unisex pajamas in partnership with New York-based Alex Mill, an apparel brand headed by Alex Drexler (son of Millard “Mickey” Drexler) and Somsack Sikhounmuong.
Featuring the color stripes of old world air mail envelopes and white piping, the cotton shirt, pants, and shorts will retail for $75 to $120 each from December 4 in stores. Alex Mill and Air Mail’s online store, Air Supply, which features a selection of items including scented candles, padel rackets and work jackets.
Drexler and Sikhounmuong describe Air Mail as their favorite weekend treat, reading material – and a burgeoning lifestyle brand that spans from newspapers to coffee.
To mark the partnership, the Alex Mill SoHo location in New York will serve Air Mail’s free “Jet Fuel” mugs coffee on friday and saturday. The next day, Air Mail’s mobile coffee vans will be parked at Alex Mill’s location on the Upper East Side, while serving up copies of Air Mail’s holiday bulletin boards and Arts Intel’s new report.
Air Mail’s executive editor David Foxley likened Alex Mill to his media venture, describing the former as a young, dynamic and fun brand “rethinking its industry”. ourselves” and “attracts a global audience who values top quality, timeless style and the unexpected. ”
Alex Mill launched in 2012 and produces clothing for women, men and children.
Since its launch in 2019, Air Mail has grown from its flagship Saturday weekly newsletter to several weekly newsletters, including Wednesday’s culture newsletter, Thursday’s book report and the latest edition of the newsletter. Friday news for children. There are also podcasts and its e-commerce affiliate.
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