I grew up with horses. They have always been a part of my life. As a small child, I rode western because it's what my parents did, and it's all I knew. I was familiar with quarter horses, appaloosas, arabians and Tennessee walkers. My father was in the army so we moved every three or four years. I rode whatever horses were around. I was ten when we moved to Oahu, Hawaii and my world changed forever. It was there that I discovered English riding, more specifically the sport of eventing. The horses I rode in Hawaii were a motley bunch-- bored school horses with questionable heritage and a surly attitude, but they jumped! Continue reading
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The Kentucky Derby brings to mind thoughts of galloping hooves, mint juleps, the Garland of Roses and "My Old Kentucky Home." However, what truly sets the Derby ahead of the pack for many is its elegant fashion tradition. Read on to learn more about how to execute spot-on Kentucky Derby style with a little help from Nantucket Brand. Continue reading
Sailing 'Zulu' Nantucket - Tortola
Robert Cocuzzo's story of an unexpected adventure for a crew including Brian Sager, a photographer we worked with.
We loved the original Coen brothers' movie and just learned about FX's new 'Fargo' TV show via blog A Cup of Jo.
FiveThirtyEight asked what states are in the south. See the results that questioningly included mentions of CO & AZ.
The chef of San Francisco's Tartine Bakery published a recipe for his famous bread. 38 pages, but here's a short version.
Frederico Tesio, born in 1869, was one of the most important thoroughbred breeders in the history of the sport of horse racing. In fact, the Italian is sometimes known as the most important figure in the history of Italian horse racing.
Tesio is an inspiration those who breed horses, as he was one of the first who tried to create an excellent sport horse using his intuition and his analytical mind. He used his intellect to improve the genetics of his racehorses, long before genetics were studied and understood. His breeding designs made history, and today, his process is called the Tesio Method.
From sunny California to snowy Nantucket. Check out these links we know you will enjoy.
Huntington Beach Woodies
A gallery of woody wagons at Huntington Beach, CA. What's a more iconic beach car than a woody?
The Office Time Machine
The Office super-fan, Joe Sabia, compiled a video of all clips of cultural references from the show's 10 seasons.
Check out this collection designed by KK Studio. All items could be used, but not so effectively.
Spring Snow Storm with 80+ MPH Winds
Is winter finally over? Check out the tweets and images of the latest storm on Nantucket on Storify.
View these great posts about all things Madras.
Bill Murray on Madras and Moonrise Kingdom
Bill Murray discusses Madras Pants and his film, Moonrise Kingdom, while wearing madras pants (of course).
The NY Times' Rosie Schaap visited Nantucket last summer and was reminded of the timelessness of preppy drinks.
Madras has been popular since the 60s, but has been around much longer. Why the sudden rise in popularity?
Madras at Nantucket Whaling Museum
Our Montauk Madras Dress was featured at the Nantucket Whaling Museum's Foggy Facts & Fictions exhibit last year.
Can you wear seersucker to a wedding? What is seersucker day? Check out some of these seersucker related links we think you'll like.
After this year's extended winter, spring really is a reason to party! As we shake the snow off of our boots and venture out of our winter dens, the sights, sounds and smells of spring jump up to greet us.
And party we did! With the daffodil festival last weekend (April 25 through 27, 2014) everyone was ready to shake that cabin fever, get out and greet spring good and proper. Continue reading
Good music and good drinks are a couple of the topics in today's Caught Adrift: The Good Life. Take a look at these great topics we know you will love.
We're loving this Alabama sextet with a "gospel-tinged neo-soul garage sound".
How and when to tuck in your shirt
Learn the proper rules for when to leave it untucked and when to "tucket" in.
Food & Drink: The grog tray
Do you have a "grog" tray at home? Learn the basics of a great one.
The language of kiteboarding
The diversity of sailing requires expanding language skills. Each genre has its own language.