I met Mr James Jarvis recently. He's sort of a personal hero to me. When I think about why, I'm not quite sure. Is it because of the $60-$70 Silas shirts I used to admire? The Daikanyama Silas shop that was too cool? When I thought about Silas, the brand, James Jarvis always came to mind, and it's great hear the back story, and the current story about what he's done, where's he's been, today, and looking forward. Silas is no longer what it once was all about, but Amos Toys is still a great thing that echoes a lot of ideals and such of Silas.