Mishka showcases their 2010 Fall Lookbook created by Fame Giant inspired by a video of an Esquire shoot by Greg Williams.
Fashionista and blogger Marcus Troy, known for his early shipments gives the rest of us an upcoming look at Nike Sportswear’s 2011 spring Destroyer Jacket. Specially equipped with a lasered logo, white leather sleeves and black coat can be seen after the jump.
With Fall just around the corner, we’re starting to see a lot of various Fall 2010 releases and today we get a glimpse at a few of the graphic tee’s The Hundreds has lined up. Sporting multiple colorways as well as graphics, these are a great addition to any t-shirt collection. The only thing that leaves me sort of puzzled is the significance of the Hot Dog graphic tee. Oh well. For those of you out in Atlanta you can head over to Standard to pick a few of these up. More photos after the jump.
WeSC celebrated the opening of their newest U.S. concept store, Aspen style. Models in cat suits, a jazz band, tuba players, and gratuitous cheese plates – the superlative conspiracy has arrived in the Rockies. Pro shred and WeActivist Darrell Mathes premiered the new Videograss movie “Bon Voyage” and WeActivists Steed Lord brought the Icelandic electro boom. Oh Aspen, how I miss you and your dope snowboarding terrain. Looks like a real nice store. Hopefully I’ll get to check it out soon.
Lum-Tec, the well known watch specialists are gearing up to launch their latest line from their Combat B Series collection. Each model within the B Series has it’s own unique qualities but they all come with two straps, a stainless steel case, your choice of either quartz or mechanical movement and their trademark Superluminova technology for that extra visibility. Don’t let their simplistic design fool you. These watches are engineered to perform under extreme conditions. They’re water resistant to 100 meters, shock resistant and are composed of sapphire crystal with double-sided anti-glare coating. Look for these at your local Lum-Tec retailer or Professional Watches and then hit the jump to see more photos.
KarmaloopTV brings you the FIRST sneak peek of UNRELEASED, SAMPLE ONLY product shown at this August’s S.L.A.T.E. show at Magic in Las Vegas. See brand new Crooks, Orisue, Flud, Rocksmith, Mishka, T.I.T.S., IMKING and more…
Kanye West, Mr. fashionable, we could go on and on for days about his love for garb and knack for piecing together some of the most stylish ensembles, but I will do my best to stick to the matter at hand. As many of you are probably aware by now, Ye has implemented a new form of fashion sense and lifestyle attitude to his group of cronies as of late. He has dubbed this the Rosewood Movement, derived from the Rosewood Civil Rights Movement. On the outside it would appear to be characterized by very classic, black and white pieces, mainly tailored suits and ties, but as we hear straight from the horses mouth, the movement seems to delve a bit deeper.
Sophistication and model citizen-like behavior amidst the hip-hop community is what Kanye is striving for with the switch of lifestyle, and it would seem that he believes in the changes so much that he is making it mandatory for his artists to dress accordingly, as well as fall in line behind his example. Wait, did that last part make you chuckle too? Of course, Ye has become known for everything but exemplary behavior, but I guess we can’t fault the dude for trying. Albeit, while I am undoubtedly a huge fan of Kanye and even higher fashion, I do feel it is merely a move for publistic purposes and will fizzle out just as most fads do now a days.
Anyhow, the purpose, so says Yeezy, is to live a life above the average, less than stellar influences and be one that people can look up to, inside and out. The fashion aspect should come as no shock to us all, but will this behavioristic 180 stick around for a while? Only time will tell. To check the original source, as well as full piece behind this story, slide on over to Luxist.
Vintage Stereon along with the fellow upcoming Grayflu premiere the release of their Made In American showcase. Comprised of four different ethnic groups, consisting of young men of Nigerian, Jamaican, Haitian and Indian backgrounds, it creates an interesting twist of the phrase “Made In America”. Wanting to express the American lifestyle that the industry that doesn’t care for, Vintage Stereon sets to continue their input into the high end urban fashion with quality clothing. Hit the jump for more images as well as video. Read More