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Kim Gordon’s Mirror/Dash label

As a So-Cal suburban teen, I was a die-hard Sonic Youth lover. So when Kim Gordon launched X-Girl clothing in 1994, I became an insta-fan. My favorite T-shirt was electric … Read more

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Electronic Poet

For an industry that spends so much time fratenising with musicians, few designers ever admit to being primarily influenced by the music industry itself. Electronic Poet are an exception.

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Threads or Dead

Threads or Dead is a new Australian-based online clothing store, based in Perth, and selling streetwear and contemporary fashion for both guys and girls. Says site founder Justin Greenwood: ‘As … Read more

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NeoSydney + NeoTokyo

NEOSYDNEY+NEOTOKYO is a photographic exhibition of street pop photography and images of the everyday, portraying a narrative of the life and heart of two city hubs.

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Evisu Genes

Once upon a time there was a real connoisseur of jeans, Hidehiko Yamane, as expert and demanding as only certain Japanese ‘otaku’ can be.

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Pleasure Principle

Diva Pittala is the designer of edgy and glamorous fashion label, Pleasure Principle. Silk tied in knots on the back of baggy dresses might be their trademark, but this spring’s … Read more

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Born and raised in New York, the boys of Pegleg have been designing their collection out of their downtown apartment since their freshman year of college.

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Lollipop Loretta

The t-shirt range of Lollipop Loretta is essentially a bright and bubbly collection of wearable art. There are only two of each shirt in each size and the illustrative monster … Read more

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