You’re in the market for a new tee and you’ve gone to every store you can possibly think of, but still can’t find the one you’re looking for. So now you have two choices: either sell out and grab a tee that’s not quite you but has a famous logo emblazoned across the front, or you grab an FAQ tee.
The latest collaborative effort from streetwear brand Fourth is King features the late artist Bryan Nash Gill and his woodcut relief print Locust. This special edition apparel captures the clean and stunning artwork and represents the unique process that Bryan Nash Gill brought to his craft: inspired by nature, the artist chopped into dead or […]
Skulls is an independent streetwear brand created by the Barcelona native, Ivan Jimenez. Ivan is an ex-professional skateboard photographer and an ex-Nike SB brand manager. Good foundations for the Brooklyn-based brand that offers creative products. Skulls hats are handmade in the US to support local economies and ensure the best quality.
At the heart of the new GFunk and Batz Street Series T-Shirt range lie bright and playful designs, bold graphics, and an inherent sense of soul. The collection pushes the envelope of football design, drawing inspiration from graffiti, pop culture and art. A new cut and soft combed cotton completes the urban outfit. Best worn with black or indigo denim, casual jacket and white sneakers.
Quiksilver’s Limited Collection, a premium extension of the main Quiksilver line featuring a collaboration with Disruptive Pattern Material and Hardy Blechman of Maharishi, debuted in Spring of 2007. The latest collection combines a sophisticated, minimalist aesthetic with nautical and military influences.
SOB Apparel (we’ll let you fill in the missing words!) is a project by designer Shawn Button, who has brought his style and artistic experiences to one of his passions: designing clothing. His goal is to ‘transform something from its blank slate or recycled past into something fresh and full of new life. Each garment is made from a base of 100% cotton American Apparel clothing, and they are all created individually by hand’. What’s more, ‘each garment isn’t shipped until … it has soul’. Hot damn! And ain’t that what we need more of in this world?
The new range of Alexander Wang for Uniqlo just hit stores this week in New York. This is the perfect collaboration for budget-minded fashionistas, allowing us to wear Alexander Wang at an affordable cost (in the $50-60 range).