Korean street brand LIFUL just sent us over a lookbook to check out and we loved it from the beginning. This new Korean brand is a fusion of upscale outdoor wear and many traditional clothing icons like the pea-coats, furry-hooded downjackets and even a few washed jean jacket. The beauty in this brand and “The Lost Explorer” collection is the [...]
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WTaps head designer, Tetsu Nishiyama, and Bape have collaberated once again to bring us a look at URSUS Bape‘s Autumn/Winter 2012 collection. This collection was created in true Nishiyama style with the references to the working class and military, like the peacoats, denim jackets, and flannel jackets. Check out the rest of the collection below. Tweet
After posting the W.A.C Spring/Summer 2012 line we had a chance to talk with the owners of Without A Crutch about their company. Check out this exclusive interview with W.A.C. about the philosophy’s, processes, and stories behind their brand. W.A.C. Social Sites Twitter Blog Can you tell us about your brand? We, Takagi Hajime from Japan and Kun-bae Park from [...]
Sumer clothing has been around since 2001 and has been killing it since. This Korean brand dropped their first preview to the Spring/Summer 2012 a few days ago and have blended street wear with formal wear perfectly. Some of the highlighted pieces in this collectionis are the gradience plaid button-up that fades to yellow and red from purple, the grey [...]
W.A.C. (Without A Crutch) was only established a year ago and yet they are bending the boundaries of cool. For their S/S 2012 line, Urban Ranch, they gave us their interpretation of life on the ranch, with a photoshoot including multiple dogs in all sizes and shapes. This korean brand has beautifully blended rural clothing with an urban twist in [...]
Colorado’s own Akomplice has just released it’s Spring 2012 lookbook as a visual journey through Los Angeles. Their new Spring line is alot more tame than traditional Akomplice, using less vibrant colors then usual. This lookbook travels through Los Angeles’ Santa Monica, West LA, Silverlake, Melrose Ave, and Burbank. Check out the rest of the collection below. Tweet