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Leisure Wear by Lovers Court
Melbourne, Australia-based Lovers Court launches their label with a debut leisure wear collection that doesn't discriminate between genders. Eschewing traditional fashion seasons for a more open-minded approach, Lovers Court was founded by Talia...
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THETHING, Streetwear From China
It may be hard to believe, but until around 10 years ago "streetwear" was a rather esoteric word in China, and city kid fashion was limited to a few Western brands known only to those who had the chance to travel abroad. The post '80s generation...
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A First Look at Adidas Originals FW 14
Adidas has a long collaborated with influential individuals in the worlds of fashion and design—notable recent partnerships include the likes of Tom Dixon, Mark McNairy, Pharrell, Kanye West and Nigo. While none of those named had a part in the...
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Lazy Oaf + Garfield Summer '14 Collection
Before Grumpy Cat became an internet sensation and a meme standard, Garfield (created by American cartoonist Jim Davis) starred in feature films, garnered multiple Emmys, broke a Guinness World Record for most widely syndicated comic strip and won...
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Moss Fall/Winter 2012 Lookbook
by Janine Stankus Regular dudes strolling around Brooklyn with a couple of 40s, snapping pics with their iPhones—that may not be what you'd expect from a formal photo shoot, but that's exactly what streetwear brand Moss was going for with...
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Kevin Ma
Sponsored content: Starting out as an early chronicle of sneaker culture, Hypebeast has distinctly evolved into an online magazine that lives up to the tongue-in-cheek origins of its name as a go-to influence guide. Since 2005, founder and editor...
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Thaylor
Montreal's newest online hub connects the creative community with well-designed wares, from sneakers and wallets to speakers and pocketknives. Like so many digital shopping destinations, Thaylor's web-based shop doubles as an editorial platform...
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Yoko Devereaux x Gilt Man
NYC's dearly departed men's label Yoko Devereaux returns this fall, bringing with it a "dark and clever smirk." The capsule collection created for Gilt Man includes signature pieces—like its oft-imitated fleece blazer—as well as new...
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Beta Unit
Southern California's Beta Unit introduces streetwear to an apocalyptic aesthetic that's usually reserved for the runway. In the upcoming fall collection, knits with mystical-looking geometric patterns bring crop formations to mind and functional...
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Raised by Wolves x Furni Digital Watch
Emerging Canadian streetwear label Raised by Wolves and our friends at Montreal-based design studio Furni are back with a second round of LCD digital watches. This time gray and candy-colored pastels replace the vivid fluoro hues from the first run...
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Supreme
Famed skate store and cult brand Supreme has been the subject of many a skater's wet, sneaker-fueled dreams since James Jebbia founded it in 1994. What first began as an ode to the laid-back urban sport's apathetic but angry crowd has spawned artist...
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Pedaler Clothing Spring 2010 Collection
Targeting the growing market of bicycle commuters, Pedaler Clothing incorporates technical elements into clothing and accessories that could pass as a standalone streetwear line. Both tops and bottoms have ergonomic cuts made for the cycling movements...
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Cult Streetwear
At a moment when most aren't even sure what streetwear is anymore, "Cult Streetwear" offers a survey of the style's most prominent pioneers. One one hand it's an essential reference guide to the ubiquitous category, but on the other, author Josh...
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Vane NYC Concept Store
Until I discovered streetwear brand Vane's Concept Store, searching for that perfect winter boot seemed like an impossible task. After months of searching, I was beginning to feel like Little Red Riding Hood. Some were too big, other too ugly...
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Bernhard Willhelm: Keep It Unreal Collection
Extending his brand of irreverent eclecticism, Bernhard Willhelm's new line introduces his multi-referential fantasy to a sportswear collection called Keep It Unreal. Including leggings and coordinating tops covered in psychedelic radiating lines...
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FAT Fall/Winter 2009 Collection
Tokyo-based clothing brand FAT (pronounced F.A.T) recently unveiled their upcoming Fall/Winter 2009 collection. We're liking the athletic and military influences combined with modern, borderline baggy cuts. Simple looks punctuated with saturated...
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No Mas x Silver Lining Sports Shades
NYC label No Mas knows that nothing says summer like vintage shades, prompting their recent collaboration with Silver Lining Opticians. The two styles, modeled after those worn by baseball star Reggie Jackson and tennis' sex-symbol Bjorn Borg...
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Fiber and Fellow Fall/Winter 09
Fiber & Fellow has been on our radar for some time now, but we are especially impressed with their upcoming Fall/Winter 09 collection which is due out late this Summer. Based out of Long Beach, California, Fiber & Fellow's latest menswear...
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Ludwig Boutique
Using fabric and accoutrements from vintage dead-stock, Ludwig offers streetwear apparel with a twist. Ludwig's new L.A. store, located on the outskirts of Chinatown, features tastefully done pieces for men. Stocked with classics like well-constructed...
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Welcome to Toddland
After noticing a killer one-piece jumpsuit called the "Conchord" online we asked ourselves, “Who would make such a great piece?” Below are the answers we got back after exchanging a few emails full of...
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Vane for Sebago
While yachts and tattoos generally have little in common, the street-savvy boys behind Vane New York prove that everyone loves a good boat shoe with their urban rendition of Sebago's classic Dockside. Both purveyors of quality, the two brands...
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Acronym Etaproof Tec Sys Shorts
Although it's snowing today, the first day of Spring, in NYC, while looking for a versatile pair of shorts I found these Swiss-made Acronym Etaproof Tec Sys Shorts which might be all I need for the coming summer months. Acronym's consistent...
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Nom de Guerre x Redwing: Trench Protection Boots
Red Wing Shoes has been turning out heavy-duty footwear at its plant on the the banks of the Mississippi River since 1905. The Minnesota-based company that shoes factory workers, soldiers, ranchers and increasingly urbanites alike teamed up with the...
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A.R.C. Sports Store
Of streetwear pioneer Alife's many 2008 accomplishments—which include fresh collaborations (see their Lacoste Polos and the Parra x Patta sneaker for a couple of our favorites) and stores opening in Tokyo and Los Angeles—what might...
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