• Toro y Moi for Baron Wells
  • Posted 38 months ago by staff · culture · 6404 Views
  • Baron Wells, a New York-based clothing company, have teamed up with musician Toro y Moi aka Chazwick Bundick to create their latest lookbook. In terms of the collaboration, it actually works quite well, despite the fact that Bundick is simply modelling the clothes, as both the label and the musician have a minimal approach to what they do and create.

    All clothes featured are now available to buy from the Baron Wells shop.

    www.baron-well.com

  • Fred Perry Foxx Shoe
  • 38 months ago · culture · 2 Comments · 3708 Views
  • The latest release from Fred Perry comes in the form of a woven stripe model called the Foxx shoe. The low-profile sneaker features a full striped upper (in either red or blue) and crisp white soles. Of course, the shoe also features Laurel Wreath embroidery giving it that classic...
  • Emerica: Kevin Long's Stay Gold B-Side
  • 38 months ago · culture · 0 Comments · 2579 Views
  • Kevin 'Spanky' Long, who produced a t-shirt graphic for us a little while back, has just had his Emerica Stay Gold B-Side released by Emerica, which features over 11-minutes worth of behind-the-scenes footage from the filming of the video. Stay Gold, which was released September...
  • Trailer: Nike Chosen Snowboarding
  • 38 months ago · culture · 0 Comments · 1632 Views
  • Nike have released a trailer for their Chosen snowboarding video, which will feature Nicolas Muller, Annie Boulanger and Danny Kass and is set for release on 2 June, 2011. Kass says the video is a "a full mental assault that will blow your mind", so stay tuned!
  • Opening Ceremony Iven2 Boots
  • 38 months ago · culture · 0 Comments · 2005 Views
  • Yet more news from the Opening Ceremony camp… They've now released the Iven2 classic and classy boot, featuring a woven brown leather upper. "Simply beautiful and while making sure that you are not wearing the same as everybody else around you, they do not attract too much attention...
  • Chase for Altamont
  • 38 months ago · culture · 1 Comment · 1682 Views
  • Chase, named as one of Italian Vogue's favourite artists, has created a new collection of t-shirt designs for skate clothing company Altamont. For Chase, skateboarding as a kid in the streets of Belgium was crucial in forming the person he's now become - "a colourful character who...