The idea to use her own cover art as a Parody replacing the title ‘Fancy’ with ‘IGGY DISS’. The track uses a sample of Tom Ford by Jay-Z “Numbers Don’t Like check the Scoreboard. Numbers do lie and can be manipulated to create a press frenzy to influence public perceptions of reality thats why they placed #DontLie to cover her eyes. Its a satire of ‘Iggy…
Today R3dn3ck Clothing dropped their much-anticipated new line which features some excellent pieces of clothing!! Alan has been re-worked twice and now features a background of cannabis leaves on one tee and makes the switch to full colour on another. There’s also plenty more colour splashed around on both the ‘Brains’ tee and again on the ‘Ese’ tee, with the broken hand x-ray making a welcome return on the ‘X-Ray’ tee! This is an all round solid collection.
Celebrating the debut of the Theophilus London x LVRS x Stussy capsule collection, Stussy held a special launch event at its Los Angeles chapter. With Dante Fried Chicken, Pabst Blue Ribbon and Boxed Water providing food and beverages, the event has hosted by Theophilus London himself with appearances from the likes of DJ Carnage and other special guests. The collaborative collection, which includes long- and short-sleeve tees alongside a tank top and snapback, is due to be available from Stussyonline beginning Monday, August 27, at 12 p.m. PDT.
Human Made “Cold Coffe"Installation at Dover Street
Bape’s Nigo’s Human Made has arrived at Dover Street Market London. The goods are displayed in an installation designed to represent the Cold Coffee store in Japan with custom crates by Brush Plains and a hand painted canvas by Peter Cline. DSM is the only stockist outside of Cold Coffee Japan to stock the Human Made.The exhibit will be in store until the end of the month.
This would be an awesome way to stock your tees in your room. For freaks only
JOHNNY CUPCAKES RUNS FOR POLITICAL SUPERHERO ACTIVIST
Johnny Cupcakes has some brand new designs up for sale right now in their online Bakery and tomorrow in their brick-&-mortar Bakeries. This week they’ve got something for everyone, from the political activist to the undercover superhero! They also have a brand new mini Johnny Cupcakes book, which details the history of JC from its humble beginings to the internationally recognized brand it is today! Be sure to grab these before they’re gone forever!
In a new collaborative effort, New York designer Mark McNairy has teamed up with Marvel Comics on a capsule fashion collection. The collection consists of mesh caps, t-shirts, oxford shirts and coach jackets, each coming in several colorways. Inspired by some of the most iconic characters, McNairy presents Captain America, Wolverine and Spider-Man themed apparel pieces.
Compared to most other Marvel Comics apparel collaborations, this one is rather subtle and is definitely more for the grown-up fan.
Today Pony Boy London dropped a brand new concept that will enable you to create your very own Star Wars pocket tee. This concept will run for one week between the 23rd- 30th of July and there’s currently 9 fantastic pocket designs to choose from. Check it out here.
The other day High Snobiety reported about French graffiti artist tagging ‘ART’ all over the designer’s SOHO outpost and this week, they present the ‘Art by Art Jacobs’ t-shirt together. It certainly looks a lot like Marc Jacobs, the brand, and Kidult have been working together in this marketing stunt.
The t-shirt costs 689 USD and 680 USD, signed by the artist and is available in one size, only at the Marc Jacobs store on Mercer Street in New York.
HUF got together with Ashbury eyewear on a collection of summer goods. The collaboration consists of tortoise Clubmaster-style sunglasses, an olive green corduroy snapback, and a black/camo pocket tee. The Ashbury triangle A and HUF circle H logos fit together quite nicely. Now available at the HUF online store and through Ashbury Eyewear.
KITH NYC & STAMP’D LA 2012 “JUST DOPE” CAPSULE COLLECTION
Kith NYC teamed up with Stamp’d LA to create a special capsule collection branded ‘Just Dope.’ The release features clean hats, soft shirts, premium calfskin leather Nehru jackets and everyday lighters in all.
Two shirt styles ($45 USD) will also be available in a 100% cotton blend. The black colorway reads ‘Just’ printed on the front chest and ‘Dope’ printed on the rear, while the grey colorway has ‘Dope’ printed on the front and ‘New York’ printed on the back.
The Kith NYC x Stamp’d LA snapback ($68 USD) is made with a lambskin brim and a brushed cotton crown that reads ‘Dope’ stitched onto the front and ‘Just’ onto the rear. Additional features include ‘New York’ printed underneath the brim and dual tagging inside.
The collaborative black calfskin Nehru jacket ($600 USD) is made with fleece sleeves that feature french terry along the inside for comfort. Highlights include a calfskin Nehru collar, leather tag branding and an elongated design.
To wrap up the collection, Kith and Stamp’d present all black lighters ($5 USD) with ‘New York’ on one side and Stamp’d and Kith branding on the other.
Available in limited quantities, purchase the full ‘Just Dope’ collection at Kith NYC stores & online.
Based in San Francisco, Mister is a multi-faceted brand that deftly toes the line between throwback and forward-thinking. For the upcoming season, Mister’s new selection of T-shirts blends a vintage American flair with a more modern, West Coast cool. Included in the range are tees with contrasting sleeves — ethnic prints, paisleys, reversed triangle prints, and stars and stripes — as well as two plain T-shirts in luxuriously soft cotton. Check out their store
The Spring/Summer 2013 collection from London designer Christopher Kane sees the continued use of colors presented over various bespoke garments as if canvases primed for swatches of paint. Managing to create the effect of oil painting masterworks, various pieces like tanks, tees, shorts and pants are all given equal opportunity to shine. Expect to see the latest from Christopher Kane hitting select international stockists in the coming months.