Archives ofNovember 2012
The Great Divide recently released his autumn-winter 2012 lookbook in which we spotted a very original shirt from Wood Wood. “A great shirt” they say, no doubt about it. It is made of a cotton poplin, sleek as soft an sport a lovely pattern. “Ribbons”, coat of arms, shields, call it whatever you want but… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Streetwear isn’t a word ringing harmoniously to fashion purists’ ears. But it is a fact, creativity comes from the street. Podiums have an influence, that is true, but many times I wished I had Scott Shuman’s talent shooting fellows, striding the macadam along. Some boys just concerned about their style, always getting C’s or D’s… Read moreno validationand1 comment for this article.
When one of the most successful streetwear brand of the 2000′s joins his force with a traditional, 65 years old denim brand, results have to be expected. Our demands may be fulfilled with this collaboration due for the end of the year. In this collection, Bape’s subline AAPE revisits some “rodeo” classics: A 111MJ jacket,… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Yesterday Acquire blog showed us a very nice alternative to replace your good old Bicycle or Bee card deck. Also it may be a good gift idea as the end-or-year celebrations approach : for your pokerman friends, and just for those who appreciate all what surrounds the “card” item. Let’s admit playing cards are quite… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
10 years of existence had to be celebrated in a particular way. Personally, I would have go to a bar drinking beers with my friends, but apparently the French brand Kitsuné does not share the same views on celebration. For their tenth anniversary they are to release a collection with a new fox logo especially… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
This was a blistering summer day, I was just finishing a shopping session at The Graduate Store, in the middle of an afternoon walk in Bordeaux center, when I bumped into a bald photographer at the corner of Rue du Pas Saint-Georges and Rue du Loup. The guy was striding along looking for some “models-for-a-day”… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
The French from Smile & Joke did place a bet on Obama’s re-election and planned to release a new t-shirt in his effigy for the occasion. Pure classiness, young Obama with his 70s collared shirt and his big glasses! The “Young Obama’ t-shirt in available in pre-order today, in grey or white for men only… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Adidas released the Basketball Profi OG in 1969, during the same year of the Superstar which clearly gained the upper hand. Whether you like it or not, it may be difficult to contend with one of the most successful shoe in Adidas history. Yet the Profi OG bought some meaningful features (in a lower scale)… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Bear Grylls is a British adventurer retired from the special forces (SAS) and known for its tv show called Man vs Wild in which he shows how to survive in a hostile environment with a knife, a gourd and a firestone only. The success of this show really inspired Dokers who imagined a survival kit… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
On a sunday afternoon in Paris. We were waiting for Tony who had planned a photo shooting this day. He was a bit late for his rendez-vous singulier, and we arrived early. Then we totally improvised this series! Outfit of the day: new boots, jeans, graphic t-shirt, my good old leather jacket and a hat…. Read moreno validationand2 comments for this article.