Music and fashion intertwine continuously; the clothing choices and references to brands that musicians make often have a direct effect on fans, and we have come to see how powerful the right endorsements can be – simply look at how Polo Ralph Lauren and Tommy Hilfiger have become synonymous with ’90s hip-hop. Grime now finds […]Read more "Grime Through the Ages and the Fashion That Made It"
Subsequent to the notable AW17 capsule collection by Martine Rose in collaboration with Italian outerwear brand Napapijri, the London men’s wear designer returns for SS18 with a shift in focus from the East to the West coast of America, examining the youth and music scene of downtown LA in the ‘90s. Rose stays true to […]Read more "Martine Rose x Napapijri SS18 Capsule Collection"
Russian designer, photographer and filmmaker Gosha Rubchinskiy is known for having a fascination with the post-Soviet youth, his is one of the few labels whose identity is so clearly defined by its models. Rubchinskiy’s work explores the interests, pastimes and culture of young people in contemporary Russia, bringing a new flavour to traditional soviet imagery […]Read more "Gosha Rubchinskiy’s “Apart” Documentary premieres at FW17 Show"
After last months Terry Richardson-shot editorial featured in Them magazine, Supreme returns with another editorial, the quintessential streetwear label partner up with Sandy Kim for a feature in the latest issue of the Japanese magazine ‘POPEYE’. The selection of photographs used highlight some of Supreme’s standout pieces from this season, including some checkerboard overalls, a […]Read more "Supreme 2017 Editorial in ‘POPEYE’ Magazine"
In continuance with its world tour, Stüssy and Tyrone Lebon collaborate once again to create a campaign that blends abstract collage with realistic, lo-fi aesthetics. Having previously travelled to Los Angeles, Tokyo, Kingston and Paris, the Spring 17 campaign pays tribute to the long legacy of loose living with New York. Lebon’s subversive approach features […]Read more "Stüssy Spring 17 Lookbook"
From the 26th to the 27th of January, Jacket Required exhibited a retrospective dedicated to the work of Italian fashion designer Massimo Osti, celebrated for founding cult labels like Stone Island and C.P. Company. The exhibition included a selection of iconic pieces brought over from Osti’s archive in Bologna. Displayed were a collection of key […]Read more "Massimo Osti Archive in London"
Get to know global skate star and all round nice guy, Lucien Clarke, the latest face of SUPRA. This was first published in Wonderland Magazine. In a typically sterile hotel room, I meet Lucien Clarke. It’s not an environment you’ll usually find the professional skateboarder in, but as he’s come to the forefront of the British skate scene, […]Read more "Lucien Clarke Interview"