The Brooklyn Circus’ S/S 2015 Takes A Trip Through Time

by Holden Powellon April 25, 2015
The Brooklyn Circus, a Brooklyn-based label known for their line of re-vamped classical American varsity clothes has released their Spring/Summer 2015 collection. Keeping true to their iconic schoolboy aesthetics, the collection features a line of blended leather sleeved bomber jackets, grey v-necked wool knits implemented with white stripes at the arms, detailed patch work and the timeless […]

OAMC Spring/Summer 2015 Lookbook

by Holden Powellon April 23, 2015
“Boys will be boys,” LA-based label Over All Master Cloth‘s latest collection for Spring/Summer 2015 is the premier go-to contemporary wear for all gents out there. With a bold color palette, exemplary execution of fabric, lining and modern-day cuts, the sophistication and youthful aesthetics provides both an ironic twist and mastery of innovation.

Nudie Jeans’ Julius Collar Indigo Takes A New Spin On A Classical Look

by Holden Powellon April 23, 2015
Specializing in all things denim from raw to pre-washed, Gothenburg-based brand Nudie Jeans is bringing you one of their newest pieces that’ll have all your friends raging. Inspired by the classic 20th century French worker jacket, the Julius Normal Collar Indigo is providing a classical look with a modern twist.


Brand By Hand: A Experimental Lettering Project

by Marvin Williamson April 23, 2015
What do you do when you have amazing artistic skills? Well, you take the logos of some of your favorite brands and re-design them, that’s what. Using her talents, Behance user Sara Marshall took some of today’s most notable companies logos and drew them by hand, giving them each a new unique look.

10 Deep & The Good Company Collaborate to “Keep New York Weird”

by Jarett Sommeron April 22, 2015
10 Deep‘s next collaborative effort comes with another New York City based brand, The Good Company, to celebrate this past 4/20. The Good Company resides in the LES, and together with 10 Deep the two capture the essence of artwork in New York City, and Chinatown specifically. Working with a local name-painting artist in the area, the tee includes […]

The Air Jordan 11LAB4 is Introduced in a Sleek, Stand Out Design

by Holden Powellon April 22, 2015
Fusing the patent leather from the Air Jordan XI with the silhouette designs of the Air Jordan IV, the Air Jordan Element series is dropping a new release that seems almost too good to be true. The Air Jordan 11Lab4, is presented in a sleek, glossy all-black colorway that implements the iconic features of previous models to produce […]

Supreme x The North Face

Supreme x The North Face SS15 Collection

by Tyler Kennedyon April 21, 2015
Whenever streetwear heads see Supreme x The North Face, they know something’s about to go down. The two brands’ collaborations always seem to generate excitement, and they’re giving it another go for Spring and Summer 2015.

Project Cobalt Brings Craft Back to Street-Wear

by Ramyaon April 21, 2015
I fully admit to being friends with people that “do” fashion. They sell one marketable shirt and suddenly “designer” is slapped across their Instagram bio like it’s a status symbol. The phrase”sold out” means a lot, but not when there were five items to begin with. On the quest to change that mis-representation of street-wear since last […]

TSPTR’s Clothes Show That Funny Is Still Fashionable

by Holden Powellon April 21, 2015
British label TSPTR, an acronym for “Truth Symmetry Pleasure Taste Recognition,” is blending novelty collegiate wear with contemporary street fashion to bring you a collection of humorous inspired counter-culture menswear.


Wings + Horns Presents Their Souvenir Jacket

by Holden Powellon April 21, 2015
Though spring may mean warmer weather and less clothing, Wings + Horns brings you the souvenir jacket that is ideal for the cooler nights that are still to come. Known for their integration of fabrics with a Japanese approach to detailing, Wings + Horns’ sophistication for design is key to their successful line of contemporary menswear.

Fear of God’s Essential Tee

by Marvin Williamson April 20, 2015
Fear of God’s Essential Inside/Out Tee is super clean and simple. Crafted “inside/out” with an exposed seem, the tee makes things interesting with its 100 percent Supima cotton construction.

Lumieres by Kai Goes Vintage on New Satin Jacket

by Marvin Williamson April 20, 2015
As part of their S/S 2015 collection, Lumieres by Kai is stirring things up a bit and has included a vintage souvenir jacket to the release. The jacket comes in a blue/white color way and is made with smooth satin material. The jacket is embedded with the brands staple logos on the back, and on […]


Utilize 7 Pockets with HBA’s Da Vinci Rust Jean

by Marvin Williamson April 20, 2015
You may ask yourself why you would ever need 7 pockets on a pair of denim. Hood by Air is trying to answer that question with it’s 7 pocket Da Vinci Rust Jean. The jean is a blue denim wash but was customized with that HBA is calling a “Da Vinci wash”. The jean comes […]

The End Is Near But Midnight Studios’ Just Getting Started

by Holden Powellon April 20, 2015
When I think of varsity jackets, the feeling is very collegiate and upbeat. Midnight Studios is doing everything in their power to change that feel and revamp the classic staple with their own signature dark and cryptic twist. Coming in black and white, this reversible nylon jacket adds just the right amount of Midnight to your […]

Filling Pieces New Footwear Release is Inspired by Jackson Pollack

by Jarett Sommeron April 19, 2015
Quickly carving out their own lane in men’s footwear, Filling Pieces has become known as one of the premier outlets for luxury sneakers. Their latest release takes a unique approach to design that we have seen other brands experiment with before, but not quite as good as this. The brand tasks their classic low top […]


Valentino Releases a New Floral-Print Silk Buttondown

by Jarett Sommeron April 19, 2015
Having always been one of the more timeless brands of menswear, Valentino releases a new buttondown for this Spring, but with a twist. An artistic and abstract floral print covers this buttondown, which is in fact inspired by the works of symbolist artist Odilon Redon. The marron color and accompanying pattern may be unorthodox, but works […]