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GOODENOUGH Pop-up Store @ CANNABIS

StyleComments ⋅ Apr 9, 2014
Perennial Japanese streetwear label, GOODENOUGH, plans to open its latest pop-up shop at the CANNABIS store in Tokyo, Japan. Running for a month from April 11 to May 11, the expansive retail space will host GOODENOUGH IVY, Militant Pacifist, British...

British Remains Third Creeper

StyleComments ⋅ Dec 8, 2012
British Remains presents a spirited new piece of footwear appropriately titled the Third Creeper. Made in England, the shoe has a pointed profile with notched leather storm welt, crepe sole, metal D-rings and an air of elegance often associated with...

British Remains First Creeper Grey Suede

StyleComments ⋅ Jul 20, 2012
Advancing its inaugural footwear release dubbed the First Creeper, British Remains joins revered shoemaker George Cox to offer a summer-friendly iteration in a subtle grey color option. Staying in line with the traditional creeper details – crepe rub...

British Remains Second Creeper Dover Street Market Ginza Exclusive

StyleComments ⋅ Mar 20, 2012
For their Second Creeper, British Remains focuses on the shoe’s pointed profile and have stripped the shoe to its essence by removing extraneous details, reverting to the original natural plantation crepe sole height, notched leather storm welt...

British Remains First Creeper

StyleComments ⋅ Nov 14, 2011
Shown above is a further look into British Remains’ First Creeper shoe that was previewed here few months back. Headed by Andrew Bunney and Daryl Saunders, the First Creeper is the duo’s first venture into footwear. Crafted with some references from...

British Remains “I HATE” T-Shirt Collection

StyleComments ⋅ Oct 31, 2011
British Remains releases a new T-shirt collection loosely based on the concept of hatred. The “I HATE” collection dives into a bigger theme of distinction born from various British subcultures. It’s about division of “themR...

uniform experiment x British Remains T-Shirts

StyleComments ⋅ Sep 20, 2011
British Remains and uniform experiment have collaborated on two exclusive T-shirts this season. Featuring simplistic and repetitive themes, the tees come in black and white colorways and include standard phrases and logo branding from both brands. Re...

British Remains 2011 Summer Collection

StyleComments ⋅ Jul 12, 2011
British Remains has just released this collection of graphic tees to close out the summer months. Each one of the designs is intended to be an interpretation of iconic British holiday imagery and also serves as a romantic homage to the sea. The s...

British Remains 2011 Fall Creeper Preview

StyleComments ⋅ May 10, 2011
Andrew Bunney gives us a preview of the first creeper style for the upcoming British Remains 2011 fall collection. A bit tame in its approach, the style boasts a nice suede upper with thick contrasting outsoles and ridged midsoles. Stay tuned for...

British Remains Series Two

StyleComments ⋅ Dec 29, 2010
Headed by Andrew Bunney and Daryl Saunders, British Remains has just made their second drop. The latest series offers three graphic tees that continue to reference and indeed celebrate British relics and symbols. Featured on the newest releases a...

“BLACK RUBBER BRICK (BRICK UP YOUR EARS)” by British Remains

ArtsComments ⋅ Dec 21, 2010
Continuing to draw inspiration from UK culture, British Remains has just released this urethane rubber brick. The design makes reference to the fact that on average, Brits spend an astonishing 72% of their daily life surrounded by bricks. Moreove...

British Remains

StyleComments ⋅ Jul 30, 2010
Previewed earlier, we can now take look at the full collection from British Remains. Established by Andrew Bunney and Daryl Saunders, the first lineup includes three graphic t-shirts and a tote bag each of which pay tribute to symbols of Britain...

British Remains “Generation X” T-Shirt

StyleComments ⋅ Jul 19, 2010
StyleSavage fills us in on a new venture between Andrew Bunney and Daryl Saunders, tagged British Remains. The first release we see from the label is this graphic t-shirt, the first of many more to come, all paying tribute to symbols of Britain a...