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Essentials with Van Styles Video

VideosComments ⋅ Apr 4, 2014
New York-born, Los Angeles-based photographer Van Styles is no newcomer in his genre. While the world of skateboarding was once his key focus, nowadays scantly-clad women and stunning models lend themselves as accomplice. Van Styles’ replete re...

Essentials: Eric Cheng of BAIT

EditorialComments ⋅ Apr 2, 2014
Eric Cheng may not be a familiar name yet, but if you’re a regular reader of HB, you’re bound to recognize some of his work. The founder and CEO of BAIT, Cheng has been responsible for a host of eye-catching footwear collaborations with t...

Essentials: Jimmy Wu of INVINCIBLE

StyleComments ⋅ Mar 28, 2014
Led by Jimmy Wu, Taiwan streetwear giant INVINCIBLE has churned out several sought-after collaborations in the last few years. Aside from a coveted collaboration with the now-folded OriginalFake back in 2011, joint ventures with the likes of Reebok,...

Essentials: Tal Cooperman

StyleComments ⋅ Mar 26, 2014
A stalwart of Los Angeles’s diverse subculture scene, Tal Cooperman is that cultivated local who knows where the best parties are at, which bands you should look out for, and can tell you crazy stories about Louie Vito and Machine Gun Kelly. Bl...

Essentials: James Appleby of etnies

StyleComments ⋅ Mar 21, 2014
Longstanding skate brand etnies has gone through considerable change over the years, as any brand must to maintain relevance — bringing several poignant models to skateboarding over the years, and working in affiliation with names like Arto Saa...

Essentials: Easy of RSVP Gallery and Just Don

StyleComments ⋅ Mar 17, 2014
Isimeme “Easy” Otabor, born in Chicago, but raised in Hazel Crest, Illinois has had a lifelong affair with Chicago his entire life. Easy assists with Just Don and is the facilitator between RSVP Gallery and the brands carried there. Known for being o...

Essentials: INDIE184

StyleComments ⋅ Mar 14, 2014
Growing up all over New York City from Far Rockaway, East New York, Bushwick, to the South Bronx, INDIE184 was exposed to graffiti from an early age, taking notes of the damage seen on train rides and walks through the neighborhood. With CASINO142 of...

Essentials: Jun Jo

StyleComments ⋅ Mar 12, 2014
Since 2007, Jun Jo and his team at In4mation have been diligent in providing some of the finest apparel in the realms of surf and street culture, playing a part in representing Hawaii’s fledgling fashion scene. Outside of In4mation, Jun holds t...

Essentials: Eliza Doolittle

StyleComments ⋅ Mar 10, 2014
Eliza Doolittle (née Eliza Sophie Caird), the voice behind soul pop hits “Pack Up” and “Big When I Was Little” has touched almost all facets of the creative arts. Having grown up in family of performers with a stage director a...

Essentials: T.I.

StyleComments ⋅ Mar 7, 2014
T.I.’s career, just like many musicians, is one with plenty of ups and downs. What sets the ‘King of the South’ apart however is his uncanny ability to adapt to his unfortunate situations, learn from them, and evolve to a better man, husband, father,...

Esssentials: Pat Tenore

StyleComments ⋅ Mar 3, 2014
RVCA founder Pat Tenore describes his life as a “balance of opposites,” a belief that is firmly entrenched in his label, most recognizable in its “VA” symbol. It’s such outlook that allows the label to bring together ath...

Essentials: Ruslan Karablin of SSUR

StyleComments ⋅ Feb 28, 2014
Ruslan Karablin, founder and designer of iconic streetwear brand SSUR offers a look at his Essentials. Starting with his collection of metal hardware, his various chains and rings reflect the distinct streetwear/Soviet aesthetic that inspires much of...

Essentials: Jon Geller of Paige Denim

StyleComments ⋅ Feb 26, 2014
Representing the third generation of clothiers, Jon Geller was born and raised in LA with an entire family involved in the business. His grandfather worked selling sportswear and swimwear in New York. As the Men’s Sales Director at Paige Denim...

Essentials: COPE2

StyleComments ⋅ Feb 24, 2014
Considered by many as one of the founding fathers of American graffiti, COPE2 is best known for his “wildstyle” approach to the art form. Deriving his bubble throw-up style from NYC legend CAP, Cope and his Kings Destroy crew took the New...

Essentials with Kevin Lyons Video

VideosComments ⋅ Feb 19, 2014
A few months back, we traveled to Paris to visit Kevin Lyons for a special look at his collaboration with DC. During our time with Lyons, we noticed that he had with him an assortment of supplies along with some personal belongings — just enoug...