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Essentials with Dennis Todisco Video

Perhaps one of the more unsung heroes in American streetwear is Dennis Todisco. If you’ve heard of names like Karmaloop or Diamond Supply Co., then surely you’re familiar with the young creative’s work. Starting from his days in col...

Essentials: Jerry Lorenzo of Fear of God

Crossing the threshold into his second collection, Jerry Lorenzo pushes forward in carving out a grungy, layered and draped aesthetic for Fear of God. Twisting basic elements to result in uniquely proportioned garb, the line distills luxurious fabric...

Essentials: Anna Lomax

Making a left turn from our usual subjects in this series, here we consider the everyday items of a quirky London creative – Anna Lomax. after graduating from Brighton University with a specialization in Illustration in 2007, Lomax has gone on to for...

Essentials: Lunice

Having come through the ranks and paid dues since the early 2000s, Montreal-bred producer and DJ Lunice has been on a deserving roll for the past few years. From producing tracks for Diplo to forming a production supergroup – TNGHT – with Hudson Moha...

Essentials: Richard Kelley

Famed Formula 1 photographer Richard Kelley is the latest personality to be featured in our Essentials segment. Having documented the grandest tales, alongside some of the most fascinating and notorious personalities in motorsports history, Richard K...

Essentials: Fredo Santana

Our next installment of Essentials takes us to the personal belongings of G.B.E’s (Glory Boyz Entertainment) Fredo Santana. Older cousin to Chief Keef, the Chicago native made headlines last year after appearing on the video for ̶...

Essentials: Jonathan Freedman of Brutus

Known for its denim, classic shirting and timeless British tailoring, Brutus was founded in the ’60s and is synonymous with British subcultures such as the mod and skinhead movement. The label was recently revived in 2009 by Jonathan Freedman,...

Essentials: MIHARAYASUHIRO

Tokyo-based fashion designer Mihara Yasuhiro, well-known for his partnership with PUMA that began over 13 years ago and his eponymous menswear label MIHARAYASUHIRO, is riding off the recent success of his collaborative 2013 fall/winter collection wit...

Essentials: Davidson Manaloto of wings+horns

Precursing the success that wings+horns has achieved today, parent company CYC had been supplying fabrics to Supreme, Alife and others for numerous seasons. Playing to their strengths, CYC helped Canadian fleece products make their way into various c...

Essentials: Ronnie Abaldonado of the Jabbawockeez

Having broken onto the scene with two dance troupes – the Jabbawockeez and Super Cr3w – Ronnie Abaldonado has already made a name for himself as a premier usher of B-boy culture to the world. Now with 20 years of experience and success under his...

Essentials: Jessie Andrews

In a slight digression from the menswear and streetwear-centric individuals that our Essentials posts feature, this time around we upended the purse of Los Angeles-based Jessie Andrews. Identifying herself through a diversity of career paths, Andrews...

Essentials: Jay Read of Jilted Royalty

Headed by Jay Read, UK-based Jilted Royalty may still be in its budding years but its unique disposition in fashion has already anchored a loyal following from a number of subcultures. Growing expediently, the “Jilted family” as Read ment...

Essentials: Yasmin

Having first shaken up the British music scene as a DJ and singer/songwriter, Irani-Scottish songstress Yasmin has grown from a bustling musical force to a prominent figure in the streetwear industry. A prevalent female sneakerhead and a force to rec...

Essentials: Sir Richard Branson

Hailed as a business magnate and one of the industry’s most innovative entrepreneurs, Sir Richard Branson not only holds the the hugely successful Virgin label to his name, but also stands as one of the most iconic business venture stories in t...

Essentials: Markus Freitag

You might have seen FREITAG’s unmistakable box logo across bags and accessories in urban areas, represented by a wide variety of people: messengers weaving in an out of traffic, at the feet of square frame-wearing designer types scribbling furi...