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Essentials: Silas Adler of Soulland

StyleComments ⋅ May 30, 2014
Founded in 2002 by Silas Adler and a close group of friend who were “into skateboarding and didn’t care much about high school,” Soulland exceeded its roots as a T-shirt brand, going on to become one of the most reputable lifestyle...

Essentials: Amir Amor of Rudimental

StyleComments ⋅ May 26, 2014
If you listen to the drum and bass genre or have even a slight interest in it, you would have no doubt heard the refreshing sounds of the four-piece electronic outfit known as Rudimental. We now have the pleasure of presenting to you the Essentials o...

Essentials: Rutger Termohlen

StyleComments ⋅ May 23, 2014
We last caught up with Rutger Termohlen when he teamed up with Onno Poiesz, TelmoMiel and Karski to produce a one of a kind Pen & Paper feature. In this segment we look to the tools needed for the Dutch artist to pursuit his craft. As a pictorial...

Essentials: Tommy Guerrero

StyleComments ⋅ May 19, 2014
As one of the original members of the legendary Bones Brigade skate team, Tommy Guerrero can be seen in numerous skate films by Powell Peralta from the early ’80s. A recipient of the Legend Award at 2013′s Tranworld SKATEboarding Awards,...

Essentials: Iamsu!

StyleComments ⋅ May 17, 2014
We take you on a trip to the Bay Area for our latest installment of our Essentials segment. With an area that has experienced the tumultuous wave of the hyphy movement in the mid 2000s, the Bay Area has progressively been a microcosm of talented arti...

Essentials: Sober Industries

StyleComments ⋅ May 9, 2014
Unlike what the name suggests, the works of Sober Industries is far from sober. Formed in 2009, the art collective builds from an array of ideas and concepts, no matter how farfetched, in the the creation of dynamic art installations. Constantly addi...

Essentials: Onno Poiesz

StyleComments ⋅ May 7, 2014
One of eight contributors to Converse’s recent “Clash Wall” installation in Amsterdam, Onno Poiesz is a visual artist living and working in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Working mainly with ceramics, Poiesz creates unique pieces and insta...

Essentials: Aaron Tubb

StyleComments ⋅ May 2, 2014
Fresh off his intership with Givenchy and graduating from London’s University of Westminster, Brighton-born menswear designer Aaron Tubb has recently started his own luxe sportswear brand. His inspiration is pulled from the “iconography o...

Essentials: Alex Mattsson

StyleComments ⋅ Apr 30, 2014
Citing Gareth Pugh, Romain Kremer and Damir Doma as his influences, Alex Mattsson is a young designer emerging out of London’s vibrant fashion scene. Moving to the capital to pursuit his talent, Mattsson graduated from the Royal College of Art...

Essentials: RL Grime

StyleComments ⋅ Apr 23, 2014
A stalwart of the ever-changing soundscape of “bass music,” Henry Steinway, better known by his stage name RL Grime or Clockwork — depending on which electro sub genre he’s pursuing at any given time — debuted in 2011 wi...

Essentials: Lindsay Merkle

StyleComments ⋅ Apr 18, 2014
Having spent a large part of her creative tenure in advertising agencies, Lindsay Merkle’s pursuits in branding, marketing, and sales have allowed her to work with some of the largest names in sports and fashion. A few years ago, she channeled...

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: 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...

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: 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...