Beams Shibuya Store in Japan is celebrating their 1 year anniversary and for this event they have scheduled many brands to release a variety of items at the Beams Shibuya location. Brands like Pledge, Burton, Reverence, Yushio Kubo, and UCS will have a variety of items for the Shibuya location. Beams-T, Ash and Diamond, See by Chloe and other brands will have items offered at Beams Time located near the Beams Shibuya store. Check out all these new items at Secret Base and to Beams Shibuya, Happy 1 Year Anniversary.
Mash SF and other riders from San Francisco have just been featured in Smart magazine and they have photographed each rider, their bikes as well as a personal item that they were wearing. This magazine feature format have been used in Japanese magazines for a long time and we think this format is very interesting and is done very well. Check out some of the photos to see what bikes and styles these riders are representing at Mash SF’s Blog.
St. Patricks Day is usually a good time for shoe companies to produce special edition sneakers to celebrate this occasion and Nike is always the usual suspect. But this year Reebok has created a well designed St. Patrick’s Day BB5600 sneaker that features the colors of white, neon green and orange. The neons on the shoe reinterprets the Irish Flag, the lining and sockliner feature an all-over beer mug pattern and the graphic on the tongue is a leprechaun drinking beer with brass knuckles. The quality looks great and Reebok definitely seems like they are focusing on their casual line this year giving other sneaker companies a challenge in this category.
Image: New Dandyism via High Snobiety
Married to the Mob is one of the finest ladies streetwear labels out there on the market and practically is one of the first to really represent the ladies in streetwear. Leah McSweeney, the founder of MTTM was recently interviewed by Worship Worthy where she talked about her personal life, her incident with the NY Police, her brand Married to the Mob, and other interesting topics.
You can read the interview at Worship Worthy.
We had previously reported about the Tempt One “Represent, Represent” charity art exhibition that is hosted to benefit graffiti writer Tempt One who was diagnosed with ALS in 2003. The exhibition took place at URB Gallery and many artists showed love by contributing original artwork to raise money for the care and treatment of Tony Ã¢Â€Â˜TemptÃ¢Â€Â™ Quan. 120 artists including Barry McGee, Futura, Haze, Slick, KAWS, Mr. Cartoon, Shepard Fairey were part of this helpful cause. Check out all the photos of the exhibition to see all the crazy artwork and if you are in LA, head down in person to really feel this event for yourself.
See more at Supertouch.