After a successful re-launch of the Sjobeck brand this past Saturday, the summer delivery (as well as selected pieces from their upcoming Fall ‘07 season) of the Sjobeck brand is now in store at Fast Eddie’s Garage. For Summer, there are two different styles of denim, each with two different washes, as well as nice shirts, hats and knit shorts. The denim is produced entirely in Los Angeles from Cone Mills denim and feature a button fly, various prints, and Pocket-Guards to ensure no more blowouts.
Fast Eddies is also now are taking pre-orders for their collaborative selvage denim we showed you last week. Based off the Sjobeck MX-111 cut, the jean features Scovill copper backed tacks and rivets, A&E thread throughout, blind stitched pocket lining, and more for a truly indestructible jean with a ton of good old American value. For more information visit www.fasteddiesla.com
Vans along with Coarsetoys has created this special figure to commemorate the opening of Berlin’s new Vans Butcher Block Berlin store. The limited edition figure named Flake is 64 cm tall and will be available for pre-order at the Vans Butcher Block Berlin store for 210 Euros.
With the recent release of Apple’s iPhone, one doesn’t need to look far for a plethora of different accessories and cases flooding the market. Here’s the iPhone slip case by Louis Vuitton which costs $225 USD for the classic monogram and $1120 USD for the alligator skin version. The current method of obtaining these cases is only via a waiting list at the Louis Vuitton Flagship store on 5th Avenue in NYC. They will however be more widely distributed in October.
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Designer/Illustrator Evan Hecox (who designed a Stan Smith for adidas Skateboarding) and magazine Arkitip have recently released Hecox’s LA Blacksun Print Version II which is a follow up to the LA Blacksun Print Version I. This 16 in. x 20 in. print is silk screened on acid free uncoated paper. Only 100 prints will be made available, each signed and numbered by Evan Hecox himself. The print can be purchased here.
Tim Blanks from Men.Style.Com recently did a tour of some Japan and visited some of the most popular shops and boutiques in Tokyo. Along the way, he managed stops at Number (N)ine, United Arrows, Bapexclusive, Icho (Bespoke Tailor), N.Hoolywood and Project 1/6 (Medicom Flagship Store). Some of the most interesting points we found were that although some of the stores sold different genres of clothing, we felt as though genres and classes itself didn’t really exist. The blurring of the lines in our opinion create for a much more diverse fashion sense. Check out the videos after the jump.
Designer Philippe Starck best known for his new age design style has recently released his latest watches created in conjunction with Fossil. Although this isn’t his first collection with Fossil, this latest release features a distinctly different styling from his previous watches with Fossil. The limited run of 2000 watches are all constructed with aluminum. Look for these to release in early August.