With a lack of focus in branding for French brand APC, this speaks volumes regarding the brands popularity over the years. Its clean and simple aesthetic presents a timeless classic seen here over jackets, t-shirts and button ups. Available now at Honeyee.
New York’s very own Opening Ceremony has offered a creative mix of different brands in their store front each season. Mostly choosing brands that satisfy their own palettes of fashion, their taste and style is exemplified by their 2008 Spring/Summer footwear collection. The elongated Chukka boot in its various materials are a definite defining piece of this collection.
Japanese brand N. Hoolywood debuted their 2008 Spring/Summer collection under the theme of “After Sputnik”. Based mostly in part by the American/Soviet race to conquer space in the latter half of the 20th century, N. Hoolywood has applied this theme to this collection of apparel. The items seen here include t-shirts, scarves and a reversible wind resistant shirt.
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The North Face has long been esteemed as one of the leading purveyors of apparel against the elements. Its become a necessity amongst many who venture out into brisk cold of winter. Together with Japanese brand and shop Atmos, the two have created two styles of jackets. The lightweight Compact and the Dot Shot both include retro colorways. Available through Atmos.
Burton’s footwear brand Gravis has released a patent “Black Box” version of their Tarmac Royal model. Another reverse colorway includes a more subdued white leather flip. Both feature perforated uppers for comfort and breathability. Available through Flauge
As Upper Playground endorsed artists, Saber & David Choe touched down in the UK late last month, the two are each showing their works at respective locations. David Choe’s Murderous Heart exhibition opened up at the Lazarides Gallery in Newcastle. The sketches cover some interesting and provocative material which combined some refined looks mixed with some rudimentary styles.
David Choe @ Lazarides Gallery
Number 8 Greek Street