F.C.R.B has recently updated their website with a changing gallery that allows you to see how the pieces will fit on one of their previous action figurines. This is definitely one of the most interactive yet practical website ideas out there. It truly allows you to see the different combinations you could create with the shirts, blazers, pants, shorts, and even backpack.
Their 2008 S/S Collection includes a good mix of technical sportswear and practical casual clothing. It features a tailored jacket, skull tee, tour emblem polo, tour chino pant, and tour half pant all with graphics by Dr Romanelli. It also has their usual performance-based warm up suits and dri-fit shirts that will keep you focused during your game. Check out the website and collection at F.C.R.B.
Here’s a look at the “Dirty Bunch” crew neck T. The result of a collaboration between heavy hitters Neighborhood and Stussy. We see a combination of their logos and the script “Dirty Bunch” written below. The theme as we’ve seen before is industrial Americana with bikers as a graphical focus. Release is scheduled for April it seems.
Oki-Ni’s online store is posting frequent updates for Spring, the latest was from Nom De Guerre from New York. There are 2 button-ups in the Latest Products section, one a light blue retro safari shirt with security epilates on the shoulders, and a second Western style shirt with a subtle floral pattern. Check the back shots for custom cut and detailing unable to be replicated by small street wear souvenir brands. Other recent Spaghetti Western T’s are still available on the Nom De Guerre page at Oki-Ni.
Here we bring you a first look at Wood Wood’s 2008 Fall/Winter Collection. Since its inception, Wood Wood has quickly risen to the top with successful collaborations and strong collections season after season, and this 2008 F/W collection is no exception. All the pieces have an eclectic feel and interesting cuts that makes it stand out from the crowd.
Check out all the pictures after the jump
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