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[ 15 Aug 2009 | Comments Off | 3,673 views | Print This Post | Email This Post ]
Play Cloths Fall 2009 Collection

Well, for those of you that didn’t know, Clipse started their own streetwar label called Play Cloths. They have a new fall 2009 line-up that I think will solidify their place in the streetwear culture. WIth this season they added some new pieces and colorways say Christmas with a sofe grey undertone. They have everything in this fall line-up from v-necks, polos, button-ups, fitted cap and some nice graphic tees. So, look out for this to drop sometime by the end of August.
All Photos by: L.A. Ruano

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[ 3 Aug 2009 | Comments Off | 3,698 views | Print This Post | Email This Post ]
Streetwear: Death to Frauds (D.T.F.)

Today my cousin came over and wanted to go online and buy himself
some “gucci jordans”? i can not allow that shit to happen. i mean, who wants to spend their hard earned money on fraudulant sneakers for the sake of being fashionable.  this is one of the missteps that has occured in the culture of streetwear. since day one, sneakers are the
number one item to compliment and complete the style of anyone and everyone.  so I asked my cousin “what the fuck are you thinking?”.
“only a clown would believe wrapping …

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[ 31 Jul 2009 | 8 Comments | 27,353 views | Print This Post | Email This Post ]

Is anybody else out there tired of glittered up t-shirts being called streetwear other than me? I’m not tryin to knock anyone’s style here but that shit is not street. I say this because I understand the history of streetwear but also realize where the genre is going these days. For those that don’t know, it all began in the late 1970s and early 1980s with the introduction punk and hip-hop. Both of these musical styles embraced a do-it-yourself ethic brought about by the mainstreams refusal to except them and …

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[ 29 Jun 2009 | Comments Off | 234,542 views | Print This Post | Email This Post ]
Karmaloop’s Kazbah

Deep below the Karmaloop site is the exclusive underground marketplace for the best new & up-coming independent brands known as the Karmaloop Kazbah.
Real Hip-Hop heads- listen up!!! Beasted has just dropped a new amazing limited & highly collectable series with Rap’s Grateful Dead tribute tees. The Rap’s Grateful Dead series features ODB, 2PAC, Biggie, JDilla, and Big Pun. Collect the entire series!
West coast heads rejoice! Yeaaah the Lakers won! Now go celebrate in style with Penant Race’s new Champs Courtside Tee! Also for the East coast homies – PR just …

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[ 19 Jun 2009 | Comments Off | 4,561 views | Print This Post | Email This Post ]
KarmaLoop: Weekend Only Get Free shipping on any non-sale item Use Code: SUNBURN

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With the summer in full effect, LRG dropped a grip of new tees at Karmaloop, with everything from new style v-necks to the fresh graphic prints the Lifted Research Group is known for:
Men’s LRG:
Supra is back at The ‘Loop with it’s summer line, including an updated …

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[ 11 Jun 2009 | Comments Off | 102,355 views | Print This Post | Email This Post ]
10.Deep: Summer 2009 Look Book

Got this email from 10.Deep:

Rooftop barbecues, back yard pool parties, excessive alcohol consumption, and the sweet smell of nag champas begin to scent the air in neighborhoods everywhere, we raise our dixie cups in praise of the onset of yet another summer of debauchery.

To help you fulfill your quest to make that “walk of shame,” we present to you our Summer 2009 Collection: “The Summer of No Love.” Departing once again from our standard linear format, the look book features a bugged-out stop motion style.

The delivery includes; prepster tweed shorts, …

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[ 10 Jun 2009 | One Comment | 6,479 views | Print This Post | Email This Post ]
Streetwear Watch: The Hundreds

There’s a buzz in the streetwear scene and the buzz is community. Long gone is the one way marketing style, as streetwear creators are now reaching out to their audience through the internet… and their audience is reaching back. Take Bobby Kim and Ben Shenassafar, founders and creators of The Hundreds, a streetwear brand created out of boredom in law school.
The brand started its business in 2003, featuring designs inspired by the California and Los Angeles lifestyles, specifically the SoCal’s skateboarding, surf, punk and hip hop cultures. As a nod …