Pretty Green is a British clothing label founded and designed by Liam Gallagher. The label has two distinct collections: the Green Label – a focused, casual range dedicated to providing quality, everyday signature pieces; and the Black Label – classic British tailoring using fine fabrics with an innovative attention to detail. The Green Label A/W
Its nearly Christmas and party season is definitely upon us. Bringing you more news on current trends, here is one that has really stuck out this A/W 09; the shawl collar. Adding a interesting touch to your bog-standard peacoat. Here is the current offering from Obey, The Boddington Jacket. Its quilted lining is gauranteed to keep you
Even though The Brooklyn Circus isn’t new to the varsity jacket game, as it’s been an established product in their range from the get go, it seems as it’s on a real comeback lately with other labels also adding it to their lines. The BKc brings us two colourways, an all black and a black with
Okay so a bit biased as one of us is wearing this while posting, but hey it fits like a glove and looks great with only the top one/two buttons done up. Its nice and light weight for S/S and although unfortunately not flannel, you can still pretend you’re Easy-E (pre AIDS). Heres what the Topman blog had
Is it a shirt? Is it a jacket? The answer, of course, is a resounding ‘yes’ to to both – this innovative piece by Carhartt isn’t exactly ground-breaking but takes cues from last year’s flannel-shirt-boom to create a fantastically practical piece that everyone should be vying for this spring.
Established since 2006, The Brooklyn Circus is not your ordinary streetwear store as it also injects a sample of corporate America while still inspiring the masses with urban culture. Stores located in New York, San Francisco and Chicago, BKc supply such brands as Rich Yung (one to look out for), Nudie Jeans, Maharishi, Nike and
Ok, maybe stating that this is the ‘World’s Warmest Hoodie’ is a bit of a bold claim considering we could not possibly have tested all of the hoodies on this vast planet. However, this piece from Abercrombie & Fitch has got to at least be in the top 3.
There has been fairly limited information regarding the collaboration between the artist and denim behemoth, Levi’s, but it seems that the production line has finally kicked in and the range is now available in shops, so just about anyone can now own a Damien Hirst masterpiece – well, sort of. Find out where after the
Normally, I am not a huge fan of Ed Hardy due to the excessive Evisu-esque branding that is associated with the brand, but for this piece I will make an exception as it is both gorgeous and on sale!
North Face have been quite busy with collaborations of late. Last month they teamed up with Atmos but now it’s Supreme’s turn!