Green Clothing Co. was started by a man named Nick who spent his whole life warmer than most people. You could say he “runs hot” but that puts it too simply. This kept his clothing options down to just athletic wear for the majority of the year in North Carolina. Almost all athletic wear is simple primary colors and rarely has desirable design until you reach high levels of expense and cost.
Our friends at Dro have something awesome in the works for residents of the Mile High City. On Halloween Night they will be releasing precise GPS coordinates to the location of a Geocache voucher for 1 Ounce of Dro sponsored by Natural Remedies, Two Lupe Fiasco Tickets, and DRO gear. First come, first serve, winner takes all. Make your way to LoDo in Denver on Halloween Night to participate in this insane event. For more information about the hustle, the brand and the DRO GeoCache Hunts™, please visit drobrand.com.
Young Thug pulls a power move by stopping a runway model to fix his piece. Blunt in hand and while wearing a turtleneck and jacket from the collection’s designer, Rushemy Botter, according to Vogue. Zero fucks given while Thug blows weed in the models face lol.
Fresh out the feds and Gucci Mane has been on a roll. As part of the buildup to the release of his new album, Gucci stars in an ad for Supreme directed by Harmony Korine. After making Kids, Gummo, Spring Breakers and others, the commercial is an odd move for the prolific director, but the obvious chemistry between he and Gucci make it work. Check it below.
FVMLY is a dope brand with an even cooler message. In the words of their CEO, “The concept of FVMLY is to simply be family with every member of society; in turn, this will generate a diverse appeal to anyone wearing this product.” Make sure to check out their website www.fvmly.com and join the movement!
Been looking for some cool cannabis street wear? Check out LavishStoner.net based in California. This authentic brand has some awesome designs to express your stoner lifestyle. Check out their website or follow them on instagram.
Colorado/California based headwear company Grassroots has made a huge splash in the world of lifestyle apparel. With hundreds oh high quality, unique designs, as well as collabs with artists ranging from Method Man to Ill Gates, to Cheech and Chong, you’ll see Grassroots hats at concerts around the world. Check out this mini documentary of the Grassroots story along with the now infamous BHO hash competition, the 710 cup.
Take a journey through the streets of Shanghai with none other than Bobby Hundreds, founder of The Hundreds streetwear brand in Part 1 of Passing Through. Bobby takes you to various neighborhoods and districts. Stops include a massive Air Jordan exhibition, and the world’s highest observatory, just a few of the things Shanghai has to offer.
Curren$y is one of the flyest rappers out, hence his signature hashtag #jetlife. The new orleans rapper linked up with Nice Kicks to talk about two of his favorite collections: Cars and Kicks.
As of late hip hop artist Nas has been largely out of the spotlight on the music tip, but he’s still been working on other things. His latest project is a new sneaker boutique in Las Vegas called 12AM Run. Nas talks about the concept of the store, as well as business, brands, and of course a little rap hoopla. Check out the interview and make sure to visit 12AM Run next time your in America’s playground.
Every streetwear brand represents a larger culture and lifestyle that inspires their products. For Colorado based Company Brand that lifestyle is hip Hop, grafiti, action sports and an adventurous spirit that has taken the brand around the globe. Chances are you’ve seen one of the literal millions of logo stickers that can be found worldwide. See what they are about in this dope lifestyle video!
Hajime Sorayama (1947-) graduated from Chubi Central Art School in Tokyo in 1969 and first spent some time working with an advertising company. Since 1972 when he became freelance, he has been a legendary artist armed with astounding realistic metallicity techniques.
Dennis of Crooks-n-Castles, Mega of Black Scale, and Nick of Diamond Supply Co came down to share their knowledge of the industry and talk about what it took to get them to achieve such a great amount of success in streetwear.
Scott Sasso explains how he single handily built the 10 Deep brand, using only 10 fingers while still performing 10 different jobs! He also gives us a look inside of his un-scientific process to making his newest collection.