Having lived half of one’s life in a creative capsule without the internet, where inspiration and input were limited to one’s own and lose circles personal and analog surroundings, one has experiences a chance in both society and state of mind.
Today, on the contrary, we have a huge range of opportunities for mass communication, and everyone has eyes everywhere. It makes it hard to stay under the radar at any stage of a creative process before the final result is displayed to the public.
With a leg in both era, our reflections on dilemmas in both of these worlds have built the foundation for our Le Fix SS19 collection: OFF Future.
The 16th of January, during Paris Fashion Week, the OFF FUTURE Collection will pre launch at Nous Paris. The global launch of the collection is the 17th of January.
Established in 2014, Hoodrich is more than just clothing– it’s a lifestyle. The tagline from the very beginning has been ‘from nothing to something’ and remains a mantra not only believed in but also wholly experienced. Since 2014, Hoodrich has grown from a bedroom brand, one-manned venture to a national operation. Taking direct inspiration from the urban U.K. scene, the brand has been spotted on the likes of Dizzee Rascal, Giggs and Birmingham’s own Mist and Jaykae.
Adopting classic men’s streetwear, married with the urgency and free thinking of Urban British culture, Hoodrich’s trend driven collections will have something for the fashion-conscious and seasoned casuals alike.
Recently released are the new chest bags in 2 distinctly Hoodrich styles. The OG logo bag which has the classic Hoodrich logo, as well as the Arena logo bag with a smoother, slick logo.
It’s been forever since we have seen some Ed Hardy, however, the collection is back on the rise. Are you here for it?
Ed Hardy has become one of the most iconic names in the tattoo and fashion world. With the brand being instantly recognizable, Ed Hardy needs no introduction. Recently Ed Hardy have had a content shoot with the help of model Bud and Aidan Williams. Going back to their roots the campaign was shot by Donald Michael Chambers who shot Ed’s first campaign. Items worn in the shoot are products from Ed’s recent Footasylum range which is now available online and in-store. As well as that they shot some of their French Licensees product to support their AW18/SS19 launch.
OMG! We thought Beyoncé and Jay in the elevator was steamy. No! Get into this G-Status Atl Tea.
The interns were checking the emails today and we were sent some insider secrets. We all know that Reality TV isn’t so REAL! However, this spill is one that must’ve been brewing for a while.
Get in to it!
Hello Trueslam book,
I know you dont know me but I am a former military personal who is a PI. I live in Atlanta and know the cast of G Status very well. Through my investigation I was able to find out the real tea on alot of them. I have been following the ongoing beef and was waiting to disclose this tea when the season finish but it looks like it’s open game since they have been posting tea on Cordae and Jah. Well let’s begin. It seems since Adrian was fired from the cast and true fine quit as well as Milan, they have been on a promo trail to destroy the show and slander the producer. Well let’s begin.
Milan Jadda is actually unemployed. He has no job whatsoever or a career. He use to own this failing media sit called Lit Social but he never promotes it. He has no projects in the works. No music no nothing. He is actually the person running the gossip page gstatusfanpage on Instagram which really is a bashing page for cordae and a fake milan fanpage. Also he is homeless. When he is in Atlanta he is staying with his grandmother and when he is NY he is staying with a white man name Kyle who takes care of him. If you look closely you can tell his whole life is fake. Watch his interview with Tai. He refuses to sing because he cant sing. If you watch the show closely he has been one of the only ones who has no business to promote.
True Fine talks about being the most paid but stays in a midtown apartment with roommates. He had a part time job but now he sells pills, does credit card fraud and sells knockoff merchandise on his website truefinecloset and that’s why he quit the show because he was scared the fbi would uncover his fraud. He also sleeps with men for money and has them pay his rent. He is the true definition of a scammer.
Adrian Crear JR is a full time CNA who has a boutique called bunny life boutique. It’s funny because if you look at the clothing he designs, bey are not actual designs. He buys them from the thrift store and adds things to them. Basically repurpose them. It’s a whole mess. He claiming designer and stylist it really ain’t doing shit but buying thrifty and adding patch work to them. I was looking at the jacket he had in fashion week. why did it have the gucci patch on it. Talk about fake and fraud. Also I was able to uncover his medical records from the CDC and he has HIV and his t count is so low its turning into full blown AIDS.
I have more tea on the rest of them but I think this will do for now. *Sips Tea*
Long-lasting items are essential to the perfect wardrobe. Le Fix’s Core Project are based on simple designs, making room for a heavier quality. This premium collection consists of a wide range of tees, hoodies, sweatpants and accessories in monochrome colours. The Core Project’s heavier quality and classic designs makes it possible to keep your items longer and by that having a more sustainable approach to the fashionable wardrobe. Le Fix also supports the sustainable approach by producing all items in Europe to minimise the environmental costs of transportation.
All styles from the Core Project feature either our new embroidered black box patch or the classic printed lightning logo.
Le Fix always explores creativity with freedom to unfold the individual and mutual potential. Introducing this collection of basics is no exception. The Core Project encourages you to style the basic items your own individual way. Let the items be the core of your wardrobe and build your own personal style around it.
As the final installment of ARKK’s revolutionary WAVE13 sneaker saga, the all-new HYPERTREX FG BOA W13 unites the essential strands of ARKK’s design DNA: a clean, minimalist silhouette, a custom-crafted sole unit, and a nod to futurism. In collaboration with the award-winning, and industry respected Boa®, ARKK Copenhagen revealed the HYPERTREX FG BOA W13 on Friday, September 28, 2018 10 AM CET / 4 AM EST.
Unquestionably ARKK’s most futuristic sneaker to date, the HYPERTREX combines contemporary design innovation, including a sleek sock-like FutureGrid upper and ARKK’s sculptural WAVE13 sole unit, with Boa’s adaptive click-to-tie lacing system. “Engineered to optimize fit and provide precision, adaptability, and control, “Boa’s technical genius combines with ARKK’s Scandinavian design language beautifully. A micro-adjustable dial with Quick-Release and durable soft nylon wires move along low friction lace guides along the lateral surfaces of the sneaker’s quarter panel. “It’s such a clean, functional design,” says ARKK Creative Director Kasper Høj Rasmussen, “you gotta love that beautiful clicking sound every time you lace up.”
“Since the beginning, [ARKK co-founder] Thomas and I always wanted to bring in more technology,” explained Kasper Høj Rasmussen, “but before we were ready to collaborate with bigger players in the world of footwear, we had to focus on learning the sneaker game and establishing our own identity and design DNA.” Now, three years later, “we have a lot more confidence and we know the kinds of partners we want to team up with. “With the incorporation of Boa, “we were able to give the HYPERTREX not only an element of practical, high-quality tech , but also add an aesthetic dimension that fits perfectly in line with the ARKK DNA.” When asked whether or not this new ARKK + Boa collaboration signals more sneaker tech collabs in ARKK’s future, Rasmussen says, “yeah definitely, this is just the beginning.”
In many ways, the daring new HYPERTREX FG BOA W13, the final installment of ARKK’s FW18 WAVE13 lineup of sneakers, signifies the next-level evolution of ARKK Copenhagen from industry-disrupting start-up to trend-setting global brand.
To view high res product and lifestyle images of the HYPERTREX click here
Unisex high-top, slip-on profile
Full length knitted FutureGrid upper
Patented BOA Fit System feat.: micro-adjustable dials, soft nylon wires, and low-friction lace guides
Voluminous WAVE13 sole-unit (new for FW18)
Colorways: Midnight Wind Grey, Black Titanium
$230 USD / €200
Drops worldwide online at www.arkkcopenhagen.com
and at the following stockists: Matches, Tessuti, Harrods, Size?, Flannerls, Room 7, Fenwick and Time Clothing