Los Angeles-based retailer and label Hall of Fame presents the second installment of their Spring/Summer collection for 2013, which includes a range of hats and t-shirts for the present season. Here we find three varieties of hats, including the Fade Mesh snapback, the Royal Dog Strapback, and the ‘Fame Block’ Starter cap, presented in basic flavors of blue, black, and red, respectively. Apart from the headwear, Hall of Fame also offers three T-shirts, two of which reference the running ‘Royal Dog’ motif, and the other of which speaks for itself. The entirety of Hall of Fame’s second delivery is available on the Hypebeast Store.
Converging an overriding cleanliness in design with comprehensible patterns, the ALOYE Spring/Summer 2013 collection offers basic wear that stylistically stands out yet is not overbearing. The range of T-Shirts are infused with the brand’s affiliation towards pop references and an experimental approach towards pattern-blocking against the apparel’s plain white canvas. Shown through their aptly styled look book, the ALOYE Spring/Summer 13 collection is a well-executed example of an amalgamation of color, pattern and design, done in immaculate taste. Pieces from the collection is available now via our online store.
From its days with New Balance pro Levi Brown and style master Brent Atchley, ELEMENT has since developed its footwear into a more lifestyle-focused concentration. The result is the Emerald Collection, which has recently unveiled some upcoming silhouettes for Spring/Summer 2013. Adhering to ELEMENT’s Conscious by Nature manta, all of the shoes use water-based cement, bamboo linings, and supportive insoles made from recycled rubber. These features have been integrated into various moccasin- and chukka-inspired offerings, in addition to boots and traditional sneaker options. Enjoy photos of the collection above.
The latest from our Toronto friends at NOMAD shop, brings us their latest editorial entitled “Test The Waters.” Photographed by Paolo Azarraga and styled by Bobby Bowen, the beautifully shot black and white editorial adds a touch of flare to its overall presentation by overlapping images, creating interesting results. The editorial focuses on brands from…
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Berlin based store Soto have completed this impressive lookbook showcasing the extensive list of labels selected from the spring/summer 2013 collection. Consisting of labels like Dries Van Noten and Thom Browne to nanamica, Mark McNairy and Saturdays and the like this makes for a unique balance.
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Stone Island and Diemme have partnered once again, this time producing a range of sneakers for Spring/Summer 2013 in two distinct silhouettes. A low-cut five-hole model comes in solid and two-tone styles, featuring a combination of materials across the upper. It’s complemented with metal eyelets and a leather-lined interior, stacked atop a white midsole and finished with embossed Stone Island branding at the heel. The shoe is joined by a chukka model, similarly executed with a mix of textile, suede and leather, all sitting on the same white vulcanized midsole. Check out detailed looks below, and find the kicks available now at select Stone Island retailers and online.
The old saw about April showers resulting in May flowers may be true for many parts of the country, but there are still plenty of regions getting rainfall, and for those people still dealing with dark skies, Burton offers a new range of rainwear that “not only keeps you dry, but also from looking like some kind of nerd.” Standouts include the Rangeley Jacket, featuring an appealing throwback aesthetic built with a modern waterproof and breathable shell; the lightweight Swift Jacket, crafted from a water-repellent mini-ripstop fabric available in a distinctive all-over bird print; and finally the Greenville Jacket, built with a waxed cotton shell and breathable taffeta lining. The collection is rounded out by dependable technical jackets in the form of the Dover, Dresdin, 2L Anthem and Allagash 2.5L jackets. They’re available now at select Burton retailers and online.
Griffin Hartland takes to the roaming, mossy hills of a remote isle to frame their goods for Spring/Summer 2013. The line, which notoriously blends British sensibilities with sport, military, and outdoor utility influences, has produced a rather cinematic video lookbook consistent with its ideals. Checkered patterning is heavily favored across polo shirts, jackets, and sweatshirts, as are stripes and pixilated paisley. The lookbook does well to contextualize Griffin Hartland’s aesthetic, inspired by woodsy environments yet perfectly suited for the streets. Enjoy the video featured above, which was produced and directed by creative duo Damsell/Jenkins.
Clement Taverniti — the man behind Paris-based Still Good — always wanted his own brand, even if it meant starting up in a difficult economic climate. After stints at Kitsune, Dries Van Noten and Homecore, Taverniti is now into his second year with a line he describes mixing “urban culture with luxury culture.” Still Good’s Spring/Summer 2013 collection continues Taverniti’s vision of combining designer fashion with streetwear, while also looking to artist Barnett Newman for inspiration. Newman’s use of color fields is referenced in this season’s range of geometric prints, mixed-fabric shirts and color-blocked jackets, each one made in Europe from Italian fabrics. Taverniti’s own touch, meanwhile, is apparent in garments like the Double Jacket Sweat, with its sophisticated design and relaxed, French terry construction, and the contrast-lined Ecume pants — pieces that showcase refined style and streetwear details in equal measure.
Look for Still Good’s Spring/Sumer 2013 collection now at our online store.
Berlin menswear mainstay SOTO has unveiled a new lookbook, complete with pairings from their favorite brands for Spring/Summer 2013. The retail location has been known to carry pieces from various high-end men’s contemporary labels, this time opting to showcase the latest from Saturdays Surf NYC, Dries van Noten, Norse Projects, Acne, Our Legacy, and A Kind of Guise in their feature. Charting the travels of three young men, here we find comfortable-looking printed shirts in refined, dark colorways, a taste for two-tone jackets, and other slim cut trousers for the season. Enjoy selections from the lookbook above while each of the looks can be purchased now via SOTO’s online store.