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UA SK8-Hi Reissue VL LTHRCHKRBDEMB
UA Vans Sport (SUEDE) in White
UA Bold NI (SUEDE) in Black / Marshmallow
UA SK8-Hi (PLAID MIX) in Black
UA Old Skool (PLAID MIX) in Black
UA OG Old Skool LX (SUEDE/CANVAS) in Mshmlw/Mlti
UA OG Old Skool LX (SUEDE/CANVAS) in Cstlrkplgry
UA OG Old Skool LX (SUEDE/CANVAS) in Blkinsgn Bl
Classic Wingtip Boot w / Shearling Lining
Issue 26 : The Rhythms Issue
Volume 33 - The Education Issue
Edition #46 - Superglue
Dries van Noten
Hailing from Antwerp, Belgium, Dries van Noten began his fashion career as part of the storied "Antwerp Six", a collective made up of six designers who graduated from the Antwerp Royal Academy of Fine Arts between 1980 and 1981 and quickly put the city on the map for avant-garde fashion design. Known for his use of compelling prints, van Noten has managed over the years to retain his prominence in the industry with his intellectual designs and practical outlook, giving his clothes a timeless quality that many designers strive for, but can't always achieve.
Fear of God
Deconstructing iconic workwear and American vintage pieces and redefining them with modern fits, luxury fabrics and elevated details, the Sixth Collection reinterprets hard - working American classics for the next generation. Inspired by the uniform of the rust belt, the open road and the ranch, this collection marks a reinvention of blue collar style with elegantly laid-back pieces that blur the lines between utility, nostalgia, and honest aesthetics.
The Fall-Winter 2019 collection is creative director Luke Meier’s most personal yet. Seminal moments of his life are expressed across a myriad of references. From the music in Vancouver and Seattle in the early 1990s to Matthew Barney’s exhibition at the Guggenheim in New York, the collection intertwines seemingly adverse concepts into a body of work that has a common thread; one of purity of intent and perspective. #OvertlyAggressiveManicCulture
Less, but better - Emily Oberg
"I want to create daily uniforms for people like myself who want a few really good things in their closet, rather than endlessly accumulating things that you won't wear in a year or two from now."
Catching Or Falling
Though strangers beforehand, these two found an instant connection on set that can’t be forced digitally.
Locals | Antosh Cimoszko
"I think the main point of continuity in my work revolves around photographing people close to me, and whatever they get up to. I really rely on them."