WINWEL :: AW14 ‘Years to Come’

WINWEL :: AW14 ‘Years to Come’

There’s a lot of talk about emerging New York based brand WINWEL’s first offering as they ‘think new vintage’ with their debut collection ‘Years to Come’. Focusing on material and history, the collection consists of a range of printed bucket hats made from barkcloth – a fabric that became significantly popular in the 1950’s and is now considered dead stock bringing ‘contemporary eye to something drifting into obscurity’ Feature


G.Kero

G.Kero

Marguerite Bartherotte’s inspiration behind her G.Kero fashion range began with her vision to take her painted work from the canvas to fashion. Her painted designs function perfectly on fabric, as do her humorous and unusual subject matters. Imagery that varies from a David Bowie print to a more daring love-making pattern keep her designs young, exciting and eye-catching, all shown off by an equally stunning photographed look book. Feature


Supreme X The North Face :: AW14

Supreme X The North Face :: AW14

Teaming up for the colder season heavy weight brands Supreme and The North Face have introduced new styles to classic pieces including the mountain parka, sleeping bags, gloves, and bags. Tied together with an all over paisley bandana print the collection sees pieces run in black red and navy colourways and will be available as of the 20th November. Feature


Valorisation Lab

Valorisation Lab

In a vision inspired by Robert Verdi’s custom project, combining Vans slip-ons and Hermes Scarves, Valorisation Lab are an up and coming independent headwear and accessories brand based in Kyiv. Founded last year and based in Ukraine, the street wear brand up-cycle useable remains and cut offs from genuine vintage and reclaimed fabrics giving them a new lease of life. Specialising in 5 panel caps, each is hat handmade, individually designed and only made as many times as the piece of fabric will allow. Feature


Versus Versace :: SS15

Versus Versace :: SS15

Versace’s street diffusion line Versus stays true to the brands iconic application of bold prints for SS15. Amongst block colour options, all over prints are applied across women’s and menswear in gold, monochrome, yellow with bursts of rainbow neon. Highlights include bold typographic prints on a WW 2 piece and a Men’s jumper in contrast to a block colour panel. Feature


House Of Cards AW15

House Of Cards AW15

Here’s a sneak peak of Brisbane based fashion label, House Of Card’s AW15 lookbook. Inspired by the internet, grids, hashtags and screen familiar symbols, adorn the pastel and monochrome garments. The Australian fashion brand are known for their young and trend relevant clothing, with this collection matching forward thinking attributes and playfulness in equal measure. Feature


Return of COOGI

Return of COOGI

Kith NYC is bringing back one of the 90’s most iconic brands, famously a favourite of Biggie Smalls – COOGI. Reintroducing their legendary rainbow coloured kaleidoscopic knitwear, heavily patterned sweaters amongst other apparel, the brand inject a contemporary yet classic feel to the collection, which is available to buy now. Feature


Dr Banana | Second Drop

Dr Banana | Second Drop

After their sell out first collection, masters of bumbags and bucket bags and kings of print in the streetwear world, Dr Banana, have finally dropped their eagerly awaited second release. With each cool, carefully selected print available in just tiny editions of 25, you best get in there quick if you don’t want to miss out again. Be sure to check out their website – their latest skate video is particularly dreamy. Feature


House of Hackney X Puma AW14

House of Hackney X Puma AW14

House of Hackney have just boomed since there conception in 2010. Inspired by their desire to create a new take on traditional interiors, they combined their background in fashion and love of interiors to build the unique brand. They have recently collaborated again with world wide brand Puma, to bring their designs to a new form. Both brands have worked with some of their favourite original designs, including Puma’s Basket and R698 models and a favourite House of Hackney print, Hackney Empire. We love they way they have been a leader in livening up printed interiors, as well as the fact they print in the UK! You can browse over a further selection of their print work here. Feature


Nike X Liberty AW14

Nike X Liberty AW14

Nike have recently teamed up with Liberty for an offering of both clothes and footwear for AW14. The season sees Liberty introduce their Belmont Ivy print into their iconic archive, with botanical artwork inspiration rooting from the entwining patterns of ivy clinging to buildings. Focusing heavily on print offered in 2 autumnal colour combinations, Liberty’s Belmont Ivy pattern appears on the lining and trims of garments combined with Nike’s tonal all-over polka dots. Feature


Stone Island :: Tortoiseshell camo

Stone Island :: Tortoiseshell camo

Iconic Italian outwear brand Stone Island have recently dropped a new tortoise camouflage all-over print collection for AW14. Taking inspiration from the classic tortoiseshell pattern embellished on eyewear for decades, the brand have taken the iconic design to the next level through print, being particularly noteworthy. Sporting an autumnal colour pallet the print is featured on every item of the collection including jackets, trousers, bags, caps and tees and is set to drop shortly. Feature


After Party

After Party

Brighton-based ‘After Party”s debut collection of beautiful silky separates will carry you through the early hours of the morning, the lay in and the hungover day beyond. Quality, craftsmanship and high-end tailoring techniques are paramount, and beautiful marble and spatter patterns feature throughout on silk. The collection drop is imminent, with monogrammed initials a tempting option. Be sure to check out the website to make sure you don’t miss the much-anticipated launch. Feature


Lazy Oaf :: Looney Tunes collab AW14

Lazy Oaf :: Looney Tunes collab AW14

London based brand and lovers of print Lazy Oaf have teamed up with the iconic animation series Looney Tunes for the 2nd time for an exciting AW14 collection. Taking inspiration from the classic cartoons of the 30’s and 40’s visualized through bold graphics and a mostly monochrome colour pallete, each oversized item from both mens and womenswear is designed to be layered and is available to buy now. Feature


Adidas Originals X Mary Katrantzou

Adidas Originals X Mary Katrantzou

Queen of all-over print Mary Katrantzou has recently teamed up with Adidas Originals for a collection of both kicks and clothes for AW14 set to drop on the 15th November. In True Mary K style the collection features a vibrant array of colours, patterns and textures with deconstructed floral prints adorning the footwear and clothing prints focusing on oversized abstract trainer details and textures. Feature


Cool Shit

Cool Shit

Cool shit is a playful, tongue-in-cheek, unisex street wear brand based in Barcelona that specialises in eye-catching colours and quirky as hell print. From burgers to doughnuts, Lionel Richie to Bill Murray, there’s something to amuse and confuse everyone over on their website, not to mention on the streets of Spain and beyond. Feature


Yevu Clothing

Yevu Clothing

Yevu Clothing features an incredible mix of eclectic styles, colourful graphic prints and quirky fabric designs. The range encompasses overblown geometric prints and stylised organic patterns with all their collections ethically produced in collaboration with seamstresses in Ghana and manufactured using locally sourced textiles and hand-woven kente from the markets of West Africa only. The name ‘Yevu’ derives from the local ‘Ewe language’ meaning ‘White Woman’ – the word that founder Anna Robertson heard everyday when she spent 12 months exploring the lively streets of Accra and ended up falling in love with the history of traditional wax print. Feature


PSA  >>|

PSA >>|

PSA, or Pear Shaped Apparel, are fast establishing themselves as Brighton’s coolest street wear brand, and spreading rapidly further afield, with sell out collections at London’s Boxpark and their first flagship store opening this year, as well as the launch of ‘The Pear Shaped Social Club’, which has seen UK legends Mike Skinner and Oxide and Neutrino headline events. The name was coined from a Mike Skinner lyric, and the brand has deeply established roots in the underground music scene, drawing inspiration from city life, skate and youth culture. Feature


Cav Empt X Honeyee :: Puffer Jackets

Cav Empt X Honeyee :: Puffer Jackets

Cav Empt (aka C.E) are a streetwear brand hailing from Tokyo created by Sk8thing (the man behind the graphics at Bape, Billionaire Boys Club and Icecream.) Renowned for their heavy application of glitch graphics and hyper realistic prints, their latest collaboration with online lifestyle magazine Honeyee doesn’t shy away from their signature bold graphics. The limited edition collection features a down filled puffer jacket with a ‘virtual reality style print’ complete with a printed lining in 3 colour ways. Feature


Adidas Originals :: WW AW14 ‘Mountain Clash’ collection

Adidas Originals :: WW AW14 ‘Mountain Clash’ collection

After the huge success of their print heavy collaborative collections with The Farm Company, Adidas Originals continue to direct their focus to all-over print for their women’s AW14 collection ‘Mountain Clash.’ Featuring photographic prints in deep blue and purple hues alongside their iconic 3 stripes, the eye-catching prints are applied across staple pieces including tees, tracksuits, leggings and backpacks and is set to drop on the 1st November. Feature


ONLY NY F/W 14 LOOKBOOK

ONLY NY F/W 14 LOOKBOOK

The guys over at Only NY just sent us some pretty rad images from their Fall/Winter 14 lookbook and they did certainly not disappoint. Choosing a lo-fi approach, members of the independent clothing brand were each given a disposable camera and one week to capture whatever caught their eye. With all the shots taken in New York, featuring destinations from Harlem to the Lower East Side, you really get a sense of the raw energy and grit that flows through the city. Only NY strive to create classic, timeless clothing and these visuals perfectly encompass their deep rooted connections to skateboarding and street culture. Feature


Uli Knörzer

Uli Knörzer

Uli Knörzer is a Berlin based illustrator that directs his focus towards people and portraits, capturing a wide selection of famous faces using coloured pencils. With his detailed artwork capturing emotion, mood and personality effortlessly, Uli strives to capture ‘the beauty of transient moments’ throughout his stunning drawings. Feature


Interview | Collective Textiles

Interview | Collective Textiles

If you are looking to print your own fabric, you will find Dalston-based creative studio Collective Textiles a real bonus. Set up by Claire Suckall, Sarah Pasricha and Louisa Sorrentino with many years of experience in film, theatre, fashion and interior industries, the three innovative textile artists have also worked in textile department on major film productions including Warhorse, Lincoln, Harry Potter and many more. They provide a specialised service in textile printing, fabric dyeing, screen-printing, graphics printing and design consultant and also you can hire a studio which has a 24-hour access at an affordable price. Here’s our little chat with Louisa about their practice and studio. Feature


10 Deep :: ‘Offline’ AW14 del 2

10 Deep :: ‘Offline’ AW14 del 2

The 2nd delivery of 10 Deep’s AW14 look book ‘Offline’ maintains the brands strong position in the street wear industry with a wide selection of tasteful menswear staples, heavy graphics and their uniform colour pallete. Available to buy now, the collection is influenced by ‘The stark crossroads of the hyper-digital modern world’ with a highlight being their off white full clip Altitude Jacket. Feature


Iuter :: AW14

Iuter :: AW14

Iuter is a street wear brand with products designed and manufactured in Italy. Founded in 2002 by a group of individuals with combined interests in board sports, graffiti and music, Iuter has evolved from a D.I.Y approach to where it stands today as a premium brand in both the action sports market and street-fashion sector. AW14 sees Iuter launch their ‘Augmented Reality’ look book championing print as it challenges our perception of objects through eye-catching all-over patterns. Feature


Mansi Shah

Mansi Shah

Featured previously (here) innovative Designer Mansi Shah is a NYC based studio that creates signature prints and products inspired by the alchemy of image making. Raised in India, Mansi grew to love the infinite possibility of pattern, and upon moving to America to study, she learnt to let her mind ‘dream and wander’ founding the studio in efforts to create designs that mix both utility and imagination. Having launched last month, Mansi’s first collection is driven by line, form, color, volume, texture and composition and is inspired by Cy Twombly’s scribbles, Josef Albers color theory and various visual music artists. Feature


Visvim :: F.I.L Indigo Camping Trailer :: Kerchief Down JKTS 2

Visvim :: F.I.L Indigo Camping Trailer :: Kerchief Down JKTS 2

Featured previously (here) Visvim’s F.I.L. Indigo Camping Trailer Kerchief down jackets are a prime example of print taking garms to next level in detail and beauty. Now dropping a fresh series of renditions in pastel hues the Japanese brand have outdone themselves again with their beautiful paisley prints. Feature


Reebok X Keith Haring

Reebok X Keith Haring

American street art and popular culture phenomenon Keith Haring’s legacy is living on after his untimely death in 1990 through collaboration with trainer superstars Reebok. Using imagery from the Haring mural ‘Crack is Wack’ painted in 1986 in East Harlem, the bright, illustrated collaboration dropped this month – not for the faint-hearted, but ever so covetable. Feature


Supreme X Stone Island

Supreme X Stone Island

Supreme have joined forces with legendary Italian outwear experts Stone Island to drop a capsule collection for AW14. Consisting of the Raso Gommato Cover Nero jacket, a crewneck, hoodie, hat and joggies the collection sports a classic camo print throughout alongside bold yellow and red block colours. Feature


Carmen Fernández Sanz

Carmen Fernández Sanz

Carmen Fernández Sanz is a surface patten designer based in Madrid, Spain. Originally starting her creative career in the fashion design discipline and after working for several large names, she made the transition to producing design concepts for pattern and surface. Her style is understatedly cool, adding her own twist to repeated sequences of organic and geometric shapes, with a nod to 80′s nostalgia. Feature


Moss :: AW14 lookbook

Moss :: AW14 lookbook

Moss is a New York street wear label founded by Shahed Serjuddin (aka Mr Moss) Shahed grew up in Queens and reflects on how fashions would borrow from one culture to another to form a cohesive city identity. Upon founding Moss the brand’s goal is to ‘bring the world and it’s influences together like nowhere else but New York can.’ For their AW14 look book ‘Sons of greatness’ Moss features the children of legendary hip hop icons (gone but never forgotten) Ol’ Ditry Bastard, Jam Master Jay and Pig Pun showcasing flamboyant fresh all over prints throughout. Feature


ICNY :: AW14

ICNY :: AW14

With concern in mind for hazardous cycling on city streets ICNY was born to ‘make functional and stylish basics with visibility features.’ Now considered a reflective apparel pioneer, the Brooklyn based brand have recently launched it’s offering for AW14 with highlights being a reflective camo and graphic all over rain print. Feature


Moncler X Dan Holdsworth :: Collaborative capsule collection

Moncler X Dan Holdsworth :: Collaborative capsule collection

Luxe outdoor brand Monclear has recently joined forces with UK based photographer Dan Holdsworth for a winter capsule collection. With all over print featured throughout, the collection sports Dan’s stunning landscape photography across down-filled jackets and snowpants. Feature


Interview :: Jennifer Hope Clothing

Interview :: Jennifer Hope Clothing

Jennifer Hope Clothing is a unisex street wear brand founded in Bristol by Oxford born fashion/print designer Jennifer Hope who specialises in turning intricate 2D designs into 3D retina burning one-of-a-kind garments for its loyal clientele. We spoke to Jennifer about the early days, her design background and discuss the hard-work and dedication required to build your own fashion empire. Feature


Disney X Ron Herman

Disney X Ron Herman

Japanese boutique Ron Herman has recently teamed up with Disney to make an incredible collection of both jumpers and kitchen wear. The collection sports printed visuals of iconic characters from Disney’s archives throughout, a particular favourite piece being their trays donning an old-school Mickey mouse visuals complete with vintage type. Feature


SAWE

SAWE

SAWE’s website is my favourite place to be on the internet right now. The Barcelona based artist works in the fields of illustration, animation, painting murals and graffiti translating his mad fresh bold, contemporary graphic style across a wide range of mediums. Feature


Ethel Vaughn AW15 | Gangs of St Tropez

Ethel Vaughn AW15 | Gangs of St Tropez

Ethel Vaughn, the brainchild of Hamburg-based designer Katrin Diedrich since 2010, has been grabbing more and more attention and acclaim on the underground scene in the last few years for it’s avante garde, 90′s sportswear-inspired aesthetic with a strong focus on printed graphics. However the latest collection, ‘Gangs of St Tropez’ is set to be her most celebrated yet, featuring collaborations with young artists including egyboy, a Lithuanian ‘car-racer’. I am particularly loving the signature dollar bill sign print, applied to everything from trackies to baby rompers, as well as the recently-dropped new line of caps. Stay tuned for an apparently imminent, heavily updated list of European stockists. Feature


10 Deep AW14

10 Deep AW14

After it’s last few collections have paid homage to international subcultures, 10 Deep look towards technology and the internet for inspiration for the new season. Titled ‘World Wide Wave’ the collection ‘moves from referencing culture born pre-internet world to the new one that is emerging online’ visualized through their distinguished application of print. Feature


Black Scale AW14

Black Scale AW14

San Francisco based brand Black scale have recently dropped their offering for AW14. Featuring a balanced selection of both bold all-over graphic prints and subtle cut-and-sew pieces / outwear the brand maintains their monochrome fresh output for the colder season. Feature


AMH

AMH

Established In 2009 by designer, visionary, stylist and innovator Ashley Marc Hovelle, AMH pulls together Ashley’s experience to create premium products and ‘retro cool garments.’ Dropping street-ready garms with attention to detail, tailoring and construction, AMH is definitely one to keep an eye on, I’m all about their reflective block panel tees for AW14. Feature


Henrik Vibskov

Henrik Vibskov

Henrik Vibskov is a Danish designer tho is recognized for his strong application of colour and pattern. Henrick’s AW14 offering includes his collection titled ‘The Spaghetti Handjob’ exploring the idea of opposites through silhouettes, proportions and prints. Highlights include his bold round-neck sweaters applying his signature eye for pattern shape and colour to classic designs. Feature


Kangol SS15

Kangol SS15

Continuing to create ever fresh headwear, legendary label Kangol have dropped their look book for Summer 2015 which is set to be released early next year. The print heavy collection features bold colour combinations highlighting its classic bermuda casual bucket amongst 9 new styles. Feature


Laura Callaghan

Laura Callaghan

Laura Callaghan is an Irish illustrator currently based in South East London. Working with water colour, indian ink and isograph pens, Laura’s bold hand drawn imagery reflects her unique take on fashion illustration as she visualizes characters personality and refreshing sense of style throughout her imagery. Feature


Adidas x Farm | Second Drop

Adidas x Farm | Second Drop

You may have seen our post on the collaboration between Adidas and Brazilian brand Farm in the run up to the World Cup, and if you have been to any festivals this summer you will have certainly have noticed the distinctive prints being sported in matching combos. However if you were disappointed by the rapid rate at which the print focused, classic 3-stripe designs sold out, here comes the second drop. Featuring fruit, florals, parrots and patterns, the second collection is every bit as colourful, collectable and covetable as the first. Feature


Ninety Fly

Ninety Fly

Based between London and Berlin, Ninety Fly is dedicated to dealing quality vintage 90′s designer garms, with a focus heavily on print. It’s founder Rhiannon Barry grew up collecting Versace and Moschino after watching her mate’s older sisters dress up for garage raves in the 90s, and is featured in Ewen Spencer’s acclaimed Garage documentary ‘Brandy and Coke’ (viewable on Dazeddigital.com) showing off her covetable collection. Feature


XXBC :: Storm sweatshirts

XXBC :: Storm sweatshirts

XXBC is a new street / sports menswear label based in NYC that combines heather grey sweatsuits with out-of-production print heavy vintage fabrics. Releasing their first collection exclusively at Opening Ceremony New York back in November last year, the collection sold so fast only a small number of people got to see it or call it their own. With no knowledge out about the brand at the time XXBC’s garms were purchased though genuine attraction to the clothing without hype being a factor of initial success.
In recent news XXBC have dropped another highly limited collection last week for concept store Storm which is well worth checking out – it’s sure to go soon but I can’t wait to see what they have up their sleeve next. Feature


Carhartt WIP :: AW14

Continuing to redefine work wear for modern living, Carhartt WIP have looked back to their achieves for AW14 inspiration. Reinterpreting designs though innovative prints florals and camo have been worked into a number of their classic pieces. Feature


Graduate Print Awards 2014 | Nominations

Graduate Print Awards 2014 | Nominations

Thank you to everyone for your wonderful submissions for the Graduate Print Awards 2014, we have been overwhelmed by the incredibly high standard of work and the hundreds of submissions we have received. Now, People of Print are proud to present our hand selected nominations and if you are on the list then a huge congratulations to you and fingers crossed for the next round when we will be selecting our top 20 which will go to our judging panel for your chance to win the array of excellent prizes up for grabs. Feature


Haw-Lin X Uniform Studios :: Capsule collection

Haw-Lin X Uniform Studios :: Capsule collection

Berlin based art collective Haw-Lin have recently joined forces with Sydney based brand Uniform studios to drop a collaborative capsule collection. Translating bold block colour patterns arranged to look like military badges through minimalistic pieces, the unisex collection is superbly simplistic and will be available from late August. Feature


Return of the Rudeboy: Somerset House

Return of the Rudeboy: Somerset House

This summer Somerset House presents ‘Return of the Rudeboy’, an exhibition curated and created by prolific photographer and filmmaker Dean Chalkley and famed in the fashion world, creative director Harris Elliot. Feature


Dr Banana

Dr Banana

Dr Banana like to keep it simple – bumbags, bucket hats and 5 panel caps, all crafted from unusual printed fabrics ‘hand-picked by the Doc’ and all perfect for festival season. Their tongue in cheek, humorous approach to marketing together with their well chosen, unusual prints make for fun, affordable style, and their collaborations and associations with the underground music scene and numerous Djs give them more than a little kudos. Be sure to check out their website for their skate videos and photo travel diaries – these hats and bags can get about. New collection drops online on Monday 11th August. Feature


Stussy WW :: AW14

Stussy WW :: AW14

Stussy’s women’s wear line have recently dropped it’s AW14 look book with items set to be released at select Stussy stockists in the coming months. Revealing classic streetwear staples alongside more feminine and figure hugging pieces, highlights of the collection include all over print skirts, a black and grey top / leggings 2 piece and a Moschino inspired belt. Feature


Lazy Oaf :: AW14

Lazy Oaf :: AW14

London based Lazy Oaf have killed it again with their offerings for AW14. Defined by their signature print heavy pop-art inspired graphics and bold colour palette, highlights of the new collection include their Glitch graphic shirt, all American crewneck sweatshirt and Oafetti mac jacket. Feature


10 Deep X Studio One

10 Deep X Studio One

Street wear brand 10 Deep recently dropped their latest collaboration with record label Studio One. Using print as a means to bring the brands together the collection showcases Studio One’s visual history incorporating iconic album artwork throughout the collection. In addition 10 Deep also include a series of tropical prints inspired by the collaborations ‘Island life’ theme. Feature


Booooooom X Herschel Supply :: Heritage backpack

Booooooom X Herschel Supply :: Heritage backpack

Iconic arts blog Booooooom joined forces with Herschel back in June to present their art project ‘Drawing on the past’ inviting creatives to hand-draw a person or place that had an impact on their lives. Taking their recent collaboration further the partnership have created a series of limited edition backpacks with an illustrated print lining by illustrator Andrea Wan reinterpreting founder Jeff’s childhood sleeping bag. Feature


Play Cloths :: AW14 Del 1

Play Cloths :: AW14 Del 1

Continuing to push designs influenced by the juxtaposition of high-end fashion and street wear, American brand Play Cloths introduce the first delivery of their AW14 lookbook. Sporting a selection of prints the collection highlights a refreshing take on camo amongst stars and bold typography across jerseys, shorts, shirts and tees. Feature


Huf AW14 :: Delivery 1

Huf AW14 :: Delivery 1

Huf recently unveiled the first look of their offerings for AW14. The mature collection sees fragments of print and all-over patterns in rich colours including tonal blue, deep burgundy and monochrome combinations. Feature


MSGM X Toilet Paper Mag :: SS15

MSGM X Toilet Paper Mag :: SS15

Italian brand MSGM has recently collaborated with Toilet Paper magazine on a limited edition print heavy collaborative collection for SS15. Bold rainbow coloured patterns and surreal imagery dominate the youthful mens & womenswear collection, enhancing a real sense of summer. Feature


Rihanna Ellington

Rihanna Ellington

Textile and surface pattern designer Rihanna Ellington graduated from Leeds College of Art in 2013. Her expanding portfolio, new website and online shop showcase her individual style of work. She likes to digitally manipulate images taken from botanics and combine these in fluorescent and highly saturated colour collages. Blurring the lines between the real and surreal, oversized prints and glitch details all add to the experimental outcomes of her work. She has already embarked on an increasing number of brand collaborations and her first exclusive in-house range is available to by online now. Feature


Hall of Fame :: ‘Hoya’ basketball collection

Hall of Fame :: ‘Hoya’ basketball collection

Distinguished for ‘effortlessly combining’ sports and street wear, SS14 sees Californian based brand Hall of Fame introduce their basketball inspired collection titled ‘Hoya’ with a highlight being an all over monochrome marled pattern and printed graphics. Feature


Daily Paper X Yellow Claw :: ‘Blood for Mercy’ Capsule collection

Daily Paper X Yellow Claw :: ‘Blood for Mercy’ Capsule collection

Amsterdam based street wear brand Daily Paper recently teamed up with music trio Yellow Claw to form their debut ‘Blood for Mercy’ capsule collection. This new collection sees sportswear inspired garms merge a monochrome colour pallete with bold typographic prints and consists of 11 men’s street wear staples including T-shirts, hats and jerseys. Feature


Drop Dead Clothing | Itchy & Scratchy

Drop Dead Clothing | Itchy & Scratchy

UK label Drop Dead has released a new collection featuring the legendary characters Itchy & Scratchy from The Simpsons. Inspired by the brand’s original Kitty Mascot logo and years of watching The Simpsons, Drop Dead has developed a collection featuring the iconic characters Itchy & Scratchy. The Simpsons inspired capsule collection uses a mix of classic Itchy & Scratchy illustrations, alongside Drop Dead’s eye for detail, unique fits, prints and washes. From hoodies and t-shirts to leggings and a holdall, this range has everyone covered. Feature


Eleven Paris :: AW14

Eleven Paris is a Parisian fashion brand producing both mens and womenswear that have recently presented their AW14 video campaign staring Wiz Khalifa. Depicting a selection of Wiz’s favourite pieces from the collection the video depicts a striking range of print heavy offerings sported by Wiz as he is shot by Terry Richardson. Feature


Midnight :: SS14 del 1/2

Midnight :: SS14 del 1/2

LA based streetwear brand Midnight recently dropped the 2nd delivery of their SS14 debut collection. Consisting of simple and effectively composed monochrome prints across long / short sleeve tees, hoodies, hats, a sweatband and a tote bag, the collection is both clean and considered and is available to buy now. Feature


Black Scale SS14

Black Scale SS14

The Black Scale Summer 2014 collection injects middle eastern inspired prints to simplistic streetwear. Religious icons and decorative patterns normally seen on temple ceilings, litter the range of basic t-shirts and vests. The goal for Black Scale is to create conversation and provoke emotion through their designs, which they certainly achieve with this spiritual twist on modern street clothing. Feature


Billionaire Boys Club :: SS14

Billionaire Boys Club :: SS14

Billionaire Boys Club’s colourful take on street wear merges print heavy and summer ready graphics for SS14 across tees, tank tops, polos and bucket hats, a particular highlight being their WW comic / newspaper print jeans. Feature


Lazy Oaf :: SS14 ‘Space Oddity’

Lazy Oaf :: SS14 ‘Space Oddity’

Celebrated for their application of all over illustrated print, we’ve always got an eye on what Lazy Oaf are up to and their SS14 collection ‘Space Oddity’ does not disappoint. With their ever on point graphic prints, this season the brand depicts their love for ‘the darker side of space’ and the 90’s of course. Available now. Feature


Adidas Battle Pack Boots

Adidas Battle Pack Boots

Adidas present ‘Battle Pack,’ the official footwear collection for the Fifa World Cup this summer. Featuring striking black and white patterns with flashes of boll colour, the designs are inspired by patterns from the warpaint of native warriors and traditional pavement markings on Copacabana beach in this year’s games host country Brazil. The individual patterns have been created to represent the unique qualities of each shoe, in addition to the abilities of each player. These are victory, speed, bravery, control, energy and agility. Feature


Roberto Piqueras x PAOM

Roberto Piqueras x PAOM

Roberto Piqueras has created an amazing new line of homeware and some additional clothing pieces to complete his Winter 14 collection. In collaboration with print specialists Print All Over Me, Roberto has applied his futuristic, graphic style to items including bedding, cushions and rucksacks. The designer continues to consistently churn out bold, computer inspired aesthetics that are forward thinking and innovative. Feature


Tristan Eaton :: Medusa mural

Tristan Eaton :: Medusa mural

Celebrating the launch of their new flagship in Hawaii, Versace teamed up with Pow!Wow! (an event collaboratively presenting work from a variety of creative minds) and street artist Tristan Eaton to create his own interpretation of their iconic medusa to form a giant mural. The incredible piece pays homage to the brands iconic application of print applying a selection of classic Versace patterns. Feature


McQ :: SS14

McQ :: SS14

Alexander McQueen’s diffusion line McQ presents it’s offerings for SS14. Taking inspiration from British street culture, sportswear and 90’s club culture, the collection explores both pattern and print mixing it up with bold colour pallets. Feature


African Apparel | Basic Channeling

African Apparel | Basic Channeling

Basic Channeling, AA’s new collection of t-shirts draw inspiration from vernacular psychedelia, heavy ambient dreams, cultic confusion gathered and weaved in pop surrealism. A post-folk, post-techno thought in deep acid stylings more-than-ever pursuing the quest of meaningful nonsense.” Feature


Play Cloths :: Summer 14

Play Cloths :: Summer 14

Launched in 2008 by Pusha T and No Malice (of hip hop duo Clipse) Play Cloths is a progressive streetwear brand with designs influences by the juxtaposition of high end fashion, art an street culture. Utalising bold graphics and print the upcoming streetwear brand have recently released the 2nd delivery of their summer 14 collection which is available to buy here. Feature


Versace :: World Cup T-Shirt

Versace :: World Cup T-Shirt

Versace further the upcoming World Cup hype dropping a new graphic T-shirt. The T-shirt’s vivid print celebrates carnival colours, graphics of footballs and exotic flowers of course combined with their iconic medusa. Feature


Print Van Paris

Print Van Paris

Print Van Paris is a brand new concept inspired by the idea of buying a classic 1970′s ice cream van and turning it into a mobile screen printing van. Why wouldn’t you want to do that? Born in the USA, raised in Australia, influenced in Switzerland and having spent 10 years studying and working in London, digital designer Oschon Wespi-Tschopp developed this amazing idea and made it happen in real life. Feature


The Quiet Life :: Stormy x Paris Capsule Collection

The Quiet Life :: Stormy x Paris Capsule Collection

The Quiet Life have recently released a new capsule collection titled “Stormy x Paris.” Featuring deadstock Liberty fabric headwear, an African-inspired shirt / bucket hat and also a mashup Tshirt that encompasses a hybrid design from two of Springs best sellers, the collection pays homage to beautiful prints and clean design. Feature


Taint

Taint

Taint is a new publication that celebrates the importance in variety of political expression. Each edition focuses on a different single political issue and how that issue can be explored within the different disciplines of creativity. Taint was born out of frustration with the monotony of current fashion and arts magazines. It seeks to re-engage with those who feel alienated or disconnected from political discourse. Feature


Rachel Hodgson

Rachel Hodgson

As part of her final year project for London College of Fashion, Rachel Hodgson has produced a newspaper called ‘Girls on Tumblr’. Feature


ONLY NY INC. | Summer Collection 2014

ONLY NY INC. | Summer Collection 2014

ONLY NY INC. is a kick-ass independent clothing label which is run from the West side of Manhattan. The garments are well designed, always of a high quality and are released in limited runs, the team behind ONLY NY “strive to create classic, timeless clothing.” Since 1997 they have been heavily involved with NYC’s underground street culture. From years of skateboarding & writing graffiti, to sporting old school Polo and North Face, ONLY NY Embodies their roots and has been 10 years in the making. Their brand represents the hood to Park Ave. and everything in between. They’ve just released their brand new summer collection. Feature


Design Addicted

Design Addicted

Multi-talented designer Maurice Schilling aka Design Addicted takes us to the next level of glitch art, turning something rooted in computer malfunctions into something close to perfection. Feature


LRG :: Brilliant Youth :: SS14

LRG :: Brilliant Youth :: SS14

LRG sees emerging MCs Dizzy Wright and Bishop Nehru sport their latest offerings in their SS14 lookbook. The collection titled ‘Brilliant Youth’ merges classic streetwear with inspiration from ‘soccer culture’ whilst showcasing a fine variety of all over prints featuring both global and natural patterns. Feature


Hunting and Collecting :: SS14

Hunting and Collecting are a Brussels based boutique that carries a constantly rotating selection of brands. Each brand possesses a common link – a clear vision of both style and identity creating trends rather then following them and providing value and importance within modern culture. For SS14 Hunting and Collecting have a dropped a wicked video look book titled ‘Rise of local youth’ by Nicolas Lefébure featuring offerings from brands including Acne Studios, Kenzo, Been Trill, LaRose, Givenchy, BWGH, A Cut Above, 3.1 Phillip Lim and T by Alexander Wang. Feature


Black Scale X Gourmet :: SS14

Black Scale X Gourmet :: SS14

Merging their “streetwear-centric sensibilities” Blacks Scale have teamed up with Gourmet again to drop a limited edition collaborative collection for SS14. Consisting of both Men and Womenswear with garms reflecting Blackscale’s signature black and white colour pallet the collection highlights 2 pairs of re-imagined Gourmet kicks and is available to buy now. Feature


10 Deep :: INTRNTNLY KNWN 3

10 Deep :: INTRNTNLY KNWN 3

Dropping the 3rd delivery of their pre-summer collection ‘INTRNTNLY KNWN’ fashion brand and lovers of print 10 Deep look south for inspiration referencing Florida, the Caribbean and the jungles of South America. This delivery offers bold graphic prints including palm trees, geometric patterns in pictorial homage to the illegal export business (often associated with the region) camo and intricate florals.
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Mimm

Mimm

Mimm is a creative store in Nottingham that combines fashion, music and art. As well as the store that specialises in premium menswear, they pride themselves on audio and visual events, their record label and their art collective. Feature


Carhartt WIP :: Palm Print SS14

Carhartt WIP :: Palm Print SS14

Carhartt WIP has recently introduced their new palm print capsule collection in preparation for summer 14. With the print being the highlight of the collection, the all over printed design has been applied to iconic cayman and mission shirts and on a selection of tees and shorts. Feature


Nathalie Du Pasquier at American Apparel

Nathalie Du Pasquier at American Apparel

Art & design giant Nathalie Du Pasquier created some of the most recognisable patterns associated with the Memphis movement during the 1980’s. Over recent years we have seen a revival in interest in the Memphis group and Nathalie’s work. Du Pasquier’s prints are extremely vibrant, using bright colours, geometric forms, forms from nature and monochrome elements. American brand American Apparel have teamed up with Nathalie and created a range of garments for men and women using some of her prints. Feature


Mishka R1TU4L5 - Spring 2014 from Мишка Bloglin on Vimeo.

Mishka :: R1TU4L5

Drawing inspiration from our obsession with the internet and the occult, New York based fashion brand Mishka introduce their pre-summer collection / look book ‘R1TU4L5.’ With bold graphic prints being a focal point of the collection (through snapbacks, jerseys and long/short sleeve tees) imagery references ‘nights spent in internet K-holes’ and Google searches on conspiracy theory’s including alien abductions, the Rothschild’s, The Bohemian Grove and The Knights Templar. Feature


Ciara Phelan

Ciara Phelan

Combining carefully considered cut outs and vintage inspired imagery, Ciara Phelan creates beautifully fluid and multi-dimensional imagery. Using mainly sourced visuals, intertwined with her own drawn objects, Ciara’s work has a real fantasy, juxtapositional quality about it. Imaginative layering and dream like scenarios provide the key to these offbeat pictorials, with a story to tell. Feature


Age of Aquarius

Age of Aquarius

Looking for some new summer garms? Casual menswear clothing label Age of Aquarius is a London based brand with a, surfy, natural mystic vibe, perfect for the beach and holiday, or even just summer in the city. The brand pays attention to print and pattern as the main focus for its overall aesthetic. The prints range from abstract and textural, to ethereal photography. Started in 2012, Age of Aquarius has produced select pieces each season, aiming to compliment your existing wardrobe with carefully considered prints. Age of Aquarius is made and printed here in the UK toencourage and support UK industry and minimise their carbon footprint. Feature


Lauren Rolwing

Lauren Rolwing

Lauren Rolwing is a freelance illustrator currently represented by Marlena Agency. Lauren’s style is reminiscent of 80’s pop graphics with a modern refined twist, creating particularly colourful imagery Lauren’s bold illustrations play with shape and composition. As her portfolio continues to document her fashion illustration her brilliance shines though as she forms stylish contemporary imagery that bursts with energy and attitude. Feature


Adidas Originals X Farm :: SS14

Adidas Originals X Farm :: SS14

With all eyes on Brazil in the run up to the world cup, Adidas Originals have teamed up with Brazilian fashion brand The Farm Company to drop a collaborative collection for SS14 and its all about print. Merging classic 3 stripe pieces with tropical bold graphics the vibrant collection highlights the visual impact of print through pineapple, floral, birds of paradise and kaleidoscopic designs. Feature


Emma Mulholland

Emma Mulholland

Australian fashion designer Emma Mulholland has grown from strength to strength in recent years after her first debut at Australian fashion week. For her “Spring Break” collection Emma has continued on her signature style of loud prints and colours, with a heavy 80’s surf influence styled with a sports and casual tailoring. Since her debut, Kanye West has been seen buying her pieces, which have also been worn by the likes of M.I.A and Grimes. I think Australia’s fashion and arts scene is really beginning to come in to it’s own in recent years, with some really bright and exciting work coming out and setting the tone for the collective cultural style. I think I should go… Check out Emma’s garms, and dream about the beach. Feature


Lazy Oaf SS14

Lazy Oaf SS14

UK based brand Lazy Oaf are renowned for their illustrated cartoon focused prints, and their debut SS14 collection certainly does not disappoint. Featuring a wide variety of fresh prints this season we are introduced to a digital rain mac jacket, coral worm farm shirt and polka dot trou, and that’s before we even mention the highlight of the collection, a yellow stuffed crust Simpsons-esque pizza print shirt. (Available to buy now) Feature


10 Deep :: Spring Delivery 2 :: Internationally known

10 Deep :: Spring Delivery 2 :: Internationally known

10 Deep dropped the 2nd delivery of their spring look book ‘Internationally known’ last week, and as ever it was bursting with their trademark all over prints amongst block colour. With a wide variety of graphic prints this season the collection explores global design influences with prints ranging from floral patterns to maps and Arabic fonts. Feature


Mike Frederiqo :: Riccardo Tisci :: Nike

Mike Frederiqo :: Riccardo Tisci :: Nike

Mike Frederiqo is a Dutch illustrator that has recently released his much anticipated latest creation involving a dope illustration of Riccardo Tisci as the iconic Nike ‘Swoosh.’ Exceptionally designed, the illustration visualises both the white and black colourway of the recent collaborative Riccardo Tisci Air Force 1 kicks. Feature


Beastin :: Blue Cheese SS14

Beastin :: Blue Cheese SS14

Founded in 2008 by Duki and Fu Beastin is a Munich based brand that has established itself as a key player in the German street culture scene. Dropped yesterday, the brand introduced their debut collection “Blue Cheese” for SS14 applying indigo-dyed yard to sportswear inspired pieces including a T-shirt, crewneck, hoodie and joggy bottoms. Feature


Shoop & Cookbook Magazine :: Collaborative shirt

Shoop & Cookbook Magazine :: Collaborative shirt

Madrid-based brand Shoop were founded in 2011 in efforts to bring inspirations in street culture and music together to form patterns for printed fabrics providing sportswear with an ‘urban sophisticated edge.’ Recently teaming up with Cookbook magazine (also hailing from Spain) the pair has dropped a dope monochrome shirt. Sporting a particularly nice pattern incorporating all-over hand-drawn illustrations (on white) for the top of the shirt, the lower half is finished nicely with a block black bottom. Feature


Richards NYC

Richards NYC

Really nice print direction from fashion label RICHARDS NYC for fall/winter 2014. Spectrum blends collaged with 3D waves and Orcas, combined with computer windows give the collection a sophisticated “Tumblr Art” quality. This ultra modern approach encapsulates future digital print trends, from fashion to graphics. The simple and sometimes sporty tailoring of this collection makes it both sophisticated and casual. Feature


Modla X Damilola Odvsote :: Air Force 1 printed sculpture

Modla X Damilola Odvsote :: Air Force 1 printed sculpture

3D printing studio Modla has teamed up with London-based artist Damilola Odusote to create the most incredible 3D sculpture I have ever seen!
Inspired by the iconic Nike Air Force 1 kicks, Damilola created a dope 2D illustration turning the shoe into an entire world. After Damilola handed the illustration over to Modla’s head designer, Jon Fidler, Modla worked some magic via 3D software before printing the sculpture I SLS nylon plastic. Feature


Kent Andreasen

Kent Andreasen

Kent Andreasen is a film student that currently lives and works in Cape Town, South Africa. Specialising in both film and photography, Kent’s portfolio is a delight to look through. A skill for fashion photography is clearly demonstrated in his crisp ‘Fashion Stories’ with his videos introducing us to atmospheric, kaleidoscopic worlds through movement tone and light. Feature