You can never go wrong with a tailored letterman jacket…Heritage Research out of the UK drops two gems in their new Fall / Winter 2010 Collection. Handmade in England. These are currently available at finer retailers worldwide including Peggs & Son.
Archive for England
A young talented emcee from the UK that goes by the name of Young Kelz goes in over Drake’s “Goin’ In” featuring Lil Wayne.
A leading name in archival design, England’s Nigel Cabourn continues the launch of it’s Winter collection with a selection of new releases for the month of December 2009. Referencing back to the early decades of the 1930s – 1950s, the collection features staple items, including a strong lineup of outerwear choices, shawl collar knit sweater, and Hingston jacket. All pieces can now be purchased through rumors.
Are you a sneaker collector? Do you care about your sneakers looking fresh 24 / 7? If so, copp this NOW! The Paul Smith Luxury Shoe Care Kit is presented in a black washed wooden box. It is complimented with multi-stripe leather trims and is fastened at the sides by steel hinge clasps. Internally the box comprises of various compartments. It comes fully-loaded with all the proper supplies you need to keep your sneakers lookin’ fly. The coloured handle on the wood box finishes off the package remarkably.
Paying homage to the classic 1987 Nike Safari, Offspring whip up another toy collaboration, this time working with the most well received sportswear company in the world. Both vinyl toys will see an in-store release on September 5th as a free giveaway with any purchase over £50, while supplies last.
Spotted On HypeBest.
Try as you might, you can’t escape commercials. In North America, they account for almost a third of scheduled programming. During the Superbowl, they generate almost as much hype as the game itself. Fortunately for those of us who seek refuge from the onslaught of marketing, there are artists like Ron English re-imagining some of America’s best-known advertising campaigns. A forerunner to Banksy, English’s work is definitely mischievous, drawing attentions to certain truths manufacturers would rather consumers ignored. The iconoclast has recreated cigarette billboards and depicted a rotund Ronald McDonald; he has even reinterpreted Picasso’s Guernica, Kiss, and Homer Simpson for his own nefarious ends and shows no signs of slowing down.
Asher Roth and his crew, Brian Bangley, DJ Wreckineyez, and Kevin Lumar remix the Black Eyed Peas song, “Boom Boom Pow” for BBC’s Radio 1 Live Lounge.