Totalitarianism may not be so far removed as it once seemed when George Orwell penned his classic “1984” in 1949. The timing seems eerily perfect for another remake, which street artist Shepard Fairey has been rallying for by moving forward to get Imagine Entertainment’s power players Brian Grazer and Ron Howard on board. Shepard, who […]
Shepard Fairey to Possibly Produce George Orwell Classic 1984 with Howard and Grazer
Volcom’s Third Quarer Financials Reveal Reveneus up 11.4%
Louis Vuitton’s”A Passion for Creation Exhibition” Exemplifies Art and Commerce Starting with Artist Richard Prince’s Pulp Fiction Wrap of the Entire Hong Kong Museum of Art
Ever since Marc Jacobs took the helm in ’97, French lux brand Louis Vuitton has pushed the limits of the meaning of collaborations. Here’s another big one.
Volcom Acquires Electric Visual Evolution for $25.25 Million -Label Networks Takes a Look at What This Means Where the Brand Ranks Among Youth Culture Opportunities for Growth Based on Demographics
On January 16th, Volcom announced their all-cash offer to acquire Electric Visual Evolution -one of the hottest sunglass brands in action sports, known for their lightening bolt logo. Under the terms, Volcom will pay Electric shareholders $25.25 million. Volcom says that Electric will remain a stand-alone brand as a subsidiary of Volcom.
Volcom Buys It’s Japanese Distributor, Plus How the Street Fashion Scene Differs in Japan vs. USA
Japan continues be a hotbed target for Volcom as they continue to move internationally, however as we’ve studied, the street fashion scene, especially in Tokyo, is far different than what you’ll find anywhere else.