Known as one of America’s best denim lifestyle trade shows, Project attracted best in the industry, with several new brand surprises and old brand reinventions.
Project Trade Show Review: The Irony of New Heritage, Re-make of Prep, 50’s Denim, and How Americana Has Gone Global
London’s Tweed Run Takes Cycling and Genteel Fashion to New Heights
Hundreds of people biked through the streets of London last weekend in an event that’s grown popular for its mix of transportation and attire.
Street Art Collective the Urban Repair Squad Illustrates the Hazards of Cycling with Comic Expletives, Drawing Attention to a New Culture of Transportation
Painted expletives near potholes and various urban detritus in Toronto streets illustrate literally, the changing face of transportation via cycling and culture jamming.
Vespa Culture Continues the Cred-Factor of Cool Found In the Cult of Transportation
How Getting from Point A to Point B Has Become a Lifestyle from Ruckus Riders to Fixed Gear, DIY Harley’s, to Ubiquitous Vespas. LA’s newest store showcases the best, the retro, the garage, the apparel.
The School of Anti-Fashion and the Rise of the No-Logo Zone
The birth of a subculture: Sick of living smack in the middle of the reactor-core of fashion, a backlash underground movement has spawned, threatening to become the very cult it was hoping to avoid: Becoming trendy.
The Cult of Transportation: How Getting from Point A to Point B Has Become an Art Form and Lifestyle from Ruckus Riders to Fixed Gear, Drifters and DIY Harley’s
Part 3 from the Imprint Culture Lab sponsored by Bread & Butter delivers on the lifestyle of transportation and what it means to this new generation.
The School of Anti-Fashion and the Rise of the Design-Free Zone
There’s been a long-running bubbling underground movement going on among real trendsetters in the smack middle of the reactor-core of fashion that’s now threatening to become the very cult it was hoping to avoid.