I haven't posted anything in a while. I think it's because, I've been so focused on life to the fullest extent. I've been searching myself through reading different books, blogs, friends, mentors, life, etc. I've come to realize that thinking so hard about myself is something I have to stop doing so much of and start experiencing more.
Lately my life has consisted of, getting engaged, remodeling my loft, purchasing a few more motorcycles, designing new clothing and having my first child on the way. Excited Yes, nervous of course.
I'm working on releasing my brain, for the internet. Involving myself with this space age we are currently encountering. Taking nits and bits of myself, while stream lining my actions and thoughts to encourage myself and others while I'm on this voyage of self discovery.
I would like to thank, the few people who have visited my blog currently. Hopefully I will sustain and maintain a positive attitude, towards this blog of self expression and hopefully. Encourage the masses.
With spring looming just around the corner, Carhartt WIP returns with a trio of new outerwear designs just in time for the rainy season. The functional, yet sartorially-minded range consists of Battle Parka, Devis Jacket and Michigan Coat in both solid and camouflage-patterned options, along with materials like water-repellent polyester/cotton blends and waterproof nylon. Taken together, the result is a variety of utilitarian options that will keep you dry this season without sacrificing an ounce of quality, versatility or style. Look for Carhartt WIP’s new Spring/Summer 2014 outerwear offerings — along with other items from the collection — now at the HYPEBEAST Store.
I recently picked up this short flick the other day and it was great. It's interesting to get inside the minds of some amazing builders, and hear their stories. All the shenanigans throughout the gives it an extra reason to watch it. I can't wait to meet a couple of these guys at Born Free 6 this year.
Go order your copy today today. Well worth the money.
Highlighted by a Jawbone Jambox collaboration, the Supreme accessories collection moves on to jewelry that includes gold chains, rings and pins. Red and black sandals follow in a beach theme that encompasses extra large beach towels and sportswear equipment like a jumprope, baseball bat and water bottle. As with tradition, a skate deck finds placement in the collection that can be viewed in its entirety below. Look for the drop on February 20th at New York, Los Angeles and London locations and online February 27th. Japan will follow with an in-store release on February 22nd.
Alongside unveiling their Spring/Summer 2014 apparel collection, New York streetwear juggernaut Supreme debuts the accessories that help complete their upcoming warm weather collection. Always a subject of great debate and intrigue surrounding the items chosen for the coveted assortment of goods, this year’s selection is vast in size while utilizing a range of unique products that feature strong branding, signature Supreme tones, and a sentiment synonymous with their popular sportswear inspired theme typically dominant in past offerings.
Espionage 2014 Spring/Summer “Silent Majority For Peace” Lookbook
Korean mainstay Esionage presents its latest collection of military-inspired garb for Spring/Summer 2014. Dubbed “Silent Majority For Peace,” the new range takes its influences from the likes of the 1979 film Norma Rae and the music of Rage Against the Machine to tell the story of Thich Quang Duc, a Vietnamese Mahayana Buddhist monk who burned himself to death in Saigon in 1963 to protest the persecution of Buddhists by the South Vietnamese – the famous image of which graces the cover of RATM’s self-titled 1992 debut. Stripes and cargos dominate the range alongside graphic tees, denim, work shirts, flight jackets, and even “GUERILLA RADIO”-emblazoned caps and crew necks. Select pieces from Espionage’s “Silent Majority For Peace” release are now available via WHEREHOUSE.