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As promised, the continuation of our countdown of the 25 Most Powerful People In Streetwear: 22. Karl Heinz Muller 21. Keith Hufnagel 20. Matt George 19. Aaron Levant 18. Rob Garcia Rob Garcia is… Continue reading

#23: Matthew Williams

As promised, the continuation of our countdown of the 25 Most Powerful People In Streetwear: 23. Matthew Williams The once Creative Director of Lady Gaga’s Haus of Gaga, Matthew Williams has been making… Continue reading

JESUS SAID.

Meet ‘Jesus Said’, created by stylist Simon Foxton in 1987 and used for the December/January 1988 editorial for i-D magazine. This piece has garnered some notorious history, comfortably fitting the term I like… Continue reading

BLVCK SCVLE X SURR

Our number 25 on the list BLVCK SCVLE’s Mega talks to us about the brand SURR and its creator, number 24, Ruslan Karablin himself: “I have been a fan of SSUR for a… Continue reading

#24: Ruslan Karablin

As promised, the continuation of our countdown of the 25 Most Powerful People In Streetwear: 24. Ruslan Karablin A living definition of innovation, Ruslan Karablin (also known as SURR) has managed to make… Continue reading

The 25 Most Powerful People In Streetwear

The basis of streetwear demand is premised on the limited availability of the created collections. Japanese mogul Nigo and Pop artist turned street label owner KAWS are amongst the outrageously creative few who… Continue reading

Chanel Après Coco

When one thinks of fashion we often make the assumption that its value is solely held in its visual appearance and nothing more. The origins of the fashion house Chanel and what the… Continue reading

I Don’t Need Kicks With Ticks On ‘Em

Any fashion enthusiast would agree that it is disheartening to discover that your wardrobe looks exactly like the next guy’s. As a result we either find ourselves going on ridiculous goose chases for… Continue reading

The Factory

Being both an art enthusiast and artist myself, growing up I found the work of pop artists extremely inspirational to me. The concept of using art as a means to distribute widespread messages… Continue reading