Recently we acquired a piece of archive Nike Air advertising from the States, originally printed in 1987, and we thought we’d scan it in for all to see.
Last night Carhartt and Goodhood celebrated the brands arrival at the store and the opening of their exhibition in true street-party style. We went down to see how it unfolded…
Lifestyle website COPSON ST. dabble in some retail and have some very nice deadstock snap back caps on offer at the moment.
The finest in sourcing high quality vintage dead stock goods Zone7Styling yet again strikes some headwear gold. A small collection of 1990′s dead stock snap back caps.
Those vintage hunters over at Zone7Style have managed to locate this mint condition vintage Ralph Lauren Polo Sport rugby shirt all the way from 1992.
At this time of year we need to be positive and think forward to when the sun will be beaming down again, and what better way to do that then copping some ill vintage sunglasses in preparation? These vintage Carrera’s have just dropped at Goodhood.
Bristol’s finest girl crew Dutty Girl will launch their newest venture next week, a pop-up vintage clothing superstore in Bristol’s Stokes Croft area.
As of yesterday Bristol street wear boutique Donuts have a new online space to call home, in the form of the new online store, blog and gallery.
Snap backs are on the rise, i have said this before and i will say it again, snap back caps are killing right now.The Donuts store (Bristol) has just received a fresh batch of caps and i must say they are extremely fresh.
The snap back cap is slowly making a strong come back, there is something about snap backs that i cant put my finger on. I am not sure whether its the smaller peak (compared to a New Era) or what but this kind of cap is dope, standard.
It’s only been 2010 for a matter of days and Selfridges have already declared the 90s officially vintage.
This Sunday sees the first event from the Bristol Fash Pack – a collective of female independent designers and shop owners in Bristol.
Sorry to disappoint those who thought that I had genuinely found a city made out of thin French pancakes, but I am afraid that does not exist. What does exist is the Crepe City Sneaker Festival, and it’s this Sunday at Notting Hill Arts Club.
A mad collection of some of the illest vintage deadstock cellectables you can imagine, including sneakers, designer garms, sunglasses and sportswear!