Grind London have just blessed us with a new capsule full cosy looking threads for you to rock this winter. A navy, grey and white colour palette spread through out long sleeves, crewnecks, hoods, nice simple graphic tees, snapbacks and a bucket hat chucked in for measure.
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Christmas is coming, and the goose is getting phat, and people are digging out their shitty Christmas jumpers and convincing themselves that wearing something crap is good if you acknowledge that it’s crap. It isn’t. Good things are good. Wear good things, like this fucking incredible FRONT Christmas jumper we’ve made. Look how ace it is. Even if it wasn’t being modelled by the brilliant Gemma Stafford, it’d still be the best thing you’ve seen today. See more of Gemma here, and buy the world’s greatest jumper here.
Their shirt, cap and outerwear game is strong, but they also make awesome backpacks too which people may not know.
Check out everything over on their site as well as online stores such as Urban Industry.
The guys at African Apparel who brought us the Jimi Hendrix/Bob Marley shirt have done it a gain with the Yoko Ono YOLO shirt. It’s fucking awesome. Buy one for yer nan – she won’t get it.
Yr Store, the world’s first live all-over print specialists, are teaming up with Topman’s flagship Oxford Street store next week to provide customers with the opportunity to design and create bespoke Topman garments.
The Yr Topman collaboration lets customers create their own Topman clothing as fast as you can say ‘fucking hell’ using Yr’s interactive touch-pods to design one-off patterns. There’s also a load of exclusive print stories created and curated by Topman’s design team to reflect their key AW13 trends.
For the first time, Topman will introduce new garments to Yr, expanding the range to include sweats, vests, gloves and scarfs that will feature in their flagship store, while a competition to have one design printed nationally will feature in all stores.
Head down and get some wicked prints.
This is the new holiday looking book from the LA-based brand X-Large. It’s all about smoking some fine green in Venice Beach –what more could you want?
Peep the video above.
Do you know who that is? Do you?! It’s only FRONT’s acest American Alysha Nett and she’s teamed up with the rad streetwear brands Hall Of Fame and CLSC (pronounced Classic) for a wicked baseball-inspired collection. And for their new lookbook they took her to a Dodgers game to get some beers in and wait for the pitcher to strike the ninth inning at the second base (we’ve never been to a baseball game). All this sick new gear is available at the CLSC store. For more Hall Of Fame head over to Size? HERE.