Monday, April 13, 2009

Time To Breathe...Time To Add New Product

Well being a hectic last few weeks we now have our feet under us and are back to the same postings of new product; back to as soon as we see it, you see it.  New products include spring releases from 3Sixteen, Cassette, Casio G-shock, Kidrobot toys, 10 Deep, Staple Design and New Balance.  In the next paragraph I'll describe which items are from which companies.

From 3sixteen we are featuring new cut and sew button up pieces including a white oxford, blue and yellow seersucker button ups.  Also we just received our SABRE x 3Sixteen eyewear collaboration.  
One of my personal favorites, Cassette from designer Peter Lee in LA, brings a different take on clean cut and sew.  We feature a double breasted cardigan and a hooded cardigan which is lightweight and perfect for the time of year.  Also a great button up with a white neck and white cuffs which is a definite wardrobe staple.  Cassette's denim is some of the best I have seen, it is more than your standard denim but is actual denim from the first Levis manufacturer in 1909...yes 1909, this is official.  
Gshock is coming with many new colorways and subtleties that has become a standard for them.  
Our Kidrobot came last week and people are really getting into these blind box toys, if you don't know about it google it!  We feature a $300.00 supersized dunny which is 1 of 500 made from the designs of Frank Kozik.  Other series that we currently have are Fatcap Series 2, Dunny Series 5, and Ye Olde English Dunny Series.  We also have do it yourself munnys so if you do not enjoy what you see, you can design your own.  
I don't need to say much about 10deep, from starting in 1995 as one of the true beginners of "streetwear", they never disappoint in their pricepoints and their fit.  
Staple Design is last but not least, attention to detail and fit is one of many things you can expect when trying these oxfords on.  They are the quality of your most expensive oxford that you currently wear with your suit with the fit of an untucked shirt that is perfect with any denim or leisure style.  

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