Jiberish 2013 Spring/Summer Lookbook
Jiberish arrived on the scene in 2005 with bold sweatshirt designs that became an instant hit with Denver, Colorado’s snowsports enthusiasts. And, though the label has since grown — it now operates three boutiques in Denver, Boston and Park City — and its product range has widened, the same Rocky Mountain outdoor influences are apparent in the quality and integrity of the garments. From contemporary twists on classic menswear silhouettes to simple graphic t-shirts and accessories, the Spring/Summer 2013 collection from Jiberish consists of cut-and-sew styles that display an attention to detail, design and craftsmanship. Pieces like the military-style Shacket Shirt or Fleck pullover hoodie are ideal on the slopes or on chilly nights, while an array of screenprinted tees and 5-panels will keep you covered in the heat of summer.
CLOT & OriginalFake KAWS “DOWN TIME” T-Shirt
As long time associates, Brian Donnelly or more commonly known as KAWS, has been a long-time friend and associate of CLOT founders Kevin Poon and Edison Chen. The result of this fruitful relationship has provided the Chinese market with a consistent glimpse of one of the most respected and relevant artists of the last decade. For an upcoming book signing at JUICE Hong Kong for Donnelly’s KAWS: DOWN TIME book, a special collaborative T-shirt has been created. Four colorways will be sold as exclusives to Hong Kong, Shanghai, Taipei and JUICE’s online store. The Hong Kong book set is available now for pre-order at JUICE CWB and TST for $980 HKD (approximately $126 USD).
Stussy 2013 Summer “8Ball” Lookbook
Recalling its iconic 8 Ball motif, pioneering streetwear label Stüssy announces the release of small capsule collection for summer 2013 adorned with the aforementioned billiard ball. Presented in a slew of colors including black, grey, white, navy, red and purple, the range itself offers a Pullover Hoodie, L/S shirt, T-Shirt, Bic® Lighter and 5-panel cap. The Stüssy 2013 Summer 8 Ball Collection is currently available at select Stussy Chapter Stores as well as its webstore.
Supreme Filed a Federal Trademark for their Logo in March, 20 Years After Its Founding
As you’ve probably heard, Supreme is suing Married to the Mob label owner (and ANIMAL friend) Leah McSweeney for $10 million claiming copyright infringement of their signature logo in her “Supreme Bitch” parody design. However, the logo they are suing over hasn’t been federally trademarked.
It was only recently that Supreme filed a trademark application for their Barbara Kruger-inspired logo, nearly 20 years after first using it. Records from the US Patent and Trademark Office show that although Supreme has been using the mark since April 1994, they didn’t file a trademark for it until March 6, 2013. In most cases, it takes between six months and two years for a logo to be officially trademarked.
Similarly, the trademark for just the name Supreme wasn’t filed until 2011 and wasn’t granted trademark status until 2012.
Why wait so long? Owner James Jebbia told Interview that the name Supreme is “a difficult one to trademark” and that “there were no grand plans—with the name, with the store, with anything.” Perhaps same goes for the logo.
Togs+Clogs 2013 Spring/Summer “Classic Dog Moments” Lookbook
Togs + Clogs have teamed up with Manchester Creative mainstay Lazerian for its Spring/Summer 2013 lookbook. Featuring Lazerian’s trusty mascot dog Gerald, the lookbook — aptly titled “Classic Dog Moments” — flaunts Togs + Clogs’ latest collection in the lukewarm settings of inner city Manchester. Put together by stylist John-Paul Cassidy and shot by Tom Cockram, the lookbook sees a harmonious pairings from the likes of I Love Ugly, Wood Wood, Universal Works, Billionaire Boys Club and Armor-Lux. Putting forward a myriad of engaging prints over staples like the bucket hat, button-up shirt and pleated shorts, footwear from Gourmet, Converse and Saucony round up the lookbook, gladly welcoming the warmer months with courageous flair.
Brooklyn We Go Hard Spring/Summer T-Shirt Collection
Founded by two globe-trotting Parisian friends, BWGH started out selling T-shirts printed with snapshots taken on their travels, and has since expanded to include a biannual magazine, photography collective and cultural events organization.
BWGH’s love of the lens, meanwhile, has never been more apparent than in the label’s new collection of graphic tees for Spring/Summer 2013. This season’s screenprints criss-cross the continent from New York to Miami and feature all-new, original photography. And, just in time for the playoffs, basketball-themed shirts are available in Tokyo, Paris and Brooklyn options (though you might want to save the last one for next season).
Clothsurgeon “My Freshman Year”Freak Peek Video
After a successful first year, UK clothiers Clothsurgeon aim to celebrate the milestone with a special collaborative project dubbed “My Freshman Year.” While details are sparse, this video shot by Hypebeast-regular Santi Arbelaez provides a quick teaser into an American sportswear-inspired capsule from a brand that has gone about making its mark through Britain’s fashion scene.
Marni 2013 May release
Simple and precise. Marni‘s design language fully embodies this notion through a selection of highlights from this season. Mix-matching patterned shirts and shorts represent the boldest of the lot while other pieces utilize subtle and understated primary colors alongside smart usages of color blocking. The collection is available now via select retailers globally.
C.E 2013 Spring/Summer Collection
Despite the creative, often bizarre visual accompaniments to its collections, C.E‘s M.O. remains relatively simple — military design, coupled with graphic flourishes and streetwear touches. Cav Empt’s Spring/Summer 2013 collection offers more – a high-meets-low offering of jackets, shirts, sweats and accessories for spring. Standout styles include the Mil Jacket – a multi-pocketed, spring-ready outwear piece and Empty Coach Jacket, along with patterned sweats and a printed button-down in pink.
Urban Outfitters 2013 Summer Lookbook
With summer around the corner, Urban Outfitters has delivered a lookbook with elements prepping us for the warmer months ahead. Peeling the layers back with this diverse lookbook, chromatic patterns – floral, Aztec paisley and Hawaiian – are featured across button-ups, T-shirts and vests, while tie-dye designs adorn other summer staples. Shot by Renne Vaille in Cape Town, South Africa, this lookbook should have you thinking about your next getaway.The summer collection is available now through Urban Outfitters locations and its online store.
Honeyee’s Vivism 2013 Collection Colors the Summer
visvim gives us a preview into its new “Colors in Summer” collection. With a strong focus on pastels and patterns, the luxury streetwear brand once again excites us with an exorbitant dose of quality found in the hand-stamped crosses on the pockets of the TROPICAL COMBAT shirt and fine-grain linen exterior of the collar-less INGALL long sleeve. Check your visvim stockists for release dates on individual items coming soon.
Stussy Limited edition Floral Skulls
Stussy presents this limited-edition white tee with its iconic graphic skull laid over a bed of mixed flowers. The whimsical and decorative design of the white skull contrasted with the vibrant colors of the floral pattern. Retailing for ¥5,250 JPY (approximately $52 USD), the shirt can be ordered online now through ZOZO.
Stussy & Silas 2013 Capsule Collection
Stussy and Silas teamed up to focus their streetwear expertise on a small capsule collection hitting the shelves soon. The collection comprises two printed tees and a pair of tortoise-shell glasses. You can cop your favorite items on May 18 from Stussy Chapter stores, online and from ZOZO.
Williams and Pharrel are “BBC Black” & a GQ Behind the Tee
Mark McNairy and Pharrell Williams are back at it and under the Billionaire Boys Club umbrella, present the new BBC Black Capsule Collection. Military technical fabrics are used through-out the tight line-up and fused into classic streetwear items, that include varsity jackets, baseball jerseys, t-shirts, shirts, caps and more. With McNairy designing the line, we are not surprised about the military inspiration and if you have watched Pharrell’s dressing style over the years, his love for camouflage and everything military has also always been rather obvious, making this latest collaborative effort rather natural. Next to their collaborative Bee Line Collection, this marks a nice and clean addition.
Beams Plus 2013 Summer Capsule Collection surfs with Ivy
Beams Plus‘ new capsule collection takes inspiration from Koji Toyoda’s playful artwork series, “The Surf Ivy.” Just in time for summer, the lineup features a shoe-surfing silhouette screen printed or embroidered critter-style on tees, polos, and cut-off shorts. The preppy-meets-the-pipeline aesthetic merges good old East Coast rigidity with some distinctly West Coast worn-in appeal. The collection will be available exclusively at mrporter.com beginning on May 14.