Drop Your Skirt / Lookbooks

Drop Your Skirt / Lookbooks

  • Pedram Karimi's latest editorial takes us into a minimalistic world of shadows and alter egos. The cleverly titled shoot puts forth his androgynous creations, showcasing the absence of colours through dark greys and black layered over the occasional beige or white garments. Without compromising the sex appeal of these long layered threads, he is able to show us that Montreal-born fashion will always remain interchangeable between gender roles and timeless when it comes to seasonal approach....
  • Our homies over at all in eyewear have been working really hard at putting together their new Spring/Summer 2015 collection. This local Montreal eyewear brand are particular in how they produce and design their products. They set themselves apart from any other local brand because they put a lot of thought and effort in their choices, even when it comes to putting together their lookbook.  We interviewed them last year when they had their initial collections on our radar, and we've been...
  • Welcome to the Family | Toronto, CAN. That's how local brand Halfwits Clothing invites people to experience their vibe. They just released their Spring / Summer 2015 collection, and it's right on the ball. This crew gives us a fresh outlook on the boring usual style of Canadian-bred designers, giving a lot of attention to detail, material and wearability. It is not unusual to see designers and collectives spew across the nation offering a select few items to pick from, and with a very...
  • “Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars” is a controversial and actual document discovered in 1986. Inside the document are details of a plan, hatched in the embryonic days of the "Cold War" which called for control of the masses through manipulation of industry, peoples' pastimes, education and political leanings. It called for a quiet revolution, putting brother against brother, and diverting the public's attention from what is really going on. Every month, consumers and...
  • Here's the Spring Summer 2015 Video Lookbook by streetwear brand Black Scale. Produced by Werehaus, the video features close up shots of model Hugo Lopez sporting the brand's wide variety of looks including sweatshirts, graphic tees, and monochromatic tanks, button downs, and pants. Peep it right here:  You can shop your look at select retailers and online via the Black Scale website. 
  • We've previously covered the first look of Lafaille's SS15 Collection. Today, a new collection of lookbook photos have been dropped and we're excited to showcase it for you. Interested in the chaos resulting from a car accident? Safety First revolves around the facilities where they test and study car damage. The energy and violence of the vehicule smashing is conveyed through a set of printed garments. Don’t you find it ironic to watch a car crash instead of rushing to help ?  ...
  • New York based T-shirt Case Ultra’s deep understanding of conspiracy theories and ancient histories have helped their consumers feel good about themselves and at the same time spread the message depicted in every t-shirt design. Today you get the chance to indulge in their latest release: a new T-shirt design based on the controversial document widely available on the web known as “Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars” which discusses in detail how to gain control of a...
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