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Behind every Castle stands a Crook. Meaning behind every Empire, someone did something crooked to achieve their goal. Castles represents our goal, for every street hustler, entrepreneur, or mogul. We’re all crooks in some way, some just choose not to show their true colors. – Crooks & Castles
The Hundreds apparel is inspired by LOS ANGELES LIFESTYLE / CALIFORNIA CULTURE and Southern California’s skateboarding, surf, punk, and hip-hop cultures. The design is also reminiscent of 1980s surf-culture t-shirts, independent skateboard company apparel of the 1990s, and the advent of “streetwear” at the end of the millennium. The line is comprised of graphic t-shirts, denim, wovens, fleece, outerwear, headwear, and accessories.
Founded in 1995, 10.Deep is one of New York’s original street wear brands and continues to come out with new collections that inspire.
Diamond Supply Co. is a California based skateboard clothing line that was started in 1998 by skateboarder/designer Nick Tershay AKA Nick Diamond.
OBEY clothing was launched in 2001 when Shepard Fairey saw clothing as an opportunity to be creative on many levels and t-shirts as another canvas for his graphics. Working closely with fashion designers Mike Ternosky and Erin Wignall, Fairey translates his philosophy of art and personal influences into a brand that speaks to many different genres. Each season, multiple themes and ideas are thrown into the melting pot, creating a style often difficult to categorize. Because of the diversity of influences, OBEY addresses many different styles, hitting on looks that are both classic and fashion driven.
Undftd. Get Familiar.
Founded by professional skateboarder Keith Hufnagel, HUF first opened its doors in August 2002 on an offbeat block of Sutter Street just above the Tenderloin District. By bringing the best of what footwear, streetwear and skateboarding brands have to offer under one roof, HUF quickly grew to be known as San Francisco’s premiere purveyor of hard-to-come-by goods and has since expanded to three west coast locations and a clothing brand.
Founded in 2003, REBEL8 is a San Francisco-based lifestyle brand with deep roots in skateboard, graffiti, and tattoo cultures. Every REBEL8 graphic by Mike Giant is hand-illustrated. Unlike most clothing graphics, which are created by digitizing the original artwork into vector format, Mike’s graphics are exact reproductions of his original art. No part of the original inked line is compromised in this process, lending an edge of authenticity seldom seen in today’s mass-produced market.
Alife NYC – Taste The Goodness!
Don’t Trust Anyone Posse’s roots date back to 1991 as a visionary grade school crew of organized thinkers and doers. Matured thru the streets, high schools, colleges and universities, the DTA Posse has grown to be an organically
organized international group of like minded, life living member’s of an aware society.
Rogue Status is a collective initially spearheaded by Jo Esbensen, Rob Dyrdek and Rex Holloway that creates controversial designs in order to extort response and dialogue. Much of their work is done in direct reference from global current events. What started just a couple of years ago has since grown into an internationally-recognized streetwear/lifestyle brand, with a store in downtown Venice Beach, CA and worldwide distribution.
The Wild Ones is a Los Angeles based apparel brand. With bold graphics and deep messages, you are left with no choice but to believe in The Wild Ones!
Benny Gold is an independent graphic designer specializing in logo design and apparel graphics. He is best known for his work with Huf and Mash. Benny has created the original identities, for both brands. In addition to freelancing, he has debuted his signature clothing label. The Benny Gold brand is available at select retailers worldwide, and continues to grow and gain recognition.. stay gold.
Deadline is a clothing company that represents the street culture from coast to coast. The 2 owners were born and raised on opposite coasts and have gotten together to create a brand that brings NY and LA together into 1. We take our upbringing,thoughts, and lifestyle to develop a unique clothing line. Life is short your DEADLINE to succeed is now. We are the mouthpiec for all hustlers…
Dissizit! – The only brand that matters
We are the Streets, Hip Hop, Graffiti, & graphic pioneers!
Legendary status in this game for over 20 years producing nothing short of modern classics. The official brand of the true B-Boy. DISSIZIT 2008 till infinity…
G-Shock is the ultimate tough watch. It was born from a developer’s dream of “creating a watch that never breaks.” Guided by a “Triple 10″ development concept, the design teams sought a watch with 10-meter free-fall endurance, 10-bar water resistance and a 10-year battery life. The number of experimental prototypes built for endurance testing reached over 200. Structural development & parts improvement took approximately two years. After a long process of trial and error, G-Shock was finally launched.
Married to the Mob was conceptualized on a hot sticky New York City day in summer 2004. Sitting on her stoop on Spring Street and working on her second to-go Margarita, it dawned on label founder Leah that while there were tons of great street brands for guys, there was virtually no version out there for females. Thus the concept for MOB was born: A streetwear label designed for women and by women.
Mighty Healthy is a collaborative effort between a DJ and a skateboarder. It brings together ideas that reflect the lifestyle of the urban playground. The Mighty Healthy brand name reflects the experiences of a generation that was brought up in an era of good times, self-expression and the courage to be different from the mainstream.
Rocksmith Tokyo is Japanese street couture blended with New York City swagger. The ultimate Mix tape of classic and futuristic cuts, fabrics, music styles and attitudes.
Staple Design is an independent, visual communications agency. Its goal is to understand the relationships that exist between intriguing companies and their target consumers. Formulating a straight-line channel of communication between the two is what the firm does best.
WeSC (WeAretheSuperlativeConspiracy) was founded by six avid skateboarders and snowboarders in 1999. WeSC is addressing people with awareness, no matter the race, religion or financial background, that all share the values and lifestyle of the founders. WeSC delivers “life after skate”- a more developed style that also targets people outside the skateboard community but still shares its values.
Since 1991, team XLarge has held down fashion sense and fashion function. Team XLarge is: Eli Bonerz, owner; Dave Chmielewski, business manager; Rory Wilson, art director; Jenni Bell, design assistant; and Paul Kim, marketing.
Young & Reckless
Since 2005, Hellz Bellz has provided fashion alternatives for the bold fashionista with edgy, tops, jackets, denim and accessories, influenced by all things subversive; from the gritty streets of New York to sexploi tat ion flicks of the 1960’s and 1970’s. Founder Lanie Alabanza continues to defy all the rules of conformity and any fashion entity that claims a woman’s style cannot breach strength, individuality and feminine flair simultaneously.
The name In4mation and the “plus” logo mark symbolize a unique bond and signify In4mation’s positive outlook and welcoming attitudes attained by exploring varied paths of life. In4mation’s motto, “ I SHALL PROCEED…AND CONTINUE” is a catch phrase taken from an influential hip-hop band that serves as a reminder to follow our chosen paths and to keep on moving forward.
Kidrobot is the world’s premier designer and retailer of limited edition art toys and apparel.
Milkcrate Athletics stands unique as the originator of music inspired clothing. Its philosophy involves elements from the street: spinning records, graffitti, skateboarding… each has the same driving force. We see milkcrate as a symbol of the street: crates lay around all over the city and people do everything with them: put records in ‘em, use ‘em as basketball hoops, put ‘em on the bike handlebars, play checkers on ‘em. They’re everywhere… It’s a city icon.
Nooka is the brainchild of artist and designer, Matthew Waldman. Rather than just style the appearance of an object, Nooka’s reconceptualization is based on analytic and artistic underpinnings that incorporate trends in fashion and science. Beyond international style, the search for a universal language is the common theme that all nooka products are conceptually based, whether a timepiece, fashion, or something unexpected.
Sneaktip originates from the culture of collecting active footwear was an underground cult of hobbyists who spent a majority of their time and money hunting for extremely rare releases of sneakers. Sneakerheads, as they are referred to, always had to have heads up on the sneaker market, staying on tip of future releases, thus the name Sneaktip.
UndrCrwn is a contemporary lifestyle brand fueled by its founder’s passion for sports and fashion. You probably know that UndrCrwn’s designs are inspired by basketball, but it is not a performance brand. Instead, UndrCrwn products are deeply rooted in the vintage looks, high level of detailing and quality workmanship that represent sports culture from back in the day.
Acrylick, is a Los Angeles based company making fashion with a positive message, putting meanings behind every shirt/work/design. We at Acrylick believe that things should be universal. We dont believe in conformity of any sort. Each individual embodies their own originative spirit and should share it with others. What we are trying to accomplish is to have our clothing line be universal. We want our clothing to be worn by everyone no matter what race, creed, gender, or status they are.
Originally launched in 1998, Alphanumeric “EnvironMental Protection Company” (A#) stepped onto the scene with technical yet functional apparel that was built to ride, eventually laying the roots for modern street wear
7th Letter has evolved as an apparel brand as well as an international collective of artists from the Graffiti, Tattoo, Fine Art and Design disciplines. Artists such as Mister Cartoon, Retna, Revok, Shepard Fairey, Barry McGee, Eric Haze, Chaz Bojorquez, George “Ewok” Thompson, Slick, Pusher, Kenton Parker, Michael Delahaut, Jason Kundell, Grime, Reyes, AmandaLynn, Wanto, Sect and many, many more have all contributed to The Seventh Letter movement.
In 1993, professional skateboarders Rick Howard, Mike Carroll and friends Megan Baltimore and Spike Jonze founded Girl Skateboards. The unique deck graphics that Girl is known for are produced by featured artists from the Girl/Chocolate collective art group known as the Art Dump. Girl Skateboards are also equally recognized for their strong wood, mellow shape and professional team also represented by Eric Koston, Guy Mariano, Brandon Biebel and more.
Fuct is the brainchild of artist/graffiti writer Erik Brunetti (aka DEN ONE). Created in 1991, out of Brunetti’s Venice bedroom, Fuct has, since it’s humble beginnings, single-handedly laid the ground work for an entire generation of streetwear labels and designers.
Responsible for introducing to the world the “Planet of The Apes” printed t-shirts back in 1993, to using Viet Nam war & German WWII inspired graphics, to the recent hand-drawn rock and roll iconography pieces, Fuct may well be considered the predecessor of subversive streetwear.
Childhood friends Emily Faulstich and Kimberley Gordon are the creative force behind Wildfox. Inspired by Native American artwork and vintage rock & roll t-shirts, the young designers gave birth to a brand that tells a story of their generation and friendship. Today, the girls spend their time visiting vintage shops and working out of their Silverlake-area design studio – where they sew their hearts on their sleeves and spread peace and love through design.
When CONART entered the marketplace there was no street wear market, no hip-hop stores, no cool-guy blogs. CONART is the originator of the “street wear” movement. Established in 1989, CONART Clothing Brand has established itself as the first label to use raw designs by the top graffiti artists in the world. Hip-hop artists such as The Notorious B.I.G., ODB, Method Man, Red Man, The Pharcyde, Gangstarr and many others have all rocked CONART in movies, videos and advertisements. CONART has always been considered one of the realest players in the game. True to the art. The time has come for the originator to show the world that it is still all about the art.
Ever since it’s launch in 2002, KR3W has become one of the leaders in producing fashion forward yet exceedingly functional skateboarding clothing. The concept and style of each design is greatly influenced by their talented team of professional skateboarders and musicians that include Chad Muska, Erik Ellington, Jim Greco, Steve Aoki and more. KR3W is especially recognized for incorporating music, lifestyle and pop culture icons into their pieces as well as producing several signature items each season to represent many members of their team.
IM King is not only a collection of avant-garde clothing, but is an ideal way of life, inspired and motivated by the support of its followers. IM-King is based on the intent of proper dress and demeanor. When kings ruled the world they not only held power and prestige, but always maintained an immaculately pristine image. In this modern kingdom, everything is up to your imagination. You make IM King.
Adapt Advancement Cooperative is a clothing company. We recognize and represent the ideas of positive change and personal advancement. We love music. We are passionate about aesthetics, concept, and design, and hope to reflect these things in the garments we produce.
Two In The Shirt is a fresh new company with a focus on bringing tastefully provocative clothing to the forefront of fashion. The name ‘Two In the Shirt’ is derived from the acronym T.I.T.S., which is quite fitting considering the nature of the clothing itself.
SF-based Upper Playground sells Contemporary Urban Wear made by world famous artists, designers and graffiti legends.
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