California based skate and lifestyle brand, Stay Dirty has released their fall/holiday lookbook. The lookbook, showcases the brands latest collection of shirts, snapback hats, crewneck sweatshirts, beanies, and accessories. Stay Dirty’s fall collection will be available for purchase starting on October 3rd through the brand’s webstore in addition to authorized Stay Dirty retailers worldwide.
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While Christmas might not be for another 85 days, the people over at LEGO have been busy designing products for the upcoming holiday season, including their annual advent calendar. The toy, which is truly fun for all ages features a series of mini-doors which one opens daily starting on December 1st as a countdown until Christmas. With seasonal surprises including mini-figures and other LEGO accessories behind each door, the calendar was designed to tell an on-going holiday story all month long! Give the gift that keeps on giving this holiday season and pick up the LEGO Advent calendar online here.
The brand that can make your feet smile, Happy Socks, has released their “Chapter Five” collection. The brand’s fall release features an array of Happy Socks in a variety of styles designed with playful patterns. Step up your sock game this season and shop Happy Socks online here!
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Internet all-stars, The ATL twins, are the faces for aNYthings’ fall collection. The delivery, consisting of graphic shirts, snapback caps, oxfords and sweatshirts, can be purchased now through the aNYthing online shop. As for the infamous partners in crime, well they will be making their debut apperance on the big screen alongside A-Lister Selena Gomez early next year in the film Spring Breakers.
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The latest release from the America’s classic woolen goods manufacturer, Pendleton comes in the from of a set of laptop sleeves. The cases which have been designed with crisp seasonal patterns such as a brown and black checkered print along with a ruby and navy diamond print can be purchased now through the Pendleton online shop.
Founded in 2008, The Impossible Project started by saving Polaroid’s last film manufacturing plant with the goal of keeping the classic film style alive after the brand decided to discontinue the product. Since then, The Impossible Project has achieved a huge amount of success and continued to expand their brand to save other forms of film photography along with releasing a variety of fun products in the process. Recently, The Impossible Project has been working on a book titled, “101 Ways To Do Something Impossible.” The photo book shares with readers a variety of creative concepts on how to make the most of instant film photography while teaching the ammaturer photographer how to capture unique images using double exposure and image manipulation. “101 Ways to To Do Something Impossible” makes for a great gift for that super snap happy friend in your life and is available for pre-order through The Impossible Project online shop.
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French brand QHUIT has just introduced its new collection for Autumn/Winter 2012. View the entire collection here.
For Fall 2012, Stussy enlisted Real Deal Comix co-creator Lawrence Hubbard to take his iconic characters and bring them to life for an artist series of t-shirts. Not your traditional superhero story… Real Deal deals with “Urban Terror”. Crudely drawn, extremely violent and hysterically funny, the collection is vailable to cop here.
Dutch artist Parra, renowned for his vibrant post-Pop art and cartoonish designs, has extended his designs to Rockwell, his cult-status clothing line. Featuring a graphic range of T-shirts, jackets and sweats, the selection of Parra’s wearable art is available now here.
Earlier this year, legendary lifestyle photographer and hipster super-god Terry Richardson hosted his very first solo exhibition at OHWOW gallery in Los Angeles. Today, OHWOW announced the release of Terrywood, a book which features the work presented in the gallery along with behind-the-scenes photos and coverage from the gallery’s opening night. While an exact release date for Terrywood has yet to be announced, Amazon is giving something to hold the diehard fans over by allowing for pre-orders.
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