I absolutely love Threadless! Their newest creation, ‘Dissect the Frog’ Hoodie is one of my new favorites. The design was created by an 18 year old girl named Jessica Paquette.
A perfect accessory to show your commitment to your best friend or loved one. The Love Ring by Natalia Gomensoro is hand fabricated and made to order, just specify a size.
Tokyo based Nitraid fuse together two themes in their “Crazy Savannah” backpack. The patchwork style is fierce, integrating different Savannah-based animals; cheetahs, leopards, zebras and giraffes.
OBEY and Generic Surplus team up to create these comfy, mesh and plimsol kicks. Super basic and clean looking.
The one booth that caught my eye was SpiritHoods. Their style and persona were intoxicating, thus resulting in the more popular of the booths at Style X.
The Royal Plus was worn by some of basketball’s greatest players, and was equally celebrated and worn by pioneers of NYC creative/music cultures of that time.
An 8.9 magnitude earthquake has struck Japan, triggering a massive tsunami & leaving the country in a state of devastation. Show your support by purchasing the Help Japan t-shirt while keeping your fashion sense.
Bringing back a little of the old school with the new, the Timex Vintage Field Army Watch ($150) was created in partnership with J Crew.
The Maharatta Hooded Scarf, aka. Whiteout is based on vintage knitting technology that spun yarn in a way that created irregularities.