The new indoor/outdoor space in West Hollywood carries the vibe of the understated luxury brand. After seven and a half years in business, picking up the 2012 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund award along the way, The Elder Statesman has finally opened its first brick and mortar store in its hometown of Los Angeles. For more information go to Coolhunting.com.
As Married To The Mob celebrates its 10-year anniversary, the Big Apple-based label introduces its Holiday 2014 collection. For more information go to Hypebeast.
Kate Spade co-founder Pamela Bell taps the potential of a well-designed T-shirt to empower and engage. For more information go to Cool Hunting.
Running apparel is—at last—making a widespread departure from neon color palettes and graphic design that appears to have been generated by a robot. For more information go to Cool Hunting.
Los Angeles-based streetwear brand The Quiet Life has ventured out to Vasquez Rocks, just North of Los Angeles to showcase its 2014 fall offerings. For more information go to Hypebeast.
Parisian boutique colette has teamed up with Billionaire Boys Club on a capsule collection to celebrate the store’s ‘Pharrell Week’. For more information go to Hypebeast.
San Francisco-based streetwear imprint Benny Gold has unveiled its 2014 fall collection via this lookbook titled “Albion.” For more information go to Hypebeast.
Having effectively eliminated all barriers to creating your own T-shirt, Snaptee has been a revolutionary platform for those looking to apply creativity into T-shirt form. For more information go to hypebeast.
Stussy present its “Rootz” capsule collection for Fall 2014. For more information go to hypebeast.
Manipulated characters from the iconic TV show land on T-shirts and tote bags. For more information go to coolhunting.