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Krusoe Winter Editorial

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Towards the end of last year we were asked by Brighton based streetwear, menswear & lifestyle store KRUSOE to produce a short editorial for their Winter collections.

It’s been a hugely progressive year for the young store, who have managed to build on their humble beginnings and add some of the most exciting and respected brands in the market, something that is great to see in our native city. Now stocking the likes of Beinghunted, Satta, PRMTVO, Wig Wam socks and Born x Raised, which sit next to timeless brands such as Wood Wood and Dickies, the store definitely has a strong sense of direction and offers an alternative to the highly saturated shop fronts we find on the high street.

The aim of the visuals were to be relatable and to represent the general vibe around the store. We chose the relaxed surroundings of a minimal Brighton home to showcase key pieces from KRUSOE’s collections with model Ed McRae.

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Photography: Lily Brown

Words and Art Direction: Kieran Sills

Model: Ed McRae

Carhartt WIP FW15

Carhartt WIP Fall/Winter 2015 Lookbook


 Carhartt WIP team up with Irish photographer Joshua Gordon and British artist Tim Head for an artistic approach to their Fall/Winter visuals.

Continuing to develop the heritage workwear brand's street level 'Work In Progress' range, the collection delivers simplistic workwear shapes, updated for the modern wearer, offering quality, comfort and durability throughout. It's a diverse range which takes a focus towards the outerwear line, with various options including parka jackets and bomber silhouettes. Alongside the heavier cut & sew styles you will find more staple pieces in the bold graphic tees, camo print hoodies and casual checked shirts, as well as a small selection of headwear. The simplicity and minimalism of the clothing is reflected through Gordon's black and white imagery which is brought to life with the decorative scrawls from Tim Head, reminiscent of the Automatic Drawing style from the likes of Jean Arp, with inspiration drawn from the DIY hardcore zines and lo-fi aesthetic of the early 90's.

You can find out more on the brand and shop the latest from Carhartt WIP over on their webstore now. Be sure to check the interview with artist Tim Head on the campaigns art direction HERE



DEATHTRAP “North/South” Capsule Collection


London streetwear label DEATHTRAP present their latest collection dubbed “North/South”, a monochromatic offering inspired by the famous tagline “South of Heaven / North of Hell”.

Having debuted their inaugural collection in the summer of last year, DEATHTRAP, fronted by Prevalence Creative Co. designer Tom Winslade, has continued to develop its minimal, clean approach to casual streetwear design. The latest collection keeps it simple and aligns with the brands previous releases, comprised of streetwear staples that includes tees, long-sleeves, hoodies, all of which have been designed to be worn oversized. The monochromatic colour palette is reflective of the contrasting tagline from which the collection is inspired, with each piece available in black or white options.

For the visuals, DEATHTRAP have teamed up with London photographer Vicky Grout to capture the release in the brands natural city environment. You can shop the DEATHTRAP “North/South“ collection over on the brands website now.


ONLY NY SS15 at Urban Industry – Lookbook


Following up on our Dickies SS15 lookbook from earlier this season, we have once again worked closely with the guys at Urban Industry to produce this short editorial showcasing the latest from New York staple ONLY NY.

To us, the team at ONLY NY perfectly capture the nature of New York streetwear and represent an integral part of the cities youth culture. They draw inspiration from the landscape and their surroundings, incorporating sportswear themes to build a relaxed range of street ready clothing with quality in mind. Rather than taking the clothing away from the obvious themes, for this shoot we stuck closely to the metropolis vibe of the brand, shooting it against a city backdrop in North West London.

As for the release, ONLY NY continue to develop their range while aligning with the brands renowned aesthetic. With strong graphic pieces, a subtle colour palette and vintage sportswear informed designs, the Spring/Summer 2015 collection is another solid release from the New Yorker’s. The brands t-shirt selection in particular stands out this season, introducing new material applications and colour block treatments, giving a greater variety and more of a premium feel in places.

You can shop the full ONLY NY range at Urban Industry HERE. 
















PASS~PORT Spring 2015 Editorial


Here in Europe we are starting to see a lot more from independent, skater-owned companies coming out of Australia that are making waves on a global scene. With a unique approach towards design, avoiding the generic graphic prints that we see from every other label, Pass~Port are a breath of fresh air in the market both in the way the company is run and the product they are pushing out. They have strong sense of direction and an idea of where they want Pass~Port to go, doing it for the love of skateboarding rather than for the profits, the brand are at the forefront of the Australian skateboarding movement.

Headed up by Brisbane born Trent Evans, Pass~Port was born out of frustration with the current market offerings. Inspired by Australia’s rich history, experiences while travelling and a tight knit group of friends, Trent has also put together a strong team of riders that have continued to push the brand forward in all aspects. For Spring 2015, the brand continue to push out strong graphic pieces that reference numerous themes, a varied range of headwear and a strong selection of cut and sew including light outerwear options and casual shirting.

Enjoy our lookbook above, highlighting our favourite pieces from the collection. You can expect Pass~Port’s latest release to be hitting UK stockists including Parlour, Slam City and KRUSOE shortly. Be sure to visit for more information on the brand or to shop their current range.

















Imagery: Lily Brown

Words & Art Direction: Kieran Sills

Model: Joe Coward


Dickies SS15 at Urban Industry


Working closely with Urban Industry and Dickies Europe, we have put together a selection of seasonal looks from the Dickies Spring/Summer 2015 range.

With a heritage that spans almost 100 years, Dickies were, and still are, the go to brand for high quality workwear, offering functionality, durability and comfort in their construction. Recent times have seen the brand make moves into the streetwear and skate market thanks to the increased popularity of workwear styles, as well as their durable work pants being adopted by skaters for their reasonable pricing and ability to withstand the rigours of skating.

Their latest range offers a mixture of casual and smarter options, while the work pant remains the staple piece, reworked into numerous fits to cater to different sizes and looks. From basic t-shirts and sweaters to more stand out items such as the Honolulu shirt and Cedar Key Rugby Shirt, the offering is diverse and full of essentials that have withstood the test of time.

For the visuals we aimed to highlight the variety within range, showcasing a variety of looks and working around the brands popular work pant, dressing the styles up and down. We chose to capture the collection in an urban environment, reflecting how the clothing would be worn in an everyday scenario.

You can shop Urban Industry’s full Dickies range over at






















Imagery: Lily Brown

Words & Art Direction: Kieran Sills

Models: Dexter Daniels & Nathan Sutherland