Common Dust Collection 3 Drop 2 Lookbook


Melbourne's Common Dust come through with a fresh batch of graphic lead staples for their latest Spring 2016 collection. Citing 80's and 90's street culture as their main influences, Common Dust pull inspiration from skateboarding, music and art to inform their signature lo-fi, distressed graphics. The latest release follows themes from previous releases, sticking to a monochromatic colour palette throughout, with hits of red, blue and pink on the designs. Alongside short and long sleeve tee options, the collection is rounded off with a small seasonal headwear collection featuring embroidered branding and a selection of printed tote bags.

 The Common Dust Collection 3 Drop 2 release is available now over on the brands webstore. 


HUF Spring 2015 D2

HUF Spring 2015 Delivery 2 Lookbook


 HUF hit the racecourse to showcase their latest offering from their Spring 2015 collection, as photographer Brian Kelley follows models Thadius Williams, Justin Owens, Danny Salgado and Patrick Franklin as they try their luck on the horses.

The latest release continues to place a high importance on construction and material, brining us gently into the warmer weather with several Californian inspired styles and prints. There is of course the staples but there is much more of a focus on cut and sew pieces including light weight jackets and short sleeved shirts, with several key pant styles from their ever improving line. With key pieces that include the Classic H baseball jacket, white embroidered baseball jersey and Tropicana short sleeved shirt, the collection also features a bevy of new headwear releases and also key footwear styles that compliment the apparel offerings. Utilising several custom print stories throughout including dots and bandana pattern, the colour palette is fairly subtle using lots of white, blues and sand colours.

The HUF Spring 2015 Delivery 2 release will be available at the usual stores including Urban Industry and The Chimp Store shortly.


Palace Spring/Summer 2015


In one of the most highly anticipated drops of the season, Palace give us a glimpse of what to expect from their Spring/Summer 2015 collection, which also sees the brand re-launch their website for the release.

I’m sure the internet will be going into meltdown when the collection launches tomorrow (Friday 13th of March), although this is mainly down to the hype around the brand, the Spring/Summer release further reiterates why Palace have got to where they are today and is a solid representation of the brands growth. Focusing in on more technical outerwear pieces, the Spring/Summer 2015 collection sees Palace step away from their more graphic based staples and rather concentrates on providing more considered, functional garments that serve for skating just as well as for ‘hitting the pub with your mates’. It’s a far cry from the brands initial t-shirt line, but from its humble beginnings up until now, the brand has continued to maintain their recognisable style.

There is a great mix of outerwear, from lightweight nylon windbreakers to more heavyweight wool bombers, all of which are 100% British made and give consideration to the British ‘summer’. From what we can see from the visuals, the collection is rounded off with some strong graphic based long-sleeves and headwear options, from 5-panels to beanies.

Off the back of their nostalgic sportswear release with Adidas the last year, in which we were beginning to see glimmers of how the brand was planning to develop, we see Palace really step up operations not only through the clothing they produce but as a clothing company. Known for their experimental graphic pieces, they have successfully channeled their creativity into new ventures, in particular cut and sew, offering high quality clothing with a large sportswear influence. As a UK based site its inspiring to see a London skate brand grow and be recognised and widely respected worldwide, simply by doing something they love and supporting those around them. Their latest release continues to bring the brands unique aesthetic that encapsulates British style and fuses it with UK skate influence.

The Palace Spring/Summer 2015 release will be available from the brands web store –, from Friday the 13th of March.

Image source – I-D


Brixton Spring 2015

Brixton unveil the latest visuals for their Spring 2015 collection, both of which perfectly capture the laid back aesthetic of the California based brand.

The latest instalment from Brixton is much of what we have come to expect from the brand, revisiting themes that we have seen consistently season after season to offer up a well balanced collection that gives quality in construction, muted earthy tones and relaxed styles, representing the relaxed culture of America’s west coast.

The collection ranges from the staple selection of tees, long sleeves and a vast array of headwear, to more technical cut and sew pieces in their button down shirts, comfortable chino trousers and light jacketing options. Exploring new materials and patterns, the brand holds back on loud graphic and colour applications, rather focusing on producing more timeless pieces that will look good all year round.

The brand embodies the music, people and culture that surrounds them, and they make those influences clear in their designs and more notably in their visuals. Accompanying their still imagery is a short video lookbook which features Californian brand The Rooms, again showcasing the garments and also relaying what Brixton as a lifestyle is all about. Brixton continue to stick close to their roots and what they know best, effortlessly delivering refreshing, easy to wear clothing that doesn’t cut corners in quality or fit.

The Brixton Spring 2015 collection will be available in the UK this week at the following retailers

Urban Industry 



Dark Circle SS14 – Drop 2


One of the most exciting brands in the UK right now – Dark Circle release the visuals to their second drop for Spring/Summer 2014.

Having recently come back after 3 years of absence with their first drop of the season, the brand has returned with another strong release focused on clean design and menswear style cuts. Their latest drop consists of a range of graphic tees and hoodies, 5-panels, bucket hats and snapbacks, as well as cut and sew items crafted at the brands in-house Birmingham based factory.

Check out images from the collections accompanying look book above. The Spring/Summer 2014 second drop is available now at and the brands Birmingham pop-up located in the city centre. The collection will be dropping at selected retailers from the 1st of August including Brighton’s Krusoe Store.

Stussy Spring 2014 “Inglan is a Bitch” Editorial


Street wear giants Stussy come together with London creative agency Peach Fuzz to produce a Spring/Summer editorial reflecting inner city living.

Celebrating coming together with friends and making the most of the Summer months, Peach fuzz provide a unique British take on Stussy’s latest offering. Inspired by UK subcultures and this years good vibrations, the editorials laid back styling showcases the product as they would be worn, whilst the back drop highlights the dreary conditions of London living.

Check images from the awesome editorial below and be sure to visit for more information or to purchase from the latest collection.

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Vault by Vans x Stüssy Collection for Spring 2014


Two californian legends celebrate their rich heritage with a Vault by Vans X Stüssy collaborative collection this Spring.

The iconic brands stay true to their roots in skate and street wear fashion in a collection that showcases their unique, South Californian aesthetic. The release features classic Vans silhouettes such as the Style 36 LX which takes design specs from the Old Skool, the Era LX and Sk8-Hi LX. The shoes adopt original Stussy prints not seen since the 80’s and 90’s, including the Tom Tom, Stüssy Bones and 8 Ball prints, all finished with high levels of detailing.

The Vault by Vans X Stüssy collection is available from June the 16th at all European Stüssy chapter doors, as well as Vault by Vans stockists. For more information on the release visit