‘The first episode of Cool Companies explores the inner-workings of Captain Fin. Captain Fin started in a garage is Oceanside, California, by Mitch Abshire, focused on “designing unique surfboard fins that feature performance based templates and art designed by the most talented of surfers and artists.” Now out of the garage and in to an 8,000 square foot warehouse (but still in Oceanside), Captain Fin has expanded in to making wetsuits, clothing, as well as a few awesome collaboration projects including a Captain Fin X Vans Shoe line.’
Here’s the men’s range from Brixton’s holiday 2014 collection, same basics goodness we love the line for. Great photography as always from one of the most consistent brands out.
Always happy to post the latest from Japanese label master-mind and their ever impressive bag and accessories collections. Here is the lookbook for the autumn/winter 2014 range; great styling, great locations, great bags… yup it’s all great.
Here is a look at the autumn/winter 2014 catalog from Manhattan Portage Japan. This is a great example of how stylistically advanced the Japanese markets are, they will take an existing brand that has a great product then pair it with exceptional styling and bam, instant hit.
Been a hot minute since we’ve posted anything from Pawn, back at it with this f/w lookbook which looks to be straight vintage Cali beach blasting chopper gold. Pawn always nails the biker styles with an attention to detail and this shoot is testament to that, click though for more.
Outs to the hometown homies Cake Supply Co. and their fall/winter collection, more DIY on-pointness from some good dudes. Film-shot lookbook and a nice run of street-approved pieces, stoked on the brand and how they’re growing, big up the Victoria hustle.
Great looks from JP label A Vontade for f/w 2014, variety in the presentation and a good mix of styles from urban chiller through outdoors-oriented. The photography here really hits the right note, a few shots especially.
Dope looks from Japanese streetwear vets Silas, all the right stuff for a f/w collection. New Ballys and Old Skools, done and done, lesson on how to compliment a line complete.