The FUCT boys go abroad from Seattle to Bangkok for this fall/winter 2013 lookbook entitled Due In Time. Everything hype in a local setting as per the past few lookbooks from the label, from Mexico to Thailand this has proven to be a winning approach. These two preview images above highlight some of my favourite pieces from the collection, notably that mustard toque… a must have. Click through for much more from this lookbook.
FUCT recently visited Juarez to shoot this summer 2013 lookbook entitled Raging Bull, showcasing the collection of the same name. It features the same raw street feel we’ve come to know through recent FUCT promo shot in Seattle, this time translated down south. Graphic work looks great as always, another collection of must-haves from Brunetti + co.
You know we can’t not post anything FUCT, ya boys all #8ballworld over here. Spring/summer 2013 from the SSDD offshoot collection entitled ARMAGIDEON TIME, low end high from Erik Brunetti and JR Ewing, with the killer presentation we always expect. The many Budweiser appearances also stike a chord, KOB all damn day. One of the best lookbooks we’ve seen for the ss ’13 season thus far.
New goods from FUCT delivered to the Beasts, shot in-house for their online store. Pieces are dope and you know we feel the American Waste run, it’s all #8BallWorld ’round these parts. Only thing I’d say here is that it’s pretty transparent when HB throws a causal skateboard in the mix and gets the model to light a smoke… but hey, I’m a cynic.
JR Ewing’s 8BallGang is featured in these looks for FUCT‘s second f/w 2012 delivery, real Seattle goon styles. #8BallWorld 2013, I like the video animated by 8BallTony and scored by Keyboard Kid, who also just released his I Think I’m Santa tape (very based).
Fuct keep turning out the hits for the fall/winter 2012 season, this time releasing their collaboration with Seattle based Ebbets Field Flannels. The collab features a black and white wool adjustable back hat as well as the Belly of the Beast Grounds Crew jacket, both made in Seattle. Great to see the amount of play Ebbets Field has been seeing over the last while, well deserved.
If you follow the world (#8ballworld) of Fuct then you know that Brunetti and Coop get down of the regular. This time they have made it official with this ‘Coop for SSDD’ collection for the fall/winter 2012 season. Coop is a Los Angeles based artist whos style can be best described as Hot Rod/Pin-Up style. The capsule collection for the SSDD line is looking slammin, with some slick outerwear styles and a pillow to top it off. Stoked to see these two come together for this collection.
Part of the Friends You Can’t Trust collection, here is another Seattle lookbook from FUCT. Set at 619 Western, studios for low-income Seattle artists, we get more insight in to JR Ewing and Erik Brunetti’s #8ballworld vision for 2012, the best narrative going in streetwear right now… more after the jump.