New FUCT @ Mishka

Mishka just received the first internet-visible delivery of FUCT for the season, a mix of the mainline and Japanese-made SSDD collections. As to be expected it’s all on point, especially the SSDD selections with the raglan at the top and the chore coat after the jump being my choice pieces. Cop quick if you like what you see, guaranteed not to hold size runs for long… click through for more highlights.

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Mishka Summer 2011 Lookbook


Mishka is back with a summer ’11 lookbook full of music notables, including the two featured above, Diplo, and Nathan from Wavves. Like most things from the NYC-based label, I super feel the art direction and styling, even though I probably wouldn’t rock most of the pieces. Mishka always comes correct with presentation and photography, and combined with their all-encompassing web presence and constant innovation you can’t deny their spot at the top of the steetwear game… click through for the rest.

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Mishka Holiday 2010 Lookbook

Its nearing that time again, the holiday season and with that comes holiday collections. Here is a preview of Mishka‘s holiday 2010 lookbook, titled ‘Prep School Goths.’ The collection is ‘cold and crisp’ with great looking outerwear, sweaters, tees, and accessories. The lookbook is shot by Elizabeth Weinberg who also shot the Summer 2010 lookbook. Mishka brings the darkness when it is needed most, the holiday season. Keep reading for more views of the lookbook…

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Mishka Fall 2010 Lookbook

Funny, I thought Mishka showed us their fall 2010 lookbook back here,¬†but I guess there’s a few new t-shirts and hats, and apparently they’re best modeled on this young lady. Whatever the case, leave it to Mishka and Ellen Stagg to bring the slightly-NSFW ruckus, and you have to respect the brand’s hustle, always doing things a little bit different… click through for more.

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Mishka Fall 2010 Lookbook

Mishka is the line I’ve probably paid closest attention to without ever really owning a piece (except for my AP collabo)… and while their actual goods may not be completely my thing, the line has so much more to offer. Mishka’s image control may be the best in the game; from their still-dominant blog through to the presentation of their seasonal lookbooks, everything is tight and succinct, a rarity for the scale on which the brand operates. The fall 2010 collection is no different, with a wide range of looks being utilized: graphic-tee streetwear, boots and flannel workwear, east coast prep, even skinhead styles are shown throughout this lookbook. I’m really feeling the hooded parka and the varsity jacket, perhaps this is the season I finally cop something… click though for more.

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Mishka Summer 2010 Lookbook

Mishka has just released this lookbook for their summer 2010 products entitled Too Much Too Young, shot by Eliz Weinberg on location at what looks to be Coney Island. As per usual the graphic tee game is on point, with a good selection of check shirts and hats mixed in as well. Mishka always has a natural feel to their lookbooks, with the models wearing the clothes easily, looking the part. Click through for some more choice shots from this collection.

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Mishka D.A.R.T. Spring 2010 Lookbook

Liking this makes me a hipster, right? Regardless of the connotations Mishka carries with them, their Death Adders Road and Track team has some nice swag, and always comes correct with presentation and style. Every season the D.A.R.T. line produces nice looking windbreakers, snap backs, tees, and accessories… plus the line seems to be continually expanding under the Mishka umbrella. This lookbook was shot by Andrew Temkin in NYC, and features fixed gear bloglebrity¬†Prolly… click though for more, and if you like, make sure to hit the webstore asap as this stuff never sticks around for long.

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Mishka Spring 2010 Lookbook

Shot by the phenomenal Marley Kate for a third season in a row, Mishka is definitely bringing the heat with their spring 2010 lookbook. Moving further away from traditional ‘streetwear’ than ever before, this presentation of the spring collection is entitled ‘Trailblazing Through The City With Just A Pipe And A Guide,’ and cements Mishka’s place as the leaders of their marketplace, keeping the graphic street edge that made them so good in the first place while further developing their cut-and-sew offerings. Personally I think the lookbook is as good as it gets: sharply styled, well shot, solid model choices, seamless backdrop transitions, and captures the youth energy that makes this product pop. Mishka is a huge favorite of ours, and I can’t wait to cop a few pieces for spring, especially from the Death Adders collection… click through to see the entire lookbook.

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