Aside from collaborating on a footwear project, Robert Geller’s involvement with Common Projects stretched into a full-fledged outfit, including cross-collaboration pieces such as a hat, trenchcoach, button up shirt, slim pant, razor thin belt, leather boots with removable spat and a suede weekend bag. The collection was shown off within a special lookbook, designed and shot by Peter Poopat and shown below. – Courtesy of Hypebeast
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What a great night. Cool photos. Hot watches. Cool people. Hot shoes. What more could you ask for?
All photos courtesy of Fan”Tom”
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- Jerome Mage presenting the watches.
- The 1805
- Hot shoes. Very March LA.B!!!!
- Not to be outdone in the hot shoe department, Jerome Mage dons this pair of cheetah oxfords.
Here are some nice undercover pics of Jerome Mage, Dimitri Coste and Alex De Vos at the Gallery Seven in Paris.
Jerome Mage is, of course, the Creative Director behind MARCH LA.B. Dimitri directed of all the MARCH LA.B videos projected on our good friends here in these photos. And Alex is not only a fine collector of vintage helmets, but is also the owner of the Gallery Seven, rue Bonaparte in Paris and the host of the MARCH LA.B launch.
Shots by Girl Friday.
one of my favorite brands, shipley & halmos, have launched a blog that has nothing to do with fashion. just a bunch of hand sketches. check it out.
The March LA.B inaugural party along the LA/Biarritz exhibition turn into a mad chaos around 10pm, blocking the entire Rue Bonaparte. The crowd was completely packed inside and outside, it seems everyone genuinely really enjoyed themselves and that is the most important.
We will post in the next couple of days more photos from the launch, here are some quick Iphone pics again.
The March LA.B launch in Paris went fantastic.
The turn around was realy stunning and the pictures from Dimitri Costes top notch. Here are some quick pics from my Iphone of the day before the launch, setting everything in place. One room was dedicated to the Neo-Second emperial style of Biarrtiz displaying a 1930′s tiger skin. the Other room was anchered in a more modern california mood with a vintage 1960′s Jacobsen chair. Large picture frames of Dimitri Coste photos in each room of the Gallery Seven.
A big thanks to Alexandre De Vos of the gallery Seven for hosting the Los Angeles/Biarritz Exhibit.
More pics to come.
Los Angeles-based Farm Tactics release a small selection of product to key accounts for Spring 2010. Of these items is a standout Field backpack, constructed from vintage materials that include a dutch military base and a top section created by a US Army gas mask bag from the 60s. Also featured is a scout bag constructed from deadstock 1940s Filson cloth with 50s military webbing along with a spare parts bag, all of which are made in editions of only 150. For those interested, all are now available through Unionmade in San Francisco.
Courtesy of Hypebeast
I was cleaning up my music folder the other day and pulled aside a few of my favorite covers. Unlike Andrea who has the Amoeba system all worked out, I rarely buy CD’s any more. Yea I will purchase some singles here and there from i-tunes but thats about it. In the transition from vinyl records to CD to MP3 downloads, the art has gotten smaller and smaller, while with the progression of art has gotten better and better. I wish i-tunes would give you larger art when you purchase a song. I guess that would make me happy.