Century Palm has announced a Canadian tour in anticipation of the release of their new EP “Meet You.” Which will release on March 10th. Century Palm was initially formed by vocalist/guitarist Andrew Payne in 2014 following the dissolution of Ketamines, a cult favorite garage-pop band founded by bassist Paul Lawton that featured 3/4ths of the eventual members of Century Palm (Lawton, Payne, Penny Clark & Jesse Locke) in one or other of its various iterations.
2017 Appears to feature one of the biggest collaborations in recent memory. The collaboration between Louis Vuitton and Supreme has built up plenty of anticipation and represents the growing influence of streetwear in high fashion. While we wait anxiously for the release, let’s take a look back at some of the most influential streetwear and high fashion collaborations to date.
Fresh off his debut album titled by the same name, NAV is poised to have a big year in 2017. After increasing his exposure significantly in 2016 by appearing on the Travis Scott song “Biebs in the Trap” the pill popping Soundcloud rapper came out strong on his first studio album.
Japanese label visvim flexes their considerable design chops for their Spring/Summer 2017 collection, drawing inspiration from an eclectic combination of sources. From 50’s Havana to Hokkaido, Nakamura demonstrates his trademark ability to craft a collection with one foot in the past and one foot in the present. Featuring outerwear, denim, knitwear, and a variety of accessories, visvim’s tour-de-force continues in stride.
It’s difficult to write anything about denim that hasn’t already been written countless times before. Denim is something special, an icon of modernity and somehow, simultaneously, a throwback to a bygone era. Deeply engrained in our collective cultural consciousness, denim’s history is closely entwined with the history of the conquest of the West, and the birth of the American Myth.
At this past weekends Golden Globe Awards Evan Rachel Wood captured our attention with her choice of attire at the prestigious event. Instead of opting for the typical glamourous dress that so many actors do, she chose a custom fitted Altuzarra suit as a tribute to David Bowie, Marlene Dietrich and Victor Victoria.