The California-based apparel brand crossed $1 million in sales in its first year in business and is opening its first store in Los Angeles.
The brand pulls references from surf, skate, moto and the kind of sullen attitude imbued among punks into crafted men’s wear offerings.
The collection was made exclusively for the two retailers ahead of the company’s sneaker launch and ramp-up in more custom work.
The Los Angeles ready-to-wear brand has linked with Dogtown Skateboards, Ocean Pacific and Vans for spring.
The vintage military upcycler will show product at Maxfield made in collaboration with Fear of God, Just Don and others.
The shop-in-shop puts a new spin on the traditional routes of selling basic concert T-shirts.
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