Welcome to Cool Pants. Here are 3 things that happened in streetwear this week:
1. STAR TRAK x BBC
SIMPLY FIRE. An iconic logo inspired by an even more iconic logo. If anyone has some Star Trak singles in their vinyl collection, you know what I’m talking about. Star Trak was the record label of The Neptunes...aka Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo back in the 90’s. Pharrell, co-founder of streetwear brand Billionaire Boys Club decided to bring the logo back, splashing it on some very simple black and white pieces. There isn’t much to this other than a whole lot of nostalgia that may make it worth the cop. Link in HERE if your feeling it.
2. THE DROPCAST
THE PODCAST. Ever just want your streetwear news main-lined into your ear holes? Look no further. High Snobiety’s THE DROPCAST gives you a weekly look into the world of fashion alongside some of the most prominent journalists in the game. They break down everything from the latest fashion shows, to the most niche of drops. Definitely worth checking out. Check the latest episode below.
3. MAGIC STICK
That's it for the week. See you in 7 days.
NO WE AREN’T TALKING 50 CENT. Japanese brand ‘MAGIC STICK’ just put out a pretty interesting collection. The Fall/Winter 2018 offering is called “MEANS NOTHING” and the pieces are mostly workwear in style. Drawing inspiration from punk & hip hop music (standard) and certain aspects of military garb, this rangy collection is worth having a look at. Link HERE.
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