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Mr T, February 13, 2005 in superlists
Supply - Sydney (GoodEnough Japan, aNYthing, Head Porter, Japan Stussy, Silas, PAM)
Footage - Sydney (Nike, Bapesta, Adidas, NB etc)
Phantas - Sydney (Chrome Hearts)
SP1 - Sydney (Japan Levis remake vintage, Stussy)
Krispy Kreme - Sydney
Someday - Melbourne (Supreme, PAM, Silas)
Niketown - Melbourne
Stussy - Melbourne
I put his brains all over the street sos u could see what he was just thinkin
Malaysia - Kuala Lumpur
Showroom - www.showroom.com.my
Miz - 29
streetwear is a new "branded"
Edited by SuperCassette on Mar 2, 2005 at 01:33 AM
Span of Sunset
just to name a few...
When in London
Egg Kinnerton St
B Store Conduit St
Maurice Sedwell Savile Row
Cecconni's New Burlington Gardens Not a shop but amazing food..
Mont Blanc Burlington Parade
Macintosh Burlington Parade
Cutler and Gross Knightsbridge
Thats all there...
When in Japan
Terminal Daikanyama Thats cause Izumi owns these and he kinda kool!
KBS Mie-Ken best sneakers rivals even my collection haha!
Standard Workwear Vintage Kumamoto Amazing they have an old shell of an Airforce Jet and Over-Super Sized Denim they obviously paid numerous trips to Pasadena back in the day! But still a slick store....
Loads more always doing it.....
Some of L.A.'s Best Kept secrets... Shopping when you have daddy's Credit card and if you wanna see Paris Hilton shopping then check these bd ass fashion meccas:
_________ [deleted by admin]. there are so many better shops in devon and cornwall. There is a nice shop up the road from soul life in plymouth called flatspot which sells Nike sbs, stussy, perks and mini, stacks etc
Edited by mr bob harris on May 5, 2005 at 01:00 PM
Edited by Administrator on May 13, 2005 at 03:24 PM
ONE OF THE BEST FIRST POSTS IN WEEKS....
SHIT IS WACK
true value vintage
golden age collectibles
LOS ANGELES -all ends covered...
Brooklyn Projects (Melrose)
Union / Stussy / UNDFTD (La Brea)
UNDFTD (Santa Monica)
Giant Robot (Sawtelle)
Hot Rod (Westwood)
thehundreds is huge.
HUF (TenderNob/Hayes Valley)
Recon/NORTsf (North Beach)
Double Punch/Ningyoushi (North Beach)
Silverstar (North Beach/Chinatown)
Upper Playground/Fifty24 (Lower Haight)
Stussy (Upper Haight)
True/True Sole (Upper Haight)
Kid Robot (Upper Haight)
FTC (Upper Haight)
Shoe Biz (Upper Haight)
510 Skateboarding (Berkeley)
Marcus Books (Fillmore)
... and all the foo foo shops in Union Square.
thought you was the next man
Mr Bob Harris you are another of the sheep and obviously don't know what you are looking at. The rad shop you like is Flatspot their website is www.flatspot.com if you've never heard of them before you can't be from Devon or Cornwall as they have been going for years. So many better shops in Devon and Cornwall so you say, I would like you to list them and I doubt if you could manage five. Nike SB's woopiedoo and Stussy for fsake are not exactly hard to come by. Flatspot definitly do some good stuff and they are doing good things for Plymouth but for you to slate SOUL LIFE for being crap just underlines the label hoare attitude that you must have. I advise you get your head out of your arse.
If you think Soul life is crap then you are saying the same of the companies and artists we represent. Soul life stocks amongst others, Alprausch, Banksy, Faile and Sickboy, Braveland Design, Brown Bubble, Camper, Fifty24SF and Upper Playground, Fly53R135, Hixsept, Howies, Monkeylikeit, Pure Evil, Ubiquity Records. Oh and we do have magazines but mainly free zines and some good books, tokion and arktiip are cool but they do cost a bit. You slate these then you really don't know what you are on about.
This is a tough one...not much in the DC area...
Relish (G-town) and in Friendship Heights?
Alex (Foggy Bottom)
Circle Boutique (Dupont) - small wonder!
Blink (G-town and Dupont)
Up Against the Wall (G-town)
Carbon (U Street)
Pop (14th Street)
Micmac Bis (Friendship Heights)
You were looking in Flatspot their website is http://www.flatspot.com They've been going for years didn't you know.
I don't think you are in a position to criticise when you obviously don't know what you are looking at.
What defines a crap store? Just because Soul life dosn't stock what you personally like doesn't mean that the store is bad. By criticising the store you are also disrespecting the work of the artists and organisations we have the pleasure of stocking.
Alprausch, Banksy, Braveland Design, Brown Bubble, Camper, Faile, Fifty24SF, Fly53R135, Hixsept, Howies, Kuldesac, Lazy Oaf, Monkeylikeit, Pure Evil, Putsch, Stolen, SuckUK, Ubiquity records, Upper Playground and much more.
I think the most ignorant 1st post.
I have to disagree, soul life is NOT crap. I'm origanally from manchester and now live in Plymouth, obviously there are a lack of decent shops in plymouth compared to cities like manchester and london. Plymouth is full of chain stores and when soul life opened I thought what a refreshing change somewhere different to shop, with a good selection of really nice stuff and reasonably priced. Also they have some lovely hand made jewellery. So sorry bob but coming from london I dont really think your opinion counts.
Actually I'm from Plymouth, but thankfully managed to escape. Flatspot is the only shop worth going anywhere near Plymouth for.
Edited by mr bob harris on May 5, 2005 at 01:01 PM
Few more in Melbourne....
Prime - st kilda/city....definately on point
Someday - moved to city? ...anyone know if they're open?
Flinders Way (rogan if you want it)
Fat (a lot of melb designers....gettin old tho)
Try it, you'll like it!
Edited by mr bob harris on Apr 18, 2005 at 10:21 AM
Nom De Guerre
Tent and Trails
Flea Market on 11th and A
greensboro, north carolina
we got nothing
norfolk , va
.......and THEN i pulled out.
Stella McCartney (Bruton Street)
Koh Samui (Covent Garden area)
Liberty (Regent Street)
Le Bon Marche
Fauchon (for food)
Comme des Garcons
Mars (silver jewellery)
Milk Fed @ Heaven 27
All the drugstores that sells Beauteen hair dye
In Hong Kong:
This is all random.......
are you hungry? try these.
theres more to come... so i hear.
OK, let's go to Paris!
Lazy dog - For finest T-shirts, books, magazines, toys, street art... TOP shop!!!
Opium - Limited sneakers... miam!
Sneakers fashion - Huge range of good shoes
Tokyoite - Rare sneakers and stuff from Japan
Ozone - Sneakers too...
Homecore - French streetwear
Colette - Books, toys, sneakers, high-tech, limited editions (pricey!!!!!), water bar (who cares!!), fashion girls!
Star cow - Rare streetwear and sneakers
Clery Brice - Sneakers again & again
Pretty Clothing - Vintage adidas and nike
Royal cheese - Streetwear
Street machine - Skate shop
and many others... let's hunt!
- rag republik 1 and 2
- serie a
- spielbar tragbar
- apartment 20
- ludwig beck
- bam bam records
- reggae town
check: www.wolpertingerclothing.com !!!
chrome hearts - a beautiful store with amazing gothic style jewelry
kidrobot - for all your vinyl toys and collectibles
a bathing ape - bathing ape flagship store, first in US
alex streeter - awesome jewelry
barney's co-op - nice clothes
yellow rat bastard - interesting store and pretty nice clothes
supreme - limited shoes and interesting clothes
stussy - clothes, i especially like their hats
recon - sells 'billionaire boys club' line of clothes
maxfield - department store with a variety of jewelry
necromance - sells a number of oddities, known for carrying hide's line, the dead jrocker
vivienne westwood - pretty popular line, very intersting jewelry, especially the rings
crazy pig - another jewelry place, with some niiice zippos
Leonard Kamhout - amazing jewelry, veeery expensive though
Van Amburg Leathers - does amazing work with very exotic leathers. a visit to this shop and you can say you have an elephant, kangaroo, hippo in yoru back pocket.
as you can see i like jewelry, especially the really chunky silver kind, none of that pansy diamond and gold nonsense.
anyone have any more info on SP1 in Australia? Deatils about the shop, website, address...
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