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TBC

September 18th, 2008

TBC have added 5 new designs to their range:

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Karmaloop news !

September 18th, 2008

More new gear at Karmaloop everyday! Thought you’d be interested in some of the new stuff dropping. Kicks from Rockport, Clothes from Levi’s, Tees from Karmaloop & secret drops from Crooks.

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You heard right established in 1971, Rockport is still rocking right into lifestyle culture with steezy footwear fit for use! Now available at Karmaloop Choose from the standard boat shoe in new color ways, patent leather high tops or metallic and suede sneakers.

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Karmaloop has a sick new t-shirt they created with Once Upon a Time representing Karmaloop’s presence on the web. The shirt was originally released at S.L.A.T.E., but due to a crazy response will they are making the shirt available on Karmaloop.

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The 686 x Levis Times Line Winter 08-09 Collection is based upon re-inventing, renewing and re-thinking technical apparel into something more than just a piece of clothing. The collection features a Winter Jacket, Cotton T-Shirt, and Knit Wool Beanie.

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Finally we got a wink at a super secret Crooks X Urist X Karmaloop collab coming soon. Peep the picture for a taste.

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180Ronin

September 18th, 2008

Design is love…that’s the motto. 180ronin is a team of designers whom like to think outside the box.

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Regardless the project or task at hand, 180ronin creates and brings unorthodox designs to the masses that demand to send a message or crave attention. From ninjas, robots to sexy pin-ups those are just the few subjects that invigorate 180ronin’s imagination to generate interesting designs for your wearing and viewing pleasure.

By not following the normal traditions of everyone and just doing what they love, 180ronin will travel from client to client not to serve but to execute whatever message he/she desires to display for the public eye. Design is love and love is what 180ronin juxtaposes into their work.

410BC

September 18th, 2008

410 BC just released their new fall line which is proving to be their most exciting collection yet.

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Collaborating with a slew of new designers, their new designs represent a wide range of different styles that seemingly anyone can wear.

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They’ve also started designing skateboard decks which are appropriately, horror inspired (for Halloween of course!) Another new item you’ll see in their store is embroidered fitted caps with the 410 BC logo and wolf design.

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Right now they’ve only got one colorway up - purple, but check back soon for other colors.

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Last but not least is the addition of jewelry to their product line.

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So far they have acrylic and sterling silver necklaces available online.
As if all the fresh new products aren’t enough, 410 BC is also launching their completely redesigned website later this fall.

410 BC

The site will be launched within the next 2 weeks.

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410 BC

410 BC

11After11

September 18th, 2008

This is their new series collection. In this series, they are trying to make the graphic more playful and fun.

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The classic Graffiti Logo, I heart 11:11, Paper Rock Scissors and Robber Man come in different colors and they will be available on Sept 20 in Hong Kong and in selected stores world wide !

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Flannel Shirts by Burton

September 18th, 2008

These street pieces are inspired by Burton’s Riders style on the hill.

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Burton’s new fall collection of flannels available at Flagship Stores !

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Carhartt x Eric Elms

September 17th, 2008

Carhartt x Eric Elms

Arriving at FUSShop today is the latest from Carhartt.

This seasons range is looking amazing, working with some great designers.

Our Favourite from this season collection is the work of Eric Elms aka Eric Adorn.

Eric Elms is a New York based designer and artist. Working with the likes of Supreme, Obey, Stussy, aNYthing and many more.

Carhartt x Eric Elms

Also the Plaid Shirts are looking great available in Blue, Red & Grey

See the rest of the range HERE

Carhartt Plaid

Monsieur T.

September 5th, 2008

Become a Fan of Monsieur T. !

Ugmonk

September 5th, 2008

Ugmonk

Ugmonk was established in 2008 by Jeff Sheldon. With the market being oversaturated with complex, crazy designs, Ugmonk’s mission is to provide simple yet fresh designs through various products.

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All shirts are printed on super soft American Apparel and are available in Men’s and Women’s sizes.

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They are 100% manufactured and printed in the USA.

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PopJunkie Design

September 5th, 2008

PopJunkie Design

They just released their Fall line and are introducing a ton of great new products to the PopJunkie collection.

PopJunkie Design

Check out their new shirts, jackets, clocks, totes, and pillows!

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PopJunkie Design

Boost Mobile’s $1/Day - Live Painting !

September 4th, 2008

An exciting Boost Mobile event happening at Karmaloop on Saturday, September 6 from 12noon - 4pm!

Boost Mobile, as part of promoting their new $1 a day chat plan, is sending members of their artist collaboration (infamous graffiti artists Retna, Saber, Revok, and Ewok) to give a live painting demonstration at the front of the Newbury Street store.

The four artists will be at Karmaloop giving away and signing posters. In addition, there will be a reception and the DJ Stylings of Red Foxx.

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Ewok
Born in Memphis, Tennessee raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin for most of his life, George joined RVCA in 2003. In 2004 he relocated to the RVCA headquarters in Costa Mesa, where he now works in their on-site studio and has officially become a California transplant. His artwork is a tedious mixture of hand and computer illustrations, where he tries to create a balance between classic and modern styles in his art. His pastimes include dining out with friends (especially Indian cuisine), watching the Packers and watching the box set of the “Leprechaun” movies.

Saber
For over 15 years SABER has used the urban landscape as a monumental canvas influencing local street art styles the world over. In 1997, SABER painted the world’s largest street art piece on the cement banks of the Los Angeles River. Measuring 250’ x 55’ and using 125 gallons of latex roller paint, this massive expression of raw street power is considered one of the most important pieces in street art history.

Prolific and diverse, SABER’s work extends beyond his street art by catching the attention of the fine art world with his hyper real oil paintings of cityscapes. SABER is also noted for his ability to translate his work into three-dimensional sculptures collected by art aficionados and those that are part of the urban culture scene.

SABER’s work has contributed to the advancement of contemporary street art as a legitimate art form extending its reach far beyond its primary roots.

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Retna
When Los Angeles-based graffiti artist RETNA’s work first appeared in the mid-nineties, what made it stand apart from the rest was its unique layering. His color palette was so intricate, so carefully chosen, his pieces often looked to have been daubed on with a paint-brush. Quite the achievement when you consider he was painting on walls, trains, bridges, and freeway overpasses in the black of night.

Frequently inspired by images of females found in magazines and corporate advertisements, RETNA is especially known for embellishing existing fashion advertisements overlaying a classic style that recalls Mayan and Egyptian hieroglyphs, and even Byzantine religious mosaics.

Since first making his name in 1997, RETNA has found himself in popular demand, especially in the music world. R&B artist Usher is a big fan (RETNA-fied paintings of Marvin Gaye, Sade and Miles Davis hang in his home). RETNA’s art has also appeared in pop videos for Kylie Minogue and Will Smith, and he appeared alongside Metallica at the American Music Awards, creating one of his signature pieces live on stage.

“Looking at pop culture and adapting it to a more classical style is what I am known for as an artist,” he says. “It’s something I learned to do on the street and I’m proud to now incorporate in my paintings.”

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Revok
The easiest way to get noticed in the graffiti world is to paint high-profile, hard-to-reach spots. But the attention doesn’t always mean respect: simply climbing a building and painting it means next to nothing if it’s not done well. Los Angeles-based graffiti artist Revok has been painting mind-blowing, seemingly inaccessible spots, with grace and style, around the country for 15-plus years now.

Subsequently, tales of his exploits have reached folklore status within the graffiti world. REVOK’s distinctive style has influenced countless artists, who have done their best to emulate his handiwork, forcing him to get more creative and broaden his stylistic repertoire. He has reinvented the alphabet several times over, giving his letters life and so much movement that they seem to jump off the wall.

This past summer, REVOK has spread his name throughout Europe, appearing at numerous festivals to paint for fans and onlookers. Now European writers can join their American counterparts in admiration of REVOK’s unparalleled talents. REVOK’s creative skills are also becoming recognized and demanded for in the advertising and marketing world.

LIVE PAINTING w/ Retna, Revok, Saber, & Ewok
Saturday, September 6th - 12noon – 4pm
Featuring: DJ Red Foxx - @ Karmaloop 160 Newbury St Boston, MA 02116 (617) 369-0100

Foot Locker and the Urban Music Awards

September 3rd, 2008

Foot Locker, proud sponsor of the Urban Music Awards newest category “Britain’s Next Urban Superstar” is searching the UK for new urban talent by bringing its nationwide search to Foot Locker, Cardiff on the 12th, 13th and 14th September from 11am-8pm.

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A unique, private recording booth will be installed into the Cardiff Foot Locker location for three exclusive days of auditioning for hopefuls reluctant to pitch their talent in front of shrewd judges. Instead, they can record their entry individually or as a group whilst checking out the latest sneakers fit for an urban superstar.

Synonymous with great music and fashion, the Urban Music Awards and Foot Locker are on a mission to unveil the next generation of urban music talent in the UK through this exclusive new search.

A selection of the most talented, and the most entertaining, auditions will be shown exclusively on UMA. Successful auditions could qualify for the televised heats, to be broadcast weekly on Flava TV - Sky channel 357, Channel U and Invincible TV online starting on 16th July.

The winner of the talent search will be presented with the coveted Foot Locker “Britain’s Next Urban Superstar” award at The Urban Music Awards ceremony hosted on 1st November, 2008.

The lucky competition winner to be crowned “Britain’s Next Urban Superstar” will be awarded a series of prizes to support their talent including £5,000, a chance to perform at the UMA’s, exposure on a television show, a 1 year recording contract, 12 month recording studio time, a music video, Foot Locker vouchers and, of course, a prestigious Urban Music Award.

Chor Bazaar

September 3rd, 2008

Chor Bazaar is an Indie – Indian – fused t-shirt label based in Brooklyn, NY, with firm roots in, India.

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Our designs are meant not just to be “cool” but to evoke memories of experiencing India, the India that our parents were raised in and the one that exists today. Both are far different but both are still very Indian.

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Umang, Chor Bazaar:

Our mission is to expand the Indian-fusion art form to another realm. Most have experienced this, “fusion”, in music and literature but have hardly seen this transpire into urban apparel. We utilize the medium of our graphic t-shirts to assist in creating an identity that stems farther than mainstream’s portrayal of Indian culture.

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We take great care not to exploit South Asian culture and deter from using kitschy or religious connotations, like the Om symbol and a deity with eight arms. Our shirts are designed to allow anyone to wear them without the dismay of the South Asian community.

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Curry is played out and there is so much more for us to project.

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Chor Bazaar adds a bit of fun and integrity to the idea of identity and culture.

Zu Boutique

September 3rd, 2008

Zu Boutique is here to pay homage to pop culture, forward thinking, and
hedonism through highly exclusive, lovely to touch, ultra fabulous graphic
tees.

Zu Boutique

Out of our deep love of Music, Movies, Vegans, Heathens and anything
else our self-indulgent hearts desire, we bring our shirts to those who
share our passions.

Danny, Zu Boutique:

“These tee shirts are literally not for everyone. Each tee we print is
limited to a run of 100 pieces and every shirt is subtly but visibly numbered from 00 to 99.

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Every month we will present you with new designs; but when a design is sold out, that’s that. It’s over. So if you like something, it’s best to go for it while you have the chance, before your savvy friend (or enemy) beats you to it.

Zu Boutique

Why all this? Because it’s fun to have something fantastic that no one else does. Don’t you agree?

To all those who DO know and were meant to: thank you, much respect and enjoy”.

A real label with fake bands

September 3rd, 2008

Formed by H.Tom Part, reclusive music collector and amateur musician.

A real label with fake bands

The t-shirts are the first phase in a 25 year project which will involve the creation of albums and music videos of bands who don’t “exist”.

A real label with fake bands

There is also a sub-label within tooobscure called toopolitical with more politically driven tees

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