Entries in Stussy (13)
—01. Raif Adelberg.
—02. Wade Fyfe.
There are a few talented people around Vancouver, and we've been fortunate enough to get to know a number of them. This fall Stussy got in touch with us to help art direct and produce the first in a series of profiles that features friends and family of the global Stussy Tribe. Raif and Wade are great guys and it was fun to work with them on this series. Stay tuned for the last installment on the Stussy website for the last of the three personality series.
—01. A forgotten gem.
The International Stussy Tribe is an impressive brand that has transcending the decades and sub-cultures in a way not many brands ever could. This old video feature on the brand is great, and a nice reminder about why Stussy will always have a special place in our view.
—01. Black crewneck sweatshirt.
A couple of weeks ago Owen and I started working on a small project for Stussy. The international brand has played a huge role in the growth of streetwear and the way that collaboration has become a big part of the market. This Saturday, Stussy is launching a Canada specific range featuring simple, basic items such as fleece sweats, cotton tees, button up shirts and a hand-knit Cowichan sweater made by Canadian Sweater Company. I recently shot some looks for the small capsule collection and Owen will be producing a short video aspect of the project within the next couple of weeks.
I shot all of the images with my Canon F1 35mm camera. I used a mix of colour and black and white film for the shoot. I was mostly focused on using the black and white as much as possible, and I felt pretty good about how the shots came out overall.—Stussy
—01. Top items in the collection.
With the second installment of the Stussy x Neighborhood Boneyards project around the corner, we take a look at some of the best items in the collection. While some are simple, the two brands have definitely put their mark on them in a subtle and effective way. The Levi's jacket with leather sleeves is an obvious stand out and will probably be a quick piece to go - perhaps our Gastown neighbors will give us a sneak peak.