On the eve of Air Max Day, Underline decided to focus the latest installment of our The Complete History series on the universally known Air Max 1. Introduced way back in 1987 by the legendary Tinker Hatfield, the Air Max one has grown to become on of the most recognized silhouettes in the industry and has been the inspiration behind an abundance of other Nike sneakers. Join us, as we explore the journey of this revolutionary product…
London-based brand Thames continues to establish themselves as an up and coming skatebrand with their first release of SS17 collection. Created by Blondey McCoy, Thames is beginning to break into the skating industry after being featured in the store windows of Palace’s flagship store. Their latest drop features a variety of graphic t-shirts, flannels, pull-overs and a set a pants. Continue reading for more information and looks at the release… Continue reading “Thames release their first drop of the Spring/Summer Season”
CAMPED is a new social club at the UC Davis that aims to foster “an actual community for people that are interested and appreciate the streetwear culture. It’s not about who has the most expensive supreme piece on, or who has the most Yeezy’s. It’s about learning more about the culture that we support while giving back to the community through clothes drives and donations to charities.” Underline caught up with the CAMPED team to learn more:
The US alone discards 21 billion pounds of clothes per year. That’s the weight of 656,000 sperm whales. Which is about triple the amount of sperm whales there actually are. And their numbers continue to dwindle. But this isn’t an article on sperm whales or the degrading environment. Continue reading “Where Is Green Fashion?”
I ended up going to Japan for three weeks in May 2016. I had never been to Asia before, which was a fundamental reason for me in planning this trip, but I had known prior that Japan was getting it when it came to fashion.