They can be described as the black widow of anyone’s wardrobe; something so small yet capable of a great deal of accomplishment as well as style destruction, and still, most people neglect attention to them more than that of a red-headed step child. No, this doesn’t mean that windbreaker onesie suits are coming back in
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Coal Headwear was started 10 years ago by friends who wanted hats that were more about style than logos. They’ve just unveiled their Winter 2012-13 collection in this special 10-Year Anniversary Collection lookbook video. See more at http://coalheadwear.com/
Nikita has just released their Fall 2012 Streetwear Lookbook. We’re loving all the long, slouchy, and striped looks from the Icelandic brand.
Burton is hosting an event for Fashion’s Night Out – a huge celebration of fashion taking place all over NYC. Stop by for music, food, and drinks!
What: Fashion’s Night Out at Burton Snowboards
Where: 106 Spring Street (at Mercer)
When: Friday, September 10th, 7-11PM
Shred-a-Porter shows you softgoods that let you bring a high fashion look to the slopes. The first trend covered for 2009-2010 is OMBRE.
The ombre trend made its debut for Fall 2007 and its still. Designers like Prada, Herve Leger and Alberta Ferretti have all used ombre in their lines.
This trend, which involves colors that gradually fade into one another, has finally hit the snowboard industry. Here’s a glance at few companies making use of this trend.
In this first Outerwear Trend Report we’ll take a look at what new brands and lines are on the scene for the 2008/2009 Season. Stay tuned as this series will continue with new installments bringing you all the trends for this season.
The North Face
The North Face certainly isn’t new to the outerwear market, but they have introduced a new line that a lot of snowboarders will be happy about. The North Face has always had very technical gear, but sometimes the styling wasn’t quite up to par. Enter their new Ride line. This line has new fits, prints, and colors that you’ll love and all those technical features you’d expect from The North Face.
Check out the new collection of eka fairtrade knitwear and accessories, designed by pro snowboarder Gilly Seagrave. I’m a big fan of the eka range and I’m never seen without my Heyworth ribbon beret. This season Gilly has been experimenting with some yummy new colours too, look out for new hats in plum, petrol blue and Gilly’s favourite wine red! Treat yourself or start your Christmas shopping early at www.ekawear.com