Publish Brand is here to share with you Fall 2014 Delivery 1, our most extensive collection to date entitled “To Coexist.” The first chapter of this intricate collection shows a wide range of concepts and styling while keeping the design aesthetic that Publish Brand is now known for. The idea of the collection was to create individual garments that are strong enough to stand on their own but also live and breathe in harmony as one. The final outcome is something truly remarkable.
One of the items from that collection that standouts include the Magna pants. This moto inspired pants has ridge quilting on the thigh area along with a stretch twill material for movement and comfort. The Millo is a two-way zip satin bomber jacket with a very unique military mesh net overlay.
The Ash is a forward short sleeve hoodie with an elongated body that is offered in five amazing colors. This hoodie is a great piece for layering or to be worn by itself. To top off the collection, the Nolan cap is a 6-panel hybrid camper on a herringbone wool body. Look for the first chapter of “To Coexist” to release on Tuesday, August 12th at official Publish Brand retailers worldwide and at www.publishbrand.com
Publishers, thank you for being a part of something truly amazing! Because of YOU we reached the 100K milestone on Instagram. We wanted to celebrate with a bang and offer the chance for 50 of our fans to win a pair of Jogger Pants! Those who participated in the 100K Instagram contest, below are the winners!
Winners will be contacted within the next few days with further instructions on how to redeem your prize via Instagram Direct Message.
Japan Publishers we are excited to invite you to take part of our MONO Pop Up Shop at the flagship store for STYLES Tokyo.
STYLES is ran by B’s international, owner of X-Large, Milk Fed, and X-Girl. This location is very unique to Japan because not only does it offer clothing but lifestyle goods such as furniture. For just a limited time, the MONO Pop Up Shop at STYLES Daikanyama will be 2 weeks long from Saturday August, 8-17th.
Taking off the concept of boyfriend bottoms and applying to the ever so popular Jogger Pants, Publish Brand present the start of their women’s program called Issue. Issue by Publish is their approach on menswear inspired womenswear. To kick off the start of our women’s program, we are happy to present to you the first of many collections to come, Women’s Joggers 1.0. The worldwide popularity of the men’s version has spawned into a new category for the previous primarily all male based brand.
Women’s Joggers 1.0 is a collection that consist of 8 solid Joggers and features 2 color ways of our signature camouflage print with a dark over dye process. These bottoms have been engineered to fit the unique bodies of all types of women.
They are similar to the mens version of the Jogger Pants with a few updates. More spandex has been added to hug the curves of the body as well as add overall comfortability. The fit was made to sit low on the hips and features smaller pockets in the front and back. The pants are perfectly cinched at the ankle to give the classic Jogger Pants feel.
Take a step into your first pair of Publish Brand Women’s Joggers that will keep you asking for more.
Shop here for the full collection.
Jeff Koons is widely regarded as one of the most important, influential, popular and controversial artists of the postwar era. Koons pioneered new approaches and tested the boundaries between advanced art and mass culture. With close to 150 objects dating from 1978, Koons’ exhibition will be on display in New York at the Whitney’s Museum of American Art.
Photography by: Switttch
Here at Publish Brand, we are always churning out new ideas and designs today for tomorrow.
Trying to achieve a classic look, while exhibiting the edge of today’s modern aesthetic, is where the new polka dot pattern came to life. The ever so fashionable polka dot is definitely a timeless pattern used as far back as the late 19th century. With that in mind, the playful pattern is used in the “Lost in Paradise” collection to add chaos to a familiar look, featuring rectangular boundaries in a sea of circles.
This take on the polka dot pattern is definitely a staple in this summer’s collection. The t-shirts and tank tops are constructed of 95% cotton and 5% spandex to give these garments a cool, silky feel while adding that comfortable stretch. The jogger pants, shorts, button-ups, bucket hats, and 5 panels are made of the lightweight poplin material to ensure Publishers are not weighed down by heavy fabrics in the summer heat. All polka dot garments are available in black, white, mint, and navy.
This year for summer, our infamous Jogger Pants have gotten a touch of that summer time flair to add some character and style to your wardrobes.
Last spring, Publishers absolutely loved the ‘Colinson’ sweat pant jogger. Due to high demand, a similar jogger from the “Lost in Paradise” collection has been created to fit like the ‘Colinson,’ but features a decorative mesh throughout to give a different feel and look.
The ‘Johan’ jogger really stands out with its unique digital floral print on poplin material and Signature Jogger fit. The digital mesh was designed to capture that summer island vibe, adding a twist of modern technology.
Another jogger that is highlighted in our the summer collection is the ‘Damian.’ Double embroidered polka quills in dual colors float throughout the cotton pants.
Lastly, we have the ‘Julian’ polka dot jogger. Laced in spots, this pattern features rectangular shapes in a sea of dots. Constructed of the lightweight poplin, this playful print definitely takes an original and offers a new spin.
Whether it be the fabric, print, or detailing, these brand new joggers are definitely ready to play for summer.
Click here to view the “Julian” Jogger in all available colors.
The Publish.MONO collection is one of our most prized, as each garment represents an artistic representation of both classic and modern.
When we think of classic, we think black. Black is a shade that compliments anything and everything and has done so for as long as know. Here at Publish, we have taken a classic and combined it with the most modern cuts and styles to give Publishers something truly unique. This collection was inspired by today’s modern thought accompanied with the trending sport fashion. We have chosen the top 3 garments from the black collection to give you a closer look.
The 3 gauge knit ‘Endre’ is a particular cut sweater that features an over sized collar that can be worn over the head as a hood. The front panels are longer than the back to give the elongated look the MONO collection is all about. The knit makes the ‘Endre’ versatile for any sophisticated occasion while being comfortable.
A black favorite among Publishers from the MONO collection is definitely the short sleeve raglan button-up ‘Vaughn.’ Cotton poly solid blend completes the body, while the sleeves are made of mesh. This sporty inspired baseball jersey is hands down a top seller.
Of the many uniquely built garments from MONO, the ‘Gunner’ French terry raglan sleeve, offset jacket has to be at the top. Carefully constructed folds flow down the front for an abstract asymmetrical aesthetic. With front snap buttons, collar and cuff ribbing, and hidden pockets, the ‘Gunner’ is quite unique and definitely considered fashion forward in today’s ever changing trends.
The ‘Endre’ available here.
The black ‘Vaughn’ available here.
The black ‘Gunner’ available here.
Make your way to Seattle’s Underground Tour to learn more about this historic city. The basement passageways below was Seattle’s original ground level in the mid 19th century. An accidental fire spread destroyed 31 blocks of Seattle due to initial wooden foundation. Instead of rebuilding the city, the townspeople decided to build above the original ground level due to frequent floods from high tide.
Below is a portrait of Seattle before the town caught fire.
After the rebuild, a lot of merchants moved up to the new ground level leaving all the rubble behind. The underground is closed to the general public except for special occasions such as these Underground Tours.
After the rebuild some merchants operated on the new ground level but some decided to operate on the original level still. These glass panels were put in place to allow light to the underground. If you’re walking along the sidewalks and you spot some random glass panels, you know there is an underground passageway underneath.
The Publish.MONO Collection has definitely evoked some interest in our design concepts and rightfully so.
MONO exists to reflect how the difference of colors, or in this case, the lack of color, can allow two identical silhouettes to give opposing vibes.
Half of the entire MONO collection is in pure white with the 3M reflective logo to give this monochromatic set a pop of subtle intensity. The jersey and waffle mesh materials this collection is made of undoubtedly shows, as white is the best tint to see fine detail. Publishers have clearly selected their favorite white pieces from this clean collection.
The ‘Jaron’ is one of the Publisher’s picks from the white collection. Constructed of reverse French terry, this hoodie features two additional side zipper pockets, aside from the kangaroo front pocket.
The ‘Aikman’ was inspired by the football jersey silhouette. To enhance the sport vibe, the body is made of jersey mesh, while solid details at the shoulders and arms finish off that game-day look.
Lastly, the ‘Franco’ jogger is definitely a hit with the fans. The waffle bonded cotton poly blend makes for great detail that subtly adds character. The invisible slant pockets in the rear also give the ‘Franko’ a clean, polished look and feel.
The white ‘Jaron’ pull-over hoodie available here.
The white ‘Aikman’ mesh top available here.
The white ‘Franko’ jogger available here.