We’ve come together with CLAE once again to proudly present the Bradley Mid sneaker, a brand new silhouette that embodies the street-meets-luxury space of the sneaker market. Last year we teamed up together for the camel-colored Gregory SP collaborative. This time however, this latest project brings an understated all-black approach to a timeless mid-cut model. Sporting a monochrome “Night Moves” colorway, the Bradley Mid is fashioned from luxurious oiled suede with leather linings — the uppers sit atop a durable cupsole platform, while the white ankle collar is built from neoprene for a slight contrast.
Limited to only 500 pairs worldwide.
Join us as we celebrate a special collaboration between two California brands; Publish Brand and CLAE.
We cordially invite you to the official release event for “The Natural State Project” in Los Angeles in celebration of our special footwear collaboration. Enjoy a night of tacos, beer, drinks (by @Jarritos and @ElJimadorTequila), and vibes by Jah Cousteau.
Clae Flagship Store
5455 W Pico Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90019
Thursday, April 30th 2015
Time: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Please RSVP to RSVP@PublishBrand.com
We hope to see you there!
While the team is out in Hong Kong checking out the KAWS “CLEAN SLATE” Exhibition at Harbour City, we got to check out the KAWS “Man’s Best Friend” Exhibit in Los Angeles at the Honor Fraser.
Back for the third time (through October 31, 2014), this recent work takes the familiar silhouette of famous cartoon characters. The exhibition features paintings, drawings and sculptures rendered in bright colors on canvas stretched over wood panels.
If you are from the Los Angeles area, you should definitely swing by this FREE exhibit!
TUESDAY — SATURDAY
10AM — 6PM
2622 S. LA CIENEGA BLVD.
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90034
The Jogger Pant is now a staple in most men’s closets across North America. Five years ago, this was not the case. The pants started as a mere concept that didn’t really catch on until about a year ago. The men’s pants category has been pretty stale with only a few options. The Jogger Pant gave men an exciting new option to look cool and feel good. The overall key to the pant is the cinched cuff. This allows for free movement and being able to show your footwear in a clean way. With the resurgence of running shoes worldwide, the Jogger Pant quickly caught on. Everyone was buying Roshes, Air maxs, Gel Lytes, and Discs to wear with their Joggers.
So what is the future of the Jogger Pant? Where is the evolution? Above is a sneak preview into the next creation called the Legacy Jogger. These pants are built for your everyday life. They includes an extended ribbed cuff, DWR stain proof and water resistance, and 2% stretch for extra comfort and mobility. The Legacy Joggers are set to release at accounts worldwide on May 1st.
Check out the full article on the Hundreds Blog.
Daniel Arsham is a fresh american conceptual artist who is current showing his latest installation entitled ” Kick the Tires and Light the Fires” at OH-WOW in Los Angeles. Arsham is quickly becoming known for his unique sculptures and two-dimensional work.
Arsham takes nostalgic everyday items and appiles a very specific process of rock and minerals including quartz, volcanic ask, obsidian, and glacial dust ash. This process gives off a questionable end result. Are these pieces from the future or past? Have they been calcified by the world’s end or are they antiques being restored? All these questions leave the viewer in awe and excitement. Take a look below from the opening night of the show…
Benny Gold is widely known for his authentic and well-crafted graphic design. He has created an in house brand with a cult following like no other. Naturally, with a love for California, we have teamed up with Benny Gold to create a very unique and extensive capsule collection.
The concept behind the collaboration is to create pieces that would translate in both climates of Los Angeles and San Francisco; birthplace of both brands respectively. Benny Gold’s custom Fog Camo pattern was created to reflect the nature of San Francisco’s foggy climate. We have taken Benny Gold’s custom Fog Camo pattern and creatively placed it throughout the entire collection.
“Brand New In Box”
PUBLISHED GOODS: BNIB: LOS ANGELES
It was a beautiful day in sunny California and I got a chance to hangout with the storeowners of BNIB Alex and Jamie as well as their dogs Obey and Sis. I sat them down for a little Q&A. Alex and Jamie recently purchased an old truck and turned it into the first mobile shoe slangin machine. This crafty concept allows them to sell their products anywhere they go. You may have spotted them at the Well-Connected sale in DTLA this past March. The truck definitely stirred up a lot of conversation!
Names: Alex & Jamie
A: Storeowner by day, muck rider by night.
J: Storeowner and all around good guy.
What is your home base?:
A: Los Angeles
J: New Jersey
Brands you are wearing:
Shirt: American Apparel
Shoes: John Varvatos Converse
Shoes: New Balance
Favorite thing about your city:
What was the first designer piece you bought?
J: Tinker Hatfield-Nike Air Jordan
Who is your dream footwear brand collaboration?
Both: New Balance
What’s the one thing you can’t live without?
A: My Bicycle (Sorry Obey)
J: My dog (Sis)
What inspires your style?
Casual or Formal Wear?
What’s your favorite hang out/go-to spot?
A: The streets of LA on my bicycle
J: The Standard Rooftop, we should throw a BNIB x PUBLISH pool party!
J: The Band Hockey- Anything For Them
Both: We’re living it!
What’s the last thing to disgust you?
A: A total babe
J: A brand new, in-box pair of shoes.
What trend do you want to see die?
A: The Jersey Guido
What’s the most common statement people make about your style?
A: Peg legs, old guys always say, “I used to do that in High School.”
J: Nice shoes
Lastly, are there any questions you have for me?
A: Can I get you a BNIB water?
Address: 2684 Lacy St. Los Angeles, CA 90031
This past Saturday, we had some very special guests drop by the Publish offices to pay us a visit. The homies Ryan and Asad (masterminds behind LA’s Soul Slam and Wonderfull events) stopped by with none other than the man of the hour himself, superproducer and world-renowned party igniter, DJ Spinna. Fresh off a flight from LAX (and a gig the night before at SoHo’s Submercer), Spinna was most definitely on his “no-sleep-swag” as he dug through the crates. Only this time, he was digging for fits rather than wax…and the crates were just cardboard boxes, but work with us here.
After getting laced with some pieces that he picked out, he had to swing over to the hotel for a few brief hours of R&R before taking the stage at The Echoplex for Soul Slam 8. The night was a massive success (as it always tends to be), with over a thousand people packed inside, dancing and sweating to the better part of Prince & MJ’s discographies, blended and presented as only Spinna can do it.
Keep up with DJ Spinna on www.djspinna.com and make sure to follow Footlong Development on Twitter at @FootlongEvents.
Words by: Plann B
Photos by: Maricel Sison
Three nights with two of the most influential entertainers of our time.
Kanye West and Jay-Z just wrapped up their long awaited Watch the Throne tour this past week with three shows at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. The concert received all positive reviews from the elevating stages, to fire erupting through the floors, and the amazing display of lasers. Mr. West wore a black leather kilt and white war paint, while Hov kept it pretty simple with his classic Yankee cap and American flag bandana. The two opened the show with H.A.M and ended the night with 10 encores of Night In Paris, breaking the record they held in Chicago of 9.
“We’re living our dream in front of you, Los Angeles. Know this shit is possible.” -Jay-Z
A new wave of hip hop has grown over the past two years to noticeable heights and the next next dons of music of music have began to emerge across the country. In Los Angeles, a young production team has recently came on to the scene with a name to match the mind- altering substance of their sound. L&X sat down with Rick Bricks and Axl Folie, collectively know as THC, in the location where it all started. To discuss the brief history of the duo that aims to live forever, and influence the generation of a genre.
They’ve worked with everyone from Kendrick Lamar, Nipsey Hustle, Dom Kennedy, Casey Veggies, and Overdoz, just to name a few. Be on the look out for this duo!
Head over to www.laxlifeandtimes.com to check out THC’s editorial debut featuring Publish gear!
Listen to this track “Forever on Some Fly Shit” produced by THC for the Nipsey Hustle mixtape “The Marathon Continues”