Monthly Archives: June 2011
From the Tokyo based Label-Bedwin and the Heartbreakers in collaboration with the iconic LEE Jeans label comes this crisp, clean, sleek pair of hot of the press Jeans. Features nice bright red and yellow stitching on the pocket with a BIG Red and White LEE tag on the top right. This collabro makes actually wearing LEE jeans hip and cool. Not like seeing Brett Favre in some old lady looking jeans on TV and not wanting to wear the brand. Oh, was that Wrangler? Oh yeah..it was Wrangler. Anyways, These Rock! If you want to get a pair better hurry on over to the Tokyo sites-bedwintokyo.com or deepinsideinc.com The news of these is new, but I bet they are selling pretty quickly. Since they come in a slim silhouette, these would look awesome with some high tops like some black/red Jordan 1’s or Maize Retro Jordan 13’s.
This is the trailer for HBO’s “How to Make it in America” Season 2, it doesn’t tell us much, but it does show us that the show is for sure coming back for another season! I was hoping it was coming back because it was fun to watch NYC street culture in an actual TV show. The show is pretty much like Entourage where sometimes its real and sometimes its fiction. Last year’s show had special appearances by Kid Cudi and skater Javier Nunez amongst other fledgling stars of the screen and street.
If you’re into fashion or street culture, this is the show to watch! Last year it showed Ben Epstein and Cam Calderon spending their last money they owned to make a pair of custom jeans to follow their dream to create the Hot new brand for all the hipsters and skaters to wear. They did get the jeans produced but ran in a whole heck of a lot of trouble along the way. The show also followed a street hustler trying to go straight by selling some sort of Jamaican energy juice, which had even more ups and downs, which were mostly down, yet pretty funny!
Looking forward to seeing what happens this year. Show is also fun to watch to see what everyone’s wearing from hard to find “Dunks” to slick pea coats & classic boots, and that’s just what the guys had on. Who knows what brands the girls were wearing, I’m sure they were pretty trendy..and the ladies were flocking to the stores to get the goods.
Yo, Yo, Yo, Hope you’re all having a great Friday night in the Cit-Ay! I’ve been surfing the web and saw my friends custom rhinestone clothing line coming up all over the place on the Japanese websites. They’re on sites in Japan selling everything from Kitson, Coach, 7th heaven, cia.maritima, Marc Jacobs and even Gucci and Prada!
Broke2Gear originating in Honolulu, Hawaii is all over the place in Japan. click on any of these sites to see the custom rhinestone clothing popularity explosion in Japan! Including: Men’s, Women’s and Kids custom rhinestone clothing. For more information check out broke2.com.
I recommend the Bob Marley Shirt or filling out the form and ordering your own customized Rhinestone Shirt, Jeans, hats and even shoes! Check out the LFMAO shoes in the Party Rock Video! Have a Great Weekend!
I’ve always wanted to write about street fashion, trends and cool stuff I see all around town and throughout the world. Thanks to inspiration from Tom at Broke2gear.com I now have this blog and will have fun letting you know about cool stuff happening things out in Hawaii. Or wherever my travels take me.
I’ll write something cool later this week. Right now-I gotta’ get to a meeting in like 10 minutes. Thanks
Today’s the start of a new way for you to find HOT and HAPPENING Street Culture, Trends, Fashion, Kicks and More! For many other ideas and cool stuff, check out my original website at sniperwells.com and click on HOT TRENDS. There you will find some pretty Cool stuff from the past 5 or so years. Now, I’m making it easier to access what’s happening in the future starting today! reply back anytime you like and I’ll hit you back. And if you have something HOT and Happening in street culture, email it to me anytime and I’ll write about it for you. See you in the street! Right now, I’m on Makiki Street in Honolulu.