Monthly Archives: February 2018
Paigey Cakey Cookin’ Up Lyrics n Bangin’ da Beats
Who She is:
Paige Meade better known by her stage name Paigey Cakey is a British MC, Singer & Actor whose real name is Paige Meade. She’s from Hackney, England. *Note: You won’t find recipes for Gluten Free foods here, it’s just a line in the first video-Boogie
What She wears:
As you can tell, she likes Athleisure wearing big brands like Adidas, Ellesse, & Nike
She also digs bomber jackets, parka’s, oversized glasses, big earrings, & shredded denim
Hockey & Football Jerseys, sports Bra’s & Baseball Caps. Tongue, Ear, & Nose Piercings
Overall’s, Bandana’s, & lots of the color: black
Some ode’s to the 90’s with a lot of 2018 flair. Looks like with each video she keeps on trend with her fit
What she sounds like:
Her most popular songs are Boogie, Nana-feat. Geko and Down. Let’ check out some of her British Swagger, Swift rifts and Crispy Beats here:
Nana feat. Geko
What do you think of her style? Whatcha’ wearing this weekend? See you on the Streetz.
Sound the Sirens!
Raf Simons for Calvin Klein F/W 2018
Not sure, how I missed Raf Simons going to CK. Thought his own brand and latest Blade Runner themed Runway show was doing well for him. I suspect it is and he just wanted a new challenge. I do know when I was at DSMNY, Raf’s clothes came in one day and out the other, same with the kicks, Everything sold out very quickly.
I have a personal liking to this collection. In the late 90’s, I was sewing Orange reflective tape on to my shorts, jackets and pants. Was and still is one of my favorite accents.
Here are many of the looks with the Safety-Orange Reflective Tape used on the F/W 2018 clothing.
Orange and Yellow Reflective Tape Accents. Plus a pretty Rad-Raf long-faux Leopard jacket!
Here’s a few similar items I spotted at the Canal Street Art Cafe in NYC December 2017 The person working the cafe/store/art exhibition told me that Tommy Hilfiger’s younger brother: Andy, designed these jackets.
And a few of my things lying around the house. Not all with the reflective tape, but all with the vibrant orange hue!
See you on the Streetz…blog!
Fun Times on Canal St. NYC
A Trip to NY isn’t a trip to NY without a stop on Canal Street to check the Knock-Off Goods. If you were there in early February 2018, you could’ve scored some decent DIESEL or shall we say DEISEL Gear.
The Real Deal DIESEL set up shop along Chinatown’s Canal street during NYFY2018. For the first day, they acted as if everything was a knock-off. The 2nd day they let everyone know that it was really DIESEL. The brand received lots of exposure and hopefully some younger fans of the brand.
Prices were also inexpensive and sold on eBay for much more. ProTip: The DIESEL SITE says to check back on February 19 for a re-stock on the Goods! Check em out, you may be one of the lucky one’s to score some great deals on DEISEL! See you on the Streetz…blog!
On the topic of brands knocking off their own brands. Here’s Gucci with Guccy. I bet they sold a lot of these after the NBA All-Star Game 2018. Heard one of the announcers say something like this: Hey, what’s that shirt? That’s not how you spell Gucci
See you on the Streetz…blog!
Alexander Wang F/W 2018
Even in a standard cubicle setting, Alexander Wang’s Runway Collection is spot on. If you ever wanted to know what the AW Vibe is, this is it!
Multiple Silver Zipper LBD, my favorite
Leggings Like Credit Cards
Sunglasses cooler than the Kurt Cobain White Clout Goggles. These glasses will give you Some Real Major Clout!
Bella Hadid & Kaia Gerber
80’s Power Woman x 2018 Minimalism x Standard AW LBD
Anna Wintour & Cardi B
Four Times Square – the Old Conde Nast Headquarters, where AW was an intern at Teen Vogue & Vogue
Really Cool-Bangin’ Drumbeat Provided by M.E.S.H entitled: Inspired by A True Story
The usual Vibrant, Gallant AW jog at the end of the Show
Yohji Yamamoto Fall/Winter 2018/19 Menswear
Newest of the New Number Three
Streetzblog’s quest to find what to wear and what’s trending for Fall/Winter 2018/19 continues with the Yohji Yamamoto F/W 2018-19 Runway show.
Here we go:
Ultra-Baggy, Flowing, Layering
Skirts for men, Cropped, Wide legged, Exaggeration of Proportions
Colors: Black, Grey, White and Red
Suit Jacket x Street-wear x The Victorian Dandy
Textiles, Printed Imagery, Re-Creation
As Count Dracula would dress for a Black Tie Event
I tend to like Blacks, Grey’s and layering. Thus, this is one of my favorite Runway show’s for the Fall/Winter 2018-19 season. Very nice clothing. See you on the Streetz…blog.
Empire State of Kicks
Extra Butter released some sweet kicks earlier today (2/9/18) Nike Air Force 1 High & Low “NYC”. Nice Dark Blue Obsidian with Brilliant Orange swoosh and soles. With reflective velcro on the High Tops, matching the vibe of the City workers and Street Fashionista’s World-Wide.
The Back has a nice Firehouse inspired logo and you can’t miss the NYC on the front top. They come in High and Low tops. I for sure, prefer the High-Tops with the Reflective Orange and Silver Accents.
Here’s an up close look at the Fire House inspired logo on the back of the Kicks:
The sole has a bit of the Famed Pigeon Dunk flavor. My favorite 2 colors, the NYC Branding & the Reflective tape. Hope to get an email to get a pair. Fingers and Toes both crossed!
What to you think? Street or Take a Seat, let us know in the comments section. See you on the Streetz!
LANDLORD Spring/Summer 2018
There’s some really nice Punk/Camo on the web from this brands February 2018 Runway show in NY. So, I went to check them out and found this vid. Even though, it’s barely 2018, this is the older clothes than what I saw for W/F 2018. Will post some of that over the weekend. For now, here are the Highlights and Lowlights of this show.
- Nice Colorful Camos
- Black Military inspired jacket and pants
- Fun & Lively Soundtrack
- 90’s Vibe-Not enough 2018
- Cool minimal setting with nice lighting
- Cut Models
- Funny Criss x Cross belts with that just flopped around
- Too Much 90’s influence
- 90’s pants
- Had a bit of swearing in the music bed
- Annoying guy in pink shirt swerving his iPhone
Check out the video and let me know your thoughts? See you on the Streetz…blog.
The Crossover Culture B-Ball Kicks
The philosophy behind the Crossover Culture kicks is they are for all positions on the court. Since Big Men are shooting 3’s and dishing dimes. And shorter guys are rockin’ the rim with high-flying dunks, these shoes are made for everyone.
They’re designed by B-Ball players for B-Ball players. And their big selling point is they are comfortable str8t out of the box and the special LP cushion system will last a looong time before wearing out. If it wears out at all.
The Kicks come in both Hi & Low tops. I’d go with the Hi-Tops, up to you.
Here is the information directly from Crossover Culture as found on the EastBay Blog.
And below is a special YouTube video telling us more about the new Crossover Culture Kicks.
The Crossover Culture Kicks Drop on Saturday February 10, 2018 on Eastbay.com See you on the Streetz.