Nr. 1 in streetwear category
The classic flight jacket: the Alpha Industries MA-1 was the original jacket for the US Army and Navy in the mid fifties; it's the first military garment to be industrially produced for civilian population in 1970. This version is the most similiar to the original one: wool collar, thick zippered closure, two front pockets with button closure, zippered pocket on left sleeve and elastic waist and wristbands. Completely reversible with the classic Indian Orange side which has two button pockets too: it was originally meant to be seen in case of airplane crash, its useful to add visibility while riding bikes and cycles. Tipical flight jacket wearability: it fits short at waist and quite large on shoulder and chest, perfect to wear combined with sweaters too. br>
International icon of black ink, artist Mike Giant incorporates a broad swathe of influences and skills in the creation of a singular, unmistakable aesthetic. Mike's central practice, drawing, is informed by his training in architectural drafting, his illustrious career as a tattooist and worldwide exploits writing on walls. Within his latest and most complete monograph, the reader will enjoy photos of perfectly executed tattoos, page after page of Mike's inscrutable tattoo flash, hand lettering nonpareil, and of course tons of drawings, graffiti pieces and action shots. Giant's worldwide travels — inking people, places and finer drawing paper around the world from Amsterdam to London, Thailand, Toronto, New York and back home to San Francisco are also given due prominence. Buddhism, track bikes, designing for apparel brand Rebel8, and painting fill Lesage's hours, but at the end of the day, it all comes full circle, back to his unwaveringly mindful solid black lines.
Addict T-shirt, part of the new 'London Girls on Bikes' series, the new project by the graffiti writer Insa. Photographic frontal print and Addict X Insa hang tag.
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