An interactive editorial with a penchant on creative types, http://dickies.com” target=”_blank”>Dickies’ http://dickies.eu/home/item/root/love-your-worf-ipad-app” target=”_blank”>Love Your Work follows key players from street fashion, photography, music, and sport. Some are well known, like http://stussy.com” target=”_blank”>Stussy‘ Creaitve Director http://blog.honeyee.com/paul/” target=”_blank”>Paul Mittleman, while others are local heroes, as in the case of Michael Kopelman and http://blog.honeyee.com/andrew/” target=”_blank”>Andrew Bunney of England. But there is a cohesiveness in their passion of what they do, their love for their work. Interactive map, poster by Mike Giant, Fixed Gear London video, photos, illustrations, a wealth of venerable materials from Dickies’ archive, along with its Spring/Summer 2011 Collection. Free to download for your http://apple.com/ipad” target=”_blank”>Apple iPad at the http://apple.com/itunes” target=”_blank”>Apple iTunes Store.
Following on from Dickies’ recent collaborations, Love Your Work features images by Paul Mittleman, interviews with UK street fashion legends Michael Kopelman and Andrew Bunney (Dickies x The Hideout), a NYC Hip-Hop Map, Mike Giant poster and a Fixed Gear London video.
Centred around the ability to love one’s work, the app also features construction diagrams of various garments, lookbook imagery, landscapes, pictorials, vintage ads, illustrations, and a brief history of the brand.