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The New York Times – Dress for Less and Less

Amidst the a slow down in economy, sky high oil price and turmoil in the mortage plus housing sector. The New York Times conducted an interesting exercise for its Style section this past Thursday. To determine just how much consumers are spending on apparels and accessories over the last 10 years, it draw up a list of 31 name brand items, from a broad spectrum of price points. Everything from the iconic Calvin Klein briefs, Lacoste Polo shirt, Levi’s 501 denim, to Gold Toe socks and Louis Vuitton’s “Speedy” tote

New York Times – “When the Runway Is Paved”

Reed Space / Photo: Joe Fornabaio If anything could said about 2006 is that street-wear became part of mainstream fashion culture this year. Best example is this: the number of articles appeared in the quintessential news source, the New York Times. About a dozen articles were written …

New York Times / Rob Walker – New Era

Our friend Rob Walker published an insightful article about New Era and the collaboration game between it and jeweler Grabriel Urist in today’s New York Times Magazine section. In the article, another friend of ours, Jeff Staple (aka Jeff Ng), explained his involvement in the project. > …

New York Times – Hoodies

Hiroko Matsuike for The New York Times Why libraries have New York Times in their archives? One reason because it always keep up with the trends. On today’s edition, an article titled You Got a Problem With My Hoodies? described the current trend in urban apparel. Some …

New York Times – Flight Club NY

Photo: John Lei New York Times published this article about Flight Club NY on April 16th, titled It’s Gotta Be The Shoes. The story after the jump…

New York Times / Rob Walker – Supreme

Our friend, New York Times columnist Rob Walker, wrote an intriguing article about James Jebbia’s Supreme and its raise in the street wear scene, for last Sunday’s New York Times Magazine “When the first Supreme store opened in 1994, James Jebbia, its founder, didn’t really know, he …