Posts from ‘New Product’
1. Large Logos
That 90′s trend of wearing big, bold designer logos across your chest is back. But this time it’s not so much about showing off how much cash you spent on your outfit, it’s more a pledge of allegiance to the brands and designers you love. Declare your deep devotion with these djpremium.com looks:
Sneakers in white are all over the runways both in stark, minimalist styles and embellished with metal hardware. The best thing is that they aren’t just being worn with jeans or sporty joggers, you can now pair them with flannel suits or dress pants as these designers did on their runway shows:
Click on any of these sneaks for a peep at our white sneaker assortment on djpremium.com:
3. Athletic Apparel Upgrade
Yes, we’ve seen the athletic apparel trend for a couple years now. But this time, the fields covered are wider, no pun intended. It’s not only about basketball and baseball jerseys anymore. Brands have diversified to sports like auto-racing, boxing, water-sports, and even hunting! Here are some looks from 10Deep and IUTER available on djpremium.com. Are you game?
4. Long Coats
This season, size does matter. For coats….the bigger, the wider, the longer, the better. Shop the Jackets & Coats section on djpremium.com for these General Idea, Nudie Jeans, and PLAC coats:
John Galliano is back as the newly-hired Creative Director of fashion-house Maison Martin Margiela after being dismissed from Dior in 2011 following heavy controversy. After what is described as a lot of contemplation, rebuilding personal relationships, making amends and his recovery from addiction, he has re-emerged in the fashion world in a massive way and many are excited and anxious to see the rebirth of this creative genius and how he will influence Margiela.
For now, as we await with bated breath along with the rest of the fashion world for his first collection, here’s a look at the latest John Galliano men’s and women’s new footwear arrivals on djpremium.com:
Civil Clothing recently released their “Hear Us Roar” Fall 14′ collection and it is all about celebrating, as their lookbook states, “confident, passionate women striving endlessly for greatness in the arenas of fashion and fitness.” It continues to say ”Our goal is to help ignite that inner-lying passion and instill undeniable assurance in every woman who sports these fall threads. Every woman possesses the ability to become a lioness and it is our job to help her roar.”
The designs definitely incorporate both feminine and athletic elements showing current trends such as cropped tops, elongated shirt-dresses, baseball tees; and black & white graphic prints and color-schemes. Their lookbook doesn’t hold back either in translating their strong vision for the collection. Check it out below and shop these fiercely femme looks on djpremium.com!
T.I. Wearing the Halfman Flamingo mesh hoodie and shorts in his new “No Mediocre” music video featuring Iggy Azalea against the beautiful backdrop of Brazil.
Snag the same outfit and other dope Halfman looks at djpremium.com today!
The Spring/Summer ’14 collection for JOYRICH is out now!
This season, the focus is on gold embellishments and hieroglyphic pop art that mimic the opulence of Egyptian royalty. Founded by DJ & fashion icon Mademoiselle Yulia, Giza introduces clean, athletic-inspired pieces that incorporate elements from the brand’s ancient Egyptian-influenced aesthetic. Gold embroidery, necklaces, and hieroglyph graphics in white, black, and turquoise hues blend together to create a collection that highlights the signature looks of both brands.
KEENKEEE designer Hyoungkee Kim was inspired by Thorns for Spring/Summer 2014. Influenced by his graphic design background, Kim’s design are multi-dimensional and draw you into the clothing. Pair the matching top with shorts or wear them separately for unlimited possibilities!
DJPremium is very excited about General Idea‘s own Korean designer Bumsuk Choi as he presented the Fall / Winter 2014 collection last week at Pier 59 during New York Fashion Week.
The show revealed that the brand has taken a darker turn from the metallics and color blocking we saw in SS14. Fall moved towards a more tonal color palette with a bad-ass edge. General Idea’s street-wear DNA emerged on the runway with the paneling, extended hems, and dropped shoulders we have come to love.
For SS14 JOYRICH serves up another dope collaboration, this time with the irreverent bad boys of TV-classic The Simpsons. The collection keeps the ‘casual-rich’ street aesthetic and combines street style and classic animation for another colorful and eye popping collaboration to celebrate the The Simpsons’ 25th Anniversary.