Monthly Archives: January 2012
We just got a new shipment of BKc product today. Included in this delivery is the Old English Varsity Vest ($330), Military Green Trainer Jumper ($250), and Flat Front Khaki Chinos ($200). If you can't make it into the shop we do take orders via email (email@example.com). Feel free to hit us up anytime if you have any inquiries.
One of the most common questions we get around the shop when people are looking to buy denim is "How do I wash these jeans?" Most of the time I respond with "You don't," and those new to the world of raw selvedge denim look at me with a puzzled and/or disgusted look accompanied by an astonished "What?!" Inevitably though, there will come a time when you will have to wash your jeans. It's recommended the jeans have at least 6 months of wear before doing so, mainly because as you break them in they will [...]
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Throughout this month The Class Room's been collecting clothing donations to aid in relief efforts for Sendong victims, the deadliest storm of 2011. Moved by this tragedy, our good friend Michael Decerbo, who happens to be an amazing artist, created this awesome painting representing sabong, or cockfighting. "It's about the fight, [ferocity], and spirit of sabong...not necessarily the morality of it," Mike says regarding the inspiration behind the painting. "I made it an offset triptych to give the feeling of action; like something is being attacked. I felt it was culturally significant and symbolic to the [...]
From dark/navy blue, to blogger blue...man I've been paintin' the sky blue...GLORY! It's time for a change in pace and our trip to New York was very inspirational. Wearing black is not a new concept or late breaking news by any means and as I've said before, I'll never be able to pull off all black everything because it's not me (and I'm okay with that), but I really urge you to step out of your comfort zone and start mixing in pieces of black into your wardrobe. It's best to ease into it whether it [...]
This past week Alan and I were in New York for market. (capsule) seemed to be quite larger than its Vegas counterpart we attended in August, while Project in New York was MUCH smaller than Vegas. Being in New York also gave us an opportunity to visit show rooms and meet directly with a couple new labels we're trying to bring in this year. All in all we had some great meetings and looked at a lot of great product, and we can't wait to show you some of that new-new we got coming [...]
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