Thursday, February 28, 2008

For the Lo Head In You

Now this is pretty sick..............................To many of us in the menswear market, Polo is the ultimate lifestyle brand. The label always offers something new and fresh while keeping a sense of tradition and iconic status. We love their latest release- The Polo Collector's Trunk, created to celebrate the company's 40th anniversary. The lucite box, trimmed with leather is filled with 40 polos in a full array of colors. We love this combination of luxury, collectibility and cool packaging. Buying a piece of the dream doesn't come cheap-- this piece will set you back $5K.

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Death 2 The 80's

Can we finally put the 80s behind us? The NY Times believes we can, proclaiming the wild and crazy style of the early '90s as the new black. "...1992 marked a stylistic crossroads; within a year, the synchronized dances and whimsical clothing would be bludgeoned into obscurity by the gritty sound and military-style gear of choleric rappers like Wu-Tang Clan, Onyx and Boot Camp Clik," writes Ben Detrik. The story covers the roving 1992 party produced by NYC scenesters Oscar and Vashtie. Read the full story here.

Monday, February 25, 2008

There is Nothing Better Than a well Dress Man

So people if want to know where the best Suits are made just checkthis show to get some insight on pure tailoring.Currently delighting British tailoring fetishists: Savile Row, a three-part BBC documentary that goes behind-the-curtains with London's finest tailors, from Richard Anderson to the blokes from Henry Poole. Among the highlights: watching Row vets look on in horror as Abercrombie & Fitch opens its English flagship down the street, only to come around (kind of) after A&F owner Mike Jeffries stops by Norton & Sons for a suit—wearing flip-flops, of course. Unfortunately there's no word yet on when (or if) BBC America plans to air it, but bootleg videos are floating around online. Or so we're told.

When Will It Stop(SaviorSol)

After what was much more of a dull roar than a buzz, VA rap duo Clipse debuted their new line, Play Cloths at MAGIC last week. The collection is filled the "usual supsect" streetwear items, and will add more items, such as jeans, to its repertoire in the near future. I must say the logo is rather cute, but its a bit dèja vu (considering that the BBC logo feautures a running fox.) From what I've seen so far, I'm not too impressed (I must have some kind of point because MAGIC was a whole week ago, and the blogs haven't made so much as a peep about it.) Well, we'll see, hopefully in the seasons to come, they can shake off some of the inevitable comparisons to their buddy Pharrell's labels, and bring something fresh to the streetwear game! (Article Courtsey of WeArethemarket)

Sunday, February 24, 2008

What More Can We Say

People try to hate on this man,but u just can't. His swag is so fresh that all you can do is stand back and admire. Chicago Stand Uppppppppp!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

It's About Time

It is about time that The highly anticipated line by Andre Benjamin is finally coming soon. Andre Benjamin, better know as, Andre 3000 from Outkast, is launching his own menswear label-Benjamin Bixby. The brand is sure to stand ....from other brands. No photos have yet tobe released but we are definatly in for an innovative collection. English traditionalism meets all-American flair inpired with sportie pieces that reflect the American football team uniforms from the 1930s. The collection was designed by Benjamin himself. The collection will release this Fall.

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Savior Art

Well i must say that this artist is one of my favorite. I want rumble off a bunch of dialog but i will let you see for yourself. "Revolution For Retail. Quality At Any Cost."

Thursday, February 7, 2008

Extra Extra

People always ask me what I like to read being a Fashion designer. I tell them first and foremost the Bible. I think that the Bible keeps me grounded and focused, but when I need inspiration and to check out what is happening I have 10 top magazines that I always grab.

1. Vogue

2. DNR

3. GQ

4. Complex

5. Format

6. Antenna

7. Bazaar

8. Elle

9. Glamour

10 .Cosmo

If you are serious about fashion you needs to cop you an issue of DNR magazine it is the fashion Bible. You know what I will do for you guys I will post a link so you can get some Knowledge.

Tuesday, February 5, 2008

SaviorSol 4-1-08

Only Select Boutiques will have the honor to house SaviorSol Tee's. We will keep you posted on which stores will be selected. Until Than "Revolution For Retail Quality at any Cost"

Savior Music

Remember how it used ta make you feel…
Butthole-to-butthole in a some small spot, rockin’ wit’cho peeples.
Bobbin yo head to that beat that was bangin’ like…BOOM…BOOM…BOOM!

Remember watching the DJ work the 1’s and 2’s, mixin’ up that brand new hotness.
Seem like e’er week somebody dropped a new style or found a new cut that just HAD ta be messed with.

Remember how wild it was when the MC rocked the mic - flow was off da CHAIN.
Freestyle battle, so you know most of it was straight off the dome.
Pre-written was fo’ suckas.
That’s where the swords were sharpened, cuz you hadta come correct and respect wasn’t just given, it hadta be earned.

Remember the B-boy crews with the cardboard on tha sidewalk twisting and contorting their bodies into crazy positions.

Remember watchin’ the artists do they thang with the steady hand. Full-blown…no brushes…flawless…and you couldn’t tell us it wasn’t art.

Remember when the crowd was the critic.
E’erbody listened to e’re syllable, e’er beat, watched e’er move, and e’er pass of the can and didn’t hesistate ta give a nigga tha bizness, when necessary.

Remember when tha 4-elements were still pure.

Remember when niggaz did it fo’ free, cuz it used to be solely about expression. Music by the people for the people. It wasn’t about the money, cuz there was little to be gotten at the time.

Remember Common’s “I Used To Love H.E.R.”, Boogie Down Productions’ “The Bridge is Over”, Beastie Boys’ “Paul Revere”, Public Enemy’s “Fight The Power”, A Tribe Called Quest’s “Scenario”, LL Cool J’s “I’m Bad”, Doug E. Fresh and Slick Rick’s “The Show”, and the list goes on 4-eva.

Back then, MC’s weren’t just rappers. They were lyricists who carefully, thoughtfully, and insightfully strung stanzas of poetry together over beats. There was a sense of pride. MC’s worked diligently to establish their individuality and to develop a sound that was unlike any other MC.

The music touched yo’ soul. It was relevant, conscious, and uplifting.

There was a love for the art that was hip-hop. Creativity and innovation were its cornerstone.

We had mad love fo’ it. It was our baby, constantly growing. And, we loved that fact that it was maturing, but our child has lost its way. Maybe it’s our fault – NEGLECT. Maybe it’ll come back like the prodigal son.

Is hip-hop dead?

Savior Sol…Revolution for Retail…”Quality at any cost”.

Hocus Pocus Magic Is here

It is about that time again fashion people. When we embark on something so profound as the Magic show Vegas 08. I can't wait and see what companies have to offer. Streetwear this year has really took on a style of itz on own. I think the market is wide open for more new and Fresh companies. So until Than SaviorSol...................................

Monday, February 4, 2008

Savior Style

Now i must admit i haven't seen something this fresh in a long time. These watches created by Matthew Waldman are so fresh and innovate that I have to grab one. I don't have to wear the bling no more to be the illest in the place. So go and check these watches out and Savior Style................................

Savior Vote

You broke, you tired, the bank sold your house so now you're not the owner. Your child is dead with a USA flag across his head, I won't pity you. You weren't in line VOTING like I told you to.
Today is Super Tuesday people please get out and vote. Please let your voice be heard. It is time for Americans to make a change.......................