The Florida-born brand launched in 2009, and has rapidly made a name for itself in the skate and streetwear community with its ultra sweet sense of humor. They're dropping Spring/Summer 2016 tomorrow at their pop-up store on Fairfax at the Known Gallery space.
Through his critically-acclaimed Static video series, Josh Stewart was able to create a cult-like following and decided to start the Theories of Atlantis website and opened up an online store to share his work with other indie filmmakers. Through the connections that he made producing videos, he organically began distributing small skater-owned brands started by the people he filmed video parts with. Now over the past several years, the brands under the Theories umbrella include Polar, Magenta, Hopps, Isle, and Traffic, and have become wildly popular with skateboarding’s core audience.
It's becoming hard to ignore PizzaSlime. Chances are you've seen the LA-based company's in-your-face designs being sported by people like Diplo, Flosstradamus, and Skrillex, and have garnered a massive fanbase for their tongue-in-cheek humour and fresh designs. They're even doing more collaborative projects with Dillon Francis, Mad Decent, and Major Lazer.
Civil Clothing a.k.a. Civil Regime is an apparel designer that strives to create something for everyone. Inspired by the idea of a diverse group of subcultures coming together to create a civilization, their cuts and accessories span the gamut - everything from t's to outerwear to caps.