Colorado DJs team up with Akomplice Clothing for Exciting Look-Book feat. Big Gigantic, GRiZ, Paper Diamond, Two Fresh and Michal MenertPosted in Chill, News by nick | Tags: Akomplice, Big Gigantic, Catch lungs, Griz, Look Book, Michal Menert, Nick Guarino, Paper Diamond, Photo Shoot, Two Fresh
One of This Song Is Sick's favorite clothing companies is Colorado based company Akomplice Clothing who recently opened their newest office in Denver and launched a unique way of displaying their latest collection. This look-book captures the companies crossover into the electronic music world by exclusively highlighting Colorado producers and DJs. They brought GRiZ, Big Gigantic, Paper Diamond, Two Fresh, Michal Menert, Catch Lungs and myself (in the bucket hat, smoking) out to rock the latest gear in these photos. Akomplice did things in their own unique method and actually printed the photos into large banner form and had their street team wheat paste them all around Denver. The concept was very cool, and it turned out even better then you could have hoped. Look at the photos below and check the rest of them as well as purchase the items from the photos on the Akomplice Website. Connect with Akomplice on both Facebook & Twitter.
Exclusive Collaboration News: We have some exclusive news that electronic producer / DJ GRiZ has been working on very special collaborative item with Akomplice in the form of a fully customized letterman jacket that you have to see a picture of it to fully process. It comes with custom patchrwork, leather sleeves, detachable hood and more. You can see a sneak preview of the Jacket as seen in our Instagram photo here. Release details of the jacket coming soon.
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