At 27 years old, Chinatown Market’s Mike Cherman is already a veteran of streetwear culture. He worked at key San Diego retailers such as UNIV, at New York’s Prohibit, and eventually parlayed a guerrilla postering campaign he masterminded from his Parsons School of Design print lab into a job with Jeff Staple. He has as many detractors as supporters, but his critics can’t do anything to wipe the smile off his face — or his brand’s.
When I arrived in America, I was already at the time of graduation. The last trip to Los Angeles once again made sense of this, meeting people, enjoying free time, forgetting the complexities and really enjoying the moment. I'm so busy that I'm busy for a while, digesting various programs, maybe I have the maximum. HyojooKo
RIPNDIP was founded in Orlando, Florida in 2009 by skater Ryan O’Connor when he was at a skate camp and made T-shirts for himself and a few friends. Soon, everyone wanted one and the rest is history. After relocating to L.A., RIPNDIP kept oozing street cred in its graphic T-shirts, camp caps, and cut-and-sew collections. That’s exactly why Tyler the Creator has been rocking the all-over “Lord Nermal” cat print gear. If you didn’t know...
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