California-based bracelet brand, Rastaclat, is a symbol of righteousness, doing good for yourself and others. They always promote that positive action can change lives, inspire confidence and unite us as human beings.
For their newest series, they have dropped the Bruce Lee collection with a trio of bracelets inspired by the mental and physical balance of the game-changing instructor, actor and philosopher who changed the world of the martial arts. To celebrate Bruce Lee’s inspirational quotes and philosophy, the Bruce Lee family has teamed up with
The first style is a gradation-bladed “One Family,” inspired by his quote “Under the sky, under the heavens, there is but one family.” Bruce Lee believed we are all one family, all of us as humans, no matter our backgrounds, ethnicity, gender or orientation.
This message of inclusivity inspires us even more today. Keep his thoughts in mind, and fill your life with love and peace.
Here is another style, “Infinite Optimism,” which express his inspirational philosophy with this iconic black-and-yellow braided bracelet.
The “Nunchuck” designed hardware and Bruce Lee silhouette make this bracelet
perfect. In today’s world, Bruce’s words encourage us and give us hope. Ever the
optimist, Bruce Lee overcame substantial challenges and hurdles in his life.
Wear “Infinite Optimism,” feel energy and overcome our challenges to find a way to get better each day and every day.
Here is one more famous quote. “Be Water My Friend.”
Once you wear this “Be Water” single-lace bracelet, you’ll remember the renowned quote,
“Water can flow or it can crash. Be water my friend.” Bruce believed that people must be like water adaptable, flowing, always changing and growing, and never becoming fixed in one style or one way.
Each bracelet comes with a header card or an exclusive collector’s box that can be used
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From us to you … the Lula 101 Service, Styles & Smiles crew!
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The Banner snapback and the Banner tee from the summer 2012 collection.
The new design Tees focus on graphic-driven and its vivid color which shows that summer is coming soon.
Just released this week is Benny Gold’s latest offering dubbed the “Valencia Collection.” The line draws inspiration from navajo patterns, vivid summer colors, and Benny’s own graphic design expertise. Featured below are only a few highlights of the collection including Tees, sweatshirts, 5 panel caps, socks, and even cruiser skateboard decks.
美國舊金山街頭品牌 Benny Gold上周六延續其Valencia系列, 推出以其為名的服裝包括棒球帽、塗鴉插畫T-shirt、外套及連帽衣,都運用以品牌所在地區的特色及名字做為設計主題
As part of their “Good fit friday” video segments, Publish enlightens us with a quick glimpse of a couple staple pieces from their Summer line. The brand shows sophistication through their great choice of fabrics, meticulous details, and great fit. Previewed in the video are the “Strum” T-shirt and Teagan Skull Printed Shorts.
Buyer beware, it’s a jungle out there. To stay on top of the food chain, Volcom has created their rendition of the classic cheetah print swim suit. Dubbed the “Night Tropics,” this classic two piece will have you stand out above the rest.
Showcasing their fresh summer ’10 line in true vintage fashion, aNYthing Clothing gives us a glimpse from their lookbook under the sun. Perfect for these hot summer days, this line combines simplicity with unique brand focus geared towards comfort and quality. Grab your sunblock and head towards the beach…Don’t forget your aNYthing T-Shirt and cap.
Our most recent warehouse shipment included the release of new T-shirt designs from the “2 Much 2 Young” Collection by Mishka. As expected from a summer capsule, Mishka made full use of bold colors, tie-dye effects, and gore type graphics. This collection reflects the laidback lifestyle one should enjoy during every summer. Want to see more? Contact us for entire lookbook.
Taking on a vintage aesthetic that reigns so popular within the brand is Mishka’s summer looks. Reminiscent of the good old summer days, the brand brings back snapbacks, colorful board shorts, tie dye t-shirts, and washed flannels. The looks are compliments of the summer lookbook dubbed “too much too young.” The name is well fitting keeping in mind the care-free lifestyle that the collection embodies.
Photos: Mishka 2010 Summer Lookbook