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A play on nostalgic tech, this piece captures the essence of the unique Japanese label that is Cav Empt. Featuring new arrivals and a few past season gems, this editorial showcases some of what Bodega has to offer from the brand. Hit the jump for more looks and to browse the full range of goods from C.E that are available at Bodega, shop the collection here. Read the rest of this entry »
Cav Empt 2014 Tee – A Bodega Exclusive
The tee from Cav Empt created exclusively for Bodega comes bearing a rear print inspired by the visual works of Antonio Sant’Elia – an early 20th century Italian architect that played an integral role in the start of the futurist architectural style. The 2014 Tee will be available in extremely limited quantities exclusively through Bodega and bdgastore.com on Saturday, March 29. Retail is set at $90.
Photography: Rui Afonseca
Models: Andrew White / Samuel Andre
Tailored updates of sportswear classics are the focus of Bodega’s Spring Collection. Recently debuted at Bodega + And A’s Tokyo Pop Up Shop, the line reconfigures wardrobe staples with subtle details contrasted by bold color blocked pieces. The line will be available to the rest of the world in-store and online on Saturday, March 22. For a complete look at the Bodega Spring/Summer Collection, hit the jump.
Address: 1 Chome-34 Jinnan, Shibuya, Tokyo 150-0041, Japan
-”In progressive shapes that embody modernity, simplicity and style, our travel goods are made from innovative materials that feel personal and offer durability so you can keep them close and for a long time.”
Parisian label, Côte&Ciel, meaning coast and sky strives to create products that are as functional as they are stylish. Aiming for the nomadic and adventurous type, Côte&Ciel develops travel goods that balance modern fabrics with architectural shapes, to make bags, rucksacks and sleeves that complement your lifestyle and also protect your devices. We had the pleasure of speaking with Côte&Ciel Commercial Director, Monica Salmaso. Click below for the full interview and some imagery of their latest line of backpacks.
It’s that time of the year again-
The annual Bodega warehouse sale kicks off this Friday 2/21 and goes all weekend until Sunday 2/23 at our gallery, Fourthwall Project (132 Brookline Ave, Boston, MA). All kinds of fun stuff will be happening, like expensive stuff for cheap and cheap stuff for cheaper. The savings start at 40% OFF on 2/21 and increase by 10% daily, so the longer you wait – the less product there will be. Bless!
UK based brand, Weekend Offender, largely known for their quirky and vibrant deigns has yet again produced a seasonal line that absolutely kills the game. Influenced by a range of subcultures such as terrace casuals and the acid house scene, the brand strives to produce innovative products that keep in line with what inspires them the most; music, film and fun.
The brand ethos states that anyone can be Weekend Offenders and so the designs and the brand continue to evolve with these elements in mind. Their most recent line features an array of well crafted products such as lambswool knit hoodies, simple pocket tees and multicolor woven button ups. We had the pleasure of speaking with WO’s company director about their newest collection. Click below to see the full conversation and a detailed look at their full line.
The latest installation at the shop features works from Boston’s own, Rashad Nelson – in addition the pieces hanging throughout the space he hit our wall with something new.
Rashad Nelson was born August 17th, 1991 in Boston Massachusetts. He grew up in the Roslindale neighborhood where he lived with his grandparents who contributed greatly to his artistic development during his early years. Rashad first picked up drawing at the age of 8 and his passion, creativity, and his unique eye for design allowed others close to him to see his potential. At the age of 10 Rashad began building model cars, largely inspired by his grandfather’s collection. Meticulously, he would build them and paint them until they fit his standard of perfection; a standard which at his age could be seen as unrealistic. The small, minute details of these model cars, from the shiny chrome handles to the treads in the tiny tires, became his obsession. He would translate these ideas of how cars should look like into sketches with pencil and paper.
During his early teenage years, Rashad’s interest in art and his rebellious spirit drew him to the relatively underground and emerging graffiti and street art world. He moved around the city at night, writing his tag name in various hand styles on walls, street signs, utility poles, or any other visible surface he could access legally or illegally. By the age of 14 his name was featured prominently on the side streets and avenues of Hyde Park and Jamaica Plain.
Around this time Rashad was introduced to the non-profit organization Artists for Humanity. It was here, where he began to learn more about painting and started to refine his raw artistic ability and technique. His experience graffiti bombing the streets played heavily into his unique abstract style, and now armed with a paint brush he was able to bring together both worlds. The resulting works were recognized by others immediately for their ability to grasp attention and evoke emotion.
Rashad has continued to spend his free time on his original artistic outlet of sketching. His love for the arts also extends into music and fashion and is conveyed through his wardrobe.