The Blueprint is a beautifully edited new web/interview series presented by Complex that provides us in raw, honest storytelling from its interviews. Last week, they featured the iconic Jimmy Iovine; this week, Bobby Hundreds sat down with Complex’s Editor-In-Chief Noah Callahan-Bever to discuss his journey of starting the origins and all the things they did to make cement themselves as one of the OG’s for today’s generation in street and skate culture.
Okay so my original plan didn’t work.
My love of words and wanting to share what I learnt at the event took over. But can you blame me? There was an abundance of knowledge that was consumed over that particular weekend and I can’t stress enough how much of a major opportunity it is that we have something like this is our country to experience.
Around other parts of the world, they have an entire season of these events!
But for real, I just couldn’t help it. Sharing is caring, right? #ThankMeLater.
Don’t worry, the visuals have continued for the second part of this review. ☺
So when I’ve reviewed CARBON in the past, I’ve often broken each day and/or night into a separate post.
But this year I’m going to try and flip the switch a little bit.
That is, skip the overload of words (as hard as it as a lover of words) and try and break it down into a review that will engage you and disappoint you that you didn’t attend, but also leave you wanting to purchase an early-bird ticket for next year’s event.
Pretty pictures and videos included.
This month Levi’s is launching a first-of-its-kind Made To Order jeans project in New York City’s Meatpacking District store. Master Tailor Ryan Grant-Hays will be making every pair from scratch in the store’s basement sewing room.
Thanks to Complex, check out an exclusive behind the scenes look at what is required to make the perfect pair of custom made jeans.