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10th Anniversary

Sneaker Summit recently celebrated its 10 year anniversary, a milestone for its achievement and growth into the largest community based sneaker event. Ive had the opportunity to watch it grow over the years from a small meeting of sneaker enthusiasts into one of the largest gatherings of its kind. This special year encompassed many familiar faces and brands from the past as well as new faces discovering what H-town Sneaker Summit is all about.

Sean and Waio (Diamond Supply Co.)

Diamond Life

Trill OG

Kylie Seurer

Trae tha Truth and Nicky Diamonds

Willie D (Geto Boys) and Frank the Butcher (Karmaloop)


TV Johnny

DJ Skee

DJ Clark Kent x Nike 112

Slim Thug


Deep in the Heart of Texas

Rented a house on the river over the weekend in Wimberly, Texas.  It was nice to get away from the city and distractions. 



PNCINTL is a clothing company started by Anwar Carrots, Casey Veggies, and Joshton Peas. Being largely inspired by the brands they grew up, the grand opening of the store consisted of collaborations with The Hundreds, Diamond, SSUR, Fools Gold, Crooks & Castles, DPI and many more. PNCINTL brings a fresh new style while paying homage to brands that paved the way and largely influenced the streetwear industry. Stop by 311 Edinburgh Ave. just around the corner from Fairfax to see more of their products.



Last year i posted about RIF LA, a consignment shoe store that has the best product and pricing around. Between my visits, RIF had big plans in the works and recently opened a clothing and accessories store next door to the original location. Another consignment store, RIF II offers high end clothing and accessories at some unbeatable prices . They carry brands such as Supreme, Neighborhood, Bape, Wtaps, Visvim and many more.

 Be sure to follow both locations to get the latest updates @riflosangeles  and @rifdos
#gphgp #pushingweight

Supreme team

Of course I couldn't leave empty handed. Picked up the Atmos Safaris from next door and a RIF shirt


Supreme L.A.

Supreme is perhaps one of the most recognizable name in the streetwear industry. James Jebbia, former half owner of Stussy, launched Supreme in 1994 after Sean Stussy chose to retire. Since then, the skateboarding and lifestyle brand has turned into the ultimate cool, flooding the streets with its limited products which only sell at their own storefronts and website. Kids line up every Thursday in hopes to get the new shirts, caps, accessories and artist collaborations but are often disappointed and turned away by the words "Sold Out". Having collaborated with the likes of Nike, Vans, Damien Hurst, Robert Longo, Jef Koons and many other, Supreme has become synonymous with limited and high quality product. Normally, photos are prohibited inside the store but i managed to get a few shots on my recent trip to LA.

Artist series skate decks

Neckface Art