For the past 10 years, the CIAA has hosted its championship tournament in Charlotte, NC. In celebration of the collegiate basketball tournament, there are a host of parties, events, pop-up shops and performances. This year, we teamed up with #StapleStockist, DTLR to host Atlanta rapper Dae Dae. The "Spend It" rapper signed posters, took photos with fans, and even exchanged some words of advice to aspiring creatives. Watch the recap video by @BuckTV and see some photos from the weekend below! Shouts to DTLR @ Westerly Station for their partnership. CIAA 2017: Dae Dae Meet & Greet at DTLR Westerly Station from staplepigeon on Vimeo. Dae Dae rocked the Sails collection as he patiently waited for his in-store appearance to begin. Dae...
Las Vegas Agenda was another great opportunity to reconnect with Staple supporters, catch up with our contemporaries, and expand our network of streetwear / skate aficionados. As always, the show was well attended by notable designers, fashion forward artists and accomplished athletes. We were honored to have 1/2 of the impeccable ATLien duo, OUTKAST in our booth over the course of the show. Andre 3000 took photos with fans and humbly offered words of support and encouragement. Migos also made a distinct impression. The trio was showing their own line and still had time to pose with fans of their music.
DJ Clean has toured the states spinning everything from trap music to soca hits. A long time supporter and fan of the Staple Pigeon brand, Clean's work ethic and ambitious mindset are the embodiment of Staple's motto" A Positive Social Contagion. Here, DJ Clean models some of his favorite pieces from our Holiday '16 drop. These pieces are now in our sale section. Cop them while you can. Photographed by: Trivell Miller
Big K.R.I.T. sat down with Genius | Verified while rocking the Chromatic Crewneck from our Spring '16 collection to break down the lyrics to his song “Might Not Be Ok” with Kenneth Whalum. He recently dropped his #12For12 freestyle series, and also decided to address the wave of police brutality cases in America—particularly the tragic July murder of Baton Rouge, La. man Alton Sterling. (Source : Genius)