'iris van der velden 2.0'



Model: Iris van der Velden (18)
Photographer: Guus van Vugt (17)
'Pepsi Music Machine'
video
You can click at the link if you like pepsi, i do! If you click on the link you can refresh the re-mix. I did it by myself, it is a very cruel thing to do! So refresh the re-mix at the Pepsi Music Machine yourself. let me know how your experience were with the Pepsi Music Machine.

lots of love and thanks, guusvanvugt (owner)
Pepsi Music Machine: http://ad-emea.doubleclick.net/clk;246254501;71481800;x
'feaverish'



ph. via flickr
I found this site on google, 'oh my facking god' there are many beautiful and cruel photos on the site. Visit the site to  click here.
'KIDS IN ITALIA'

I personal already know 55DSL, they have a lot of cruel clothes and now they have a new campagne. I really like it, now its your turn to invent the brand 55DSL. so go to 55dsl.com and let me OR the world know what you think of it by like there facebook page.


For over fifteen years, 55DSL the original Italian street wear company have filled millions of wardrobes around the world. During this time they’ve also been heavily involved within the street sub-cultures that have inspired this casual wear: Bloody Beetroots, Fakso, MTV, DIM MAK, Complete Technique and Zound are just some names that have collaborated with 55DSL. This September sees the launch of not only another classic FW’11 range, but also the start of an ongoing exploration into some of Italy’s other creative exports: it’s artists.

'The Kids In Italia' series begins with two short films (made in partnership with VICE), which document these game-changing artists at work.
This “Kids In Italia” series is supported by the “55DSL Italians Friends and Family” t-shirt series, celebrating the most original stuff happening in Italian street culture today as seen through the eyes of its global creative community. 55DSL tracks down the next generation of Italian street culture ambassadors and explores the environments in which they play. go for more information to 55dsl.com
'waarom heb jij vlekken op je shirt?!'



Ik heb deze kledings stukken gebleekt met dikke bleek. Ik dacht dat als je kleding bleekte het altijd wit werd. Maar dat was dus niet zo. Het waren oude t-shirts en een oude spijker jas. Ik deed het bijna nooit aan en wist niet hoe ik het kon combineren. Toen dacht ik bij me zelf: 'ik doe het toch nooit meer aan niks te verliezen. Als het mis gaat dan gaat het mis. Maar het is echt heel erg tof geworden, al zeg ik het zelf. Iemand zij al 'Waarom heb je vlekken op je shirt?'. Maar dat vind ik juist wel grappig en ze heeft gelijk ook nog is, want het zijn ook vlekken.
walf walf walf





party website wastedpaper- facebook walf / Wastedpaper Awesome Latenight Festival.
iris van der velden



Samen met Iris van der Velden (18)
Palladium’s ‘Tokyo Rising Campagne’ Tokyo Rising Trailer. Tokyo faces a new reality after the tragedy of 3/11. While persistent challenges still lay ahead, the city’s creative class is hell-bent on making sure that their hometown thrives. Innovative and resilient, they are defining the future of Tokyo on their own terms. We put our boots on and went exploring. For the video part 1 go to here!
Grammy Award winning singer, songwriter and producer Pharrell Williams has always been fascinated with Japanese culture. His frequent involvement with the arts and fashion communities of Tokyo made him a natural choice to lead our exploration. From his two-year collaboration with Tokyo-born artist Takashi Murakami to create the artwork entitled Simple Things that kicked off the official opening of Art Basel Switzerland in 2009 to Nigo of A Bathing Ape fame designing the cover of Pharrell’s solo debut In My Mind, the creative forces of Tokyo have been a constant source of inspiration for Pharrell throughout his many projects. He has been a great supporter of relief efforts for the Japanese citizens affected by the incidents of 3/11.
Super fun and super fresh, so everyone watch the video. Especially if you love fashion and such stuf. That man is hard, but Tokyo is harder. Tokyo is the place to be, everything is forward there and it is worth to go to Tokyo. Especially if you love fashion really. Reply to guusvanvugt@gmail.com what you think of it. Or look/go for more information to http://www.palladiumboots.com/
boys with beards







ph. via tumblr
coloured hair inspiration


ph. via tumblre and weheartit