Released back in October, visual artist Abiola Fapohunda (also known as Abi) and vintage inspired designer Tony Logan, teamed up for a collaborative head-piece called “The Crown Cap.” The vintage inspired baseball cap features Abi’s signature two toned up-side down crown finished with a “Thrift” embroidery logo on the back.The hats are made from 100% cotton and come in two signature color options, Deep Forest Pine and Ruby Wine Green. Each cap also comes with an authenticity card for collectors and hat enthusiasts alike.
Baseball caps have been making a huge comeback in both streetwear and within high fashion. As the holidays are quickly approaching, this is the perfect gift idea for your trendy loved ones! Priced at $30 USD, the hats are available for purchase here for a limited time offer. (more…)
Tony’s Thrift is a brand created by Tony Logan. He is taking a different route that reminds us of our favorites The Brooklyn Circus and Pendleton, as it embodies a vintage classic feel that gives a timeless look. The niche of Tony’s Thrift are trunks. Not only are the trunks are a classic rare look in itself, some of the collections are where each trunk contains a package of items along with it. Check out Tony’s Thrift official online shop and tumblr.
The second collection releasing from his trunk series titled, “Scent of Fall.” The trunk is inspired by the fall season from it’s unique smell and ambience that is different from the other seasons, hence the name 0f the collection. Each trunk includes a sweater, a button up, dress socks, neck ties and a scented candle. Price ranges from $100- $150 along with free shipping in the U.S. Only 4 trunks will be released from this collection. See more photos inside…
Last week, Northern Liberties hosted the 5th annual 2nd Street Festival in Philly where tons of games, food, music and art fill up 2nd street to bring tons of different people and cultures altogether. One aspect that sB! enjoyed while on the scene was the many different vintage shop vendors that were set up. We took down a list of our favorite vendors we came across, see below: