Currently viewing the tag: "C.E"

Back with another season of graphically driven street. C.E launches their lookbook which is shot in a literal cave. The season mixes detail heavy prints with a darker muddy color palette. Denim, leather and cotton knits provide texture in the collection. There’s even a full wool suit on offer which is the first time we’ve seen something like that from Cav Empt. Be sure to check out the incredible tongue-in-cheek mockumentary video about the collection titled ‘The Clothes Themselves” on the C.E site.

Look for pieces to drop at stockists including SJS in the coming weeks.

Continue reading »

FacebooktwitterreddittumblrmailFacebooktwitterreddittumblrmail
Tagged with:
 

The rollout of Cav Empt’s SS18 collection has begun. One of the most notable pieces to drop yet has to be the CORRESPONDENT JACKET. The Zip up jacket features mesh lining. detachable hood and sleeves. The simple design fits right in not just with the present collection by the Japanese streetwear label but also would fit perfectly with past noteworthy pieces. The jacket is available at Cavempt and Gr8.

Continue reading »

FacebooktwitterreddittumblrmailFacebooktwitterreddittumblrmail
Tagged with:
 

 

Cav Empt has done it’s seasonal refresh, closing their web shop and releasing a lookbook for their spring/summer collection. As to be expected, the brand offers up it’s usual full assortment of outerwear, hoodies, sweats and wovens. It seems that the focus is technology with various references to everything from Mac classics to quotes on surveillance. The range is also surpassingly bright, featuring a lots of color blocking and a sporty 90s palette. Look to C.E’s site for more information and for items to drop early in the new year.

You can find current season items on sale now at END and BDGA.

Continue reading »

FacebooktwitterreddittumblrmailFacebooktwitterreddittumblrmail
Tagged with:
 

C.E has dropped a matching track jacket and pant this season. Dubbed “Training Jacket #4” in Grey Navy. This premium track top is constructed from a cotton/nylon blend and lined with a breathable polyester mesh. It features half-raglan sleeves with ribbed shoulder panels, a unique arched yoke, a full-zip placket with a branded puller, zip-access pockets, camo-printed panels on the sleeves and front and ribbed trims at its stand-up collar, cuffs and hem. They matching pants have two side-entry front pocket, two rear welt pockets, an elasticated waistband with a drawstring and tapered cuffs to ensure they sit nicely above your sneakers.

Get the full look at Wellgosh.

FacebooktwitterreddittumblrmailFacebooktwitterreddittumblrmail
Tagged with:
 

Back with another collection the team at Cav Empt released their Fall/Winter 2017 lookbook today. While the spring/summer collection had a club and rave theme, this one takes a more pedestrian approach to showing the clothes. The photography is reminiscent of street style focused with what appear to be street cast models. As for the clothes themselves, the full range of bombers, parkas, sweats, hoodies, graphic tees and even bags are represented. Longtime fans of the label will have plenty to choose from with both heavily graphic items as well as simpler tonal or textured items. Look for items out already on the CAVEMPT website or stockiest like SJS.

Continue reading »

FacebooktwitterreddittumblrmailFacebooktwitterreddittumblrmail
Tagged with:
 

In 1999 the Marxist academic collective Krisis Group published an essay entitled “Against Labor, Against Capital”. In it the authors argued that due to increasing automation a society based on labor was quickly becoming obsolete. Instead of looking to free workers from their oppression, as traditional Marxism espoused, the goal should be to end the labor society entirely. The only reason the world had not yet realized this was because of the economic and political elite, who have pacified the masses with “Silly fancy goods, designed to create the illusion of a full life”.

Eighteen years later, this phrase has appeared as a recurring motif in T-shirts, jackets, and hats in the Spring/Summer 2017 season of the streetwear brand Cav Empt. At first glance, it seems to be nothing more than another example of capitalism’s ruthless drive to commodify even the thoughts and actions of its opponents- just a more advanced version of a Sex Pistols shirt at H&M, in other words. Yet a closer look at Cav Empt’s history reveals that while garnering praise for their alluring graphics and uniquely cut and sewn garments, designers Sk8thing and Toby Feltwell have embedded a radical critique of consumer society into their clothing from the beginning. Cav Empt’s Spring/Summer 2017 season is the apex of a project that has been inherent in their clothing since its inception; an attempt to challenge the wearer into thinking seriously about the act of fashion fandom, desire and consumption under late capitalism.

Continue reading »

FacebooktwitterreddittumblrmailFacebooktwitterreddittumblrmail
Tagged with:
 

The first look at the Spring/Summer C.E. season came from the video the Japanese label released a few months back. As items from the collection continue to roll out, this lookbook shows off some of the cases in more detail.  Particular noteworthy items include the printed button-downs ,  cargo vest, corduroy jacket and the an all-over print overcoat.

You can find more items available over at the C.E. website or through stockists such as END and Bodega.

Continue reading »

FacebooktwitterreddittumblrmailFacebooktwitterreddittumblrmail
Tagged with:
 

CAVEMPT Spring/Summer 2017 pieces have started to release online but if you’re looking for a retailer in North America, Revive has you covered. They picked up a couple key pieces including the corduroy Utility Vest and a couple color ways of the Overdye Hoodie. Make your way over to Revive to check out the selection and check out the official video for the season HERE.

FacebooktwitterreddittumblrmailFacebooktwitterreddittumblrmail
Tagged with:
 

CE SS 2017 from c.e on Vimeo.

C.E. has been known to release a video previewing each season and spring/summer 2017 is no exception in that regard. This time the film taps directly into club culture with a rave scene playing out with models rocking outfits from the collection. The music comes by way of Trilogy Tapes (the track feature EMG “Mother Funk”. I always thought C.E was a streetwear label that paired perfectly with nightlife and this video confirms that fact. Look for items to drop on the C.E. website as well as stockists including END CLOTHING and Well Gosh.

FacebooktwitterreddittumblrmailFacebooktwitterreddittumblrmail
Tagged with:
 

C.E just released a handful of pieces from it’s Fall/Winter 2016 season. While there hasn’t been a lookbook shared of yet, one of the best items so far is  the Collared Pullover Top. Minimally branded on the front, the back features a screen-printed and patch graphics. Get it directly from the C.E website , intransigent capitalism indeed.

FacebooktwitterreddittumblrmailFacebooktwitterreddittumblrmail
Tagged with: