What do you do when you spend your money on the hottest hipster clothing when you finally realize you can make something more… dope? You uh.. do it and Brian Wright did exactly that. Cousins Brian and Lavan Wright and the homie, Desmond Attmore put their New York state of mind together and came up with what they believed would be better than the Supreme, BBC, and Bape in their closets; Kreemo.
Four years later after the birth of tees with familiar signs/logos with a psychotic twist, Kreemo is becoming the talk of some known artist’s wardrobe this year. Worn by Lil’ Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, and Machine Gun Kelly, I “beg to differ” if anyone feels Kreemo will not take off. With many styles, Kreemo can be dressed to your liking; whenever, however. For all “…it won’t be a fad… it’s a lifestyle.” Combining the meanings behind the name (Creedmoor Psychiatric Center) and the original logo a ghost (ever seen one?), Kreemo is looking really good for the future. Check out their site. The web store is closed temporarily while they put the finishing touches on the new release, but feel free to get to know the young trio and their passion for music and fashion.
(left to right: Desmond, B. Wright, Lavan)
“…and show up in a Margiela tux, I dont really give a f*ck and we only getting older.”
And with age, Margiela and any tux for that matter fits pretty well on Drake. GQ made history by featuring October’s very own in their first style issue for April. Jim Moore‘s fashion sense and Drizzy’s poise (and build) were a custom fit.
Drake speaks about his wardrobe slip ups in the pass and with the black is always a staple, but the suits/business casual look is perfecto.
I would just like to add: all of the haters who come at Drake’s style and features, take a close look at this video. Those eyebrows were threaded by your best Middle Eastern shorty, salutes to his barber, and that skin… Man listen, Aubrey is a gift all together; a tailored package and GQ represented this all so well.
Oh and Drake… you really don’t have to go to those dates without me…
I’m just saying.