The ATL Twins Sidney and Thurman from Atlanta known for Twitter trends and boy’d blog headlines for their brotherly love, their total inseparability, their gilded grins and a certain upcoming silver screen appearance. They are tarring alongside paparazzi protaganist Selena Gomez in Harmony Korine’s forthcoming flick Spring Breakers. The twins model ANYthing wears for their Fall One Lookbook Collection featuring some new T-shirts, Hats, Cut and Sew attire .[Gallery not found]
A couple of months back the building that housed aNything was sold for for $2.2 million. To celebrate their time at the location aNYthing has released this photos of its backdoor retrospective.
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Every T-shirt has a story Mtv’s Logo network will explore this phrase with a documentary series entitled T-Shirt Stories. This week the show features the best—from Dov Charney’s mission to Legalize LA to Aaron Bondarof turning Supreme into a lifestyle to Mark Hunter bringing “ironic” tees to the mainstream. Check out some photos of Aaron “A-Ron” The Don and Earsnot of the IRAK crew above
The world premiere of T-Shirt Stories is this Saturday at 8/7c on MTV’s Logo network. This documentary covers the evolution of the T-shirt to a mass-produced army staple to a symbol of rebellion to a coveted luxury item. In addition to the interviews above, the doc also explores different T-shirt subcultures—hard-core metalheads, skaters and the company that conceived the “Three Wolf Moon” tee.
New aNYthing gear featuring Harlem native Venus X modeling for its latest Spring + Summer 2012 lookbook.[Gallery not found]
Check out the aNYthing Spring 2012
aNYthing Spring-Summer 2011 Collection
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A-ron the downtown don, owner/founder of aNYthing takes time with us to discuss his youth, the infamous good old days at Supreme, living a true NYC lifestyle, the current state of the niche scene, building the only brand that matters and so much more… This is an incredibly insightful interview about NYC and the people/brands/lifestyles that are brought up in the shadow of an intensely urban environment. Big thanks to A-ron for taking time to give such thorough responses, this interview is thick…read!
aNYthing drops a look into the brand’s 2010 holiday collection. As one of New York’s most notable and enduring brands, the collection doesn’t stray far from its street roots but with an added aesthetic of maturity. Winter staples such as beanies are contrasted by work jackets and speckled cardigans. Look for the collection at select retailers.