The Stussy Summer 2011 collection includes a series of t-shirts by animator JJ Villard. A graduate of CalArts, JJ has worked on huge Hollywood films such as Shrek the Third, Shrek Forever After and Monsters vs. Aliens before landing his current gig at Cartoon Network Adult Swim. personal work is drastically different from the high profile projects he typically works on. Inspired by pop culture, horror films and things of a darker nature, JJ used the idea of a sketchbook to inspire his tees. Using pens, pencils and markers, he created a series of t-shirts that capture the rawness of what a sketchbook is all about.
On April 27th, Stussy will be releasing Series One of the collaboration with the legendary Marvel Comics. Series One includes nine designs featuring some of Marvel’s most iconic superheroes mixed with Stussy’s iconic graphic language. Series Two will release on May 6th featuring nine guest artists interpreting their favorite characters from the Marvel Universe. Each purchase will include a limited edition pack of Stussy x Marvel trading cards, while supplies last.
A strong affinity exists between Ransom Holding Co and Stussy in terms of their respective backgrounds and design languages. It seemed only natural when the Ransom by adidas Originals crew worked with Stussy Japan to create the Alan Crepe- a completely new silhouette for spring/summer 2011. This shoe features a short-coated single-layer suede upper with perforated forefoot, a crepe outsole and a heel branded with the Stussy and Ransom icons on the lateral side and the adidas logo on the pull-tabs. Celebrate originality.
For Summer 2011, Stussy and W-Base from Shibuya, Tokyo have joined forces on the “How I Roll” 26 inch old school BMX original model bike. This cruiser type style is built after the late 1970’s/early 1980’s flavor dirt bike and is packed with details. The frame is made from 4130CR-MO, metallic blue alumite hubs, rims, break covers and neck with the classic “Ride Tough You Little Boys” Stussy phrase. From forks to frame ends, these are all custom Stussy executions. Big thanks to Oakley for supplying a limited number of their super rare and legendary back stock of 1970’s “B-1B” grips.
Stussy – Stussy Canada Winter 2010 Collection
Stussy Chapter Stores in Toronto and Vancouver will be releasing the first Canada-specific collection Stussy has ever produced. Simply put, the Stussy Canada collection is designed by Canadians for Canadians. With an emphasis on classic layering pieces and timeless design, these pieces are perfect for the impending winter. The collection consists of: shirting made of Japanese fabric, basic fleece sweats, a knit cuff watchman and a Canadian hand-knit cowichan vest.
The Cowichan vest was produced in Canada by the legendary hand knit manufacturer The Canadian Sweater Company. Founded in 1977 and located in British Colombia, where the cowichan knitting method was invented, The Canadian Sweater Company specializes in hand-knit pieces designed to withstand and overpower the Canadian winters. Arguably the first logo sweater, the cowichan is undeniably Canadian. We took it one step further by branding it with our iconic Stussy Canada Beaver link logo. Nothing says Canada quite like the North American Beaver, our official emblem. We are extremely proud of this collaboration that will be made available only at Stussy Canada stores.
Accompanying the release will be an exclusive color way of the “Fitzsimmons” boot by our friends at Native Shoes.
Stussy x NEIGHBORHOOD – Boneyards II: Conspiracy with Trevelen
Trevelen from SuperCo explains the engineering innovations during the 1950s by a group of bike builders from East LA that inspired Boneyards II: Conspiracy.
Stussy has collaborated with Japanese fashion brand NEIGHBORHOOD for the second installment of Boneyards, entitled “Conspiracy.” Inspired by East LA motorcycle clubs of the 50’s-70’s, this year’s collection includes a limited edition Levi’s trucker jacket and signature NEIGHBORHOOD denim. Boneyards, named after a secret surf spot in San Pedro, California, is a partnership between the two brands that started with the release of the initial Boneyards collection in the summer of 2008. In addition to the clothing, there will be a limited edition ‘zine containing photos, interviews and artwork relating to the project. The second group of Boneyards II: Conspiracy product will be released on Friday, October 8th at Stussy.com and Stussy chapter stores.
Stussy XXX Anniversary In Paris Video
Stussy fanatics put together a nice event to celebrate Stussy’ 30th Anniversary.
In the beginning of their career Stussy produced surfboards. Three years after the start in 1982, their production line was widened to also include clothes which became sort of an unofficial uniform for the surfers of Southern California. During the following years, Stussy set the tone within street-wear, skate-fashion, military chic and work-wear.
Stussy Clothing, Hoilday 07, will be hitting in the next couple of weeks. Here’s a preview of the Stussy winter warmers which are bound to get Stussy fans drowling.