We had our Kate Bush look-alike Kayla throw on some new jumpsuit pieces that we couldn't live without.
We are excited to bring you one of our favorite young brands at Revolver and Voyager, Objects Without Meaning, or O-M.
Objects Without Meaning represents nothing more than the beautiful simplicity of its materials and form. The O-M aesthetic is born out of ambivalence for our surroundings and an express need for energy, simplicity, and grace, creating a clean slate to be filled by only the most considered elements. Whereas fashions dictate the lives of masses, Objects Without Meaning leaves the air clear for individuals to express their indicative nature.
We here at Revolver are constantly searching for young, up-and-coming designers who encapsulate this very statement. Simple, stream-lined and refined styling that is designed for comfort, functionality and pure, intelligent design. We feel that O-M and their collections encapsulate all of these things.
Our O-M selections will be going online soon, but in the meantime, here are some of our selections from the SS14 lookbook:
We're big supporters of local brands, and wanted to share with you the Kickstarter for the Mission Made Dillon Montara clothing that we support that recently launched a kickstarter.
Dillon Montara is a denim collection rooted in Northern California - between Dillon Beach north of San Francisco and Montara with its rough hallow beauty south of the City.
It is a Denim Line made for surfers, makers, tinkers, thinkers, dreamers and doers. People who take love and take pride in the small details, who worship tradition but know how to keep things moving forward.
We love denim because even after all these years it keeps us motivated, it keeps us guessing. Denim is a live infinite product that keeps us aiming to improve and improve. Something special that grows from a raw material in our factory to being part of your daily life and practice.
Support this independent line and get some great deals doing so!
Jeans, shirts, jackets, all at amazing deals on the Dillon Montara Kickstarter