Skate brand DC Shoes and LA streetwear provocateur FTP (aka FUCKTHEPOPULATION) have come together to tear up the slopes with a new cold-weather capsule made up of snowboards, winter outerwear, and accessories.
Thousands of fans spent several days camped out for a shot at copping the DC Shoes x FTP (FuckThePopulation) collaboration at Undefeated LA's pop-up space this past weekend. In all, over 1000 people packed on to La Brea Avenue by early Saturday morning with the line stretched down to end of the block at its peak, a testament to the power of FTP's rabid cult following.
In his illustrious 20-year playing career - yes, including those semi-pro and international years! - Dennis Rodman positioned himself both as an All-Star power forward and a purveyor for the trend of what a "superstar baller" could be. From his wild haircuts to his even wilder outfits, The Worm was a certified style icon of the '90s.
Highsnobiety Issue 16 is out now, and once you cop, you'll be treated with Lil Miquela and FUCKTHEPOPULATION gracing the covers, specifically FTP's tribute to the late Chicago drill pioneer Fredo Santana.
Philip Post has a hunch about his generation. "I think we were the last to really go outside," the 20-year-old says quietly in New York's Ace Hotel. His self-designed pink tie-dye T-shirt stands out amid the crowd of trendy young professionals in earthtone button-ups. "When we were kids, we weren't spending every waking moment online.
Following a collaboration with Colt 45, FTP are gearing up for a new release. Today the label has shared the lookbook for the collection via their website. The capsule consists of graphic T-shirts, button-ups, hoodies, quarter-zip pullovers, vests, jackets, and hats. Standout items include a tee and a hoodie with an image of Rodney King.
On this week's episode of Noisey Radio on Beats 1, we're really fucking with the format. To start off, we're skipping our weekly mix of curated tunes to ensure we devote more than enough time to our two very special guests.