Category: Interview

13.07.2015 that-good-dubai-palace-Lev-Tanju-cover Interview
palace are britain’s kings of skatewear

I-D magazine catches up with British streetwear brand Palace founder, owner and everything-but-a-designer, Lev Tanju. Lev and designer Fergus Purcell speak about how they met, the growth of the brand, the team and vision.

I-D magazine catches up with British streetwear brand Palace founder, owner and everything-but-a-designer, Lev Tanju. Lev and designer Fergus Purcell speak about how they met, the growth of the brand, the team and vision. "Lev's irresistible, isn't he?" says illustrator Fergus Purcell, who designed Palace's triangle logo. "I just hit it off with him straight away when I met him. We shared magic mushrooms and things like that over the years, and then one day he said he...

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28.06.2015 los Interview
King Los on The Breakfast Club

RCA-signed King Los has a lot to celebrate as his brand new project God, Money, War (serving as a prelude to his upcoming album) dropped earlier this week. Throughout God, Money, War you can hear features by his wife Lola Monroe, TDE’s Isaiah Rashad, Ty Dolla $ign and more.

RCA-signed King Los has a lot to celebrate as his brand new project God, Money, War (serving as a prelude to his upcoming album) dropped earlier this week. Throughout God, Money, War you can hear features by his wife Lola Monroe, TDE’s Isaiah Rashad, Ty Dolla $ign and more. The Baltimore native paid a visit to Power 105.1 The Breakfast Club and spoke about his album, his career and more. While visiting The Breakfast Club he shared in an hour long interview how Diddy has...

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22.06.2015 That-Good-Dubai-Scott-Sasso-Cover Interview
BrandXHype: 10DEEP X Scott Sasso

It may not be common knowledge but 10Deep has been a pioneer in the street wear space for nearly twenty years. Though centered in Brooklyn, New York, founder of the brand Scott Sasso’s inspiration spans far beyond the constraints of the illustrious borough. SlamXHype catch up with Scott to talk starting the brand, Control of the Business, Collaborations.

It may not be common knowledge but 10Deep has been a pioneer in the street wear space for nearly twenty years. Though centered in Brooklyn, New York, founder of the brand Scott Sasso’s inspiration spans far beyond the constraints of the illustrious borough. SlamXHype catch up with Scott to talk starting the brand, Control of the Business, Collaborations. With roots in graffiti culture, Sasso turned to fashion as an alternative creative outlet. In the 1990s, Sasso...

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13.06.2015 that-good-dubai-vic-mensa-id-magazine-interview-cover Interview
why kanye’s protege vic mensa isn’t mad

Soon after Vic Mensa drops a dastardly new video for ‘U Mad’—the first single off his forthcoming solo effort—with fellow Chi Town superstar Kanye West, i-D magazine catches up with the phenom to talk influences, Chicago and why Yeezy will always be youthful.

Soon after Vic Mensa drops a dastardly new video for ‘U Mad’—the first single off his forthcoming solo effort—with fellow Chi Town superstar Kanye West, i-D magazine catches up with the phenom to talk influences, Chicago and why Yeezy will always be youthful. Vic Mensa can't slow down. Since releasing 2013's Innanetape—his breakthrough second solo mixtape featuring Chance the Rapper, Ab-Soul, and Rockie Fresh—the now 22-year-old rapper has spent the past two...

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19.05.2015 that-good-dubai-jeff-staple-talks-new-york-city-power-of-street-culture-cover Interview
jeffstaple Talks New York City and the Power of Street Culture

Nick Onken of ShopTalkRadio recently sat down with jeffstaple for an in-depth interview. In the hour-long discourse, the two cover a variety of interesting topics, such as the reaction of jeffstaple’s parents when he decided to leave school and start Staple Design, and the important elements when embarking on an entrepreneurial endeavour.

Nick Onken of ShopTalkRadio recently sat down with jeffstaple for an in-depth interview. In the hour-long discourse, the two cover a variety of interesting topics, such as the reaction of jeffstaple’s parents when he decided to leave school and start Staple Design, and the important elements when embarking on an entrepreneurial endeavour. The conversation covers topics from both work and life, offering insightful and valued wisdom from one of the most intelligent...

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05.05.2015 that-good-dubai-futura-converse-cover Interview
Futura Talks Instagram Photography, ’80s Street Fashion and Working With Converse

Hype beast caught up with one of the godfathers of graffiti, Futura to talk Instagram Photography, ’80s Street Fashion and Working With Converse. By now you all should know who Futura is but if not then here’s a small insight.

By now you all should know who Futura is but if not then here's a small insight as Hypebeast catch up with one of the godfathers of graffiti, Futura to talk Instagram Photography, '80s Street Fashion and Working with Converse. “I’m encouraged by the future. I find myself wondering what the ‘20s will be like.” says Lenny McGurr pensively, as he gently fiddled with his Canon EF 300mm down gently. Nearing 60, McGurr’s optimistic demeanor matches his enthusiasm...

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29.04.2015 that-good-dubai-ronnie-fieg-highsnobiety-interview-cover Interview
Ronnie Fieg on Being Patriotic, his Favorite Hotels and More

Highsnobiety caught up with the native New Yorker Ronnie Fieg. Largely responsible for putting overlooked sneaker brands like ASICS and New Balance back on the map, Fieg’s name has practically become synonymous with must-have new releases.

Our good friends Highsnobiety caught up with the native New Yorker Ronnie Fieg. Largely responsible for putting overlooked sneaker brands like ASICS and New Balance back on the map, Fieg’s name has practically become synonymous with must-have new releases. It’s hard to imagine the current sneaker boom without Ronnie, While he has yet to start his own sneaker brand, he’s developed his own aesthetic across countless footwear collaborations, merging high-brow design...

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20.04.2015 that-good-dubai-kanye-west-time-magazine-cover Interview
Kanye West Tells ‘TIME’ Why He Doesn’t Care About His Legacy

Hate it or love it, it’s evident Kanye West is one of the most influential people of our generation, TIME magazine’s Elon Musk interviews Kanye and in turn sheds more light on his thoughts and vision.

Hate it or love it, it's evident Kanye West is one of the most influential people of our generation, TIME magazine's Elon Musk interviews Kanye and in turn sheds more light on his thoughts and vision. Kanye West would be the first person to tell you he belongs on this list. The dude doesn’t believe in false modesty, and he shouldn’t. Kanye’s belief in himself and his incredible tenacity—he performed his first single with his jaw wired shut—got him to where...

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17.12.2014 that-good-dubai-patta-carhartt-cover Interview
Patta Creative Director Vincent van de Waal Breaks Down the New Patta and Carhartt Collection

Hypebeast catches up with Patta’s creative Director Vincent Van De Waal to talk on the recent Carhartt collaboration.

Hypebeast catches up with Patta's creative Director Vincent Van De Waal to talk on the recent Carhartt collaboration. While Patta‘s trajectory in fashion started as a humble, sneaker-based boutique in Amsterdam, the label has since transformed in to a fully-fledged streetwear mainstay releasing seasonal collections alongside coveted collaborations. Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, the Netherlands imprint teamed up with Carhartt on the “Wild at Hartt”...

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10.12.2014 that-good-dubai-bobby-hundreds-cover Interview
FRANK 151 CHAPTER 57: MIGHTY HEALTHY – BOBBY HUNDREDS

Ever since the launch of his now massive company The Hundreds in 2003, Bobby Kim AKA Bobby Hundreds has always remained one of those silent-but-deadly, constantly smiling good guys where you can’t help but wonder, “How has someone as nice as you made is this far in the industry?” The answer—a bit of luck and a shit ton of hard work. Read about that, his inspirations, and his daily routine after the click.

Ever since the launch of his now massive company The Hundreds in 2003, Bobby Kim AKA Bobby Hundreds has always remained one of those silent-but-deadly, constantly smiling good guys where you can’t help but wonder, “How has someone as nice as you made is this far in the industry?” The answer—a bit of luck and a shit ton of hard work. Read about that, his inspirations, and his daily routine below. What's your name, where are you from, and what do you do? Bobby...

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