Future Plans for British Remains?
DS: Moving forward we will be making some brothel creeper inspired footwear for AW11.
AB: We would like to make the unexpected, and explore more editions like BRICK UP YOUR EARS/BLACK RUBBER BRICK too.
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Underground were originators of the creeper with an amazing heritage and following." Hi boots and ankle shoes in navy leathers, prince of wales check and leopard will be available through stockists worldwide.
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Stitch the armhole seam, starting and ending at the underarm seam. For extra security, you can stitch a second row of stitches at the underarm about 1/16″ away from the first line of stitching (in the seam allowance).
Now steam your sewn-in sleeve using the sleeve roll in the cap to help...
Celebrating 30 years of manufacturing in the UK and of course the upcoming London Olympics, New Balance presents the limited edition 890 'The British Miler'. The technical running shoe features a white upper, yet distinct British flag color details on the mid-sole. Look out for a release...
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A study released Thursday reveals for the first time how tattoo designs will deteriorate in future
Tattooed celebrity trailblazers as diverse as David Beckham, Angelina Jolie and British "first lady" Samantha Cameron have helped bring body art into mainstream...
British Remains has just released this collection of graphic tees to close out the summer months. Each one of the designs is intended to be an interpretation of iconic British holiday imagery and also serves as a romantic homage to the sea. The short-sleeve shirts, depicted here in black and...
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British Remains 2012 Spring/Summer Collection
British Remains is taking a darker look at London's famed "tube" as a foundation for their Spring/Summer 2012 collection. The London Underground is an infamous example in overcrowded, mind-numbing,...
Yeats in September of that year about the general uprising by which the Irish claimed emancipation from the British. At first sight, the poem could be read as celebrating the martyrs who gave their life for the cause of independence. Yet upon further scrutiny, it becomes clear that the...