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AnyForty store visits: Disturbed Clothing, Camden, London

5th December 2012 | Tags: , , , ,

So today, we made our second store visit in 2 weeks, after last weeks visit to Urban Industry, we took the short trip across London and visited new stockist Disturbed Clothing, in Camden!

Jumping on the 243 bus from Upper Clapton across to the world famous Camden High Street with the puppy and our man Hobbit we headed over to see how the brand is doing in store and have a catch up with the main man Amer.

We’re stoked to finally have our first London retail account under our belt and we’re keen for the brand to do well in there.

If your a London head, or coming down to London to visit, we highly recommend you pop along and check out Disturbed, it’s like the Aladdin’s cave of Streetwear stores, you walk in through one store, then head downstairs into Disturbed and you’re hit with walls absolutely covered in the sickest product, windbreakers, crewnecks, tees, sneakers, snapbacks, like a kid in a candy shop, trust me, I struggled to walk out of there without spending any money.

We’re proud to share the shop floor with the likes of Nike, Adidas, Carhartt, King, New Era and many more. Big up’s guys for being our first London account, watch this space for a few more next year.

Check out the pics below and next time your around pop in and see the guys!

The Art Of Front Exhibition – Opening night

So last night we headed over to Camden to sweat our nuts off at the opening night party for Front Magazine’s The Art Of Front exhibition. Great to catch up with our family like Waste, Timba Smits, Mr Gauky, Pone and also put some faces to names of people we’ve chatted to a lot but never met like James Huyton and Stephanie of Deer Brains who’s been a long time supporter. Also good to meet the man they call Malarky for the first time, these last 5 months in London you can’t go anywhere without seeing some of his work painted on shutters or walls.

The Art Of Front exhibition opens to the general public tonight, and runs until a Friday night closing party, we didn’t take too many pictures (and those we did aren’t great, lighting was moody to say the least) as spent most the night hands full of free beer but it’s well worth a trip across to look at some great bits of artwork, loads of prints to buy at really reasonable prices, as well as some handpainted busts of big chested models and some custom painted Vans from non other than Mr Gauky and others that you can cop too. Well worth a visit and if last night was anything to go by, the Friday closing party will be off the meat hook!!