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Father's Day Giveaway

Father's Day Giveaway

Father's Day is right around the corner and do we ever have a nice lil giveaway for y'all looking to hook up "Dad" with something special this year that say's "thank you for being awesome"! Giveaway includes the following: premium navy canvas utility apron from the good folks at Search and Rescue Denim  rose gold "Bird of Prey" flask from Garnish Barware #eaglelife Grey Hearts Denim bar blade premium leather trucker wallet from Sangle Leather All items in giveaway are made here in Canada by local brands based here in British Columbia, with an approximate value of $300. Contest is...

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The Unbranded Brand

The Unbranded Brand

No branding. No washes. No Embroidery. No Ad Campaigns. No Celebrities.The Unbranded Brand is a crazy concept in the world of not just premium denim, but in fashion and apparel in general. The sister brand of Canada's world-renowned denim brand Naked & Famous, the Unbranded Brand shuns the typical approach to branding and marketing that other companies try to use for brand image creation - i.e expensive ad campaigns and celebrity endorsements. This strategy has allowed the brand to offer it's denim jeans at value-driven prices that don't include all the overhead of aforementioned branding frills. Have you ever wondered why some “premium”...

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Naked & Famous Official

Naked & Famous Official

We're so pumped to finally stock Naked & Famous in-store and online. I mean we're pumped to carry so many great brands, however, Naked & Famous is a label we've been working towards earning since we opened our doors last year, and with them now on-board, we can definitely claim "Best Men's Denim Shop in the Okanagan" - we're Naked & Famous Official. Who's "Naked & Famous"? Definitely not a "normal" denim company. Instead of relying on celebrity endorsements and expensive ad campaigns, they focus on sourcing the world’s best fabric and turning it into dope jeans. No advertising, no washes, no pre-distressing,...

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Reel One x GHD Stand Together for BLM

Reel One x GHD Stand Together for BLM

You may have already about the "incident" that happened on set in Vancouver... but if not, here's the long story short: A film Director told a crew member to remove their "Black Lives Matter" shirt or go home - claiming it was a violation of dress code (and that saying "black lives matter" was akin to hate speech). This sent waves through the region on numerous levels and put a spot light on the film industry that was far from flattering. On a parallel track we were already producing our own "Black Lives Matter" tees to raise awareness against prejudice...

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