Alla Champfest Magazine Publishes New Issue

Alla Champfest the international, creative, culture magazine with a focus on art, design, fashion and sport communities is launching its magnificent 4th issue of ACM. Their brilliant team of writers and photographers have interviewed a variety of inspirational creators to grant their reader an inviting 210 page issue.

The two covers include a lovely canvas image from the incredibly talented Phil Frost and the second from skate photographer Benjamin Deberdt, an artistic portrait of the legendary Jason Dill. Some of the talent absorbing its pages will include Dan Attote from Portland, David La Chapelle and Emmanuele D’Angelo both extraordinary photographers, designers BLESS, Skater, and Illustrators Alexandra Compain-Tissier and Kozyndan.

In this issue the creators hope to introduce creative city guides based on wisdom and guidance from influential locals who know their city best. To find the best hidden spots and local hangouts pick up a copy, and we can assure you you won’t regret it!

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Pearly Queens + Comme Black Brights

 

 

Last Sunday Monique from Champfest Magazine and I cycled down to Columbia Road for an early morning coffee amongst the flower stalls. Mon fitted right into the East End vibe in her Comme Black jacket complete with pearl buttons. All she needs now is a feathery hat!

Take a look at the Comme Black blog for some bright inspiration like the two neon looks below!

Bright x Champmag x FGLD

Last week I spent four days in Berlin with Champfest and FGLD for Bright Winter to get a preview of next seasons collections from the streetwear elite.

'Create your own zine' Mon stitches pages of Champfest's special edition zine together as part of the exhibition.

 

 

'Into the Wild' by Johan Colin

Super bicycle graphics and crazy prints on Berlin's Metro

 

Innovative interiors at cult sneaker and streetwear store 'Stab'

Ride Journal V. Launch

Last night London bicyclists in the know pedaled themselves over to Look Mum No Hands to be amongst the first to snag a copy of The Ride Journal V.  Don’t worry if you missed out we are told that the magazine will be on sale at all the usual stockists within the next week. For those of you who missed out on previous editions Journal II is now downloadable for FREE in PDF format at www.theridejournal.com

Champfest Mag's monique approves of the latest edition of Ride.

Collectable matchbox labels produced in Czechoslovakia in the late 1940's.

Tweed Folk by Joe McGorty