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Keep ‘Em Tidy: Q&A With Bawbags Underwear

Keep ‘Em Tidy: Q&A With Bawbags Underwear

Everyday underwear is often met with a ‘whatever’ attitude. We tend to plump for underwear that either looks attractive or a faded pair that offers the most comfort — but when Bawbags are involved, it’s a different story. They manage to blend the hugging desirable comfort that helps us feel at ease with a colourful […]
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Alpinestars Motorcycle Clothing: A Guide To The Brand

Alpinestars Motorcycle Clothing: A Guide To The Brand

Way back in 1963, leather craftsmen Sante Mazzarolo became inspired by the Italian mountain flower “Stella Alpina”, also known as the Alpine Star. The name, the design and prosperous connotations linked to this mountain flower would become the building blocks of a new and innovative project. Around the same time, a high speed action sport […]
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Urban Junk Backpacks: Bringing Sexy Back… To Our Backs!

Urban Junk Backpacks: Bringing Sexy Back… To Our Backs!

Urban Junk challenges the status quo of typical accessories. They breathe life, colour and soul into backpack designs, using cultural influences from far and wide to impress crowds all over. Here at Blue Banana, we put our bags down and took time out of the classroom to catch up with this alluring backpack brand. With […]
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The Buyers Guide To DC Shoes

The Buyers Guide To DC Shoes

A Brief DC Shoes History – 90s In the early 90s a small group of likeminded friends were trying to come up with potential names to coin their latest creation of t shirts and footwear. Boarding enthusiasts including Ken Block, Damon Way, his brother Danny and founder of Plan B skateboards Mike Ternasky embarked on […]
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Buyers Guide To Addict Clothing

Buyers Guide To Addict Clothing

Addict Clothing was set up in 1996 with the view to introduce the UK with a fresh new streetwear brand. In its humble beginnings Addict had only one logo to run with, accompanied by four T Shirt prints. Instead of exploding onto the retail scene over marketing how ‘street’ they were and overpopulating their ranges […]
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