Steven Alan Mariner Peacoat + Birthday Postcard





Earlier today I got a birthday postcard from Steven Alan with 15% of “anything and everything” in the store so I thought I’d browse the site and see what was new. Sure enough I came across the absolutely beautiful peacoat above and immediately fell in love. But I’m not sure which I like more, the olive or the charcoal? I kind of like the olive because of the colorful lining and the brown wooden buttons.

Also, how cute is that birthday postcard? Happy Birthday is gold embossed, if you couldn’t tell from the picture above, which definitely makes me feel even more special. Such attention to detail will always win my pocketbook over.

Bobby

Bobby Solomon

August 24, 2009 / By

As Long As It’s With Me | A Kitsune Noir Mixtape


Well, today is my 27th birthday, so I thought I’d give you all a present, a summer mixtape I’ve made. This quite honestly might be one of my all time favorite mixtapes that I’ve made. It’s really laid back mix, filled with songs to help you enjoy the rest of summer. The total length is about 45 minutes, so it should be able to keep you busy for quite a while. I suggest listening to it while you work, driving at sunset, and when you’re cuddling with your lover.

I think the ending might be my favorite part. Once you hit James by Camera Obscura prepare to start crying, haha… It’s not that bad, but I definitely hit the nail on the head with it, I think. I hope you all enjoy it and be sure to tell your friends.

Here’s the track listing:

01 Little Garçon by Born Ruffians
02 C & O Canal by John Vanderslice
03 I Love The Weekend by No Kids
04 Two Doves by Dirty Projectors
05 Leonard Woolf by PrincetonBeneath The Veil by Chester French
06 Both When I Am Alone and
07 When We Both Are by Fourtet
08 Company I Keep by White Rabbits
09 Calling All Doctors by Telekinesis
10 Natural Light by Casiotone for the Painfully Alone
11 James by Camera Obscura
12 You and I by Wilco
13 All My Friends by Broken Social Scene
14 You’re Too Gone by Jason Lytle

Bobby

Bobby Solomon

August 21, 2009 / By

Kitsune Noir Mixcast / No.004

Friday is here again, and here again is another Kitsune Nor Mixcast. This week’s mixcast is a bit different. There’s a lot of hip hop, a lot of electronic stuff, and it’s definitely not in the usual vein of things I do. In the same breath I think it’s my favorite mixcast I’ve done so far. It’s a pretty eclectic mix, and you should be able to do some serious dancing to these songs.

Let me know what you all think!

Here’s this week’s tracklist:

Do Not Fire! by Madvillainy
Sunshowers (Diplo Mix) by M.I.A.
Cosmolude by Basement Jaxx
Pagina Dos by Prefuse 73
Woodcarver Steiner by Caribou
Memory Loss by Deltron 3030
Lonely Souls by DJ Shadow
Holy Calamity by Handsome Boy Modeling School
Crips by Ratatat
Vomitspit by MF Doom
A Change is Gonna Come by Otis Redding
Day Dreaming by Ghost
Nothing’s The Same by Koushik

Bobby

Bobby Solomon

August 21, 2009 / By

Adidas SLVR High Tops



I’m definitely loving Adidias’ new SLVR collection, an ultra minimal array of apparel, footwear and accessories. The whole line advocates simplicity in shape and form, and uses this simple palette to it’s fullest extent. The high tops above caught my eye for some reason, they almost look elegant and I love that the three stripe Adidas logo has been simplified into a new form. Be sure to check out the entire collection, personally I wish I could have everything they’ve made, it’s all so beautiful.

Bobby

Bobby Solomon

August 21, 2009 / By

Parking Lot Art Show 2

If you’re headed out to Sunset Junction here in Los Angeles this weekend be sure to stop by the parking lot behind Café Stella for Parking Lot Art Show 2. Last years was really fun and crazy and this years looks great as well. Exhibiting in the trucks this year will be Andrew Holder, Anne McCadden, Austin McCormick, Diego Cardosa, Kristen Boteshkan, Mike Kelly and Sex Savages. There was even wrestling last year, and I think there might be more this year, so it should be a fun time.

The show is August 22 from 4 to 9 PM.

Bobby

Bobby Solomon

August 21, 2009 / By

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