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For most of us, weekdays mean being held to certain dress codes, whether at school or at work. Mishka‘s Fall 2013 collection, however, is tailor-made for your time off – a new range that’s all about statement pieces and “the strong joints you keep in the closet.” From camos and animal prints to wild geometric patterns and tie-dye finishes, military jackets, flannels and sweats will have you looking like an “African prince in Brooklyn” — at least on the weekends. The collection is now available at CONCRETE.

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September 15, 2013 at 14:01


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Mishka headed to the Bay Area to shoot their Summer 2012 lookbook, which now has a visual teaser. Directed by Brandon Tauszik, a who’s who of the San Francisco/Oakland artistic community is on hand, including Main Attrakionz, Chippy Nonstop, Antwon and Bad Slorp, Friendzone, Jel, the Ontask Family, Quelle Chris and Trill Team 6 – with visual energy and a host of different setups around the city. While the full lookbook will drop next week, the summer collection can be purchased now at your local CONCRETE store.

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May 18, 2012 at 12:02


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Found on the Мишка blog, is this Dutch mopster: Sjoerd Krijnen. Who had recently celebrated his birthday with a Мишка cake. Afterwards the pic got send to Мишка, to show his love for what they do, and as a token of their appreciation he got posted on their blog. A belated happy birthday to Sjoerd Krijnen from all of us at CONCRETE.

Happen to be looking for a brand or garment that you’re gonna love so much, you wanna bake them a cake? Drop by CONCRETE for Мишка, Obey, the Hundreds and many more.

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February 14, 2012 at 04:20


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Your closet gathers dust. The hangers have started to leave deep impressions on the garments they support. Some mornings you look in, say hello, and perhaps lift something gently. But you always put it back. You have the Mishka Sniper Bomber now. It’s the only thing you need. Sleep a lonely sleep closet, but know you were defeated by a true champion.

Shell: 100% cotton, Lining: 100% polyester; camouflage canvas zip-up jacket featuring a high ribbed collar, and 4 front pockets; top right with a snapped flap and a logo tag, top left with a vertical zipper and bottom 2 with snapped flaps; sewn logo patch on the bottom right; ribbed trim.

Available now at CONCRETE.

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January 16, 2012 at 13:33


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Oh SNAP! To kick off the new year CONCRETE has got a fresh load of snapbacks by Acapulco Gold, Mishka, The Hundreds, Mitchell & Ness, Stussy, Obey, Akomplice and more!

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January 5, 2012 at 11:50


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On November 27, Roc Nation signee J. Cole hit down in London town in order to grace the infamous stages of Koko as part of his world tour promoting Cole World: The Sideline Story which is out now. J.Cole is wearing the Mishka Deathadders varsity jacket, which is available at CONCRETE in two colorways. To see more of the jacket and the performance hit the jump. Read the rest of this entry »

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December 10, 2011 at 12:37


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Recently Complex magazine asked Bobby Hundreds (co-owner and founder of the Hundreds) to set up a Top 50 list of the greatest streetwear brands of today. We here at Concrete do not necessarily agree or disagree with this list but did want to share it with you, mainly because we applaud Bobby for doing this very well, with all his reasons thoroughly explained and we are very curious to see what you think of this list, so please don’t be shy and drop a comment below.

When initially approached by Complex this is what Bobby had to say:

When Complex first asked me to select the Top 50 Streetwear Brands of All Time, I thought the following:

1) This is gonna get me in a lot of trouble,
2) but I wouldn’t want anyone else to write this,
3) so, sure.

As co-owner of the Hundreds, it’s a catch-22 for me. Anyone I leave of this list is gonna be peeved, and anyone who’s not #1 will be pissed they’re not higher. Anywhere I place our own brand on the list is gonna be scoffed, and I’m gonna look like I’m playing favorites, hating competitors or riding bias.

Worst of all, streetwear, more than any other industry or scene, is overrun with ego and insecure males, so friends and rivals alike will take with this list (and me). It’s gonna be an awkward MAGIC. But I’m okay with that, as long as streetwear is properly upheld.

To check out who made it to nr.1 or to see who’s fallen of the wagon, and to read the full article by Bobby Hundreds, hit this link.

Written by Concrete Store

June 29, 2011 at 00:01

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