We spoke to Charlie from A.IN.T in one of our most insightful interviews to date. He went in on the recent changes in Soho, Paul Raymond's Granddaughters, working with Tom Beard and a whole lot more.
We test out some Impossible Project film in and around Breaks HQ.
As many of you have seen from our recent film about the project, Converse have collaborated with London’s Footpatrol and three other key European trainer stores. The project is a cultural exchange between four city scenes and a collaboration between Converse CONS and trainer stores and local
Breaks took the time to visit four of the artists featured in the London edition of the zine, to try and find out more about them and what it is about London that influences their art.
It’s a blessing that those in London out to further their talents and better themselves as creatives, more often than not, have the ability to recognise when something is worth getting involved in. Real recognises real and all of that. Jim Beam is one of the worlds leading Kentucky
London brand High Society present us a dating guide to help streetwear bros get some #essential buff ting
The Log Cabin is a creative collective started by tattoo artist Liam Alvy and his fiancée and illustrator Bozena Grygoriew. I have known the two of them for quite a while now, and after both working along side Bozena, getting multiple tattoos from Liam, and going on holidays with the two of them, I feel I have got to know the real people behind The Log Cabin
Erin spends a day with one of London's newest and most prolific art crews - This Is My Costume
Photographer Homegrown Diamonds travels to Amsterdam from his native Norway to get tattooed by Edu De Leau and cover it for Breaks Magazine
Social media: Who's doing it right and who isn't? What are the pitfalls and the social boundaries? GregK presents his view on the whole debacle, and more importantly, points our where many brands are going wrong
London brand High Society present a list of stuff that really needs to fuck off in 2014.
Whilst streetwear, and street culture in general, is now very accessible in the UK, with brands like The Hundreds and Obey on every corner, this month we take a look back at one of the first boutiques to pioneer this scene.
I’ve never really done a ‘lads holiday’ before, as I’ve always been away with friends in a mixed group. I’ve also never been to a music festival abroad before either, so when my younger brother called me up and near enough told me that I was coming to Croatia to Hideout festival this summer, I was all for it.