09 February 2013

The Operation


When six local staple brands align, and are set to come up with a project, you should definitely take note. The six brands are composed of - Groupe De Ville, Ambitious Clothing Co., Threedown, Newspaper Boy Clothing, Elevate Apparel and Creative Elite Operation - all geared towards one big project that will redefine local streetwear and menswear all-together. All six brands have made big waves in the local industry, and all have established consistent success throughout time. It will be interesting to see what they come up with. Keep yourself updated right here, first, view their corresponding posters after the break.


Creative Elite Operation x Elevate Apparel


Creative Elite Operation x Threedown


Creative Elite Operation x Newspaper Boy Apparel


Creative Elite Operation x Groupe De Ville


Creative Elite Operation x Ambitious Clothing Co.

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Most likely as usual T-Shirts lang with different prints. Frankly all of them yun lang naman ang alam gawin eh. Lahat ng bata pwede magsimula ng clothing like kamukha nila. Basta may T-Shirt supplier ka at silk screen printer eh di clothing line ka na rin. Basta marami kang barkada or may kilala ka na banda eh di ayos na! Sawang sawa na tao sa mga T Shirts na parepareho lang naman mga print. Lahat puro graphic designer lang na nagpriprint sa T-Shirt.

Atleast pag Nick Automatic mas may saysay at artwork and T-Shirt print. Lahat naman yan ang bumibili lang barkadahan nila at mga ilang tao na nauuto nila pero pasya kayo sa mga department stores pareho lang ang mga T-Shirt nila na printed na gawa nitong mga clothing line na ito. Eto ba streetwear? eh puro T-Shirt lang na man, dapat ang tawag T-shirtwear lines.

Magpakatutuo naman kayo mga pare. Mga bata lang naman kayo na graphic artists na nag pri-print sa mga T-Shirt. GISING!

^ I might have to agree you but Groupe De Ville and Creative Elite Operation actually create some clothing pieces that you don't easily find elsewhere. Yes, the graphic T-Shirts are all played out, but I'm actually looking forward to the buttondowns from this release. Ciao!

Start ka rin ng sarili mo, baka nga mas magaling ka magdesign ng t-shirts. Malay mo yumaman ka. Alam mo lahat e.

Group De Vill and Creative Elite Operation are copies of old designs from Human and you will see most of them in SM Department Stores too. Both just copies from local department stores

It makes sense, All these clothing lines only makes T-Shirts with various graphic designs and occasional jackets and button down shirts. Somehow they all have the same T-Shirt suppliers and the same button down shirt designs. After a while it gets sickening because they don't really anything to offer than just that. It kind of shows they don't really have any knowledge in street wear or fashion.

Anyone who knows any better on what street wear and doesn't even have to be knowledgeable about it can safely say that they are all the same. Yes I think they are just T-Shirt wear lines.

kung magaling ka maghanap lahat naman ng Group De Ville na mga rubber shoes at sneakers meron sa Cartimar.

Creative Elite Operations naman talaga parang mga copya lang sa mga department stores at mas marami pa sa department stores na pagpipilian.

Pang jejemon lang look nila kaya bagay sa aming mga skate boarders pero kung mga copya lang naman at may mura pa duon na kami.

agree. marami ngang kopya lang sa Human at sa Oxygen lalo na sa loob ng mga department stores at mas mura pa

Internet age na at mag surf lang sa net kahit sino alam agad na pare pareho lang naman sila talaga, mas marami pa nga na ok sa loob ng department store eh at mas affordable pa sa budget natin. ]

marami sila syempre nauuto dahil mga barkada nila lang mga bumibili o yung mga gusto mag magkaroon ng barkada. puros t-shirt lang talaga alam naman nila lahat at dinadaan lang naman sa barkadahan at mga tropa.

ok sila gumawa ng mga logo pero mga pare talaga naman hanggang dun lang lahat sila. pagalingan nalang sila graphic design ng mga logo sa mga t shirt nila lol

Just all graphic designers and groupies printing on T-Shirts. Nothing more.

It is 2013! Kahit walang mga talent lahat pwede hahahah. May digital camera ka eh di photographer ka na, basta may kumuha ng picture mo feeling mo model ka na, basta may mac book ka at T shirt eh di clothing line ka na! lol

Graphic Artists that print on T-Shirts is not what Streetwear makes.

I think they are better off making album covers not street wear since they are only graphic artists.

agree kasi parang joke para tawagin na street wear dahil puro graphic artists lang naman printing T-Shirts lahat sila.

What is streetwear really? Educate us please.

Guys! I-lahat na nyo na. I mean pareparehas naman silang lahat diba?? Lahat ng local brands dito sa pinas streetwear o menswear makikita natin lahat sa dep store. Mura pa and hindi ganun kabigat sa bulsa diba? I-mention nyo na lahat ng bigatin na brands ngayon na pareparehas lang sila. Start tayo kay UNSCHLD - Yung T-shirts nila hindi ganun ka-OK yung quality plus yung buttondowns parang pag SM, Progress - nagpapaka-Supreme ang mahal! THE - nagpapakastreet lang, Chief - Low quality shirts medyo mahal pa, Most High - nagcollab sa hindi naman sikat na wanna be rapper na si Ice Rocks, Stndrds Mnl - na puro pocket tees lang alam gawin. Just to name a few. Pero mga pare ko, si NICK AUTOMATIC nalang ba yung no1 sa inyo??? To tell you guys nakakasawa na mga designs nya puro nalang full printed shirts. Walang evolution sa brand na yun. Wala ako against sa project na ito. Sana tumahimik muna tayo and maghintay nalang ng ilalabas nila.

Sa mga nag comment dito, 50% agree ako sa inyo and 50% na nakakainis lang kayo kasi muka kayo tanga and low life na wala lang magawa. Solid na hater nga kayo. Yung unang nag comment pwede paki educate kami kung ano talaga sa streetwear? Hindi ako big fan ng ibang brands na ito pero i respect their hustle. Yung mga nag salita dito kayo alam nyo ba talaga kung ano ang streetwear? Kung alam nyo lahat pwede na kayo gumawa ng brand na tatalo sa mga brands na ito at sa mga brands pa na nag sisimula dito sa pilipinas. Tignan nyo muna mga sarili nyo bago kayo mag husga. Buti pa sila may ginagawa sa buahy nila. Just sayin. Free naman mag comment dito e. Gaya nyo free lang mag comment kaya go kayo mag trash talk sa lahat ng brands dito sa pinas.

According to wikipedia: "Street wear is a distinctive style of street fashion. Rooted in West Coast surf and skate culture, it has grown to encompass elements of hip hop fashion, Japanese street fashion, and modern Haute couture fashion."

Only 2 names in Philippine Fashion was really ever "street wear" and introduced it to Philippine culture. It was Cecil Zamora of Defect and Adam De Lumen of Havoc Street Couture.

Both popularly pushed fashion to allow street wear take main stage in Philippine fashion run ways and change the conservative Philippine way of dressing, and allowing young designers to come in and flourish. Sadly there has been none after them to remotely follow in Philippine fashion to define and create street wear.

All these clothing lines are simply T-Shirts lines. Graphic Artists printing on T-Shirts does not constitute street wear. Hope this is helpful to those who has no knowledge of street wear.

To give more respect to the only 2 purveyors of real "Street Wear" in the Philippines (both Cecile Zamora & Adam De Lumen).

It is insulting to both the 2 designers and the youth in that era that went through lengths for Philippine fashion and the impact both designers have made and created that permanently change the Philippine fashion landscape forever in the mid to late 90's to blatantly just use the term "streetwear" to a group of people/graphic artists simply printing on mass produced T-Shirts sold in bulk so they can re-sell them with their print and sew their labels on them so as to call it a "clothing line of street wear".



agree. masyadong mahal sa low quality na mga damit at parepareho lang naman. trying hard lang maging street. masyadong feel na feel gamiting ang term na "collaboration" pero at the end of it T-shirt lang naman lahat at mga button down shirt at tama ka walang katapusan na pocket t-shirt.

I hear nung panahon na yon ang talagang gathering for streetwear and alternative lifestyle people to sell clothes, music and party is called Consortium that bring in world class djs like Carl Cox and Goldie to name a few. I remember nga yung Defect at Havoc from my older relatives that yung nga yung naririning ko na street wear pero nung time na yon gradeschool lang lahat ang mga fans ng mga brands or clothing line na ito kaya hindi nila alam talaga.

AGREE! Defect and Havoc lang ang streetwear! lahat t-shirts lang na mahilig sa term na "collaboration" lol

Oo lahat sila pareparehas lang at nag oover price for low quality shirts. dinadaan sa barkadahan at kunwari cool at hip. cool at hip lang naman yan sa mga taong walang barkada o gusto maki tropa sa kanila.

sila Cecil Zamora at Adam De Lumen mga talagang Fashion Designers diba kaya alam nila ginagawa nila pero lahat naman itong mga brands na ito eh mga graphic artists lang o mga barkadahan lang kaya syempre hanggang t-shirt lang alam nila.

When I was in high school during the Defect and Havoc times, everyone was rebelling against the fashion norm and yes that was the street wear era when some schools would even ban students from wearing Havoc in Poveda because street wear was growing so strong and the voice of self expression in Philippine fashion made so many school authority figures nervous.

True! They should focus on album covers than clothes...they have more future in graphic design than apparel.

OH YEAH! CONSORTIUM OF GROOVE NATION! THOSE WERE THE DAYS! THATS REAL MUSIC AND STREETWEAR! THOSE EVENTS ARE SO UNDERGROUND BEFORE THE INTERNET AND SOCIAL MEDIA AGE THAT THOSE EVENTS ARE HARD TO LOCATE AND THEY ONLY GIVE OUT FLYERS AND A MAP! WORLD CLASS DJS AND THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE WOULD GATHER.

I still have plenty of Havoc Street Wear from those days! I agree Havoc and Defect are the only street wear brands to this day. The rest are spin offs from camouflage and those t-shirts which I have seen in their stores for over 10 years now. If you know Havoc and Defect, nothing that these clothing lines are doing anything unique, innovative and streetwear.

UNSCHLD is just a wanna be street wear label and the rest goes for all these brands.

Dear Perveyor,

Para sa mga kagaya ko at yung iba na "not in the know" sa street wear and kung ano ang Havoc at Defect at kung sino si Cecile Zamora at Adam De Lumen, paki feature naman or interview para malaman namin kung ano ang street wear talaga para di na kami mauto ng mga clothing lines na ito like UNSCHLD, Group De Ville, Creative Elite Operation and the rest na street wear sila kasi base sa mga comments ng tao dito narealize ko nga na puro T-Shirt with print, button down shirts at pocket shirt lang talaga sila kahit mag collaborate pa sila sa isat isa eh hindi nga sila street wear.

nagiging obvious na mga graphic artist lang sila at wala silang alam sa street wear fashion dahil hindi naman sila designers. Also ano po ang Consortium at Groove Nation?

salamat!

pare hindi kami low life na tanga na walang magawa. Nakikita lang namin na tutuo na lahat yang mga brands na yan t-shirt lang at hindi street wear and mga wanna be lang

Havoc! Yes the street wear days!!!! I miss the Consortiums too!

from what I remember from my brother and his friends, you have to be around the fashion scene of street wear back in 96' when street wear all began. Havoc and Defect are the 2 brands that introduced streetwear in the Philippines. Cecile Zamora is the designer of Defect and is now the blogger Chuvaness. Adam De Lumen is the designer of Havoc.

Consortium is a big underground party/event by a group of djs and music producers named Groove Nation that are the first to bring in the biggest DJ names like the father of house music Carl Cox before Big Fish started throwing dj events. Groove Nation is owned by Toti Dalmacion.

I do hope Purveyor finds a way to feature them so the readers find out what and who streetwear really are. Little can be found in the internet because back in those days there was no such thing as google or social media platoforms like facebook, bloggers,twitter and even wikipedia.

It also doesn't help that they were "underground" designers. I hope my little information helps because I was only 13 years old when those 2 designers introduced streetwear in Philippine Fashion.

Masyadong pa Hip Hop lahat ng mga clothing lines ngayon at wanna be street wear pa!

Dalawa lang ang talagang street wear! Havoc at Defect lang talaga. lahat ngayon puro wanna be street wear na mga graphic designer lang.

Tama! Kailangan natin ng sense of history dahil lahat yan mga clothing lines ngayon nagpapaka-streetwear lang kahit hindi naman!

Basyo ang mga clothing lines na wanna be streetwear hahahahah!

There is nothing wrong with graphic t-shirts, it becomes all played out because all there designs look alike and nothing new ever comes out. Even their graphic design skills and ideas are limited let alone being a streetwear brand. These clothing lines are bunch of BS

Ang Nick Automatic pang jejemon lang naman eh. Puro squater at kanto boys lang ang naka Nick Automatic

I don't think people here commenting are all haters, some if not most are simply stating the obvious about these clothing lines. It only takes a short while before people realize that these clothing lines are a bunch of talentless hacks all producing T-Shirts and doing nothing more apart from being "wanna be" streetwear brands.

mukhang mga cover ng cd lahat yung mga pictures dito lol

I think these clothing lines are confusing streetwear from street credit. lol.

Give me Defect or Havoc anytime! That's streetwear!

A word to all the wanna be clothing lines...You can't fool people in the internet age. Stop pretending to be streetwear.

Where can I buy Defect or Havoc?

Yes lahat sila! Pare pareho lang naman sila na wanna be streetwear eh. trend lang sila lahat ng social media at nauso ang mga barkadahan na mag print sa t-shirt para kumita ng pera sa mga nauuto nila na bumili. Tapos feel na feel nila ang "collaboration" ahahahah. lahat nalang may collaboration pero iisa lang naman ang resulta, T-SHIRT lang lahat

simple lang naman mga pare eh, yan lahat ng mga clothing lines na yan walang alam sa fashion kaya kita naman sa mga producto nila. nagpapaka street wear lang sila.

If you are looking for Group De Ville and Creative elite Operation, try various boutiques in malls or even Oxygen and Human, they both just copy from local stores in malls and you will find their designs even in department stores like SM and Robinsons

Yup yup! Lahat sila. Nagpapaka street lang kahit hindi naman. mas tatanggapin pa ng mga tao kung hindi sila nagpapaka hip or feeling street at tawagin nalang nilang lahat sarili nila na mga T-Shirt lines

AGREE. IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR STREETWEAR, THERE ARE ONLY 2 BRANDS THAT ARE REALLY STREETWEAR IN THE PHILIPPINES, HAVOC OR DEFECT AND THAT'S IT!

lol, mali spelling mo pare! Purveyor hindi perveyor. Oo, dapat mag feature ang purveyor tungkol sa Defect at Havoc nila Cecile Zamora at Adam De Lumen ng matuto tayo kung ano streetwear talaga para hindi tayo mga mukhang tanga na nagpapauto sa lahat ng mga clothing brands magmula kay CHIEF, UNSCHLD hanggang sa Group De Ville at Creative Elite. Lahat na sila nabuko na mga wanna be streetwear lang.

kung hindi mo alam, maginternet ka! lol

AGREE! mga wanna be streetwear sila

"Groupe De Ville, Ambitious Clothing Co., Threedown, Newspaper Boy Clothing, Elevate Apparel and Creative Elite Operation - all geared towards one big project that will redefine local streetwear and menswear all-together." sorry pero hindi sila street wear, wanna be street wear lang sila lahat.

If you want real streetwear from the 2 brands that started it all and introduced streetwear in the Philippines, I suggest look up Havoc by Adam De Lumen and Defect by Cecile Zamora. nuf said!

Agree ako sayo pare. Lahat sila mga feeling streetwear lang at wanna be streetwear. Nagcocollaborate sila kuno para marami nanaman sila mauto na pagkakakitaan ng mga T-Shirt.

Diba Cecile Zamora is Grocery not Defect?

Go go Nick Automatic forever!

Go Nick Automatic! Tayong mga jejemon ang future ng streetwear!

Ayos toh! Away pa! haha! Apektado tayo sa mga releases na ito e hindi naman tayo bibili kasi wala tayo pambili kasi mahal mga damit nila lol sa divi nalang tayo TRUKFIT at YMCMB mura pa! lol Lahat ng local brnds dito pa-high end na so tayo can't afford na. Buti pa sa divi mura! Nick Automatic ang the best kasi pang jejemon like us!

pano sila naging high end? pa over price sila pero poor quality naman at mura lang mga materials. pa streetwear kuno na, pa high end pa. Nick Automatic unite! Jejemons unite!

mga nagfefeeling high end lang sila eh jologs naman lahat ng style at design nila. mas high end pa laman at designs sa loob ng department store kesa sa mga brands na ito kahit mag collaborate pa sila ng 10 beses hindi naman magiging streetwear ang damit nila

sila daw mag reredefine ng street wear eh hindi nga sila street wear eh. ireredefine nila ang wanna be street wear posers ng Manila

Hindi. High end na yung brands nila kasi mga taga CSB, Lasalle and Ateneo yung mga nakikita ng tao na nagsusuot ng mga brands na ito. Yung mga rich kids lang kaya bumili sakanila nito. Yung mga conyo people na yun sila yung makakaafford nito tayo mga jejemons pang divi lang and department stores sa SM jejemon section. Okay pa nga RRJ saka Markus mura na okay pa.

eh kahit mga taga CSB, Lasalle at Ateneo pa sila wala naman silang mga talent at posers parin at mga wanna be streetwear. Eh kamukha lang naman ng mga tidna sa departmentstore ng Robinsons at SM mga producto nila eh. puro kopya sa Oxygen at Human lang naman.

hirap kasi sa kanila nagpipilit talaga maging streetwear eh talaga namang walang mga talent.

Huwaw nasisiraan na yata sila ng ulo. paano nila ireredefine streetwear eh kahit mag collaborate pa sila eh parepareho lang mga producto nila. lahat mga kopya lang sa Oxygen at Folded & Hung. Punta kayo sa Folded & Hung magsawa kayo sa button down shirt at mas marami pang maganda.

Hirap talaga pag mga posers. tapos magcocollaborate pa mga posers. streetwear daw sila eh 2 lang naman talaga ang tutuong streetwear sa Pinas. Defect lang at Havoc. Lahat ng sumunod mga wanna be lang at posers

I think pati mga People R People products lang ang mga pinanggagalingan ng design ideas nila lahat.

tsk tsk task. ganyang talaga pag mga walang talents, kahit magsamasama at mag collaborate silang lahat, wanna be streetwear at posers parin and kakalabasan. Itigil nyo na yan. kawawa naman yung mga tao na nauuto nyo ng pera na bumili ng mga walang kwenta nyong over price na damit. Tama yung comment sa itaas, puro mga copya sa People R People lang naman mga designs nila.

edi mag suot kayo ng havok at defect sa panahon ngayon... sabihin mag collab sila para sila na bida ulit

Operation Poser at Wanna be coming soon!

alam mo tol, kung may Havoc at Defect pa, walang mauuto itong mga brands ng t-shirt at button down shirts ala F&H at People R People na mga ito kahit mag collaborate pa sila ng 100 beses.

ang punto lang yata ng marami dito eh hindi mga streetwear yang mga brands na yan ngayon. kaya yung mga iba pilit sila na tinatawag na mga posers at wanna be kasi nga hindi naman sila streetwear kagaya ng Defect at Havoc.

Talentless hacks from colleges collaborating with other talentless hacks and posers!

malamang nasa People R People at F&H na yung mga brand owners na ito for their collaboration at dun sila nangongopya ng designs hahahah

sobra naman kayo! kahit mga walang talents sila at mga posers sila may damdamin sila lol

ayos! aray ko po! bullseye ang mga hirit dito.

bato bato sa langit, pag tinamaan umaaray dahil posers

iba na panahon ngayon! lahat pang posers nalang at wanna be. panahon na ng mga streetwear kuno hahahah

Puro hater haha pare makaluma alam nyo new breed na to yan nyo sila trip Nila e. Kung d nyo trip move on make your own brand para cool kids na ren kayo. Kita kits na Lang tayo sa bilihan ng Tela sa kamuning pre

Excuse me? I'm sorry but we are talking about street wear not squater wear like Nick Automatic! Please lang!

tapos sabay kita kita sa department store at sa F&H at People R People para mag kopya ng designs lol

makaluma? eh lahat naman ng ginagawa ng mga posers at wanna be na streetwear lines nayan kahit mag collaborate pa sila eh ginawa na sa Defect at Havoc nung 1997. Yan ba new breed? eh puro rehash lang ng nakaraan

Collab na to ng pangagaya mga pre

cool kids daw? posers! hindi cool maging mga wanna be streetwear brands.

Yung ginawa ng havoc has been done even before them it's "fashion" paulet ulet lng at Puro gayahan

lahat ng ginagawa ng Groupe De Ville, Ambitious Clothing Co., Threedown, Newspaper Boy Clothing, Elevate Apparel and Creative Elite Operation ginawa na sa Havoc at Defect nung 1997 so medyo 15 years ago na lahat ng designs na paulit ulit lang na kinokopya.

whoa! kapapanganak ko palang nun kaya siguro karamihan sa amin hindi alam ang pinanggalingan ng mga designs.

So sino pa na una sa Havoc at Defect?

I think Groupe De Ville, Ambitious Clothing Co., Threedown, Newspaper Boy Clothing, Elevate Apparel and Creative Elite Operation are more like F&H and People R People.

I have plenty of stuff from the days of Havoc, Grocery, and Defect and I'm proud to say they are nothing close to what they make now. Havoc & Defect/Grocery have 2 very different identities and style but all these brands now look alike and to make it worst they just look like stuff from Oxygen, Human, F&H and People R People.

Lets just wait what their collaborations will come out with before we prejudge.

Tanga! hahaha. Obvious na kapapanganak mo lang tol nung panahon na yon dahil ang talagang na una na nagintroduce ng street wear is yung Havoc at Defect!

Tapos ginaya ng Bench kaya nagkaroon ng Human tapos pati si Penshoppe naki gaya rin kaya may Oxygen. Basahin mo yung mga nagcomment sa itaas para malaman mo na kung di dahil sa Havoc at Defect wala sigurong naging streetwear dito satin sa Pinas!

Mga tol wag naman natin ikumpara sa Havoc at Defect sila Groupe De Ville, Ambitious Clothing Co., Threedown, Newspaper Boy Clothing, Elevate Apparel and Creative Elite Operation dahil mahirap ang labanan dahil mga designer talaga sila Havoc at Defect at Clothing lines lang ang Groupe De Ville, Ambitious Clothing Co., Threedown, Newspaper Boy Clothing, Elevate Apparel and Creative Elite Operation.

Bigyan naman natin sila ng chance



oo tama yan! mahirap ang basis ng comparison dahil fashion designers ng street wear ang Defect at Havoc tapos sila pa ang unang street wear dito sa atin sa Pinas.

lahas ng loob nila sabihin na sila magreredefine ng streetwear eh hindi nga sila streetwear. mga wanna be street wear lang sila

kasi lakas ng amats nila para sabihin na sila magreredefine ng streetwear eh.

ang tanong anyare sa havoc at defect?hahahaha

walang din naman use kung sila nauna eh. wala na naman sila ngayon. crash and burn din.

oo nga kaya nagkalat sila Groupe De Ville, Ambitious Clothing Co., Threedown, Newspaper Boy Clothing, Elevate Apparel, Progress, UNSCHLD, Bakecon, Tailor Gang Bespoke at Creative Elite Operation

EH SI MIGGY REGALA LANG NAMAN TO EH HAHAHHAA

I miss shopping in Havoc and Defect. ;-)

actually dahil sa mga away na ito tinignan ko lahat ang damit nila Groupe De Ville, Ambitious Clothing Co., Threedown, Newspaper Boy Clothing, Elevate Apparel at Creative Elite Operation. Makakamukha lahat. Anong kalalabasan ng collaboration nila?

buti nga wala sila kaya may mga nakapagpipilit at mga nagpoposer na kagaya nila Groupe De Ville, Ambitious Clothing Co., Threedown, Newspaper Boy Clothing, Elevate Apparel at Creative Elite Operation.

si miggy regala lang yan hater sila ng girlfriend niyang pa hipster sa tumblr na nagmamala V$VP RICKY NG PINAS TANGINA NYO

Pagbigyan na ng chance ang collaboration nila kahit pare pareho lang naman products nila. Sana magbukas nalang sila ng isang store para sama sama na dahil iisa lang naman look nila at products nila para hindi hassle mag commute at isa nalang puntahan para sabay sabay na

COLLAB NG MGA GAYAHAN ITO MGA TOL! ABANGAN NYO! PUSTAHAN YUN DIN KALALABASAN NILA

yan ba yung jologs na magsyota na skateboarder?

para matigil na lahat itong mga post sige na aminin na dapat ng Purveyr at Groupe De Ville, Ambitious Clothing Co., Threedown, Newspaper Boy Clothing, Elevate Apparel at Creative Elite Operation na hindi sila streetwear para hindi na sila tinatawag na mga trying hard, wanna be, at posers. Aminin na nila na mga clothing line lang sila na parepareho

lol. sabi nung iba mga Progress at UNSHCLD saw itong mga inis na inis dahil sa mga panggagaya ng Groupe De Ville, Ambitious Clothing Co., Threedown, Newspaper Boy Clothing, Elevate Apparel at Creative Elite Operation

lahatin na. Sali na si UNSCHLD hanggang kila Progress.

Halata namang hindi eh, sorry ha? Pero yung culuture kung nasan sila ngayon ay "TULUNGAN" at hindi away. TULUNGAN

huh? anong pinagsasabi mo dyan?

wag na mag mall. Divisoria at Kamuning lang mabibili mga tela ng Creative elite operation at Group De Vill sa halaga ng 70 pesos per yard! Tapos ipatahi mo kay mang Domeng sa may Recto eh di ayos na. Baka mas maganda pa kalabasan

Excuse me! Pang sosyal ang mga stuff namin hindi pang jologs na kamukha mo!

Basyo! spot on and description sa Groupe De Ville, Ambitious Clothing Co., Threedown, Newspaper Boy Clothing, Elevate Apparel at Creative Elite Operation

Yun nga eh kaya isang maliking joke silang lahat sa collaboration nila eh

Mahirap makipag-usap sa ayaw tumanggap ng realidad. Tapos na yung era nila, at yung sinasabi mong streetwear, hanapin mo meaning nun, iba yun sa street fashion. Ang streetwear nagsimula sa surf skate brands, isa dun stussy, at lahat sila nagstart sa t-shirt.

Pero bilib ako sa pagka-fan mo sa Havoc at Defect, congrats.

yung designer ng Defect eh naglalaro at ginawang hobby lang naman ang pagdedesign ng streetwear nuon plus nag asawa at nag focus na sa pamilya at dahil nakalagay lang naman po sa Forbes Richest Filipinos na ang tatay nya ay top 19 richest man in the Philippines.

yung designer po ng Havoc eh nagbukas po lang naman ng mga Havoc sa America nung 2003 at dun na sa New York po nabibili ang Havoc at kinuhang designer na rin po sa Diesel yung may ari ngayon.

Mag google ka nga napaka simple lang ng sagot sa tanong mo!

Ibig sabihin Streetwear talaga sila Groupe De Ville, Ambitious Clothing Co., Threedown, Newspaper Boy Clothing, Elevate Apparel and Creative Elite Operation.

T-shirt wear pwede pa

Wow. Can't you guys just appreciate the local hustle? People tryna make a name for themselves. It's not all about screen printing on plain shirts, it's also about conceptualizing everything and coming up with good print designs. If you think of it as just prints on shirts, you really ARE better off shopping at the department store rather than supporting artistic minds trying to do their own thing. GET OUTA HERE

Korek! tulugan natin yung mga bagong brands ngayon!

sira! mga nagsusuot lang ng Nick Automatic ang kailangan maligo! hahahah

hahahaha bullseye! sopla ang tanong nito sa nasagot!

Tol hindi parin sila streetwear. ano ba tawag pag puro copya lang sa F&H at People R People? lol

artistic? dude iisa lang look nila! lahat ng bata ngayon pwede ng maging graphic designer basta may mac ka!

ang tamang sagot dyan ay Groupe De Ville, Ambitious Clothing Co., Threedown, Newspaper Boy Clothing, Elevate Apparel and Creative Elite Operation.

Sadly yes, department stores have better clothes to offer than Groupe De Ville, Ambitious Clothing Co., Threedown, Newspaper Boy Clothing, Elevate Apparel and Creative Elite Operation. Sorry but its' the truth.

Plus why not buy stuff from where they all just copy like F&H, People R People, Oxygen and Human to name a few.

kawawa naman street wear dito sa pinas kung sila mag reredefine. :-(

The designer of Defect/Grocery is the Blogger Chuvaness.com now and the designer of Havoc is a New York based street wear and high fashion line already. :-) <..> ~^^~

I think you mean malaking joke ang collaboration nila

Been reading down this blog's thread of comments and whats the big deal of the meaning of streetwear? It's all about what you make and design. In fashion one should know, what started in the street ends up on the run ways of Paris, New York, Milan, London and Tokyo then back to the street where it all began.

Simply put...what you wear in the street is what streetwear really is.

As for Havoc and Defect vs comparing Groupe De Ville, Ambitious Clothing Co., Threedown, Newspaper Boy Clothing, Elevate Apparel and Creative Elite Operation, I see no basis for comparison vs seasoned designers from very young brands.

Simply put, you can't compare those 6 brands based on the limited style and clothes they make against innovative and avante garde designers like Havoc and Defect. There is simply no point of comparison.

Those 2 designers put streetwear and even "street fashion" in the Philippine culture back in 96'. Somehow knowing the past could be very helpful to new brands like these 6 who are trying to make a name in the Philippine scene.

With the abundant resource of the internet, social media, and electronic gadgets, more is expected from these 6 new brands and hopefully this collaboration can show that they have taken street wear to the next level in the Philippines.

Looking forward to the result of the collaboration. Best wishes!


sosyal o pa sosyal lang in short sosyal climber. ang talagang sosyal na may pera ang binibili Y-3 at PLAY

Dont hate the player hate the game!

hehehe obvious yung tanong nung hindi alam kung anong nangyari sa Defect at Havoc eh tanga at siguro ngayon lang nakatikim ng damit kaya bow na bow sa Groupe De Ville, Ambitious Clothing Co., Threedown, Newspaper Boy Clothing, Elevate Apparel at Creative Elite Operation. hoy buloy wag kang tatanga tanga

ang lalim tol! sumakit ulo ko sa pag basa sa comment na to!

Ang tanga mo rin noh? Feeling streetwear nga sila eh lol

Mag 5CM clothing o G-star nalang tayo kesa bumili sa mga copya ng 6 brands na ito!

Kung di mo alam Havoc at Defect getta outta here you don't belong in this scene at mag Nick Automatic ka nalang dahil kahit Groupe De Ville, Ambitious Clothing Co., Threedown, Newspaper Boy Clothing, Elevate Apparel at Creative Elite Operation di bagay sayo!

joke na nga sila nagcollaborate pa kaya naging malaking joke

pok! tinamaan sa ulo sila Groupe De Ville, Ambitious Clothing Co., Threedown, Newspaper Boy Clothing, Elevate Apparel at Creative Elite Operation! hahahahah

oo era na ng mga t-shirt, button down shirt at camo. panahon na ng gayahan at mag collaborate para lalong mag gayahan. ang realidad ngayon basta meron kang camera photographer ka na, basta may nagpicture sayo model ka na, pag pinagsamasama picture mo look book na yon, pag may mac book ka graphic artist ka na, pag may supplier ka ng t-shirt at meron kang silk screen clothing line ka na, pag bumili ka ng tela sa kamuning at pina tahi mo eh di street wear ka na! Di na kailangan ng talent ngayon. Its all about the gansta hustle! eto ang realidad. BOW

kailangan nila magtulungan kasi nakikita na ng mga tao na walang mga katuturan mga T shirt nila at mga button down shirt nila na ang mga tela galing sa Kamuning at parepareho lang sila ng mga tela!

Bespoken ko mga mukha nitog 6 na brands na to na feeling eh lahat naman tayo nagkikita kita sa Kamuning na bumibili ng 70 pesos per yard na tela at iisa lang mga patahian natin per piraso! may collaboration at reinventing streetwear pa kayong nalalaman dyan!

pucha naman ang layo ng G Star at 5CM clothing sa kanila. Mga Kamuning tela at pasadya lang mga damit nilang lahat. Honestly ang sama ng mga damit nila. bigyan mo pa ng 1 year titigil din sila sa mga walang say say nila na damit

dude look at the stuff all of these 6 designers! come on! they all suck. talking about no talents and style!

eh ni kahit mga t shirt at button down shirts ng Bench at Penshoppe mas maganda pa sa mga pinag-gagawa nitong 6 na ito eh

hanggang T shirt with pocket, with print, button down shirt in different telas from Kamuning at camo lang alam nitong 6 na ito eh! pwede ba itigil na ang mga kahibagan nila. may collaboration pa silang nalalaman

bakit ba kayo mga haters! bayaan nyo nang rumacket itong mga bata na ito sa mga printed t shirt, button down shirt, at camo. hanggat may nauuto sila na bumili hayaan nyo sila

Asa pa kayo sa six brands na yan! nakita nyo na ba mga pinag gagawa nila? walang kwenta! much respect sa Havoc at Defect sa layo ng narating nila at sa mga designs nila pero itong era ngayon puro walang kwenta at walang papupuntahan kahit mag collaborate pa silang 6. Magpakatutuo nalang sila at tanggapin na nila wala naman silang mga alam. Buti pa UNSCHLD at Progress kahit papano may street credit

basta naka Nick Automatic asahan mo na may putok!

magsasawa din sooner or later ang mga nauuto nila. nagsisimula na makahalat ang mga tao. internet age na at hanggang button down shirt, printed tee at camo lang silang 6 kaya kailangan na nila magcollaborate dahil ala na silang maisip

kwela talaga nung may Havoc at Defect pa. Talagang mga street wear at maraming designs. ngayon puros printed tees, button down shirt at camo lang ang mga kaya ng lahat gawin. yes lahat sila pati UNSCHLD, THE, Progress at kung sino sino pa na pa clothing line at brand pa dyan

kapal ng mukha sabihin ireredefine nila streetwear sa pinas. eh ni hindi nga nila maiayos at mapalago mga brands nila at hanggang printed t shirts, button downs at mga camo inspired lang alam nilang gawin

Why dont you guys complain straight forward to the brands themselves? Why waste time here? Instead of whining and complaining why not opt for a suggestion to help the brands? Are you guys that good or that wise to help others? Eto yung problema sa mga pinoy ngayon eh, imbis na mag tulong tulungan nag hahatakan pa pababa. Kaya di umuunlad ang bansa na to e. Dito pa nga lang sa isang post ng PURVEYR dami ng nanghahatak pababa e ano pa kaya sa may seryosong bagay? And why would these brands start their own business if they dont know what they're doing? I got nothing against NICKAUTOMATIC but they're not really even a streetwear brand? "Why would you call a brand a streetwear brand if it has really nothing to do with the street culture?" - Revok. Lemme point out something to you guys, CEO, Newspaper boy, GDV, Ambitious Clothing, Elevate. They all have one thing in common they make men's wear, may it be Printed T-shirts, Caps, Button Downs they all focus on the evolution of Clothing here in the PH. Well for us, ThreeDown we try to break barriers in the proper mens wear and street wear. We give you guys what you need not only in our products but in the services we give like video's to show you whats really happening in our STREET CULTURE here in the Philippines. We support skaters, Bmx riders, rappers, dj's, even poets. We give something back in our culture. And we give meaning in every design we make if you dont believe that please dont hesitate please check out our FB page, Blogspot, Youtube channel or whatever and if I prove you wrong that we dont support our culture, our STREET CULTURE by all means please tells us and I will personally shut down my company, but if I prove you right well then atleast I educated you and shed some light your dark one sided mind. And dont even think of saying "Oh you have abra as your friend and he reps it at shows, and tv shootings." because if you do say that please feel free to ask abra himself or any of his friends we dont tell him to wear our products. People like him and our customers wear our shit because it has meaning and it conveyed something real. Hey you can call me a hack designer so what? Im just trying to get my message out. So if you guys we respect the hustle we put in then fine we dont care but please have some dignity in yourselves and dont drag your fellow country men down coz honestly it wont help you, me or anyone. And if you keep talking and making all that buzz you guys are making us fucking famouuuusssssssssss. :> And if you got complaints please feel free to hit us up on facebook. Thatsssss Fb.com/threedownclothing


P.S.
Please come of that anonymous shit, its only making you look like a pussy. Peace!

Ken Yamaguchi
Owner/Head Designer
THREEDOWN

Putang ina niyong lahat mag plain t-shirt nalang kayo ang aarte niyo. And dami niyong reklamo.

^ lol,malamang yung mga nagsabi niyan eh mga troller din para lalo lang mandamay sa mga taong malamang eh wala namang pakialam dito.nice try.haha

^ HAHAHAHAHAHAHA, TALANGKA MENTALITY!

Tangina mo Anonymous wag mo kausapin sarili mo!

pareparehong ng walang kwenta naglalaglagan pa

nagpapatawa itong Threedown nanaman. hanggang printed tee at buttondown shirts lang naman kayo. Buti pa Nick Automatic mas matyaga gumawa ng artwork sa tees! ulol mo Threedown!

Sira! Umuunlad ang Pinas kaya Bakecon ang suot! kayo at mga designs nyo ang walang kaunlaran!

lokohin mo lelang mong panot! Mas street pa sa Threedown ang Nickautomatic

Street culture ng mga posers lang naman kayo lahat!

Wala kasi kayong ibang alam gawin kungdi printed tee at button down kaya ang mga tao nakikita na nag vevent out na wala kayong alam

Sad to say that all of you have limited style and if you want to break fashion barriers in proper menswear and streetwear it will take more than your designs that basic and available even in department stores

WASTE OF TIME ANG THREEDOWN KAGAYA NG MGA POSER STREETWEAR BRANDS NA ITO!

Please lang maawa na kayo sa mga brands na ito! wala ng ngang kwenta kinakawawa nyo pa.

This is the result when people with no style and even substance force themselves into making clothes!

Ang kapal ng mukha ng Threedown ang group of brands nila. Evolution daw? Hoy mas malayo na narating ng styles at designs ng mga department store kesa sa mga pinag gagawa nyo! Hindi nyo matanggap na marami nang nakakakita ng tutuo na mas advance, mas maganda at mas innovative ang mga producto sa mall at department stores!

Sorry to say these brands are just a big joke! they don't even have any style let alone talents and they dream of changing and redefining Philippine Streetwear!

Hirap kasi sa mga brands na ito, nakakapag print lang ng T-Shirt at nakakapag patahi ng button down shirt sa mga tela galing sa Kamuning eh akala nila sila ang makakap redefine ng streetwear at culture sa Pilipinas. Dami nyo pang kakaining bigas bago kayo magkaroon ng epekto sa Manila culture! ang naapektohan nyo lang mga barkada nyo dahil kayo kayo lang nagbibilihan ng mga damit nyo!

10 points sa kahibangan ng mga pinagsasabi ang Threedown! More power! You will really need it before your brand disappears before 2013 ends

tanga! isa karin sa Anonymous pare!

Dear Ken Yamaguchi of Threedown,

According to you, "They all have one thing in common they make men's wear, may it be Printed T-shirts, Caps, Button Downs they all focus on the evolution of Clothing here in the PH. Well for us, ThreeDown we try to break barriers in the proper mens' wear and street wear."

Do you get out much? The streetwear fashion has evolved a long time ago from your printed tees, button downs and caps. As for breaking barriers, you might want to step out of your house to see that your fashion and designs can't break barriers.

Fashion and Streetwear has evolved already so far ahead that none of you could comprehend or even catch up. So please stop preaching and pretending. You are just all T-Shirt, caps and button down shirt makers with no influence at all in streetwear, street culture, street fashion and even local Manila fashion.

You really need to come out of your primitive cave, put down the silk screen along with your other fellow brands and see Fashion has evolved and has obviously left all 6 of you behind in dark ages.

I think these comments is not a buzz that makes you famous. This buzz/comments are showing people that you and the brands have really nothing to offer and is a big joke to streetwear

These kids need to study Advertising and Business. They think that all it takes them is to sew button down shirts, buy caps and put their logo, print on t-shirts and make graphic logos and they have a brand. They don't have the slightest clue on how to build a brand.

Stop calling yourself a Brand. You are all backyard gigs!

logo lang naman lahat alam nilang gawin eh

gago! anong street credit? baka ibig sabihin mo marami silang utang sa mga tao sa street

TAMA! at wag nyong kalimutan maligo at gumamit ng deodorant!

Pasok! Tinamaan lahat sa mukha sila Groupe De Ville, Ambitious Clothing Co., Threedown, Newspaper Boy Clothing, Elevate Apparel at Creative Elite Operation.

hahahah ayaw pa kasi mag give up at itigil mga kalokohan nila eh. Hilig magpilit na street wear at street culture

Hoy Ken Yamaguchi basyo na kayo at alam na publico na mga bulok kayo talaga at mga posers lang kayo. nagsisimula na mga tao magsalita sa inyong lahat.

Wag mo idamay ang Nick Automatic. Kahit swelas ng sapatos nila hindi nyo maabot.

Eto na daw mga bagong pangalan ng mga brands nila dahil nabasyo na sila ng lahat ng mga tao. Threedown (Threemonths dahil 3 months nalang sila give up na) Creative Elite Operation (Copy En Operate) Group De Ville (Group No More) Ambitious Clothing Co (Dream on Clothing Co) Newspaper Boy Clothing (Oldpaper Boy Clothing kasi wala ng nagbabasa ng dyaryo sa internet age) Elevate Apparel (Drop Down Apparel dahil bagsak na sila sa mga tao)

Salbahe kayo! Wag nyong paiyakin si Ken!

di lang pala squatter sa pera mga nick automatic fans pati pala sa ugali squatter din sila

"Forbes Richest Filipinos na ang tatay nya ay top 19 richest man in the Philippines."

Wow,that's so "STREET"

pre iyak na ng iyak si Ken kagabi pa dahil nabasyo na sila na mga posers lang silang lahat

Collaboration's new meaning is kopyahan

gago rin tong si ken nagadvertise pa eh pinagtatawanan na nga ng lahat ng tao ang threedown at yung collaboration nila

OH BUMANAT NA YUNG MAG SHOTANG NAG SIMULA! HAHA IVANA PEKPEK MO AMOY NA NG BUONG MAKATI HAHAAH

Uy si ken nag comment na, yung mga tropa niyang rapper na pinag susuot niya ng threedown para kunyari ma rep sa tv at sa iba pang labas ano pakiramdam ng nasa tv na yung shirt niyo? lol. ayan yung may ateng shota ng rapper na sinabihan ni ken ng "aika, patusin mo sa si rjay para pag kayo na pwede na niya tayong tulungan umunlad." hahahha lol tangina niyo yamaguchi

ayosss! dito sa puveyr ang hulihan ng kopyahan at bukuhan ng racket

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