We recently spoke with streetwear OG, better yet Triple OG & this year A3C Style UNHEMMED panelist Jeff Staple to discuss his love for Hip-Hop, involvement in A3C, & few tips for brands on the come up as well as a few random Hip-Hop questions of course:
What interested you in partnering with A3C?
Staple was born on the roots of Hip-Hop culture. And I’m just interested in anything that pushes the future and integrity of Hip-Hop culture. So working with A3C is definitely exciting for [...]
The A3C Style Experience is back (Starting Oct. 10th-12th),
Karmaloop + A3C Pop-Up Shop (Exclusive brand collaborations)
UNHEMMED: Truth About Design + Apparel Careers Panel Series
1-2-1 Series with Jeff Staple
A3C Style Brunch (Open to all participating A3C Style brands, VIPs, buyers, & tastemakers)
Sneaker Friends: A3C Edition with DJ Greg Street
[All-Access or VIP Passes Required]
If that wasn’t enough A3C Style is offering brands, major & upstarts, the chance to set up shop as vendors during the festival’s close out event The Best Block Party Ever (Oct. 12th)
Gold grills and glow sticks will take over the nation’s capital once again when the Trillectro Music Festival returns on August 23. Over the last two years, the hip-hop and electronic music festival has solidified its place as a DC staple event, and has become the premiere destination in the city for tastemakers, artists, and vendors wanting to put their creativity on display. This year’s high-energy, all-ages affair takes place at the historic RFK Stadium Festival Grounds. With the perfect [...]
It’s official, Black Scale is invading A3C this year in a major way.
The Black Scale team will be setting up shop in Old Fourth Ward (Space 2) to bring you their Black Scale ATL popup store featuring an exclusive Atlanta-inspired collection.
If that wasn’t enough the Black Scale general himself Mega will be taking part in our A3C EDU fashion & apparel career panel series UNHEMMED alongside Jeff Staple & other key players in streetwear sharing their experiences and advice for [...]
It is nostalgically meaningful when you are able to commemorate an emcee that has been recognized for providing quality head-nodders for years. Cormega has been an urban legend since the late 90’s. Establishing himself amongst the streets of Queensbridge, he’s etched himself into the hip-hop timeline alongside distinguished Queens names like Nas, AZ, and Foxy Brown. He’s been busy doing some self-renovating musically, coming out with a studio album last month with a very uplifting and lecturing message that opposes [...]