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Spring 2014 Womens Looks

RVCA WOMEN'S SPRING 2014 LOOKS FEATURING RVCA ADVOCATE ASHLEY SMITH PHOTOGRAPHED BY TARYN ANDERSON WITH VIDEO BY SANDY KIM.

SALUTE THE SUN

Inspired by the intricate tapestry motifs and colors of ethnic groups. Washes create sun-faded tones in soft knit basis, manifesting a casual, effortless style. Prints: Global streets, Totem Triangle and Social Roots.

DELICATELY BALANCED
A rustic combination of 1970's culture and bohemian freedom. Detailed crochet trimming and ultra sheer fabrications evoke a touch of femininity, keeping the vibe of Summer appropriate. Prints: Norwegian Wood and Twisted Pines.

SAFARI DAYDREAM
Inspiraed by the intriguing, beautiful mystery of a desert safari. Fringe and structural details take these silhouettes from hard to soft, giving a simple edge to complete the un-done look. Pops of vivid stand out against a natural, muted animal print. Prints: Animal Instinct.


RVCAloha | Gypsy 1 x Mahina

RVCAloha Advocates and Hawaii locals, Jenah Yamamoto aka Gyspy 1 and Mahina Alexander, took us to a secret location near Diamond Head to shoot some new RVCA Women's Spring 2014 pieces. Click to see more. All photos by Gypsy 1.



SUMMER 2013 MENS LOOKS

ALOHA ASSAULT
Summertime vibes are kicked into high gear with this opening delivery to summer 2013. Inspired by the Hula Guns imagery of ANP artist Kevin Ancell, Hawaiian tropical kitsch is juxtaposed against classic military fabrications and utilitarian details, for an assault of aloha that you can’t fight bruddah.

NOMADICAL RADICAL
Alex Knost’s recent explorations of northern Africa coastlines are the inspiration for this summer collection. Afro–pop prints and bold colors are mixed with lightweight cottons and linens, for the perfect balance of vibrant rhythms and laid back coolin’ out.

CAMINO DE LOS MUERTOS
Picking up from the SP13 journey down Mescalito Highway, this collection takes a cue from Keegan Sauder’s epic 2200 mile motorcycle trip to the tip of Baja and back, and heads deeper into untamed territories and destinations unknown. This peak–of–summer delivery is born on the road and weathered by desert landscapes.


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