Chief Motion Series: Anton Cruz
Influencers: Steve Stoute
As we were strolling around Market st., San Francisco, I accidentally noticed Black Scale’s flag from afar. I was very to lucky to have spotted it because I really didn’t know it was just in the area.
A successful placement of their flag amongst the crowded area.
A very clean look for the store. To enter the store you have to ride the elevator to the second floor. What’s neat is they have the whole floor just for them.
Their new stuff, if I’m not mistaken.
Caps, caps.. and caps!! I regret not getting those in the first shelf extreme left side. They’re really dope! (as worn by one of their sales associates)
They also have other brands in the store, this one I can’t remember the name. Sorry. haha!
They also have accessories, necklaces, shades, rings, and more.
Their somewhat couture-like jacket. It’s pretty tight, if I live in a cold country then I might’ve copped them, but living here where you’ll only get cold at home or in theaters, a definite waste of money. haha!
But this one is an exception, it’s just gorgeous. The material is really nice! I would’ve bought it if I just had the money.
In terms of in-store style/art/design pieces, they have a lot.
Just some of the numerous paintings and art pieces on their walls.
This one you can see just right before you enter the store and right after you go out of the elevator. It’ll be on your right side.
Monkey, monkey, monkey… still a monkey. haha! Here’s Jet posing with his bros.
It was an experience, being there gave me more inspiration and drive to pursue my passion and dream.
Hopefully 1-3 years from now, I’ll be owning a retail shop too.
To wrap up my Melrose Ave. visit, here are shots I took while strolling around the area.
Christian Audigier is same with Ed Hardy right? or somehow connected? One of the successful clothing brands that don’t deserve it. haha! No offense to users, though.
Obey wall! By the way that isn’t paint, it’s a wheatpaste graffiti. Yes, that big. Shepard Fairey kicks ass when it comes to that, no doubt.
Some graffiti infested alley near Sportie LA.
A different-fashion-forward shop and where I saw some TI$A stuff.
I can’t remember if the shirts were moving when were there. But by the looks of it, that’s how it is designed. They got Retrosuperfuture, 10.Deep, Mishka, and more in the store. Can’t remember the store’s name though.
And saw Urban Outfitters! Too bad, I didn’t get to check it out coz we were in a rush to go back to the airport by that time. And another thing, I don’t have money anymore. haha!