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Stance + Modernica = Mid-century Stoke

by The Editors on April 26, 2018

Stance has teamed up with LA based furniture makers Modernica on a Stance branded Case Study Rocker. The chair (originally designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1948)  has been called “the most important chair you’ll ever sit on” and is one of the finest examples of mid-century modern design. Unfortunately, all 50 of this limited edition collab have already been sold so all we can do is hope for a second run.

[Link: Modernica]


HUF + Modernica = Nice Green Chair

by The Editors on March 6, 2014

Modernica is our favorite LA based furniture fabricators (in fact we sleep with them every night) and the fact that they’ve just done a collab deal with HUF is pretty cool. And even though the chair is green, Keith was nice enough to keep the pot leaf off the logo. . .

[Link: HUF]


Sweeping Up The Headlines Into A Little Pile

by The Editors on March 1, 2019

News, dog. News. It’s that time of the week when we corral up all the headlines for the stories that got away into one big ol’ list and post them up. Take a look at what’s been going down over the past few weeks, follow the jump.

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Quiksilver’s Next Wave Knitting Circle

by The Editors on March 6, 2008

Gi 0 ResidentsofsitelaimagebyharpersmithSure, it’s a clever way to promote women and fashion and we guess that’s why Quiksilver is doing an interesting corporate buy-in with their “artist in residence” program at a space in Los Angeles’ trendy Silver Lake. The press release explains it:

To celebrate the introduction of its new collection for women, Quiksilver has selected six independent and creative young women to be Visionaries in Residence at Quiksilver’s siteLA, a communal work and exhibition space in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles. . . The residency program is a year-long engagement for women working in and across creative cultural fields. Like sponsored athletes, their personal passions echo the Quiksilver spirit: progressive, creative and confident. Although they have been selected for their independent projects, they share a communal workspace and together create public programs and host special events at siteLA.

Quik has already run sponsoring attractive action models into the ground, why not throw some money to people who are getting cool shit done. We’re just wondering where the reality TV show is to go along with it? Follow the jump for all the details.

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