December 2, 2011 in Bright and Shiny
Founded in 1920 to make tires for the fledgling aviation industry in France, Palladium changed direction in 1947 to start producing footwear that was as hard-wearing as their tires. Adopted by the French Foreign Legion…the rest is history and today Palladium boots are ready to help you explore your London and YOUR WORLD. I was drooling over a couple of pairs at Deus EX Machina in Sydney but these above are even hotter.
To mark their opening at BOXPARK on Saturday, 3rd December, they are giving away 100 to first people to find their bus!?
YOU NEED TO GET TO THEIR STORE PICK UP SOME CLUES AND THEN GO AND FIND THEIR BUS HIDDEN SOMEWHERE AROUND SHOREDITCH!
The first 100 to find the bus can then swap their old boots for a spanking new pair.
October 19, 2011 in Shops
Vintage 1958 Ariel reworked and ready to roar
Shed Five cool biker takes me through their tees
Palladium company founded in 1920 to make tyres for the fledgling aviation industry
Hidden away behind hanger doors SHED FIVE is a MUST for any biker chick! Shed Five has an amazing collection of vintage bikes that have been done up to ride and which are pretty tough to leave alone! Mr. P was particularly rooted to the ground over the Arial above and is threatening to bid for it on the 19th October at AUCTION! UMMMM how big is that to carry then? Luckily for me though, they also stock some great labels, Palladium, Red Wing, Deusexmachina and some cool designer tees in their own Shed Five range. Personally though, I could happily walk away with Rin Tanaka’s book ‘My Freedamn! 8′ - history of 1960′s pop fashion and a snippet at 100 NZ dollars, and so much lighter to carry then a bike!
Available at SHED FIVE