Thursday, April 29, 2010
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Monday, April 26, 2010
Once gain more snapbacks have arrived. They will be released online at 7:15 p.m. central times. Check them out.. Go cop a few at www.flytimesboutique.bigcartel.com
Sunday, April 25, 2010
27"You have heard that it was said, 'Do not commit adultery.'[a] 28But I tell you that anyone who looks at a woman lustfully has already committed adultery with her in his heart. 29If your right eye causes you to sin, gouge it out and throw it away. It is better for you to lose one part of your body than for your whole body to be thrown into hell. 30And if your right hand causes you to sin, cut it off and throw it away. It is better for you to lose one part of your body than for your whole body to go into hell
Choose your friends wisely.
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You know we had to show love to the homies from UTB Lifestyle. Fly Times has the only Utb Lifestyle/ Taylor Gang account in the world so of course we all affiliated.. Follow them on Twitter (@utblifestyle). Check out their 6th episode if Lifestylin. Be on the lookout, More UTB is on the way.. I promise.. Fly Time$ Click the link below to watch the Video!!
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Store name : Fly Times Boutique
Location : 3700 Government Blvd. Building C ; Mobile, AL 36693
Established date : December 12, 2009
Founder : Tony Davis
Website : www.flytimesboutique.blogspot.com www.flytimesboutique.bigcartel.com
How was your store first originated ?
– Fly Times Boutique came about in a matter of seconds, literally. I had just graduated from South Alabama in Mobile, AL and I planned on moving to Charlotte, NC. I was already into fashion and focusing on my own clothing line and opening my own store was not really an option. I was an avid sneaker head and highly into fashion but I always had to shop online or go out of town because there was nothing near. I decided that I have the will and mind to put something together for my hometown , Mobile, AL .
How did you come up with the name for the store ?
– Fly Times came about based on a newspaper theme. I wanted mailboxes and old newspapers and things of that nature. I wanted to definitely incorporate a lot of those types of ideas in piecing my store together to make it dope. I liked the word Fly in it because everyone wants to be fly. I’m that place for you to go and get fly.
Who are your influences ?
– My dad is the person I look up to the most. He’s not only a hero but my biggest fan base. Born in Jamaica he didn’t have much but he worked hard and graduated from Georgia Tech in Mechanical Engineering. He showed me that anything is possible through hard work. Nigo , the founder of “A Bathing Ape”, definitely influenced me. I love Bape and it may be my favorite brand. Coming out so strong and taking over globally like he did was genius to me. His ideas and thoughts are not common at all. I am a huge fan of Jay-Z and want to one day have my hands on multiple facets of the industry. At the end of the day it all goes back to God. I have gone through some trials and still dealing with them and focusing on Him has really helped me form to become a better person and try to influence others in the right direction. My mom influencing me a lot religiously. She is from the South where you go to church if you like it or not. Her faith has protected me just on her prayers alone. She is a great woman.
What brand or things can we find at your store ?
– I carry Durkl, 10 Deep, Crooks and Castles, Fat Kidz With Cake, Price of Popularity, Nooka Watches, G-Shocks, Stamp’d LA, Warrior Shoes, Fli Pelican, Breezy Excursion, UTB Lifestyle, RockSmith, Hot Air, Mishka, Alife, and some collections of Snapbacks. You can find clothing to accessories, to mixtapes. Even a collection of Legos.
What sets your store different from others ?
– What separates me from other boutiques are the accounts that I have. Some of my brands you can only get at Fly Times Boutique. Its makes more visible to a certain niche of people trying to find that one brand. I also stress a customer relationship. I do most of my emails and updates personally and send each person a separate message to interact personally.
Are there any challenges you run into while running a business ?
– Running a new business and only being 24 its hard just knowing all the brands and good and bad moves of the industry. I have to learn as I go. Its also hard being the only boutique within 150 miles. I have to educate as well as get people to shop. Overall I’m happy with where I am for only being in business for 4 months.
Any future plans for the store ?
– I def want to expand and have more than one location. The store will grow as long as my hard work and dedication grows. Be on the look out for my own line to drop very soon.
Much love to WWS Magazine !!!!
Friday, April 2, 2010
Official music video for "O Let's Do It (Remix)" featuring Diddy and Rick Ross by Waka Flocka Flame, from his upcoming debut album due out later this year.
Props 2 worldstar
Thursday, April 1, 2010
They say that diamonds are a girl’s best friend. Well this time, even tough guys can associate themselves with diamonds as well, thanks to the skateboarding slash streetwear clothing and accessories line, Diamond Supply Co. The clothing line was launched in California back in 1998 by Nick Tershay , who also goes by the alias Nick Diamond. The company initially started out as a distributor of skateboarding hardware goods, but soon branched out into creating and selling streetwear-inspired clothing. If there’s one thing that Nick knows, it’s that skateboarding has managed to transcend the boundaries of being merely a hobby, and is now evolving into a lifestyle. Being a skater himself, this is something that Nick knows about well, and makes sure is reflected in his edgy t-shirt designs. Diamond Supply Co. is not just a clothing company, but is a representation of the skateboarding community and all that it stands for, resulting in bringing to life one of the best skateboarding teams there is. With the crème de la crème of skateboarding – such as Eric Koston, Paul Rodriguez, Bob Burnquist and Kareem Campbell, among others – representing the brand, the message surely is being sent out loud and clear.
Diamond Supply Co. creator Nick Tershay holds up his crown jewel -- the Diamond "Tiffany" Dunk SB sneakerDiamond Supply Co. creator Nick Tershay holds up his crown jewel -- the Diamond "Tiffany" Dunk SB sneakerDiamond Supply Co. hinges on the philosophy of actual diamonds being very rare and valuable. As such, the company makes it a point to manufacture certain designs only in small quantities, in order to up its value and to entice people to get it as soon as possible before the stocks run out. As of present, Diamond Supply Co. is one of the hottest and most sought-after skateboarding design labels around, not just because of how they play on the consumers’ thinking that the rarer something is, the more they’d want to have it, but because their designs are so hip and cutting-edge that people – skateboarders and non-skateboarders alike – are immediately drawn to them.
It’s not just customers that Diamond Supply Co. has been drawing in, but even fellow design companies as well. The brand has collaborated with several labels in the past and still continues to do so – labels ranging from high street couture to hip hop chic. Just some of the labels that Diamond Supply Co. have collaborated with include: J Dubbs for New Era caps and t-shirts, Berrics White for a limited-edition, 100-piece graphic t-shirt, Crooks & Castles for a 4Cs (Cut, Color, Carat, & Clarity) t-shirt, and Girl Skateboards for a Marilyn Monroe graphic t-shirt.
However, if there would only be just one thing that Diamond Supply Co. is known for, then it would have to be the legendary sneaker design that they released alongside Nike in 2005 – the Diamond “Tiffany” Dunk SB. The Diamond “Tiffany” Dunk SB is an aqua blue sneaker with black crocodile skin detail and the ever-famous Nike logo on the sides and the Diamond Supply Co. logo on the tongue. The hype of this collaboration created such a buzz that people were placing in orders way before the release date and lines were said to be snaking in front of all the retailers’ outlets for days just so they could get their hands on a pair. If some people still didn’t know about Diamond Supply Co. before, then they definitely did now, as the release cemented a firm foundation as a credible brand for not just skateboarders, but of those who know fashion and streetwear culture.
This 2010, Diamond Supply Co. has already released their Spring and Summer collections, featuring classic yet stylish graphic t-shirts with designs focusing on diamonds, and the latter featuring graphic logo t-shirts, Crewnecks, belts, wallets, caps, and other merchandise produced in collaboration with The Hundreds and JETs International.