August 14, 2012 BY CAPSULESNEWS



Celebrating 10 years of producing uniquely directional footwear with historical influences, F-Troupe has created a spring/summer line that stays true to whats gotten them this far. The bright, fun, and cheerful collection is quintessentially British and showcases the quirks and quality the brand is known for across the globe. Traditional silhouettes undergo contemporary updates, resulting in cut outs, materials, and colors you would never expect to see on such classic designs. Lucky for us, F-Troupe has the humor and the good sense to pull it off. Come see for yourself at Capsule Vegas.



NYC-based ISAORA produces garments guided by the belief that technology can allow us to demand more from our clothing. Lucky for us, utilizing the most advanced materials and fabrics that protect and excel in all elements doesnt mean that Isaora shies away from aesthetic; the incredibly functional pieces flirt with high fashion while maintaining their advanced level of performance cred. For S/S 13, ISAORA has partnered with Meyerhoffer Surfboards to create My ISAORA, a project focused on shaping the future surfing experience via an elegant balance of design and function. See surf wear's next level and the whole ISAORA collection at Capsule Las Vegas.



Timo Weiland and Alan Eckstein began their creative partnership with the launch of a simple line of neckwear in 2009. Since then, Timo Weiland the brand has grown exponentially, taking the friends all the way from fashion school to the pages of Vogue and Esquire, to a runway show during New York Fashion Week with a complete collection of mens and womens ready to wear apparel. Over that relatively short span of time, the brands romantic, art-inspired designs have found fans in celebs like Chloe Sevigny and Andrew Garfield and landed the duo a plum spot in the CFDAs Incubator program. Dont miss out on the boys next adventure as they bring both their mens and womens collections to Capsule Vegas.



When the Warriors of Radness are in the house, youll definitely know. Taking cues from 80s surf culture, WOR has made a name for itself creating the type of irreverent, fresh designs that resonate with guys looking for something a little different in their beachwear. Founder Rick Klotz is upping the ante again this season, introducing WOR denim for Spring Summer 2013 in the form of the Prism Jean. Made in Southern California, the jean comes in twelve colors and what Klotz tells us is one really bitchin fit. See that and more from the Warriors at Capsule Vegas.