The online store is now updated with our capsule collection from Pharrell William's 2019 Something In The Water Festival. The festival took place April 26-28 in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
All pieces were tie dyed by hand making each garment unique. The tote bag features original artwork from Chuy Hartman.
Brownstone's "Still'Life" club collar shirt was recently featured by GQ Magazine in their weekly review of all things fresh, "The Best New Menswear Items to Buy This Week".
The club collar shirt features a drinking glass pattern reminiscent of the suit Salvador Dali would wear to dinner parties. Made of Japanese cotton the shirt is a modern take on the classic 70's style bowling shirts.
Our very first interview has just been published with the wonderful MAEKAN.
MAEKAN is original storytelling at its purest through captivating audio, engaging words and beautiful visuals. It was a very fun and engaging conversation we had and we're glad to share it with you.
Warner and Waverly Watkins, the twin brothers behind Brownstone, recently released their latest collection “I Like It Here Can I Stay? : Rude Boys & Girls Club, USA”. Maekan got the chance to hear a few words from the duo on their latest collection and the challenges of starting an independent fashion brand in the current climate.
Often times fashion wishes to be timeless but in the case of Brownstone, they’ve flipped the script. Pushing commentary is at the heart of their collections. When you look back on a Brownstone piece, it should reflect the cultural landscape of the moment”
Union Los Angeles are carrying Brownstone’s third collection from twin brothers Warner & Waverly Watkins: I LIKE IT HERE, CAN I STAY? Rude Boys & Girls Club, USA. In this collection the brands continued growth shines through, with the refining silhouettes in outerwear, knits and trousers. The SS19 Collection continues to blend Japanese and Italian fabrications such as heavy cotton twill and luxurious mohair with an acute eye for detail, furthering the Brownstone vision.
The Rude Boys & Girls Club "club coat" is available exclusively in black at Union.
Brownstone SS'19 "I Like It Here, Can I Stay? Rude Boys & Girls Club, USA" debuts on Highsnobiety.com
After naming Brownstone as one of Highsnobiety’s favorite brands of 2018, today they have debuted the lookbook for our SS19 collection, “I Like It Here Can I Stay?: Rude Boys Girls Club, USA.”
The collection, which uses Japanese and Italian fabrics, takes design cues from director Jim Jarmusch’s 1989 movie Mystery Train and artist Will Boone’s 2014 book Prison Rodeo. Brownstone founders Warner and Waverly Watkins describe the collection as inspired by memories of family trips to the beach.
“This brand is not about nostalgia,” they say. “We’re very much into the here and now with so many things that we love, so we’re not really reflecting specifically. That juxtaposition of memory was really interesting to us and something we felt worth exploring.”