In collaboration with worldwide video game creator and producer Ubisoft, the Watch Dogs capsule collection features stark and minimal menswear that blurs the line between fashion, art, and technology.
This is kinda cool. I've bought a few items from frank & oak in the past, and their quality is really good.
Yeah I agree on both counts. The collection is actually pretty stylish, and I've purchased from them before as well and the quality is beyond what you'd find shopping at local retailers like Kohls or Target. My favorite shirt I own is from Frank & Oak and it fits damn good.
Now this is just plain silly. Heck, even the guy modeling this stuff does not want people to see him wearing it.
I was hoping for a new take on the coat. I like these styles though. Try this: http://www.amazon.com/Shop2...
I can't buy this. I am not a member of Frank & Oak's prestigious online store.
I'm loving that button up shirt. Comes in Ash (grey) and Military(light brown), thinking about getting both.
You may have noticed on our site, but you can get a $25 credit if you register with their site via this link. http://vnlink.co/SCczTBR I've got two button down shirts from Frank & Oak, one in raw linen and another in denim like the Watch Dogs one that you mentioned. Both are by far the most comfortable and nice looking shirts I own. Could not recommend Frank & Oak more.
You will need those $25 off at the prices the clothes are.
Pity the entire outfit isn't on there could of called it the bank robber collection.
I don't think I would ever buy a clothing collection from a game.
i hate it when i see someones shirt with a pic of the nes on it at my school, then i go to talk to them about games and they dont even play. this should be popular at hot topic
Hope this does well for UBI hate to not see them do well , but for some reason I think this game will flop.
Those pants, look so freeking tight. Those have to be jeans for a female, as they don't have room for male parts.
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