DQM has just released its 2012 lookbook, highlighting some easy-to-wear, casual pieces. The lookbook features professional skateboarder Scott Johnston looking fly in hip chinos, tees, hats and sneakers. In the cover photo, Johnston sports a pair of basic tan, twill slim legs and candy-apple-red kicks that pop off the page.
Investing in a pair of DQM's signature twill slim legs—available in tan, camel and navy—makes sense, since they can be worn to just about any function. Another great piece for your wardrobe: the green/black t-shirt with logo flowing over the heart and across the back. Pair this cool shirt with a baseball cap, available in a variety of colors and prints.
Easy wear and easy care, DQM apparel takes you from the street to the game to the club with no fuss. Influenced by professional bikers and skaters, the gear manages to stay fresh and funky. The brand works with New York City's up-and-coming designers as well as more established clothing lines like Vans, Nike, Crescent Down Works, Stormy Kromer, G-Shock and adidas.
You can pick up a hat for $32, a t-shirt for $28, DQM’s signature striped shirts from $84 and twill jeans from $88. The gear may not be the least expensive on the market, but a couple versatile pieces can keep you looking sharp for a few seasons.
Expect to see DQM's latest gear on store shelves in the near future. If you can’t make it to their New York City location, buy online at their website.