31. October 2011 10:27
Hereby we present the male model in the spring and summer campaign; Texas Olsson! Isn't he gorgeous?
26. October 2011 13:09
As promised... more sneak peeks from Joshua Tree park and the Vagabond SS12 campaign shooting! Here is the lovely Swedish model Elsa Hosk posing in front of the camera!
24. October 2011 13:55
Last week the spring and summer campaign was shot, and for Vagabond SS12 Joshua treepark (!) is the place! Here the campaign crew is in full action... Look forward to more sneak peek's ;)
20. October 2011 11:25
Be stylishly dressed with a masculine approach this autumn. Here are two inspirational pictures from the Swedish magazine DV showing a pair of boots and pair of shoes in masculine style from Vagabond!
18. October 2011 15:55
Just want to show some pictures from the Hungarian designer Cseh Éva's autumn look book! Notice her shoes!
17. October 2011 14:51
I know, another exhibition tip, (and from London again...) but this one isalso really great!
This exhibition, called "Museum of Everything", has left Primrose Hill and travelled to Selfridges where “Exhibition #4” occupies over 15,000 square feet, making it the most expansive art collaboration in the history of the store. Here you can experience over two hundred drawings, paintings and sculptures by international contemporary artists!
Sound interesting!? It’s open until October 25th!
6. October 2011 09:55
We are proud to have launched our own shoe care line!
All products are selected to suit the materials and colours of our shoes, so that you can give your Vagabonds the best treatment. If you want more valuable tips and advice on how to make your shoes last longer, go to “shoe care” here on the website or talk to the staff in our stores, they are more than willing to help you. The products are sold in our Vagabond Stores.
3. October 2011 15:28
One of our designers recently visited The Saatchi Gallery in London which right now is showing an interesting exhibition called “The Shape of Things to Come”. 20 leading and emerging international artists working in sculpture today are exhibiting their creations in everything from granite monoliths to neon structures to buckled cars and stuffed horse hide.
This is the first time that the gallery space has been devoted entirely to three-dimensional works... If you are in London, why not pay a visit?