DQM has produced a special short film to accompany it’s collaboration with Vans and Blue Note Records. Exploring the similarities between music and skateboarding, ‘The Blue Era’ features interviews with the President of Blue Note Records and renowned musician and producer, Don Was, along with the legendary skateboarder and professional contemporary musician, Ray Barbee. The film also features New York skateboarders Chris Keeffe, Jahmal Williams and Brian Clarke.
DQM has collaborated with Vans to produce a very special project with the iconic Blue Note Records. Releasing this Spring and Summer, the project includes two separate, consecutive footwear releases accompanied by a film featuring Don Was, the renowned musician/ producer President of Blue Note Records, and the legendary skateboarder and jazz-inspired contemporary musician Ray Barbee.
DQM has collaborated with Lakai this Spring to create a capsule footwear collection. Part of Lakai’s top tier ‘Echelon’ program, the collection features premium leathers and materials throughout in a palette of golden brown and black with DQM branding. The collection is designed by skater/designer Scott Johnston and includes three low-top styles: the Albany, the Camby Mid and the slip-on Owen. All three styles will be available online on Thursday, April 9th.
The House of Vans in Brooklyn is hosting the Anti Hero crew this Thursday, March 19th for the world premiere screening of their film produced with the Six Stair crew. Filmed whilst on an epic trip to Israel, ‘Eighteen’ accompanies Anti Hero’s larger collaboration with Vans. Bad Shit and Grindline play at the premiere on Thursday. See you there.