Posts tagged with ‘Lowly Gentlemen’

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Today marks the halfway point between Spring and Summer: the weather is at its best, and it’s just a few weeks more until the Summer heat takes over. The big season-openers are beginning, with Worthersee bringing out Europe’s top winter builds, and SoWo set to do the same for the States. The winter’s lull has given way to summer’s momentum, and here in Southern California, we’re excited to launch the new Lowly Gentlemen apparel for 2015.

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Event posters are where art and automobiles have come together for decades, so when I began discussing potential collaboration projects with Formula Drift, my mind instantly jumped to the prints that so often proceeded races. Despite the style that runs rampant through the drifting culture, it’s rare to find art that echoes the dynamic atmosphere of the events.

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Running from today until Monday, Dec. 1st at Midnight (EST), The Lowly Gentlemen will be offering great discounts on all of the goods in the store. Whether you’re trying to snatch one of the latest StanceWorks Tees or you think the Centerlock Wheel Art Print would be the perfect gift for the wheel enthusiasts in your life, prices have all been cut up to 33% off.

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With most of the show season behind us and the days growing shorter, it’s time to look forward to the fall and winter months that will be spent in the garage tinkering on the builds that will roll out on the streets next spring. I’ve been hard at work in the studio working on the most recent run of Lowly Gentlemen gear which I’m pleased to announce is now available. At the forefront of the fall line are 3 new shirt designs in the StanceWorks Lifestyle collection.

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It’s been almost a year since I first found the little car in a classified ad, sitting somewhere in the middle of Kentucky just waiting for me. The Classic Mini I had always wanted was finally mine and it was time to enjoy it. As the months ticked by, I took it out on the weekends to get a feel for it, and I’d browse through magazines, forging plans for the inevitable build that would ensue.

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