June 10, 2015. Fresh off a her triumphant performance in Brooklyn, FKA Twigs was featured in Apple’s announcement of their new music service. On the home page, in videos – Apple put out a full on press to tie into her substance and her style. Here are a couple clips from the Apple…Read More
May, 2015. Tokyo has grabbed hold of COOGI, adding a unique and dramatic statement to COOGI’s bold colors and patterns. Check out the looks. Each one is a personal, yet each is part of the unmistakable Tokyo scene. Featured is Li Lium, taste maker and fashion icon, originally…Read More
May 25, 2015. From VOGUE to Pop Sugar FKA Twigs is the hot story – for her talent and for her style. Here is a review of the “Congregata” show at the Brooklyn Hanger, May 17. By Ben Ratliff in the New York Times. The heart of FKA twigs’s enterprise is physical movement. It…Read More
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November 30, 2014. When Hillary Duff hit the streets of New York in the COOGI X Rag & Bone crop sweater the paparazzi were quick to pounce. Overnight her pictures cycled the globe in celebrity and fashion sites, in blogs and on social media – including an Instagram post by Ms. Duff…Read More
November 24, 2014. Detroit rapper Dej Loaf performed her smash hit “Try Me” on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. Dej Loaf was sporting a one of kind COOGI Native robe during her performance. This was Dej Loaf’s late night debut and she did it in style.
GQ, November 19, 2014, By Matt Jones. Hip-hop fans, breathe a sigh of relief. COOGI to reprise the celebrated “Biggie Jumper”, as worn, name-dropped and championed by Nineties hip-hop legend Notorious B.I.G. And from it we can safely assume that Biggie was something of a knitwear…Read More
MTV.com, November 19, 2014, By Christopher Harris. The nostalgia was at an all time high Tuesday night (November 18), as Fabolous rang in his 37th birthday at a Rocawear BLAK and Moet Hennessy-sponsored event in New York City. The theme: 90’s hip-hop. The Young OG rapper arrived at the…Read More
MASS APPEAL, November 19, 2014, Words by Yo! Adrian, Photography by Durty Harry. In case you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve undoubtedly noticed that Coogi is back. The once prestigious brand boasts an extensive history that played a large part in shaping the culture of streetwear that…Read More
High Snobiety, November 5, 2014, By Alexander J. Gwilliam. An icon of ’90s hip-hop culture and one of the most recognizable pieces of statement fashion ever, the COOGI sweater is posed to make a dramatic comeback this fall. Produced since the 1960s by a small and reclusive knitwear…Read More