It’s a rare day that I’m out and about in NYC without seeing a few people wearing Jordans. And who can forget that moment in Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing when Buggin’ Out flipped on a Larry Bird jersey-wearing neighbor for stepping on his fresh new Jordans. Jordan is more than the man and the brand, it’s become a culture. As hip-hop culture became mainstream American culture, the Jordan brand transcended American culture too (have you seen the Japanese Jordan heads?!). Today, it’s no longer just a shoe for basketball players, NBA fans, or even fans of Michael Jordan. They’re a major accessory for “street fashion,” which means they’re everywhere. Inspired by the fresh kicks here is a prequel to my video at Jordan sneaker mecca, Jordan Heads Brooklyn, that’s coming to you soon! Let’s chat with some Jordan heads.
In a laid back town like Sayulita, surfer-chic rules and eclectic is key. Some of my favorite pieces, from jewelry to art to clothing I’ve found in Sayulita and I’m constantly inspired by the laid back beach style of the people there. Shoes and shirts are optional and natural jewelry compliments beautiful tattoos. There’s a certain natural effortlessness that if you stick around long enough, you start to adopt as well.