5 outfits at KPM that caught our eye
Skaters and skate enthusiasts from all around Limburg gathered at Kapermolen Skate Park in Hasselt for a another edition of the KPM Cup. The annual skate contest comes with a free festival, including a stage hosted by yours truly. This year, the Chase stage invited artists like our own Sacha Claes, Bearsøme, Vandalen, Hakimm, EKANY and KRANKk. But enough about the party, let's talk about the people and, of course, their outfits.
An outfit doesn't have to be complex, to be on point. Lorenzo is repping cool camo pants with a t-shirt by Push, the local skate shop of Sander Thys. "I buy my clothes everywhere since I have all different kind of styles. What I’m wearing depends on how I feel, but I do put some thought into it."
"Take one thing away from my outfit, and it isn't complete anymore." Details are very important to Laura, which you might already tell by the looks of her accessories. We definitely love the sunglasses by Cazal. A brand that's regularly worn by hiphop celebrities, ever since Darryl McDaniels of Run D.M.C introduced us to a pair of 607S' back in the 80's.
Present at our Chase stage, Bruxellois Eddy Ape caught our eye sporting a vintage Adidas sweater with matching orange socks and sneakers. "It's some kind of goalkeeper sweater. I don't know which team, but I like it." And oh, let's take this opportunity to remind you of our Chase Verses with Eddy Ape, watch it here.
It's always smart to go for black when you don't really know what to wear. "But I have to keep in mind that I don't wear too much black. That's why I'm wearing a green jacket, to break it a little." That's one heck of a fashion tip for someone who usually "just pulls something from the closet".
Nisrine & Marie-Aimée
Truth be told, we couldn't really decide which outfit we like best. Both Nisrine and Marie-Aimée look cool. "We’re very much into hiphop, so we take our fashion inspiration from male rappers like A$AP Rocky or Tyler, The Creator. We just try to add a little touch of femininity." They usually buy their clothes on the internet or in vintage stores. "But my pants are self-made by a friend", Mairie-Aimée told us.