FairPlay, the Los Angeles based brand, is inspired by the functionality of athletic gear while adding a touch of character with intricate sport design. LA has been on a rise this past year, with the resurgence of classic OG brands like Crooks & Castles and new skool scumluxe lines like For Those Who Sin.

While the line has it’s roots in sport, it’s also literally aesthetically rooted in, or from, the streets of LA. If you’ve ever been to the City Of Angels, you know it’s dusks and sunsets, gently sliding behind the art deco neon and rising smog, are as much a part of the fabric of the city as the Dodgers, Hollywood, Skid Row and Gene Kelly’s musicals. 

Here’s 5 awesome pieces from FAIRPLAY that use the LA Dusk as a pallet, an inspiration, and actual fabric from the city. This one is for the coast.

5. DREXEL BOMBER

This stellar jacket is burnt orange, features beautifully ribbed cuffs and bottom waste line, and 100% Poly-woven.

 

4. DMITRI ORANGE FLANNEL 

For the rare nights in SoCal where the weather feels more like Hartford than Hollywood. Beautiful sunset orange and navy blue color way on a beige, vintage pallet.

 

3. BURGUNDY RUNNERS

Any time your joggers can be the same color as a bottle of the icon Cali-born 2013 Opus One decanted, you’re the man. Pour it slow. Run it fast. Class has various platforms.

 

2. SKULLY SURF T (BLK)

There’s nothing more LA than a reckless skeleton surfing, framed by a 90’s-esque triangle and rad typeface, with a sunset color pallet.

 

1. REESE BURNT DRAWSTRING ANKLE PANT

Straight out the closet of Travis Scott. Made to sit on the ankle, but real cats know you pull these up and let the sock game kill the rest.

 

Author

Joey A.X is a recording artist, producer, and creative entrepreneur who hails from New Haven CT who has always had an eye for fashion and culture and art. He joins The Set as the voice for "Wander". He digs vintage black leather jackets, crude humor, thin crust pizza, speakeasys, film noir, Liverpool Football Club, and doing hood rat stuff with his friends.

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