Videos from the Fall Winter 2017 Campaign, filmed in New York by Costa and Voleurs De Pain.
Grimey Fall Winter 2017
After our 10th anniversary, we return with the Fall Winter 2017 collection. The most extensive, detailed and elaborated collection we have ever made.
This time, we show our influences and origins through the garments, the result becomes a pretty and eclectic combination that keep the pure Grimey essence.
As on previous collections, Fall Winter 2017 is divided into several lines developed from different concepts.
The Payback, as its name indicates , is our revenge. Here we are again. 100% Grimey style in a capsule where mixture of materials and details turn basic concepts into elaborated garments.
G Skills defines our love for the 90's... mixing classic colors with trendy tones. Feather overcoats, tactel tracksuits, hoodies and cotton pants.
Lucy Pearl is a large capsule, where the essence of the nineties shines again. Polyester tracksuits, windbreakers, cared details, vintage colors and different materials. We wanted to bring back garments that represented us in the past to an updated view. In order not to lose our style, in this collection we have done a small tribute to someone who is very admired by us. The capsule name and graphic details are inspired in memory of Lucy Parsons.
Heritage / Infamous. This is our classic logo but in a minimalist way. Pure black and white in some clothes become into more opulent graphics but without loosing that simplicity. Less is more and more is less.
Half-Court A tribute to streetball, developing a loose fit zipper hoodie with neat details, and completing the line with t-shirts and caps full of “ballers” symbology ... Leave me alone!
The Gatekeeper recalls boxing gyms essence, with raw graphics rooted in that world. We love that aesthetic, thats why we culminate the collection with an hybrid between a robe to jump into the ring and a kimono to chill at home.
Havana. Inspired in our beloved Cuba, starting with a souvenir jacket that has an embroidered map of this country designed in an iconic way. Hockey jerseys, caps, sweatshirts and t-shirts full of Cuban spirit.
"Cut the Crap" is a clear allusion to the punk scene originators. This expression is very close to Grimey’s philosophy and we have turned it into a quite dark capsule with a touch of color, what makes it a reflection of nowadays trends.
Natural we have found inspiration in rivers, mountains and everything related to mother nature. Bringing a piece of that wealth to the polluted streets where we breathe. Camouflage, sherpa denim, colorful embroidery, washed cotton, black velour ... fresh air.
Hijack. Is the darkest part of our collection. Earthy colors, washed blacks, cold camouflages, long-cut garments and a gothic touch to continue burning and looting by all means necessary.
Overcome. A Grimey’s classic but fresher, with trendy colors. Basic, effective and very cool.
ONYX wearing our Pampanga collection in his third video 'Don't Sleep' taken from the 'Shotgunz in Hell' album, a joint venture between Onyx and Dope D.O.D. dropping today!
The french group XV returns with a 6-minute clip called "Savane". Shot in Portugal, the clip was directed by One Chance Production under the direction of Jeremy Pires.
We continue conmemorating our 10th anniversary with the release of the ROCK CREEK PARK SLIDERS.
A special edition for this 10th anniversary which is characterized by a textured footbed, a soft foam midsole and one piece upper, for massaging confort, plush cusioning and a comfortable fit.
As it could not have been otherwiswe the ROCK CREEK PARK SLIDER features the GRMY with the ROCK CREEK PARK capsule lettering in the upper strap and in the midsole.
Release date next 28th April at Grimey Flagship Stores and selected retailers
Cookin Soul wearing our "Loot Sport" Jacket, which is a tribute to the original Polo jacket called Snow Beach. That jacket became very popular when the raper Raekwon wore it in the "Can It Be All So Simple" video clip, from the Wu Tang Clan first album.
In the spring of 2007 we launched our first collection and after 10 years of hard work we can proudly say that we have fulfilled our dream of creating something great out of the blue. A dream of 4 kids from the suburbs of Madrid that without resources and a lot of effort have turned Grimey into one of the most important urban clothing brands.
On the basis of our motto Burning and Looting, as a metaphor of the way of working and the marketing, which confirms that starting from the bottom and with an alternative philosophy that the one established big things can be created. We are Street, we sell street and we invest in the street.
To celebrate our 10th anniversary we have make a photo shooting in Havana (Cuba) with the Cuban photographer BRIAN CANELLES. This photo shooting was made for the spring summer 2017 collection and shows the powerful colors of the streets of Havana.
Photoshoot In Cuba
10th Anniversary Outfits
Method Man wearing our Smoky Alley Camo Hoodie in the new Masta Killa Video.
Masta Killa of Wu-Tang Clan is back with the new music video "Therapy" featuring fellow clan-mate Method Man and honorary member Redman. Knowledge and wisdom reign supreme as the High Chief trades potent verses with Meth and Red with nostalgic ease on the piano-driven Wu-banger. Produced by PF Cuttin, "Therapy" is the first single from Masta Killa's upcoming album "Loyalty Is Royalty", coming soon on Nature Sounds.
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