Celebrating their 15th year as a staple of the Vancouver fashion scene, DIPT first opened their doors in 2000 and has since become synonymous with the latest and greatest in streetwear culture in the city. Many of you may even remember their OG radio ads on a then alternative hip hop station, The Beat 94.5, where Flipout and “Tony Bandana” had their own late night rap radio show.
Partnering up with Seattle-based heritage brand Ebbets Field Flannels, the boutique has created a capsule collection of 100% hand crafted Home and Away wool ball caps and flannel jerseys to celebrate their milestone. The collection is set to be released on May 19th at their official launch party and grand reopening of DIPT at 819 Hornby Street.
Photographer: Ian Azariah
Location: Nat Bailey Stadium
Models: Quamon and Thelonious