I launched the Luminary site this evening, and for those of you who know me, and know what I’m about, you know this is all a work in progress. It takes time and hard work to make things happen. Thank you for your continued support! Let’s get it!
Guillotine Cutter, Tré Cinco Breastplate, & Modern Architect Cuff Link
The Tré Cinco’s are named after having 5 triangles, and a triangle having 3 sides, hence the Tré Cinco.
The Official Luminary site is coming soon!
A retrospective of sorts.
I could be sitting on the shore, talking with ole’ timers. Dominos on the table, and beers beside dusted sneakers. In their eyes is a quiet longing, for the days of the 1970’s in Miami. Drugs, Money, and Women. They tell me little things. A joint down the block and around the corner that was once a stash house. The club that closed down, where all the dealers would play for the evening. The cars, houses and boats, and all the excess. My eyes light up, and a flush comes to my cheek, and all I can think, is this must have been a crazy time.
This is a sick ass documentary, chronicling Miami in the 1970’s and 80’s. The drug wars, and the cartels. The Cubans and Colombians, and everything that shaped Miami into the city it is today.
On the light: Angelo Baque.
Great guy, sweet dude, plus he’s a cutie. Angelo was featured in the H(y)er Collective’s latest issue. As a co-signer of this online magazine I must say they continuously bring the heat. As one of the men behind the scenes of the Supreme brand, Angelo spat a bit of knowledge on his take on Supreme, its growth in the industry, and an overall vibe, that is New York City.