55DSL launch new StudioFiftyFive online site


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55DSL has a history of supporting emerging artists and musicians, especially with their StudioFiftyFive project. To celebrate the launch of the new StudioFiftyFive website, the streetwear brand held a bash to be remembered in an East London warehouse last week.

 

The London brave were treated to music that suited the brand down to the ground with Toddla T, Gorgan City and Mo Fingaz all appearing live.

Championed by 55DSL creative director, Andrea Rosso, StudioFiftyFive provides a creative lab for artists to make and showcase their work. There have been many highlights up to now, including shows by pioneering street-style photographers Gavin Watson and Alex Fakso, band ‘Little White Lies’, acclaimed artists Best Ever and graphic illustrator MitchyBwoy.

With urban culture at the heart of the 55DSL philosophy, the brand has supported the likes of skater Tony Hawk and surfer Joel Tudor. And StudioFiftyFive’s new digital home signals a transformation into a fully interactive website that will become a hub for past projects as well as encouraging the new talent of the future.

If you are interested in finding out more about StudioFiftyFive or 55DSL visit diesel.com

 

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