Easey Street Group has been laser focused on forging relationships with companies that walk in-step with Easey’s approach to art, music, fashion, and sport. Brands that are looking for a home where “out-of-the-box” thinking is second nature have found a solid base of operation here.
At Easey Street Group, a creative passion for the industry, along with the people
who drive it, trumps all else.
Here’s the hit list…
The brainchild of Richard Woolcott and Tucker Hall during a snowboarding trip back in ’91, Volcom was a gritty “in your face” gremlin fed by punk, grunge, and the social unrest of the decade.
Now matured, the Stone still cuts deep into the established views of what a lifestyle brand should be. With their hands in everything from art, music, and film to skateboarding, surfing, snowboarding, and motocross, the collective experience of people coming together to create something truly original is the driving force behind the company and the philosophy that started in Richard’s Newport bedroom so many years ago.
Two decades ago, amidst skateboarding’s cultural boom, Nike introduced SB. In 2002, led by Sandy Bodecker, Nike SB went beyond creating top-notch skate shoes. They immersed themselves in the skateboard landscape—embracing the shops, the spots, the diehards, the sessions, the collaborations, the collectors, and the creatives that defined it.
With a mission fueled by innovation and close collaboration with skateboarders, Nike SB flipped the script. Skateboarders were given the keys to shape their own narrative. The result? A rebellious stance, iconic products, and a celebration of the journey shaping the future of skateboarding.
Converse have been making sneakers since they started over a century ago. Cons skate shoes by Converse are crafted specific to the needs of today’s skateboarder, they celebrate a love and support for skate culture. A timeless expression of understated cool, to say they are iconic is an understatement. Whether they’re on the feet of a ‘70’s basketball star in a history book or between you and your board, Cons are the ultimate expression of authenticity.
In the late ’80s and early ’90s, a brand was born from the Southern California surf scene and swept through the clothing landscape to redefine the look and ideology of casualwear. That brand was Stüssy, a label that grew organically from youth movements and inadvertently revolutionized the clothing business.
A brand with spontaneity at its core, Havaianas believe that simplicity and style walk hand in hand. Fit for every style, light, comfortable and durable, slip on a pair of Havaianas and you’ll instantly feel the joy and happiness of simply being yourself. Since 1962, Havaianas have become the summer style essential for everyone, anywhere, anytime: made for summer and made of summer.
Misfit Shapes represents an authentic response to an era of change, a ‘surf’ stemmed movement that allows art, design and individuality to co-exist within a realm more commonly dominated by conformity and observation. We are not bound by a single leader or manifesto, but rather a bold commitment to pushing the limits of this well-oiled machinery of surf. The result is a rare collective of mildly deranged but high-powered misfits, potentially dangerous cultural agitators, and just about every other kind of MAD MIND.
Born from the waters of Huntington Beach in 1999, Hurley emerged with a mission to empower the voice of the next generation. Fueled by inclusivity, the brand has partnered with the world’s best musicians, surfers, skateboarders, and more, evolving into a global youth culture icon deeply rooted in beach lifestyle. With disruptive innovation as its unique blend of style and performance, Hurley sits as the global benchmark for excellence, both in and out of the water.
XLARGE, a trailblazer in Los Angeles streetwear, sprang to life as a humble shop on Vermont Street in Los Feliz back in 1991. Founded by Eli Bonerz and Adam Silverman, the store quickly became the go-to spot for the diverse local community and caught the attention of luminaries like Mike D of the Beastie Boys, Spike Jones, and Chloe Sevigny.
A genuine reflection of its surroundings and the Los Angeles lifestyle, XLARGE drew inspiration from workwear, vintage vibes, the club scene, mid-century design, skateboarding, and music. With its iconic Gorilla logo, XLARGE stands as a true original, leaving an indelible mark on generations of global streetwear culture.
Founded in 1994 by Kim Gordon of Sonic Youth and her friend Daisy von Furth, X-girl is not just a brand; it’s a vibe. Real clothing for real girls, the brand emerged as a pioneer in the “Girl’s Movement” within fashion, blending art and music seamlessly.
With graphic designs that speak volumes, X-girl draws inspiration from rock, military, outdoor, sports, and street culture. The iconic logo, crafted by Mike Mills, captures the essence of the brand. From guerrilla-style fashion shows in Soho, New York, to a Los Feliz store in Los Angeles, X-girl continues to redefine “Real Girl’s Clothing” with a flair that’s as timeless as it is trendy.