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September 13, 2012

Truth Stays.

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Share This.We came across a new music video for a song called “Stayin’ True”. The dudes on the track are  Two-9‘s Retro Su$h! (featuring Key) and the song comes off of their debut mixtape Kung Fu In Japan, released September 29th. Check out the visuals and the download link to their current project below. ↓ Stayin True ↓.   → Download Two-9′s Forever Mixtape ←

Influential Hi.

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Share This.Quiet Lunch was in attendance for the NYFW runway show of NiceInHarlem‘s exclusive debut of his new clothing line, influentialNY. The looks show a blending of Boho chic with a splash of SoHa (that’s South Harlem) swag. These pieces can complement most wardrobes while making a silently influential statement. It also included a rare all white lettermen varsity jacket and one of the hottest snap-backs out right now. Know Read More

Riders Mixing Riding Mixers.

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Share This.In the near future, nightclubs may have to get a little creative in order to expand and appeal to the gen-Yers. Here is a cool idea, first you build a club with a BMX park in the middle. Second, you fit some riders with Coogo‘s Turntable Rider. Lastly, you let these guys come in and scratch up the place.

New York’s Week in Fashion: 3.1 Phillip x Timo Weiland x Duro Olowu.

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Share This.Mercedez-Benz Fashion Week has once again landed in New York covering the streets with models, designers, press, and fashion maniacs. Designers are showcasing their Spring 2012 ready- to- wear collections after months of preparation. Here at Quiet Lunch we’ll be sharing our favorite collections from this season from well known designers like Alexander Wang, Marc Jacobs, Philip Lim and lesser- known names such as Honor, Duro Olowu, and Chadwick Read More

Wallflowers.

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Share This.Brazil based artist Guilherme Kramer spends a year painting a gazillion faces on the walls of an office in São Paulo. Titled We See People in the Crowd, the project was a painstaking task that looks to be well worth the time.

All Aboard.

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Share This.Jet Life connoisseur, Curren$y, recently released visuals for the single “Leaving the Dock” off of the Harry Fraud collaboration, Cigarette Boats. The video features the studio footage from the one-take recording of the verse and hook. It also some contains performance footage for those of you who can’t get enough of the Jet Life. Curren$y’s first studio album, Stone Immaculate, is also out. For that, click →here←. For Cigarette Boats, click →here←.

Hands Off… Well, Not Really.

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Share This.Today we featured another piece from the Sculptures by the Sea collective. Do Not… is a satirical sculpture created by artist Gary Deirmendjian. The piece directly toys with the concept of reverse psychology.

A Choice in Literary Material.

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Share This.“If you only read the books that everyone else is reading, you can only think what everyone else is thinking.” – Haruki Murakami.

Up Demon Hill.

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Share This.Los Angeles-based artist Julian Hoeber has created an installation that defies physics. His first exhibit in New York, DH#2 (Demon Hill #2) is a variation on the first Demon Hill; an installation that manipulates “gravitational mystery spots”. The whole experience makes you feel like a background dancer in the “Smooth Criminal” video. “Hoeber works in a variety of media- sculpture, painting, drawing, photography and installation- to produce an intuitive Read More

Vans OTW x Howell.

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Share This.Tis the season to wear textiles! Postured as Vans OTW‘s own approached to the desert boot, the Howells are a casual Fall must have. People were raving about them back in June but as the cooler weather draws closer, these shoes are looking more and more necessary. We’re digging the stark contrast between the hypnotic tweed-like heel and grim black leather base. Plus, there is no logo!