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Twice As Nice

Posted in art, fashion, more by Dani on December 16, 2009

Happy, Happy Wednesday, darlings!  The week is officially almost over; and you know what today is. That’s right. “What Gives? Wednesday” (…based off of  Chicago Social Magazine’s article, “What Gives?”)! Smart trend of the sixteenth? Aviator Nation.

I must say, I have been waiting to tell you folks about this SoCal-based unisex clothing company for almost a week. On the lookout for stylish sweaters, I stumbled upon its website last week.

Created by Paige Mycoskie, Aviator Nation is the product of her love of aviator glasses, but I mean… c’mon, those shades are classics and always au courant. Haha.  From tanks to truckers, this business exemplies the Golden State‘s surfing culture through their items’ cool color schemes and casual cuts. Although not all of their clothes go to charity, Aviator Nation has a specific set of clothing articles in which a portion of those purchases goes to AIDS research. Isn’t that rad? Haha.

Ooh… and please take a look at this collaboration between Aviator Nation and TOMS! So neat!

Stay sunny,

Dani

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  1. Kyle said, on January 25, 2010 at 8:51 PM

    Dani,

    I’m glad you enjoyed my video of the TOMS I made for Paige at Aviator Nation. Just curious as to how you stumbled upon it? Thanks.

    Kyle

    • disfordani said, on January 29, 2010 at 2:59 PM

      Hi, Kyle! I hope that your week is wrapping up nicely! Thanks for reading my blog. I found your video by searching for “Aviator Nation” in the YouTube search engine. Hope this bit of information helps! Have a wonderful weekend! –Dani

  2. […] to raise awareness about apparel companies that gave a portion of their proceeds to charity.  One post that I published discussed the clothing collaboration between the Southern California-based companies, Aviator […]


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