November 24th, 2015 / 17:06:09

#ReedStateofMind Winners

Congrats to @1inthachamber & @iamcesarin, our two winners of the #ReedStateofMind contest!


Shot by @1inthachamber

@iamcesarin 2

Shot by @iamcesarin

Thank you to everyone who participated! Please continue to tag your photos with #ReedStateofMind for the chance to be featured on our feed!

November 23rd, 2015 / 18:01:31



Photographer, writer, video editor, and longtime supporter of Reed Space, @jeffstashbox continues to stay in the zone as he creates content that matters. He’s done a great job of covering some of our biggest events in the past, but the talented creative artist never forgets to bring us with him whenever he goes “#InTheStashBox”. His latest exposé in this series of all things noteworthy in street wear culture features a candid conversation with an up-and-coming brand.

The founding members of @CourtsNewYork met with @Jeffstashbox in their natural habitat to talk about the brand’s origins, injustice in the community, and where they see themselves in the future. Check out the brand’s chat here.


A special thanks to our friend Jeffstashbox! Keep up with his original content and interviews here & be sure to check out the latest from the Courts team here!

November 22nd, 2015 / 17:43:12



@VictorRomanStudios, a very good friend of the shop and an emerging face in the art sphere, extended an invitation to us to join him for the opening reception of his debut exhibit titled “Defragment”. Formerly known as Vicki Pages, Roman developed his own unique vision for the 5-week long show where our interactions with technology in the present day is treated with skepticism. The art exhibition features a mix of mediums utilized to illustrate said vision–from facetime conversations to colorful visuals on canvas, an abundance of talent was certainly on display.






A special thank you to Victor Roman and his team for inviting us to his amazing show! Be sure to stop by the @RivingtonDesignHouse and check it out for yourself, now through December 16th.

November 21st, 2015 / 17:58:37


We’re dedicating this weekend’s “Sample Saturdays” to the original soundtrack to our ‘epic summer’: D.R.A.M.’s “Cha Cha”.

German-born and Virginia-raised, D.R.A.M seemingly popped onto the music scene out of nowhere in early 2014. By the time his popular Sunny & Gabe-produced single finally took off, nearly a year had already past. The breakout song caught the attention of co-founder of Def Jam, Rick Rubin, independent Hip-Hop artist, Chance the Rapper, and tons of unsuspecting listeners. The emerging artist’s catchy tune even made Beyoncé move her hips.

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November 20th, 2015 / 12:39:56



The weekend has arrived!

November 20th, 2015 / 11:00:47

#ReedStateOfMind Top 4

Here are our Top 4 (in no particular order) for the #ReedStateOfMind Contest! Go to our Instagram to vote for your favorite! The photo with the most likes wins!


by @max.bon

by @1inthachamber

by @bobbyfade

@iamcesarin 2

by @iamcesarin

November 19th, 2015 / 15:44:46

1-2-1 w/jeffstaple feat. DANIEL KASIDI

It only made sense that @jeffstaple and Daniel Kasidi met up to have a conversation in light of their recent collaborative effort. Kasidi, the founder of @Rastaclat, offers insight on how the stylish accessory first came to be. Kasidi also revisits some of the past Reed Space x Rastaclat collaborations, which predate the joint project with @StaplePigeon. See how the shoelace bracelets got their start here.

November 18th, 2015 / 18:13:48


All aboard the hype train!


“Knickstaps Porzingis.” “Putback Godzingis.” “Kristaps Posterzingis.” However you refer to the 7’3″ Latvian rookie, Kristaps Porzingis is making a statement in the NBA. The 4th overall pick weathered the storm of boos that rained down on the night of the 2015 Draft phenomenally. He’s even managed to turn many of those boos into into cheers.

Back in July, the Sports World was stunned by Phil Jackson’s decision to acquire the slim prospect. Haunted by the many failures of the Knicks’ nightmare of a season, NBA fans and journalists alike, namely Stephen A. Smith, were completely caught by surprise at the fact that New York’s President would seemingly opt to build around a “project” than go with someone who was “NBA-ready.”

No one could’ve predicted how wrong they were.

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November 16th, 2015 / 12:53:06



Beat the Black Friday Rush!

November 14th, 2015 / 14:51:14


This weekend, we’re trying something different.

Did you ever hear a popular song with dope background vocals or a looped instrument snippet and wonder where it came from? Did you ever hear an old school song that sounded just like a new one? Every Saturday, we’re going to showcase some of the samples from our favorite songs, coolest production mixes or hidden gems from our vinyl collections.

Hotline Bling

Today’s edition of “Sample Saturdays” features the 2015 hit single that no one can get out of their head: Drake’s “Hotline Bling”

Contrary to popular belief, the song does NOT directly sample D.R.A.M.’s “Cha Cha.” Producer Nineteen85 instead opted to borrow the talents of Timmy Thomas’ 1972 soulful record “Why Can’t We Live Together,” all the while maintaining a similar tropical summertime vibe to that of the D.R.A.M. breakout single.

Enjoy the original sample here and look out for the popular loop at 0:13.

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