“Hatching Ideas” Editorial

Here Comes the Good Part drops a editorial debuting a new piece from it’s expanding range of in-house merchandise.  The  new merch includes short and long sleeve t-shirts with featuring “the Good Part” word logo at the left chest and a bold “GP” logo on the back.  Shirts are available in grey and black in limited quantities.

Have a look at the full editorial below  (more…)


“You good?… I’m Gucci!”

Here Comes the Good Part has decided to sprinkle its family and friends with new merchandise inspired by recent retro releases from a famed Italian luxury brand and the innovative slang adaptation of the same name. You know what it is! (more…)

@_Solesense Pre-Show Recap

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This past weekend Here Comes the Good Part had the opportunity to lend services and support to the SoleSense Pre-Show. is an online women’s sneaker boutique founded by Baltimore native Brittney Williams. Plenty of Baltimore’s fashion influencers and footwear fans stopped by to get a sneak peek at what’s to come and to show off some of their own sneaker heat. Be sure to follow SoleSene on Twitter, Instagram and sign up for the mailing list here  (more…)

The #COZYROSE Campaign

#Cozyrose Campaign from Quintel Harcum on Vimeo.

A special Valentine’s dedication to the cozy girls, past and present, that are as stylish in a sexy red dress as they are in an oversized sweater.

#COZYROSE is an exclusive women’s merchandise giveaway that combines Here Comes the Good Part’s expertise in graphic and concept design. The campaign takes us inside a romantic, millennial love affair via stop-motion video featuring a super soft, fleece crewneck sweatshirt with a solitary rose representing love on Valentine’s Day.

Details on how to win the sweatshirt below



Louis Vuitton x SUPREME by @icyjohnson

“Draped in Saint Laurent & Supreme, the amount

of money that spend on what I want is obscene”

by G-Eazy

Since 1994 Supreme has been consistently releasing quality goods; skate decks, skate accessories, hoodies, sneakers, backpacks, coats and other items. Known primarily as a skate shop who collaborates with Nike, Vans, The North Face, Commes Des Garcons, Playboy and many other brands, in the streetwear fashion world Supreme is the high end luxury brand. Up until now Supreme could only be paired with high end designers in a nice lay like G-Eazy states above.

But not anymore…

The “Louis Vuitton x Supreme” Capsule Collection just showed at Paris Men’s Fashion Week. I understand the hype around Supreme, but this collaboration solidifies that streetwear can be on the same level as high end. We have seen streetwear’s influence on the runway the past 8-10 years from designers like Ricardo Tisci, Hedi Slimane, Alexander McQueen and Rick Owens with high fashion-streetwear inspired designs.


Get a closer look at all the pieces from the Supreme x Louis Vuitton Collection here.


The collaboration is accessory heavy considering that’s the strength of Louis Vuitton; pieces include backpacks, folios, bandanas, LV keep-all’s and the signature LV trunks with the Supreme logo crashing the party. The pieces are what you would expect from a collaboration including Supreme. Heavy logo-laced goods and superb craftsmanship are staples from both brands. Simplicity is the key to Supreme’s success, so even though its logo is famous, it’s not overbearing to the LV logo. The accessories are really good (and really bad); the Keep-All is my favorite, with a huge Supreme logo emblazoned on a finely crafted Louis Vuitton bag.

This is probably the most important collaboration in fashion history. The line between streetwear and high end fashion was erased.; however the clothing didn’t blow me away. It will be interesting to see who wears it because a lot of it isn’t the look of the traditional Supreme customer/fan boy, with the oversized pieces; blazers jackets and trousers. Even the denim jackets are oversized. The sneakers, key chains, bandanas, scarves, box logo tee, 5 panel, duffle and backpack will probably be the pieces seen most in the streets. Most of them are very good. The shades are not poppin’ at all. The ‘hypebeasting’ will be in another stratosphere. Because of the magnitude and how hard it is to believe this collaboration happened, most of it looks fake. It’s gonna be interesting once these pieces hit the streets. The Supreme Resellers are gonna have a field day with this collection.

I have seen reviews where people expected a more refined collection, but with two brands that are most known for their logos I’m not sure what was really expected.