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Birdwell X RVCA V2

RVCA joins forces with Birdwell for their second limited collection of classic beachwear, blending the creativity and artistic expression of two American-apparel pioneers. RVCA founder, PM Tenore, and Birdwell creative director, Natas Kaupas, worked to design a line that is true to both brands’ vision and aesthetic. The merging of ideas from two great creative minds gives way to a timeless collaboration.

This updated collection takes inspiration from race cars and fighter planes, the highlight piece of the collection is the Warbird 18 Trunk. Only 250 of these trunks were made — logos, trims and patterns were a mash up of ideas that resulted in a special trunk, like no other. They are hand-signed and numbered by Tenore and Kaupas.

The rest of the collection takes prints and branding from the Warbird 18 trunk with a more subtle approach to build out a well-rounded line that will attract any surf or style enthusiast. The collection is only available at eu.RVCA.COM.





Toy Machine x RVCA

We are excited to introduce you to the new Toy Machine x RVCA Collection.


“The collab was a no-brainer. Both companies place importance on authenticity in their teams, artwork, and ways we approach our business. Since I have been doing Toy Machine since 1993 and working with RVCA since 2003 what would be organic and authentic than for both companies to work together to offer a line of clothes that is the love-child of us coming together? The spawn of our union includes T-Shirts, flannel, hats, socks, a vest, limited edition skateboard decks and even a women’s swimsuit!' — Ed Templeton

Purchase is Mandatory!



RVCA Neutral | Mark Oblow

RVCA Advocate Mark Oblow recently photographed Mahina Alexander, Ethan Tenore, and Malakai Montes here at the RVCA HQ in our new RVCA Neutral Collection. Check out the photos from around the headquarters below.

About the Neutral Collection:

N A TIME WHEN LINES ARE MORE BLURRED THAN EVER AND THE NEED TO BE DEFINED AS EITHER MALE OR FEMALE IS DISSIPATING, WE ARE INSPIRED TO EXPLORE THE IDEA OF THE UNDEFINED. CLOTHING IS USED AS A FORM OF SELF-EXPRESSION, WITH THIS COLLECTION WE INTEND TO BRIDGE THE GAP AND PROVIDE A NEUTRAL PLATFORM FOR PEOPLE TO DO JUST THAT.
WE HAVE TAKEN A MINIMALISTIC APPROACH, WITH COMFORT AND WEARABILITY AT THE FOREFRONT. USING SOFT HAND FABRICS, HEAVY LAUNDERING AND INDIGO DYES TO CREATE WORN IN TIMELESS PIECES. WITH SUBTLE HINTS OF WORKWEAR AND UTILITARIAN STYLING, EACH PIECE IS DESIGNED FOR VERSATILITY, TO LOOK GOOD AND WEAR WELL ON ANYONE AND ALLOW THE WEARER TO STYLE THEIR OWN WAY.





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