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We’re happy to finally bring you the new series in the Om Apparel line featuring graphics from urban street artist, Sam Flores. We’ve taken Sam’s art and applied it to garments like it has never been done before. The graphics are almost burned into the garments. The end result is a fitted, vintage-feel, high end, and light garment. All pieces in the line come with a tag that allows you to download a free music from Om. Full look book will be posted later this week.

The Leak…..You will be able to pick up the line at select fine retailers in 2010. Because there are those of you looking for unique and limited edition items for the holiday season, we’re leaking a small limited amount of units exclusively at the, just in time for the holidays.

Click Here to Pick Up the Line Before Anyone Else.

Posted by: on November 27, 2009 @ 12:15 PM
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If you are in San Francisco this weekend, drop by Fort Mason for one of the most unique trunk shows around. Held in cities like New York, Chicago, San Francisco, and San Diego, these events promote an indie minded mentality. Just in time for the holidays, there will be over 150 top independent artist, designers, and more held in a 50,000 square foot festival pavillion.

Doors open at 11am – 6pm each day. Visit for more information.

We will be making the debut of the new Om Apparel line featuring graphics from Sam Flores. Pick these pieces up before anyone else does. Check out the Om booth at B110 and B113.

See you there!

Posted by: on November 19, 2009 @ 8:52 PM
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We’re gearing up to release the new Om 15 Line featuring graphics from Sam Flores. On a sunny Sunday afternoon in San Francisco, we gathered a few of our dear friends together for a little photo shoot with photographer and good friend, Shauna Regan.

Here are a few behinds the scenes photos taken by DJ. Thanks go out to Katie for the makeup and Michiko, Wendy, Josh, and Clayton for spending their Sunday afternoon in support.

Check back soon for the full lookbook and a list of where you can pick up the goods.

Related Posts: Behind The Scene Look at Om 15 Line Featuring Graphics From Sam Flores

Posted by: on November 15, 2009 @ 11:54 PM
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It’s finally almost here! For many many months, we’ve been behind the scenes working relentlessly to put together this Om 15 line. Featuring artwork designed by everyone’s favorite street / urban artist, Sam Flores, the new line consist of pieces for both guys and gals.

We’ve taken the Sam Flores Om 15 art and applied it to merchandise like it has never been applied before. Light, breezy, form fitting, and intricately detailed, these pieces are uniquely urban but high end with a vintage feel all at the same time. Designed and printed in San Francisco by SF’s premiere and very exclusive printing house Supreme (just try and google their name). These guys bring with them years of experience printing for Bloomingdales, Addidas, and many more.

Want a unique holiday gift? These pieces are printed in extremely rare quantities. The line will be available at only a handful of select boutiques and online here at Om. Stay tuned over the next few weeks as we reveal more and more behind the scenes exclusives and let you know where you can get fitted with these Om x Sam Flores pieces.

More details to be released shortly.

Related Posts: More Behind The Scenes Look at The Om 15 Line

Posted by: on November 11, 2009 @ 7:58 PM
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Street wear clothing brand, Exact Science has launched a t-shirt design by, Steve Ha of Flavor Innovator. The design is based on the art used for the J-Boogie’s Dubtronic Science “Soul Vibrations” release.

You can now purchase the shirts here from the Om store and get a FREE J-Boogie x Exact Science Magic Mix CD. J-Boogie provides the soundtrack with “The Bay and Beyond” a mix CD of hip-hop, soul, funk and electro representing underground artists from Northern Cali to New York. The CD is included with T-Shirt purchase on featuring artists like Zion I, Raashan Ahmad, Deuce Eclipse, Dudley Perkins, Keelay & Zaire, Camp Lo, Breakestra and more.

Click here to get fitted now!

Posted by: on September 19, 2009 @ 8:16 PM
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One of our favorite Japanese imports, retailer Uniqlo, is about to set up shop in Paris’s infamous retailer, colette (no relation to our Colette). The temporary pop up shop runs from August through September.

Uniqlo is a Japanese retailer specializing metropolitan urban city wear and hip design heavy packaging. If you are ever in New York, drop by their NYC location. They also take the prize for having the most crazily confusing and possibly longest site on the web. The NYC location has been a long supporter of Om. They also have perhaps some of the most unique and hilarious marketing campaigns.

Visit to check out possibly the most content heavy, longest website, and find out more about the Uniqlo x Colette pop up store.

Posted by: on August 31, 2009 @ 11:24 PM
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There has been a lot of recent talks about bikes here at Om with a few staffers recently acquiring brand new bikes. I, on the other hand, don’t own a bike. If I ever did, it would be this bike.

Teague has come up with a new concept bike called Pulse. The sophisticatedly designed bike comes with LED turn signals, a rechargeable pack, and forward thinking design.

Click here for a detailed look at the bike.

Posted by: on August 27, 2009 @ 9:08 PM
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Watch makers, Nixon have been producing some really cool watches. Call them sportswear, high fashion, street, hipster, or whatever you may, Nixon has some great marketing behind them. On August 15, they announced the arrival of The Fluro Rubber Player Collection. The Fluro Collection will see Nixon’s trademark high end silicone and stainless steal combo watch, splashed with bold florescent colors and a high gloss. Each month there will be a new secret color that will drop for the next four months. Nixon will hand select retailers and only release very limited units. August saw the release of their florescent orange, which is already sold out online.

Check the 15th of each month (for the next four months) to see what other florescent colors are to come!

Posted by: on August 19, 2009 @ 9:15 PM
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It’s pretty obvious we love graffiti and street art here at Om, but let’s face it. It’s not exactly green to use spray paint. For those of you with a green thumb or if you just appreciate cool gadgets, check out the halo. The halo is a handy light-writing tool, preserving the techniques and gestures that graffiti artists use with spray cans. It is possible to change the color and the brightness of the led to change the graffiti’s styles. If the light doesn’t have enough battery, users simply have to shake it to have energy again. Pretty neat stuff!


Posted by: on August 12, 2009 @ 12:01 AM
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Photo Credits: Vitamin Dee

We are proud to annouce the launch of Om Apparel line. The line will start off as a t-shirt line, but will evolve into a full apparel line in the fall of 2010. With Om Apparel, we are looking forward to more than simply styling you out. Each article of clothing comes with a tag that allows customers the ability to download music and the art featured on the shirt….connecting the dots between music, art, and fashion into a cultural movement.

Photo Credits: Vitamin Dee

The launch of the apparel line features t-shirts designed by local Bay Area fine artist, Erik Otto and pieces inspired by the popular Mushroom Jazz series designed by our resident head pixel-altor, Valerie Shagday. You can currently find these pieces at one of the various boutique retailers listed below.

Photo Credits: Vitamin Dee

This fall, Om will be releasing our next series of artist collaborative pieces from local street artist legend, Sam Flores. We have collaborated with Sam Flores to come up with a series of apparel pieces celebrating the 15 Year Anniversary of Om. You will be really surprised with what we have up our sleeves! It’s going to be hot!!!

Photo Credits: Vitamin Dee
Until then, you visit one of these fine boutique retailers to pick up your Om Apparel piece. If your favorite retailer isn’t listed below, leave a comment below letting us know the name of the retailer and we will work on getting our pieces carried.


Photo Credits: Vitamin Dee

Fine Om Apparel at these fine retailers.


San Francisco
True Haight
Azalea Boutique
Medium Rare
Mission Statement

Rain Urbana

San Jose
On First Fashion

Los Angeles
Turntable Lab Fairfax

San Diego
On First Fashion San Diego

Posted by: on August 1, 2009 @ 11:21 PM
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