Taz Arnold

  • Daily Top 10 Instagram Pics with Christian Louboutin, Christine Centenera, and Taz Arnold

    by Allen O.
    July 3, 2013
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    Here is a look at our favorite Instagram pics from yesterday (July 2). Celebs such as Christian Louboutin, Christine Centenera, Taz Arnold, and more all made our top 10. See where they ranked and let us know your thoughts.

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  • TI$A x Dr. Romanelli “The Americans” Collection

    by Kyle O.
    August 25, 2011
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    The Americans” Collection is a Native American and cowboy inspired collaboration between TI$A founder Taz Arnold and renowned designer Dr.Romanelli to rework and re-imagine one of America’s most acclaimed clothing lines, Polo Ralph Lauren. Using Taz’s massive collection of vintage Polo, the two designers borrowed from Hip Hop’s tradition of sampling and remixing by deconstructing and reconstructing many classic Polo pieces to make what was once old new again. Check out the collection and video below.

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  • TI$A x Revive x Big Sean Hometown Heroes Event

    by Allen O.
    January 12, 2011
    13

    Here is a recap video of the Hometown Heroes event featuring Big Sean presented by TI$A and Revive. The video features appearances by Taz Arnold, Teyana Taylor and Bun B. Check out video and more pics below

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  • Taz Arnold x TI$A 2010 Footwear Commercial

    by Allen O.
    October 20, 2010
    20

    Tisavision.tv presents to you the commercial for TI$A’s L.A. rAdne$ 2010 shoe collection. Designer Taz Arnold and his TI$A brand debut three different designs, the Get $, Double FF$, and Go Hard$, which are set to release Oct. 23, 2010 with Stamp’d LA. Check out the TI$A commercial  below

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  • Taz Arnold with TI$A x MCM and Versace Sunglasses

    by Kyle O.
    May 19, 2010
    10

    Designer Taz Arnold has released a music video titled “Southside Blood Cuz’n” featuring Major for his first solo LP ‘HOOD LOVE’. In the black & white video, which was directed by Coodie & Chike for Creative Control, Taz can be seen with an assortment of gear such as a TI$A x MCM briefcase,TI$A x Phenomenon x MCM backpack, and a pair of vintage Versace Medusa sunglasses ($690).

    Check out Taz Arnold’s “Southside Blood Cuz’n” music video below. Also you’ll notice Kelis and Paid in Full’s Wood Harris make cameos.

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  • TI$A Vi$ion Vintage Snapback Hats

    by Kyle O.
    January 18, 2010
    36

    Coming straight from the 80’s into the 2000’s, designer Taz Arnold, through his unique sense of style and creativity, has put together these classic TI$A Vi$ion vintage snapback hats (ranging from $50-$75). These hats take you back to when Starter jackets and hats were more prevalent in the urban community than any high end fashion brand.The TI$A brand provides an unparalleled experience that has never been seen before, utilizing color with intelligence and great detail to form a unique and innovative approach to style.

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  • Introducing: Taz Arnold, A Student of Style

    by Kyle O.
    January 14, 2010
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    Who is Taz Arnold? Well you might know him best as the guy in the leopard pants and green military jacket (which I’ll assume to be a pieces from his MCM collection) who posed with Kanye West & crew in Paris early last year for a photo that inspired the South Park “Fishsticks” episode (pictured below).  Taz Arnold is a producer, designer, and a student of style. He is part of the production with Sa-Ra Creative Partners, a group that is signed with Kanye’s G.O.O.D. Music label, and has recently been designing for luxury brand MCM while establishing his own brand TI$A Vi$iON (TI$A stands for – Taz is so Arnold).

    StreetLevel recently sat down with Taz as he gave insight into what goes on in his world, where his motivation is derived from and why, when it comes to fashion, he does what he does. Taz Arnold is an interesting dude and his fashion freedom I can’t help but respect and admire.

    Check out the interview Taz Arnold did with StreetLevel as well as the South Park “Fishsticks” episode below

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