The young label Waiting for Ideas with its new collection For the Kids who know and those who don’t is doing a retrospective of the 2000s.
Indeed while this period represents for some their birth dates, the 2000s are for others a time of nostalgia. The beginnings of the Internet were in the making, MSN and Skyblog were the Twitter and Instagram of that era and Habbo/Dofus were at the dawn of Fortnite and other Apex Legends. Far from the torrents, the files were exchanged in person by CD, most often annotated with the title of the series or the film in black marker. It is precisely this practice that WFI wanted to illustrate through its collection, shot in the establishment where the members of the label have evolved. The main piece of the line is a t-shirt with a central pocket to store these discs, mimicking the CD-ROM players of the same period. The rest of the collection is based on pieces in monochrome shades and neat cuts, judiciously connected. Apart from clothing, the brand also offers a longboard created in 10 copies.
The entire collection For the Kids who know and those who don’t from Waiting for Ideas is available on their website