Once again, the Parisian brand Bye Jeremy stuns with their new film "bustell," greatly mixing the local crew of young rippers from Paris with some of the finest skaters from abroad such as Ishod Wair, Thaynan Costa, Carlisle Aikens, Erik Herrera, Christian Henry, Olli Lilja and many more.
The video was Capture by David De Los Santos itself, the founder of Bye Jeremy, during the past months 2023, in the bustling streets of Paris and as always putted together with impeccable soundtrack that brings you back to the 90's and early 2000's.
Established in 2019 in Paris by David De Los Santos, Bye Jeremy is an independent brand, with a lot of items that still home made by David itself at his small apartment. The brand has evolved from a daring experiment in clothing to an influential skateboarding label that combines a sense of nostalgia with an adoration for punk rock, skate culture, old movies and TV shows, a satirical approach with a tons of references, but at the same time very unique and original.
To gain insight into Bye Jeremy world and its founder, Pocket Skate Mag connected with David and the Bye Jeremy crew. This exclusive interview provides an in-depth exploration of the brand, the early years, where the name came from, delving into their artistic process and granting an insider's look into the production of their clothes and their latest new video.
A LOOK BEHIND “BYE JEREMY” by Pocket Skate Mag
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Bye Jeremy Winter Collection
Together with their video, Bye Jeremy has released an exciting new winter drop. The collection showcases fresh pink and red colorways of the classic Butterfly T-Shirt, along with knitted pieces like the Star Skull Sweater and the October skully beanie, an iconic "Adios" embroidery trucker hat and many more items that are now exclusively available in Portugal through Cybercafé® Skateshop. Worldwide shipping.