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November 19, 2014

3rd Culture Style Review


About 3rd Culture Style:
Made in the USA, 3rd Culture Style is the brainchild of one of the world’s top percussionists on today’s top touring and recording circuit TAKU Hirano, referred by rock legend Mick Fleetwood as “the secret weapon” behind today’s top names in music.

3rd Culture Style embodies all of TAKU’s worlds of international travel, skate culture, rock music, Hip-Hop lifestyle, fashion, love of tattoo art, and photographic curating of street art. All now melded to form 3rd Culture Style, boasting today an expansion of style reps and influencers in China, Japan, Portugal, Germany, Holland, France, Switzerland, UK, Ireland, Canada, Australia and the Caribbean.

TAKU's take on what 3rd Culture Style is: "Inclusion, and then Fusion is the way. Know your core, blend in your surroundings, and what will be expressed through your talent is the 3rd Culture. This is your edge. Others will just have to 'TRY AND KEEP UP.' Let them know with the 3rd Culture moniker!"

Another lifestyle statement from TAKU that's gaining worldwide momentum from the streets of New York to Los Angeles and from Shanghai to Osaka, Japan is “Too Much Ego Will Kill Your Talent” featured also to the right, perhaps inspiring this year’s holiday gift for those who work with bigger than life personalities. 

The TRY AND KEEP UP tee, available in a variety of colors for both men and women, features a simple, yet bold statement.  

It can take on a lot of different meanings, but to me it simply means that as long as you follow your passion, you'll be successful, and other people will have to "try and keep up."

I love what 3rd Culture Style embodies - a multi-faceted union of art, life, and culture.  

To check out more of their designs, visit www.3rdCultureStyle.com.

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