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Pro Skater and Hélas Founder Lucas Puig Is Cool with Your Asia-Based Forgeries

French street wear brand Hélas does caps and other fashionable skater accoutrements, ideal for whatever you've got going on: landing sick Pop Shuvits in the school parking lot, tearing ass running fr...
2017-05-19 16:01:32
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French street wear brand Hélas does caps and other fashionable skater accoutrements, ideal for whatever you've got going on: landing sick Pop Shuvits in the school parking lot, tearing ass running from mall security, or even just chillax at a sweet, low-key get-together bashing on mad burritos with the fam. Founded by Stephen Khou, Clement Brunel and Lucas Puig, they've gotten to the point where they're collab'ing with another sick brand: Adidas. Puig is in Shanghai to promote the new tennis-tastic look, as well as preside over the third edition of the Skate Copa Court series down in Found 158 this Saturday. SmSh sat down in a hotel room with the French skating icon to talk illegal usage of the Adidas logo, unhinged skate obstacles, fake markets, and Shanghai's wonderful marble ledges. So much marble.

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