GIVEAWAY: Cocaine and Vodka


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Exclusivity is a luxury in today’s mass-production era. If you’re the type that’s always on the lookout for limited editions, restricted runs and one-of-a-kind pieces, then Cocaine & Vodka is for you.

The provocatively titled brand will partner with a carefully selected artist and together they create unique clothing pieces in predefined quantities. So once they’re gone, they’re gone folks. The one item, once a season policy isn’t the only fresh thing from the brand.  David Becker gives SoJones the 411 about Cocaine & Vodka.

Introduce yourself and describe how your brand was started?

Are you a cop? I heard if you say no and you are it’s entrapment. Just saying. We’re Cocaine & Vodka. We are about being true to ourselves, complete and perfect in our imperfections. And what better way to capture the collective attention of Hollywood than with a brand called Cocaine & Vodka. It’s a statement, just like our motto to live and love to a rhythm of a 4/4 beat. You get it if you get it and you don’t if you don’t.

Describe this season’s theme for your line. Include any sources of inspiration (examples: 80’s punk, muses like Amber Rose, 70’s disco bands, Kanye, etc)

Beginnings/Evolution of the DJ culture. We’re not a typical brand. We release a limited number of items each season through partnerships with musicians and DJs. This season has some classic vinyl hits and an old school 80s beatbox. I guess you can say it’s about recorded sound. Our inspiration will always come from music of some type.

Any product placements on celebs to keep an eye out for (examples: publicity photos, magazines, movies, music videos etc)

We don’t do celeb placement but do kit out our friends and those people who helped inspire us along the way. People like Joel David Moore from Avatar, Zachary Levi from NBC’s Chuck, Arlene Tur from Showtime’s Crash, Tiffany DuPont from ABC’s Greek, DJ/Producer Damian Lazarus, DJ/Producer Steve Lawler, and of course we did make an exception to our “no free shit” policy and sent one to Lindsay Lohan. Had to.

What has been a surprise fashion hit over the last year? (a particular piece, a look or even another brand)

Vagazzling…do I even need to elaborate?

What current fashion trend would you like to see thrown overboard?

Leggings….it’s been a “retro comeback” for too many years now. And, of course, something that should have died with Cher’s “Believe”….autotuning your vocals. And don’t get me started on all the Serato bottle service laptop DJ’s….sorry, you were asking about fashion, got carried away. But they really need to go away too.

What is/was one of your most prized fashion pieces, past or present?

You can’t go wrong with Air Force Ones or Chuck Taylors.

TuPac or Biggie?

Well, seeing as they are both great, and both dead (unless you’re into conspiracy theories, which we’re not), let’s decide this by who they used to roll with. Biggie was great and on Bad Boy Records alongside Puff Daddy, Mase, 112, and Faith Evans to name a few. Now, let’s look at the other side…TuPac was great and on Death Row alongside Dre, Snoop, Warren G, Nate Dogg….the same label that gave us The Chronic. Looks like the choice is clear…TuPac by a mile.

You can get Cocaine and Vodka gear for a price range of $54 – $64 at their official website:  Take a peek of the fly factor first, as these are just a couple of’s favorites:

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