Every season has a smell, a quality to the air, and a style of clothing that brings you closer to feeling peacefully aware of your surroundings, and that’s where the Lifetime Collective comes in. Raw denim contrasts unlaced leather boots that blend with a black sketchbook held under the arm of a small, screen-printed tee. Unique textures, colors, and patterns make a point to avoid gimmicky urban wear and instead support an artistically-inspired collection of clothing that doesn’t take itself, or life, too seriously. In 2002 the Collective began as a seat-of-the-pants basement operation in the art mecca of Vancouver, Canada and has since grown to include soulful designers and artists in Seattle, Washington and beyond. From the vagabond-inspired Vive Le Pocket to the soulful screen-printed goodness of the One-less Car tee, the Collective melds the raw grittiness of city hip with a soulful smoothness straight out of beach-side living.