I guess that’s how streetwear started... Around some rap music. Maybe this is a new subculture forming of young rebellious kids not only wearing it, but also producing it.
— Chet DeHart
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I never really knew back when I started making this film that the finished product would look anything like it does. I just had this gut feeling that the twins were really onto something. I became intrigued by them, and then suddenly absorbed by the streetwear world, and only then was I able to capture their world in the form of a documentary.
— Tyler Mitchell
 
 
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I used to think that buying shoes and clothes was important but really… having fun with shoes and clothes is what’s important to me.
— Betts DeHart

A Day in the Life of the Sole Brothers

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Full Film Credits

Directed by Tyler Mitchell

Produced by Joseph Salwen and Tyler Mitchell

Director of Photography: Tyler Mitchell

Editor: Tyler Mitchell

Original Music by Cameron Capers

Special Thanks: The DeHart Family, The Good Company, Physics Harris, Julius Bolmain, Chauncey, Lauren "LK" Sleat, Hannah Salwen, and Pete Chatmon

PRESS

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This cinematic piece is certainly worth the watch, for those who are amused by the oddities of the Internet and this new cycle of independent street brands.
— Ashley Outrageous
Throughout their ascent, rising director Tyler Mitchell captured everything. From their transition from being sneaker heads in Atlanta to having one of the premier brands in streetwear.

This piece by Mitchell is moving and well thought out. It’s something you don’t want to miss.
— Modern Life Magazine

Film Festivals

Official Selection:

The Lovett School High School Film Fest (Atlanta, GA)
CineYouth Film Festival (Chicago, IL)
Harvard College Film Festival (Cambridge, MA)

Trinity Film Festival (Hartford, CT)