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Mostly created from a palette of black and white and gray, WHT Space offers a more understated take on Shaun’s rock-and-roll aesthetic and borrows elements from his own closet (one shirt, for instance, drew inspiration from a beloved Bob Dylan tee).
“It’s cool to be making clothes that are in line with what I’m currently wearing and really represent who I am now,” says Shaun, who also spent five days straight in a downtown L. warehouse handpainting details onto more than 150 of the collection’s limited-edition leather motorcycle jackets.
And in 2014 Shaun became the majority shareholder in the snowboarding/music festival Air Style, an event that began in 1994 as the world’s first Big Air snowboarding contest and has since evolved into a three-stop global sports and music festival with dates in Austria, Beijing, and L. With the most recent event featuring a 16-story jump constructed at L. for the first time was the perfect chance to breathe new life into the sport,” notes Shaun, who’s involved in every element of the festival, from poster design to parking logistics to selecting the lineup of artists and athletes.
A.’s Exposition Park, the newly revamped Air Style aims to support up-and-coming snowboarders by providing them with more accessible competitions and better prize money. He hopes that Air Style will draw new fans to snowboarding as well.
Though typically at least a decade junior to his competitors — and often handed a celebratory bottle of sparkling apple cider in place of champagne — Shaun soon emerged as the world’s most decorated rider.
In 2003, at 17, he also turned pro in skateboarding and began riding for Tony Hawk’s Birdhouse Skateboards.
Cole, Air Style resonates with a lifelong love of music for Shaun, who began playing guitar at 17 and whose former band, Bad Things, performed at Lollapalooza in 2013 and joined 30 Seconds to Mars on tour in 2014.
Jude Children’s Research Hospital, the Boys & Girls Club, and Target House to raise and donate money for those in need.By age seven — the same year he was discovered by Tony Hawk at a local skate park — Shaun had won a series of snowboarding competitions and landed a sponsorship with snowboard manufacturer Burton.With his graceful style and preternatural skill, Shaun turned pro at 13 and, at 16, became the youngest snowboarder ever to win the US Open.Featured on the cover of Forbes magazine’s “30 Under 30” issue in January 2016 — five years after nabbing the No.2 spot on Bloomberg Businessweek’s list of the 100 most powerful and marketable athletes — Shaun recently moved into the next phase of his fashion career by launching a men’s line with Macy’s.