FOLLOWING THE CULINARY ART OF CHEF LINDSEY OZAWA

Thursday, September 9th, 2010 by

Chef Lindsey Ozawa is like any other artist – his creativity can be stifled under the constraints of a corporation. So when the culinary artist recently parted ways with his former employer, Fitted was happy to see that Lindsey’s cuisine creativity could flow freely into a fresh concept. Just look at how the chef played a big influence in the creation of the V-Lounge pizza. When Lindsey is not confined to a particular genre of food he can let his culinary artistry loose. The following story was written before Ozawa stopped working for the fancy-pancy, expensive restaurant that will remain nameless throughout the text. In fact, we had to go through the story and block out each time the aforementioned eatery was mentioned. So here is the story of a chef that is way too gangster to ever be called a foodie.

From Waikīkī To Kona Street
Following the culinary art of chef Lindsey Ozawa
By Daniel Ikaika Ito


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CHEF THE IMPOSSIBLE x ALOHA SNAPBACK x RAFFLE CONTEST

Wednesday, March 3rd, 2010 by

Releasing Saturday, March 6th.

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“…in Hell’s Kitchen, I chef the impossible.” – Prodigy – Quiet Storm

Aloha kakou,

Just a quick update about Saturday’s release, titled Chef The Impossible, which features a zip-up hoody featuring a brand new graphic on the backside, white and black checkers on both sleeves and the crest in purple, teal and white. Alongside this release is a new Aloha snapback covered entirely in satin, with a pink Aloha stitched on the front, pink crest on the back and all black snap.

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Also, starting today, we will be holding a raffle / giveaway, which will extend through til March 20th. All info is available on the flier below.

MARCH RAFFLE BACKPACK