As the warm weather approaches, Stussy delivers a new collection for the ladies. Inspired by its 90s theme, we took a different route and shot a lookbook with a Nikon 50MM Film camera to balance its aesthetic. Featuring the “Tour” satin bomber in creme, “Terry” dress, and the “Cap” sleeve tee, see the photos bellow for more looks at the Stussy Spring ’16 Collection.
Canadian label Reigning Champ has enlisted the help of Japanese athletic brand ASICS for a new collaborative drop. The new partnership marks Reigning Champ’s second-ever sneaker release, arriving in the form of three GEL-Lyte III makeups. The footwear component is accompanied by a range of 15 tops and bottoms, all made in Canada with premium suede and mid-weight french terry. The details and colorways included in the forthcoming release are a thoughtful reflection of Reigning Champ’s core collection of apparel, which is based in navy blue, heather grey and black executions.
Nike continues its rapid releases of Air Force 1 Retro’s with this High top. Featuring Nike “chocolate” colorway the sneakers upper, while a white leather fills the Nike swoosh. On the heel of the shoe you will notice the OG nike imprint to finish the sneaker nicely. Be on the look out for the Nike Air Force 1 High Retro QS “Chocolate” to drop Saturday in-store.
Aligning two geographic cities into one lens, we’ve teamed up with Los Angeles based label CLSC to bring you the “Off-the-Grid” collection. Drawing inspiration from the unpredictable climate in Atlanta, it was only right to make a functional piece suitable for the everyday commuter. Featuring the 100% water proof “Coordinates” wind-breaker, “Classic” tee and “Logo” Snapback hats, the collection sees a minimalistic view of branding and comfort. Be on the look out for the collection to drop on Christmas day online.
Multidisciplinary fashion/art collective Le Grand HEIRS has made a name for themselves by juxtaposing contemporary and classic ideas together to form a unique post modern approach on streetwear. By toying with the idea that certain things “don’t belong together”, HEIRS has successfully merging genre’s, industries and mediums that have yet to meet. With their fourth commission, “WHITE NOISE” – HEIRS synthesizes musical genre’s that are typically world’s apart – to create a new tier that blends multiple aesthetics into one distinct point of view.
Inspired by the vintage court shoe form and infused with iconic Vans styling cues, the TH Court Lo LX and Sk8-Hi LX returns with new colorways for Fall 2015. Acclaimed Vans designer Taka Hayashi works up another compelling mockup for this season with Vans Vault. Looking to the Sk8-Hi silhouette as a base, the Engineer LX as it’s dubbed, features a lush leather upper with criss-cross straps harnessed together by a metal ring – a nod at the design aesthetics seen on Americana boots. Hued in Marshmallow/Dark Gum, Hayashi’s deconstructed low-top is updated with a split tongue and trisected quarter panels, creating unique color blocking arrangements across each style. Finishing touches include tonal laces, embossed herringbone toe bumpers, diamond patterned sidewalls and Taka Hayashi branding embellishments.
Vans’ premium label, Vault by Vans, and artist Taka Hayashi ready a three-piece line-up of deluxe product featuring Pendleton Wool materials for release this November. Renowned for his immaculate craftsmanship and high-end approach to sneaker design, Taka Hayashi continues to push the boundaries of the Vans footwear form in every project he produces. The forthcoming Vault by Vans x Taka Hayashi collaboration is unlike any other that has come before it; this time around Hayashi created his own custom Pendleton Wool blanket and applied the patterned fabric to the TH Slip-On LX and TH Sk8 Huarache LX.
Purchase the Vault by Vans x Taka Hayashi Pendleton Wool Capsule now here
Jordan Brand continues to push out popular colorways that helped to make the brand who they are today, putting the infamous “Bred” colorway on the Air Jordan 1.5. Taking the upper from the Air Jordan 1 and attaching it to the sole from the Air Jordan 1, this release is something the casual or die hard sneakerhead can appreciate. Details on the sneaker consist of a foam tongue, Air Jordan wings on the side panel, and Nike Air branding on the tongue. The “Bred” colorway is made up of a red and black upper, and finished with a clean white sole. Look for these to drop this Saturday, November 21st.
“Luxury meets the Atlanta streets”
Directed by Andrew Litten.
Special Thanks to: Dakota Plumley, Andrew Edge, Hayden Bullard, Ruben Alvarado, and Markeidric Walker.
Amsterdam based label Daily Paper returns with visuals of its latest men’s offering. The look book portrays the brand’s tradition of presenting elevated menswear staples while adding its own unique aesthetic. For the artworks used on patches and prints Daily Paper looked in to the history of Burkina Faso for inspiration. The Fall/Winter collection maintains the brand’s hallmark patterns and Identity remains an important factor at Daily Paper that always finds a way to incorporate the founder’s Dutch and African heritage in its collections. For the artworks used on patches and prints Daily Paper looked in to the history of Burkina Faso for inspiration. Most of the prints and artworks are inspired from military emblems worn and used in Burkina Faso under the rule of one of Africa’s most revolutionary leaders Thomas Sankara. Thomas Sankara was viewed by supporters as a charismatic and iconic figure of revolution and is commonly referred to as “Africa’s Che Guevara”. For this collection a variety of different fabrics has been utilized such as lambs wool, woven cotton and nylon to provide a mix of formal and casual looks. Vintage military inspired jackets are matched with piquet polo’s, while a selection of cotton twill bottoms complete the looks of this season.