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Vans by KIROIC 2014 Spring/Summer Collection

StyleComments ⋅ Apr 11, 2014
Combining Rorschach Tests and traditional Chinese ink-painting, Chinese footwear label KIROIC presents a first look at three special-edition Vans Era styles. Based in Shanghai, KIROIC first collaborated with Vans last year on a special collection bef...

Vans by KIROIC 2013 Spring/Summer Collection

StyleComments ⋅ Mar 28, 2013
Known for crafting high-fashion sneakers, KIROIC often toys with a variety of materials to achieve minimal yet confident profiles. The latest dispatch from the Shanghai-based cobbler sees a collaborative venture with Vans, as the classic Authentic re...

KIROIC for I.T iPhone 4/4S Case

StyleComments ⋅ Dec 6, 2011
Shanghai-based label KIROIC has released some stylish and fresh looking cases for the iPhone 4 and 4S models. The cases were designed for Hong Kong mega retailer I.T in conjunction with their “Happy Christmas” exhibition set to release th...

JUUN.J x KIROIC 2010 Fall/Winter Collection

UncategorizedComments ⋅ Apr 26, 2010
Fledgling Chinese footwear label KIROIC and Korean designer JUUN.J collaborate on a collection of foortwear for JUUN.J’s 2010 fall/winter collection. Sharing a consistency with JUUN.J’s apparel for next season, the footwear features c...

KIROIC 2009 Fall/Winter Footwear Collection

UncategorizedComments ⋅ Oct 13, 2009
Chinese sneaker brand KIROIC continue on with its range of innovative high-fashion sneakers this season with a distinct high-top theme. Each model incorporates a slim profile which ends up in a high-top design with detailing including quilted tou...

KIROIC 2008 Fall/Winter Collection

UncategorizedComments ⋅ Oct 21, 2008
Taking some sort of relative architectural aesthetic for each one of their 2008 fall/winter models, Shanghai based footwear label KIROIC construct a visually appealing lineup while still incorporating technical features amongst high quality mater...

KIROIC 2008 Fall/Winter Collection

UncategorizedComments ⋅ Sep 7, 2008
In a market that could still be considered in its infantile stages of creative growth, the burgeoning Chinese market (we anticipate) will develop into their own aesthetics given the proper amount of time. With an unparalleled buying power among t...