Foosh stepped onto the scene earlier this year with the debut of their in-store collection of t-shirts. Stressing the fun side of things and incorporating elements of their DJ background into various themes, their line released right around the Paris Hilton jail sentence with a Paris parody tee. Seen here is a look at their latest Foosh New Era fitted caps they designed. Aside from the use of conventional wool, they also utilized raw black denim and multi-colored flannel materials to create some clean designs. Available now through their online store.
As Japanese store Dice&Dice celebrates its 20th Anniversary, famed street artist Futura 2000 was at the event to wow party goers with his signature steez as he put some special touches on variety of items including some blank Clarks Wallabees.
Medicom’s lifestyle division Medicom Life Fabrick recently collaborated with Japanese female brand X-girl to release a series of products which include a tote bag, mini-duffle and a small toiletry bag among other items. This collaboration was designed by British artist Marcus James, whose previous resume includes the likes of Yves Saint Laurent, Chloe and Camilla Staerk.
Puma has recently released a series of Suede Mids in some simple and casual colorways. Keeping things to a basic level of necessity, these monotone uppers feature buttery suede side panels together with snake skin on the toe box, form stripe and heel. The MU designation refers to a Material Update. Both black and brown colorways are available now at Mita, priced at ¥18,900 (approximately $161 USD).
Some of Bounty Hunter’s latest items have hit retailers. Much of the pieces contained within this drop features some low-key and understated items. Two Alphonso flannels, two shirts and a key cover are the items recently released. Available now through Cliffedge.