More often then not, the thought of luxury time pieces evokes thoughts of the quintessential classics Rolex. Over the years the Daytona model from Rolex has been the most sought after model in the collection. This has spurred many a imitation and re-inspirations based on this popular design. Japanese brand FAT has offered their spin on things which resulted in their very own FATYONA. Available at select FAT dealers.
High-end Japanese streetwear has often been associated with the likes of mastermind Japan which celebrated its 10th Anniversary this year. Here’s a look at some of their recent releases, the Marlboro inspired t-shirt, hat, ring and neck warmer. Much of mastermind Japan’s designs incorporates their trademark skulls and bones logo. Available now at Cliffedge.
A collection of Nexus VII t-shirts have landed at online retailer Sold Out!. The shirts are themed around Al Pacino and his infamous role in the gangster classic Scarface. In recent memory, the high-quality standards of Nexus VII has led them to produce clothing for other labels such as Original Fake. Available now at Sold Out!.
Bounty Hunter’s latest releases have yielded a score of glasses and sunglasses for the season. Two different styles were created, the BxH#007 and the BxH#008. The BxH#007 is available both in sunglasses and glasses form. The BxH#008 sunglasses are a modification of the traditional aviator shape with thicker frames. Look for these to drop at select Bounty Hunter stores.
Madfoot! out of Japan have done an enviable job with their recent releases of footwear. Although many of their models and designs are likened to popular offerings from different brands, their reinterpreted creations have garnered a lot of attention. Here’s a look at their newest Mad Base models available in both low-top and hi-top versions. Within these releases are crackle print packs and tiger/desert camo packs as well. Available now through the Madfoot! Store.
A series of different companies teamed up to create the Made in Manchester campaign to promote the city of Manchester to the Swedish public. Among the contests and promotions within the site are a sneaker design competition with New Balance and Swedish sneaker retailer sneakersnstuff. The interface allows for the customization of the 576 model with a wealth of different color options enabling a true creative experience. The winning submission will win a trip to visit the legendary Flimby factory in Manchester to see their design come to fruition. Unfortunately, this contest is open only to Swedish residents but anyone can still play around with designing your own 576 model.