If you’ve tuned into MTV as of late, a series of Faunas toys have been seen and showcased heavily. The characters originated from the wacky and unpredictable mind of Australian artist Nathan Jurevicius. Each character has its own extensive story to compliment the detailed designs and bold colors. The toys are currently available for pre-order through MTV Canada.
Perhaps best know for his secretive concrete Nike Dunk project, artist JUSE entrusted some old Dutch grandmas to knit a limited run of 10 scarves each made entirely of shoelaces. A creative secondary application of shoelaces on par with those famed shoelace belts. The scarves are currently available at I Have Pop.
Here’s a look at a series of samples from Vans’ Mexican Blanket pack. The shoes feature materials similar to Mexican blankets often seen in various tourist destinations. These blankets are often woven with bright colorful patterns. These releases are a bit more understated with a predominately black weave with the odd bits of colorful lines. No word yet on availability.
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The recent renovations of the APC Daikanyama Homme by Japanese design firm Wonderwall has yielded more then just a new store aesthetic. The Doubled Centimeter bracelet is a collaboration between the two brands and utilizes natural nubuck leather. The outer portion (visible) is embossed with a ruler design while the inside is embossed with APC/Wonderwall. Available now through APC with a price tag of $55 USD.
With next year seeing a shift away from retro Jordans, the retro fix will be available only through Countdown Packs and Air Jordan x Air Force 1 Fusion releases. Among the Fusion releases are these black-fire red release which perhaps best embodies the Air Jordan V it represents. The black nubuck upper includes an ice blue sole and red midsole with 23 embroidered on the heel.
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