Uniform Experiment is a new Japanese label by global trend setter Hiroshi Fujiwara and the creative director of SOPH., Hirofumi Kiyonaga. Together they have created a more mature line of clothing which involves suits and ties that are targeted towards the Japanese streetwear crowd that have grown up. Honeyee has conducted an interview on the duo about their thoughts and inspiration behind Uniform Experiment. Fortunately, the interview is done in English so most of us can read it so check out Honeyee for the interview.
In addition, if you want a preview of Uniform Experiment, you can pick up the lately copy of the Honeyee magazine.
Legendary skateboard graphic artist Jim Phillips has teamed up with the crew at Made by Monsters to produce another collaborative effort. The trucker cap includes an exaggerated shape with an embroidered Jim Phillips Eyeball logo. This Signature Series cap is limited to 50 pieces worldwide.
Arkitip has teamed up with New York’s Chinatown Soccer Club to offer some of the recreational club’s gear up for sale. Comprised of characters from different backgrounds, the club has become a haven for those looking for fun game of kick around with a diverse set of people. The club gear includes mugs, jerseys, t-shirts and a book of photographs by Peter Sutherland. Available through Arkitip. Also follow the clubs exploits through their blog.
Last year’s Supreme x Neighborhood presented a small but strong collection. More then a year later, the two are set to release a new limited edition collection. Within the collection are a black M65, stadium jacket (three colorways available), selvedge denim, full-zip hoodie, New Era 59Fifty and two t-shirts. The collection also includes a Vans “Troops of Tomorrow” Collection of SK8-HIs and Chukkas. The t-shirts bear original photography by filmmaker Larry Clark. New York and Los Angeles Supreme stores will release their products on December 28th.
When the Nike Free system first released, it was slated to be a great training device for athletes with benefits seen from increased strength in your feet and legs. The lack of support in the Free midsole forced the development of muscles often neglected due to overly supportive footwear which had become the norm. Now available in lifestyle form, the Free sole can be seen in a three way mash-up with the Dunk High and Air Trainer. Together the latter two
form the upper. This particularly Tan/Purple colorway has a bit of an ACG feel to it. Available at select Nike accounts in the coming weeks.