An all new Nike SB Dunk Mid has been revealed. The brown and green colorway also includes purple laces and logo. People have already starting affixing their own little nicknames to this but no word on the actual inspiration behind these. Stay tuned for more details regarding their release.
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Berlin’s Solebox teamed up with UK jacket marker extraordinaries Trainerspotter to produce a custom varsity jacket. The wool body is marked by leather sleeves, a satin lining and the imagery of both Solebox and Trainerspotter respectively. Look for these to release in January.
San Francisco’s HomeRoom has begun sale of their 2007 Holiday Collection. The cut&sew line seen here today features the M-1000, made of wet nylon and fused with canvas. The jacket gets you through the windiest days in a nice light package. The Runners Breaker is manufactured with wrinkle free micro ripstop material and highlighted with wet nylon. And finally the Geo tastic is a custom fleece crew neck body with stitched in side pockets. These items are currently available through the HomeRoom Store.
Bape Hong Kong will drop an extensive collection of products this Saturday. The releases include a Bapex, Bape’s own Rolex rip, a pink towel, fur lined parka and pillow. Hoodies and a metallic foil t-shirt round out these releases. Nothing too crazy to speak of visually. Available December 15th.
With their Supra Sky High on the way this Saturday, December 15th, details have been revealed from Brooklyn Projects regarding an upcoming 3-pack collaboration with Circa. Each pair includes a solid colored toe-box with a patterned side. The model itself was designed entirely by Brooklyn Projects and will enter their roster of shoes in Spring of ‘09. Look for them to release this Spring.
For Kevin Lyons, he could viewed in elite company as among the world’s finest t-shirt designers. Since receiving his masters degree from CalArts, he has gone on to work for Nike, Girl Skateboards and maintained close ties with powerhouse brands such as Jordan Brand, Stussy, UBIQ, and SSUR from his work as a free lance artist. This book represents a catalog of Kevin Lyons’ works from 1989 until 2006. Within the pages you will see advertisement campaigns alongside a staggering 500+ t-shirt designs. For the man who thought he could create the graphic equivalent to hip-hop through his work, this book represents his exploits to the fullest. Available at Frontline Shop, Amazon and Arkitip.
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