In4mants shop just received two new shipments of Stussy tees. One of the tees stays true to Stussy’s skate style, while the other gives off a more psychedelic look. Either way, both tees contain skulls and skeletal figures, which everybody can’t get enough of.
A lot can be expected from WESC this coming summer season. Just look at this preview of their collection, it consists of lots of exciting new stuff such as hoodies, cardigans, windbreakers, shorts, tees, button downs, polos, and more. Plus the color tones they used for most of the items are very appropriate for the summer season.
Image: Fat Lace
Nike decided to make an all patent leather version of their new Air Force 25 models. What’s great about these versions is that they come in a variety of colors. I’m not one to suggest playing ball with patent leather kicks on, but these you can make an exception with. Plus you’ll probably have heads turning even after you step off the court.
Image: Fat Lace
Although Rasheed Wallace did not play in the All-Star Game, Nike still came up with this All-Star Edition Sheed AF1’s. The shoes bare a bigger Rasheed logo and sports stars on its ankle strap. It also has the NBA All-Star Las Vegas sign on the back ankle side, and comes in the signature red, white, blue colorway. These are Nike Hyperstrike editions and should be very hard to come by.
Puma and Mita Sneakers joined forces to produce a very special Puma Clyde model. This new collaborative release gives the Puma Clydes a special print design of 1000 dollar Clyde Frazier bills. And to cap off this collaborative effort, the Mita Sneakers logo is placed on the tongue just right about the puma logo. For all you Puma Clyde fans, these will release on April 21st and will be limited to 558 pairs.
Info: PumaClyde Blog
As a personal favorite amongst other labels out right now, it’s glad to know that Wing + Horns will be coming out with their very own website. This Canadian based label of fine menswear will now be having their own web space too, which should give its fans a better inside look on the company’s upcoming collections and projects. There’s not much on the site now, but keep tuning back in to see future developments. Visit the site at Wings & Horns.
Info: High Snobiety