With all the rage that is fixed gear cycling, Head Porter Plus can help you get the job done through functionality as well as liking fly as you rip through the streets on your bike. Honeyee Store has just done a massive update that includes many cycling related products with a distinct casual wear to them. No more tucking your pant leg into your sock with the 8/10 denim since the cuff will never come close to getting caught in your sprocket, however don’t forget they’re a capri-like pant. Also available are cycling jackets, beanies and other non-cycling related apparel such as knitted reversible beanies, basic tee’s, and shorts. Essentially, what ever summer gear you are looking for, there’s a good chance Head Porter Plus has you covered.
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Jun Takahashi’s Undercover label recently put together a sports coat and slacks ensemble with Japanese artist Madsaki. Some interesting features of these ensemble include special moisture wicking fabric to keep you cool and dry, an iPod holder that allows you to thread the headphones through the jacket up by the collar, and a special wind blocking function in the sleeves.
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The Honeyee Store has just done an extensive update of Sophnet. products. Most of the updates include accessories such as socks, tote bag’s, leather wallets, miscellaneous little bags such as chalk and coin bags, as well as sunglasses and throw pillows. The lone apparel update includes F.C.R.B x King of Diggin’ Long Sleeve Embroidered Button-Ups. As the name indicates, the shirt contains an embroidered all-over print pattern.
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Flying Coffin has just released another preview to their upcoming Spring Collection. This “Times Up” tee depicts a reaper-esque figure wielding a gigantic sword. Some could say that time is surely up for some things in streetwear. This print is also available the back of a zip-up hoody as well.
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Here is an interesting marketing idea from the New York based BPMW/Brand Pimps and Media Whores company. They loaded up the Zunes from Microsoft with content from their clients’ Fall/Winter ‘07 lines with narration by Weekly Drop. There are also playlists from each designer that makes the virtual audio fashion show complete.
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