Here’s a good look at the many sneakers that will be releasing for the Nike Air Force 1 25th Anniversary City Series. As we already reported, the cities involved in the series are New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore. All these cities have been vital to the popularity of the Nike Air Force 1 in conjunction with the game of basketball, that is why these cities were picked by Nike.
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Maharishi just held their Exhibition Party in Harajuku. Along with their collection of shirts, denim, and other apparel, Maharishi also exhibited a lot of their lifestyle works such as couches, pillows, and other furniture. There were also paintings, skate decks, collaborative items, toys, and more on display. The event was a good turnout as people were able to see the many creative works Maharishi has been involved with. The event truly showed just how influential Maharishi is as a creative collective.
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The Zoom Kobe II is the new basketball sneaker specially designed for Kobe Bryant. Come to The Point in Hollywood, CA on April 6th at 9:00 PM to purchase the Zoom Kobe II and be one of 24 lucky fans that will have the shoe autographed by Kobe Bryant the very next day! All winners will come back to The Point on April 7th to play in a 24 hour charity basketball game where they’ll meet Kobe and other members of the Lakers organization. There will be live celebrities, music, food, and drinks for the celebration with the first shoe to be sold at exactly 9:00 PM.
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Nowhere, the store where A Bathing APE pretty much originated, will be celebrating its 14th Year Anniversary this coming April 1st. To commemorate the event, there will be exclusive color BAPE camo items for sale at the store. We’re not really sure which type of items will be sold, but you can be assured they will be super exclusive and highly sought after by die hard Bape fans.
Comme des Garcon +4812 Cracow just opened up a guerrilla store this past Saturday, March 24 in a former Peterseim factory on ul. Zolkiewskiego 17. The store attracted about 100 people during its opening, where they were able to experience the store with its collection of furniture from the socialistic era. There were also leftover pieces from the factory itself. The store will be occupying the the space for about a year and should be an adventure to find for those into discovering new and strange retail spaces. Check out more images of the store after the jump.