AFFA (Anarchy Forever Forever Anarchy), a brand by Hiroshi Fujiwara and Jun Takahashi from Undercover, just released some new shirts at the the Honeyee Online Store. The pieces included in the release are long sleeve button downs in an all white shirt color and checkered patterns in brown, black, and a more subtle blue/white. AFFA cleverly designed a print of their logo or skull on the front chest pocket of the shirts. Another impressive release by AFFA.
If you remember not too long ago, the crew at CLOT released one of the best books chronicling some of freshest Nike sneakers ever released. The Soleciety book as it was called showcased a lot of our favorite kicks including those designed in collaboration with the likes Futura, UNDFTD, CLOT, Stash, and a whole lot more. So to dig a little deeper about the book project, Cliquenmove spoke with Mike from CLOT to give more insight on how they came up with this “Book Of Rare and Exquisite Nike Sneakers.” Check out Channel 5 of Cliquenmove.
This is something a lot of you have been waiting for. Finally, the retro release of the Nike Air Tech Challenge are available at Purchaze. There’s been a lot of buzz about the return of the tennis shoes worn by Andre Agassi. So just in time for the warmer weather, Nike dropped these for you to either strut around with or even play tennis in. The kicks come in colorways of White/Black/Sonic Yellow and White/Black/Varsity Purple.
Scum recently revealed to HYPEBEAST a new hoodie they are releasing. The piece is a full-zip enclosure with the Scum logo in gold foil print on the hood, which closes to form a skull. The skull design is of a silver foil print. Also, check out the amazing art for the background of these hoodie shots. Pretty amazing stuff.
Here are shots of a new pair of sneakers rumored to be part of Nike’s upcoming AF1 City Series project. No really further information on the shoes, but check out the glow in the dark croc-skins on these. The sole of the shoe also gives it a bit of a nice on the low flare.
With the crazy relationship streetwear and the internet has developed, there seems to be very few secrets kept. We often see sneakers in their infantile development stages months before they actually drop. Having said that, Kicks/Hi recently received a dope shipment of some sneakers that have luckily alluded most blogs. Enter these all new Dunk High’s on the left, an Air Max 95×360 in the center, and an Untold Truth (part of the Negro League Pack) Latin Legacy: Almendares Dunk High. Among the shoes seen after the jump include an Rasta Sole Air Max 1, Polka Squares Stab, Mita-esque multi-material Dunk Low, as well as a pair of Mad Jibe’s (Boat shoe hybrid of sorts).