Here’s a look at the Spring/Summer 2007 collection from high end sneaker company Common Projects. The new line up consists of both lows and high tops and in their classics Achilles silhouette, alongside new mid and slip-on sneakers in several muted colorways – as well as metallic silver and gold. Each shoes features high quality materials and a gold serial number/size indicator printed on the heel panel. Proof that sneakers can still be exciting and simple at the same time. The latest styles from Common Projects are available now at stores such as Nomad, Nom de Guerre, and Colette.
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Hirofumi Kiyonaga has revealed a potential sneaker that Sophnet. will be working on with Nike. From the picture we can’t really tell what shoe model it is but they will feature a metalic silver and gold upper. More information to come as it is released.
Some of these shirts, you probably have seen before, but some you haven’t. These are the Staple 10th Anniversary tees which are collaborative items. In the collection you will find tees such as the ‘Secured Seducer’ tee by Stina Persson, the “Collette to Elect” tee, the ‘Shoe Hoes’ tee by Know1edge, the “Cents/Scent” by Alife, the ‘Backward Drawback’ by Eric Haze, the ‘Sutiman Tsunami’ by Young Kim, the ‘Oriental Relation’ by Phunk Studios and many more. As you can see the tees all contain images of anagram words, which makes for a very neat concept.
Here’s a good look at a new pair of sunglasses made for the Head Porter Plus line. The sunglasses come in a classic style featuring a black and white colorway. There’s also the ‘H’ Head Porter Plus logo on both the left and right sides of the glasses giving it a more high end look. The glasses also comes with a leather case which also bares the Head Porter Plus logo.
The Thrasher logo is probably one of the most recognizable logos in the skating community. So beams linked up with Thrasher to release a new T-Shirt which flips the Thrasher log upside down. The graphic is in flames, which makes it more badass you might say, but regardless, it’s a great shirt for any Beams or Thrasher fans out there. Available now at Zozo.