Here’s an upcoming look at a tee from Futura 2000’s Portable Picnic Player’s Line. The Portable Picnic Player’s line is an ultra exclusive line developed by Futura for his Bangkok-based Modified store. The Modified store is actually partnership with Thai hip-hop artist, Sivagorn Muttamara aka Nat. Each piece will only be produced in quantities of 100 pieces.
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Designer, Jun Watanabe and footwear brand Madfoot! have collaborated together on this special Mad Base model. The sneaker features Watanabe’s signature all-over print Mad Hands design on canvas alongside a suede bumper and a leather heel. Currently available at Zozotown.
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It seems like just yesterday when Weekly Dropthrew down their first episode. Now 34 episodes deep into a very successful podcast campaign, their latest episode is just a casual sit down between the 3 hosts of Weekly Drop, Jeff Carvalho, Frank the Butcher and Rob Heppler.
Listen to it at Weekly Drop.
Just this past week, Steven Vogel debuted his recent literature titled “Streetwear” at Three Threads in London. The debut book launch party was the setting for live music, free beer, and good people as people finally got their hands on what is perhaps the most comprehensive book on streetwear ever. The book covers many of the biggest brands in streetwear and was without a doubt an extremely laborious process. Pick it up soon at your local bookstore.
Much of the Air Force 1’s development as one of the worlds most popular shoes can be derived from it’s popularity in New York City. Of course it’s only fitting for the 25th Anniversary of the Air Force 1 to create a series of AF1’s themed after some of New York’s greatest monuments and foundations. Here’s a look at the soon to be released roster of the Air Force 1 City Series: New York City. Other cities within the USA slated for commemoration by Nike include Baltimore and Philadelphia.
Here’s a look at another Hiroshi Fujiwara designed Air Force 1. Much like the recent HF designed AF1’s, these do not feature the Fragment logo on the outstep of the heel. These feature a perforated heel as well as a glossy patent green heel tab. Look for these to drop Saturday, May 12th.
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