Here’s an upcoming look at Madfoot’s upcoming Summer 2007 Collection, some which are slated to release next month. Included in the release are Mad Professor Low’s (orange/grey/yellow), Mad Witness Low (Heineken), Mad Professor High’s (white/blue/red) as well as an all new Red-Wing-esque boot. Other upcoming releases include a Kingston model as well as a Mad Base Mid model as well.
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The Hundreds is starting to drop their summer line. Their line is as extensive as ever with your staple of t-shirts alongside things such as chino pants, patterned shorts, coach jackets, denim, The Hundreds has got you covered. The line is currently available online at Digital Gravel, however your local retailer if they haven’t already received shipment should do so in the next little while.
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Married to the MOB’s Summer ‘07 collection now available directly from their online shop, and will be hitting stores very soon. Once again they come correct for the ladies with a great collection of tees and tanks perfect for summer. This time the new line is presented beautifully with a Coney Island, NYC photoshoot by Lynnette Astaire, who also has her own collaboration tee included in the collection.
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This upcoming weekend will see the release of these Air Jordan I representing the “South Side”. The Regional pack will feature four sneakers that are derived from the four directional regions in the US. Alongside these South Side’s will be North, West and East Side’s as well. The mesh toebox sneakers alongside the simple patent leather and grey swoosh coupled with a clear sole definitely make it one of the nicer Jordan I colorways of the year.
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One of the upcoming Vans Vault Series releases will see a pair of slip-on’s and a SK8 High featuring the art work of Robert Williams. Robert Williams began as a part of the innovative and groundbreaking Zap Collective alongside underground cartoonist revolutionaries like Robert Crumb. His art featured a mix of Californian hot rod culture, film noir as well as apocalypticism to produce a series of never before seen psychedelic imagery.
He currently is the editor of Juxtapoz Art & Culture Magazine, and was responsible for the banned cover art for the Gun’s N’ Roses album bearing the same name due to it’s graphic depiction of robot on human rape.
New Era recently dropped a whole line of apparel at their flagship store in New York. Much of the t-shirt’s have a theme derived and referenced straight from their iconic place as the source for fitted caps.
There is also word of a new flagship store set to open in London as well as another New Era line on the way designed by Jeff Staple. Stay tuned for more details regarding that.
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