Here’s a sneak peek at Flying Coffin’s upcoming logos tees. Pictured above are the Bolts logo, as we’ve previously seen on the Flying Coffin New Era, and the Stack logo, which Flying Coffin has used on their tags. You can expect these to be available in a variety of colorways come early July.
Here’s another look at some summer tees from Huf. The graphics consist of a pair of lips smoking and a Russian text featuring the phrase “Death to Fuzz.” Definitely quite different from Huf’s usual offerings. Huf has also re-made 20 of their classic Tenderloin Varsity jackets. Available now at Huf Sutter.
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Here is the latest look at some upcoming tees from New York skate brand, Supreme. There are six new t-shirts being released. One of them is the Miles Davis shirt which we previously seen a preview of. Another tee that will be released is a collaboration project with Skull Skates, a skate brand that was started in Regina, Canada back in 1978. The graphic used on that tee is a mash of artistic photographs by Skull Skates. Other items include the Showbiz tee, the Puppet tee, the Rat Target tee, and the DENY Everything tee. Available at Supreme locations soon.
Here’s a bit of a late summer/early fall teaser from LOLA. The design pictured above features a large newspaper print of Princess Diana & Prince Charles kissing on their wedding day from the U.K.’s The Sun. The shirt was inspired by a trip the LOLA crew took to London earlier this year where the city’s fog, culture, and people influenced their design aesthetic towards a more stripped down look. The London Inspired, “Live Forever” shirt is now available exclusive at the LOLA webstore.
Chicago based boutique, Saint Alfred, recently collaborated with Reebok for a limited edition sneaker. The Saint Alfred x Reebok Ventilator comes in a purple/gold colorway which reflects onto the style of the tees. There will be two t-shirts to chose from and they will be available at Saint Alfred coming this weekend.
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Summer has just arrived but Grandism has already received their batch of iDiom’s Fall/Winter 2007 jackets and accessories. For the holiday season iDiom, a sub-brand created by Burton and Hiroshi Fujiwara, will release a series of high quality jackets and accessories inspired by the color red and plaid patterns. We can see that this year’s collection will be more colorful and vivid than last year’s collection which was based on greyscale colors.