LOLA is releasing their Summer 2007 Line tonight via their website. Right now the new clothing is exclusively available at LOLA’s flagship store, Blue & Cream in Southampton, NY and through their online store. The line features t-shirts as well as custom dyed hoodies, V-necks, windbreakers and Regatta crews and is based upon LOLA’s maritime and coastal influences, from the ocean, to the open outdoors coupled with their downtown New York City aesthetic. Be on the look out for new hats, polos, bathing suits and a baby’s line to follow suit shortly.
Alife has dropped some new products at their store with includes the Oversize Antique “A” New Era ($50 USD), the Rise of the Silver Surfer New Era ($75 USD) as well as the Public sneakers ($100 USD) which will come in the colorways yellow/blue and red/blue.
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Thanks to High Snobiety, we get a look at this Midnight Navy/White Blazer coming out from Nike SB this Fall 2007. Other than the checkered pattern on the back, this Blazer is quite simple in color and style. Are we seeing a back to basic trend? Available sometime in July 2007.
The 10 Deep Murko Vinyl which debuted at the NYCC will be available soon. Produced by Thunderdog Studios, the toy will be available in two colors in July. This 10 Deep Murko Vinyl will be limited to only 350 pieces.
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Artist David David aka. David Saunders who graduated from Chelsea College of Art and Design was invited to do three polos for Fred Perry’s Blank Canvas collection. Previous artist that participated in the Fred Perry Blank Canvas Collection includes Siv Stoldal, Judy Blame and Alastair McKimm. David David’s artwork is inspired by multicolor shapes which translates into a colorful experience when seen on the polos. Available now at Dover Street Market.