Medicom Toy has just unveiled their upcoming collaborative toys set to release in the near feature. The toys include a design by British prankster pop-artist Ron English (100% and 400%), Japanese plush-toy makers play set products (100% and 400%) and Japanese retailer Plaza (100%).
A new shipment of Sixpack t-shirts have dropped at Sold Out. Sixpack is a revolving roster of guest artists continually churning out designs for the French label. The latest t-shirts are designed by So Me the Creative Director of Ed Banger Records. Priced at 45 Euros (approximately $61 USD), you can get them at Sold Out.
American photographer Jack Pierson is the latest artist to join up with Japanese label Sophnet. to develop a series of t-shirts. The underlying theme is a series of stylized fonts and imagery to portray a certain desired meaning. The shirts are available now at the Hnyee.Store priced at 8,400 Yen (approximately $73 USD).
Japanese brand Bedwin got together with traditional American workwear label Dickies to create a special collaborative pair of 3/4 length khakis. The Tripster khakis available in black, charcoal and navy have a shortened inseam that end above the ankles. The backside bears both Dickies and Bedwin tags. Available at Figure for 15,000 Yen (approximately $129 USD).
Japanese brand FAT has offered a further glimpse into their upcoming Fall/Winter 2007 Collection. Under the pretense of “On Point”, this preview offers a look at some of FAT’s more technically engineered pieces. The pieces include the fleece Yeti jacket, the nylon 3 in 1 XTEC, the plaid Mcvest, the Trainer zip-up and the Saigon backpack.
Here’s an upcoming look at a new Air Max 90 from Nike. The black leather upper features a subtle synthetic reflective croc pattern along the mudguard. A nice characteristic that contributes very well to the overall aesthetic of the sneaker. No word yet on a release date.
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