Created by football fanatic Hirofumi Kiyonaga, F.C.R.B or F.C Real Bristol is a brand that combines Hirofumi Kiyonaga’s love of football with fashion. Like sister brand Sophnet., F.C.R.B has released their 2007 A/W collection lookbook on their website. These technical pieces produced in conjunction with Nike, are made so they can be worn both on and off the field. There is a wide range of styles to chose from including jackets, jerseys, shorts and bags so check out the new collection at F.C.R.B.
Sophnet. is a Japanese fashion label which integrates sports wear into modern and stylish designs. They have just released their online lookbook for their 2007 Autumn/Winter collection. Like previous collections, the new line is wondrously well done. Each item is carefully planned out and crafted creating a seamless flow in the collection. In addition to the ‘regular’ goods, Sophnet. has created special items with the likes of Carhartt, Nike, Visvim and Trickers. You can see the new collection at Sophnet. or view some pieces after the jump.
Baracuta has had a long history in making jackets. Since their beginning in 1950’s, they have folks like Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, and Thierry Henry wear their jackets. Last year, this England based company collaborated with Stussy on an original Harrington style G9 jacket. Once again, the two labels will be working together producing some new styles. Here is a look at one of the G9 jackets that will be coming soon.
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The extremely rare Colette 1000% Bearbrick, marking Colette’s 10th Anniversary, has recently been made available at Sold Out and Colette. The almost 30 inch (75 cm) tall 1000% Bearbrick features signatures of some of world’s most promient street artists such as AndrÃƒÂ©, Devilrobots, Brian Damage (aka Perks), Pete Fowler, Futura, James Jarvis, KAWS, Michael Lau, Stash, Will Sweeney and Kuntzel + Deygas (the parents of Cap & Pep). Only 100 pieces are available exclusively between Colette and Sold Out. They are priced at 350 Euros (approximately $484 USD).
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The adidas x NBA relationship resulted in this newest series of NBA team colorway sneakers. While the previous collection was based on the iconic Superstar model, this year’s model uses another familiar classic, the Campus. Each division is allocated it’s own theme. The themes include the Atlantic Camo Series, Central Industrial Series, South East Oddity Series, South West Denim Series, North West Outdoor Series and finally the Pacific White Series. No word on the release dates of these sneakers.
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