For many years, Fiberops has been a brand with a strong allegiance behind it. Under the creativity of the culturally diverse duo of Alyasha Owerka-Moore and the former Tabo Kagaya, Fiberops apparel has always gone about things differently. Their new site offers a retroactive feature that outlines some of the pieces from Fiberops’ past history. Alyasha also gives a detailed look into his relationship with Tabo as well as the inspirations that make their way into Fiberops’ designs.
The latest from Nike’s growing list of hybrids include this Air Huarache x Classic BW sneaker. The sneaker utilizes the signature minimalist upper and heel support from the Air Huarache. The midsole and sole are derived from another classic, the Classic BW. The predominately white/gray upper is highlighted by a bright pink heel counter. No word yet on a release date.
Vancouver’s Subdivision has just received a new shipment of goods from Japanese brand Devilock. Lots of bold graphics depicting skulls and the like alongside some accessories such as incense and sweat bands.
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Fall 2007 Collection from Los Angeles based Crooks & Castles have started to hit stores. Always priding themselves on glorifying the villains, the pieces include a Cord Bomber ($159.99 USD), Octo Panel Track Jacket ($114.99 USD) and Kingham Short Sleeve Button-Up ($74.99 USD). Available now at Boundless NY.
Last winter, (COMMUNE) made a strong debut on the scene with a solid collection of high quality cut-and-sewn outerwear, and followed up this Spring with another well thought out series of graphic tees, button ups, and jackets.
Today we are proud to present to you a preview of (COMMUNE)’s upcoming Winter 2007 collection. The lineup includes a number of impressive automotive inspired outerwear pieces, dominated by a black and white color scheme. The lookbook was shot by The Social Trust and design and layout was handled by the talented folks over at 530 Media Lab. You can expect a complete lookbook when the collection delivers.