Japanese footwear brand, Ubiq, has released the new Ubiq eL Crocodile which is exclusive to the store Chapter World. This elegant sneaker which comes in four colors (black, red, brown and white) features quality leather with a stitched on quilted pattern on the upper. Faux crocodile leather is applied onto the back of the shoe giving it a classy finish. The Ubiq eL Crocodile is now availble at Chapter World and retails for 15,000 Yen (approx. $127 USD).
The Undercover store in Hong Kong recently received their new shipment of goods which includes this Undercover Utility Pouch. This stylish and versatile pouch can be used to carry items such as your iPod. The pouch also has a round plastic polka dot surface which is apparent in many items from Undercover’s newest collection.
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B Jirushi YOSHIDA is a brand created by two well respected companies, Japanese bag makers YOSHIDA KABAN and modern fashion concept retailer BEAMS. Starting August 3rd, B Jirushi YOSHIDA will have having an exhibition in Hong Kong at Kapok. For this show, Porter (own by YOSHIDA KABAN) has made a special limited edition B Jirushi Yoshida x Kapok Travel Case. The case is made of suede and comes in two colors; brown and black.
The B Jirushi Yoshida exhibition will run until September 2nd so if you’re in Hong Kong during this time, be sure to check it out.
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The 96 Hours collection is Puma’s luxury footwear line made for those who are always on-the-go but have to look good at the same time. Here is a look at the Puma BS Clyde Luxe which is part of the 96 Hours Fall/Winter 2007 collection. This sneaker features a lavish upper that is made of pony hair and premium quality leather. Of course, such a luscious product doesn’t come cheaply. These will set you back 29,400 Yen (approx. $250 USD).
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Bounty Hunter has just released their new ‘Charlie Don’t Surf’ reversible tee where one side of the tee reveals a graphic inspired by the song ‘Charlie Don’t Surf’ while the other side has a regular Bounty Hunter logo. The song ‘Charlie Don’t Surf’ is written by an English punk rock band called ‘The Clash’ who was part of the original UK punk rock scene in the late 1970’s. The shirt is now available at Bounty Hunter stores and dealers such as Revolution for 11,340 Yen.