Leilow out of Honolulu are set to drop a brand new collaboration hoodie designed in conjunction with street label Stüssy. The grey body is highlighted by a white hood and black ribbing. Embroidery can be seen through out the sleeves and on the back with a Stüssy x Leilow patch on the front. Look for the hoodie to release Friday, September 14th at Leilow Hawaii.
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Inspired by the iconic black/cement Jordan IIIs, the Estate LA J3 fitted cap features a black faux-croc bill sans stitching, with a red perforated suede underbill. The back four panels of the cap are made up of a wool cement print material, while contrasting red stitching and a black satin lining complete the package. This fitted cap was produced in a limited run of 20 pieces. Currently no release information is available, but stay tuned to estatela.com as they will be relaunching soon.
The Reebok Reverse Jam which was originally seen in the 1992 comedy “White Men Can’t Jump” is making a come back this year. Previously we showcased the black and white versions on our website and now here’s a look at some new colorways including a yellow hi-top and a pink low version. Look for these to drop soon.
The London duo of Kai and Sunny have an impressive resume in the field of art direction and illustration which includes projects with brands such as Jordan, Nike ID, EA Sports, Playstation 3 and Levi’s. Their creative talents spills over onto their label Call of the Wild. Here’s a look at some of their 2007 Fall Collection of hoodies and t-shirts. Their items are only available in some of Europe’s most elite retail spaces such as Harrods, Liberty’s, Wood Wood and Colette. Available now at Sold Out.
Based out of Hong Kong, ST/ART burst onto the scene as a collective of artists with a goal in mind. Through various shows and exhibitions, ST/ART aimed to legitimize street art by correcting the negative connotations associated with it; As well they also brought into question the established commercial “art” scene. This collaboration with Reebok utilized the CL Leather model. The use of “HKAMMO” on the uppers consists of red, white and gray and is a tribute to Hong Kong. In addition, the cracked paint symbolizes the walls of Hong Kong. 50 pairs have been allocated to Japan. Available now at Atmos.
We first previewed the new Air Rhyolite & Okawahn from the Nike’s latest project, the Tech Pack two week ago. The preview consisted of a black/purple Okwahn and brown Air Rhyolite. Seen are the opposite colorways for each model. A black/purple Air Rhyolite as well as a brown/black Okwahn have started to arrive at stores with Tier 0 accounts. Available September 15th at Foot Patrol.