On the heels of the recent grand opening of a Billionaire Boys Club location in Hong Kong comes a further look into the masterfully designed 3 story shop. The architecture was left to the guidance of Japanese design firm Wonderwall whose long list of clients include the likes of A Bathing Ape, Uniqlo, and Colette. The first two floors are devoted to an ice cream parlor theme while the 3rd floor encompasses outer space. Once again, a visually stunning piece of design from the team at Wonderwall.
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Matt George has offered up a glimpse into the upcoming direction of the Ransom brand. Aside from stocking a wealth of popular labels, the Ransom shop is set to drop some in-house designed t-shirts, jackets, caps and crew necks. Seen here are the Finger Print Crew, a sneak shot of the M65 and Raglan Varsity as well as some of their latest t-shirts and Ransom Fitted Shop exclusive caps. With the exception of the Ransom caps, the other pieces will be available in Toronto (currently under renovations), Montreal, Vancouver and Calgary locations.
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Halloween is still over a month away but here’s a gear up to Nike’s customary tribute to the world of ghouls and goblins. This Court Force Pack features the conventional Halloween colors black, orange and yellow. Some interesting aspects that brings flash to the shoes include the use of pebble print and snakeskin panels. Although not seen, the lining includes references to bats and skulls. Look for a drop in the near feature.
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Here’s a look at the latest Air Max Light from Nike. Nike has utilized an interesting silk screened green print to make up the toebox. Brown suede and yellow highlights bring the package together and keeps that certain “naturalistic” vibe. With a strong following behind the Air Max Light, be on the look out for these in the future.
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Neighborhood has recently updated their website with a preview of some pieces from their new “Voice of a Generation” collection. This season, Neighborhood has done a collaboration piece with motorcycle sculptor Jeff Decker. Based in Springville, Utah Jeff Decker uses his master skills in the lost wax process to craft beautiful motorcycle pieces that captures his love for vintage racing. In addition, Neighborhood has incorporated authentic Harris Tweed into many of their new products creating a synergy between the classic material and motorcycle inspired clothing. You can check out the new collection at the Neighborhood website or after the jump.