$200 later, feast your eyes on the Puma Re-Bike project. Spreading their love of bikes, Puma has launched the Re-Bike project in partnership with the Bicycle Film Festival and as a result some of the industries leading magazines were called in to create a $200 bicycle. The bicycles were instructed to be designs that best represents their magazine’s personality. Another catch was that bikes could only be made of recycled bike parts. The bicycles can be seen at all Bicycle Film Festival venues. Following the conclusion of the BFF, the bikes will each be auctioned off. A wealth of details can be seen at the Puma Re-Bike project.
Deep into their 7th collection, the Australian duo of Sally McDonald & Micah Hamdorf have made a formidable impression with their high end casual label of Rittenhouse. Rittenhouse could be best described as “quiet detailing” with a combination of intricate graphics, quality fabrics and Australian fabrication. Together these important characteristics have created much success for Rittenhouse. Their design themes for each collections are created on a basis of foiling different concepts and ideas to achieve a playful and fun product. Available now in select Rittenhouse accounts. A list of their stockists can be seen on their website.
A recent preview of Stüssy’s upcoming Fall releases reveals a large number of collaborations in the works. Seen here is the latest installment to the Stüssy x Hectic x Undefeated New Balance MT580 (December release date), Stüssy x Levi’s denim and jackets (October release date) and a Stüssy x Gloverall Duffle Coat (November release date). Stay tuned more updates regarding these items.
The apparel division of Japanese accessories maker Head Porter has just released their newest Nel button-up flannel. The shirt is available in three different colors such purple, khaki and blue. The side seam also features a small and subtle Head Porter Plus logo. They are available now at Re In Force priced at 15,750 JPY (approximately $136 USD).
As the Fall season begins to approach in full force, the sneaker store/label Atmos has released another jacket as a follow up to their recent Crazy Arrow Jacket. Much like the Crazy Arrow, the Square Dot in itself features some technical features to accompany its visual aesthetic. Water resistant shell, double zippers and a mesh lining are highlighted by the use of a square dot pattern. Blue, grey and black colors are available now at Atmos. Retails at 24,990 JPY (approximately $216 USD).
The latest collection from the Australian label of Perks & Mini has recently hit Sold Out. Their creativity has made them internationally known with projects that expand beyond garments to include literature and art. A look at their latest collection features the Victory L/S shirt, Weather Report tee, Logotype sweatshirt and Brown Polo shirt. Available now at Sold Out.