Loveless, the super trendy boutique in Japan that carries items like Mastermind, has collaborated with McDonald’s for limited edition t-shirts. Three styles have been created using iconic McDonald’s characters, logos and phrases like “I’m Lovin It”, Ronald McDonald and Hamburglar. McDonald’s has never been so cool. Available now at Loveless.
No need to introduce New Era, who have exploded recently with a barrage of more casual releases suited for off the field wear. Here’s a look at their slated releases for this upcoming month, Adhesive, Battle Cross, Bloated, Gold Nights, Ramsey, Runnin Jetstream, and Trippin. Available at select New Era dealers this month.
Subtext was the location for the recent opening of the KICKS art show thrown in conjunction with DC Shoes. The exhibition involved 19 artists each creating their own interpretation on the DC Gatsby sneaker. The shoes were part of a larger effort to raise funds for the Southern California Wild Fire Relief Fund. The list of influential artists included Ronald Kurniawan, Aaron Martin (Angry Woebots), Ekundayo, Miles Donovan, Julie West, KMNDZ, Sita Lawton, Aaron Thomas, DIRE, Josh Kenyon, Colby, Nichols, Jasper Wong, Marco Zamora, James Jirat Patradoon, Josh Taylor, Sandra Equihua, Cole Gerst (Option-G), & David Foldvari.
The shoes are available for sale can be seen over at Subtext. The shoes will continue to be on sale until February 17th
Four generations and over a century of quality craftsmanship define English Goodyear Welted footwear brand Alfred Sargent. Recognizing this quality in production and classic styling, Japanese denim makers Evisu designed their own Brogue Oxford. These will be available exclusively at Selfridges and Evisu’s flagship store on Saville Row in London.
Nike is set to release a “Be True City Collection” to commemorate the Nike Dunk. Seven cities will see a paltry 86 pairs of their city specific colorway released. Nike seem to have actually chosen some quality rich leathers. Aside from the black upper and gum sole, the colorways are only distinguishable by their tags and laces. No word yet on availability.
Source: Antenna Magazine
Hong Kong brand SiLLY THING is in the midst of a revamping, with news that the brand will undertake a new direction for their upcoming releases. Among the first hints at a direction change, as simple as it may be is the installation of a new sign for the brand and the font chosen. Stay tuned for big things out of SiLLY THING upcoming.