Vancouver based Arc’teryx can easily be considered among the leading purveyors of outdoor lifestyle gear. Together, local Vancouver fashion institution Richard Kidd and Gourmet will release a capsule of products together with the heralded outerwear brand. Check back for more releases.
The Japanese label Devilock has been making noise lately especially with their collaboration with CLOT on the Devilclot project. Here is a t-shirt Devilock will be releasing to commemorate the New Year. The t-shirt comes in two colors – black and white. The black version will have two variations, either a gold foil or a silver foil logo print. The t-shirts will retail for 6,090 Yen and will be available in Devilock retailers on January 3rd.
Image: Devilock Blog via O’logy
Many say that since Bape stepped foot on American soil, it has lost its popularity amongst folks in Japan. But from the looks of these pictures, that might not be exactly true. The new Bape store opened today in Harajuku, Japan and over 1000 people lined up before 9AM to pick up goods including the offical Harajuku Bape tee as well as other items like the leather Shark Hoodie.
Spy vs. Spy is a wordless black and white comic strip created by Cuban Antonio Prohias. The comic has been published in Mad magazine since 1961 and is inspired by the Cold War of that era. Bodega and Puma has taken this and created a sneaker based of the Sky II but renamed it to the Spy II. Detail wise you won’t find much better than this shoe as it includes things like the Morse code, bullet holes and dynamtic swing tags. If you want to check out an interview with Bodega, head over to Sneaker Freaker.
Spongebob Squarepants has been getting a lot of attention these past few months in the world of street culture since collaborating with Bape. The popular artist KAWS has just posted a picture on his personal blog on Honeyee of the character Spongebob Squarepants drawn in KAWS’ signature style. Will this be a t-shirt, an upcoming toy or just a tribute to Spongebob? I guess we’ll just have to wait and see.