We previously posted some items from the Japanese label Undercover’s “Summer Madness” Collection here. Now here are more items from that collection which includes All Star-esque sneakers, zip up parkas, hooded tailor jackets and of course t-shirts. The tees goes for $700 HKD each and will be available at the Undercover store in Hong Kong.
What’s even more interesting about this post is the chrome Apple Macbook seen in the picture with the shoes. It’s most likely a custom job but anyways, I want my Macbook chromed out now.
You may have heard of the footwear label Cause from their projects with Stussy or recently, CLS. This rising footwear brand from Japan has just teamed up with Seattle based label, Maiden Noir, for an upcoming collabo sneaker. Maiden Noir as you know is known for their darker themed clothes so this sneaker has naturally been designed in the same manner. Only a selected few Maiden Noir retailers will be getting these in at the end of the month. They will be retailing for $175.
French blog Guillotine has picked up another interesting find at the Bread and Butter tradeshow in Barcelona. It looks like WESC has commissioned the artist from New York Stash to do a series of collaboration items which include denim, t-shirts and hoodies. No word on when the items will be released but definitely something to look out for.
“Scared money doesn’t make money” is a quote from an recent interview with James Bond, the co-owner of Undefeated. The store which is one of the L.A.’s best known sneaker spots has been featured in shows like The Entourage. The video features an insight to James Bond’s perspective on the whole sneaker scene as well as the Undefeated phenomena. Watch the full video now at QD3.
The Puma California which was first released in 1982 was one of the cornerstones of the sportswear brand. Now reviving the California sneaker back from the dead, Puma will be releasing three styles which draw inspiration from rich Californian lifestyle. One of the three styles seen here is the “Cali Woody” which is themed after the classic 40’s station wagon known as the “Woody Wagon”. The shoe features the state of California on the tongue tag, there will be palm trees on the heel and a translucent surf board print on the sole. These will be limited in only 200 pairs and will be available only at the Puma retail shop in Santa Monica starting February 1st.
PUMA Store (Santa Monica)
1350 Third St. Promenade
Santa Monica, California 90401