Though not quite as flashy as his Louis Vuitton Blason Jewelry collection, these new Billionaire Boys Club / Ice Cream items are not to be ignored. The classic BBC logotype and astronaut are overlayed atop two colorways of frosty contrast-cuff hoodies, while a more subtle cable-knit collegiate inspired v-neck sweater rounds out the latest drop. Available now at The Ice Cream Store in Japan.
Nike SB will soon be releasing a new Dunk inspired by the retro video game “Skate or Die”. “Skate or Die” was released in 1987 by Electronic Arts for the consoles ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64, Atari ST, MS-DOS, Apple IIgs and Amstrad CPC. It was a popular game where you could compete in events such as down hill races and freestyle ramp events. The Nike “Skate or Die” Dunk features the colors and patterns from the “Skate or Die” game cover. Look for these SB’s to come out in February at your local skate shops or at Essense.
Hobo is a term that usually refers to homeless folks. However, the Japanese label Hobo is far from that. Hobo has just released pictures of their 2008 Spring/Summer collection which features a multitude of items including shirts, bags, shoes and accessories. One of the items that stands out is the Sierra shoes by the footwear maker Diemme. Unfortunately you can only get the brand from Japan so for those who might not be able to get their hands on any Hobo items, at least you can check out their lookbook here.
Few weeks ago, Fashion Week Daily announced that Pharrell Willams was working with Camille Miceli from Louis Vuitton on a new jewelry collection called the Blason collection. This new collection is “a variation on four themes, in which the rhythm and energy of the new continent harmonize with the spirit of historic Europe.” Prices range from 420 to 1200 Euro and will be available at Louis Vuitton stores starting this Spring.
Here now is the commercial which accompanies the Blason collection starring no other than Pharrell Williams himself. You can see the commercial on Youtube.
Source: Provider Magazine
Some new items have been released from the Japanese label Goodenough including these Foot Buddy socks. The Goodenough logo as well as a Goodenough tag are both on the socks. Two colorways are available and you can get them at Shaft for 3,780 Yen.