A few years ago, music producer Pharrell Williams and Bape creator Nigo were the mastermind’s behind a collection of sunglasses for Louis Vuitton. A new series of collaboration jewelry under the moniker of Blason will release in subsequent Paris runway shows, designed under the guidance of Pharrell and LV’s creative consultant for jewelry, Camille Miceli. The avant garde styles incorporate themes of music and above all else expensive materials such as diamonds and gold. The price tags are not for the faint of heart, ranging from $2,070 to $621,000 USD. The full collection will debut January 21st.
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Supra has been one of the standout footwear brands of the past year, with the successful Skytop model and the recently launched NS lineup. Factory 413 is the brainchild of Chad Muska and Angel Cabada and will serve as the LA flagship store for Kr3w and Supra. The shop will also carry some of the best vintage gear in LA from rock Ts to Cazals and hard to find vintage Chanel jewelry – the store has it. The Upstairs will serve as the showroom for Kr3w and Supra. Head by the latest Fairfax destination starting January 5th, and say what’s up to Muska.
413 S. Fairfax
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Hours: noon – 7:00 pm (closed Monday)
A selection of New Era 59Fifty fitted caps have released as part of Upper Playground’s 2008 January Winter Collection releases. The three caps all feature designs by familiar Upper Playground associates, the Date Farmers, Jeremy Fish and Nunca. Check your local Upper Playground dealer for availability as well as online through Upper Playground.
Leaders 1354, a sneaker boutique located in Chicago, has been making some popular New Era caps last year. This year, they will be once again working with New Era to release a Nike “Agassi” Air Tech Challenge inspired 59fifty fitted cap. The hat will feature a colorway similar to the shoes. Unfortunately here’s only a sneak peek of what’s to come. You will have to wait until April to get this fitted.
4351 South Cottage Grove Ave.
The Levi’s Fenom line is one of those brands that you’ve probably heard of if you’re a HYPEBEAST reader. If you haven’t, the Fenom line is a Japanese exclusive line curated by no other than global trend setter Hiroshi Fujiwara. 90% of the denim by Fenom features the famous Fragment Design logo printed on the back pocket. However, this not-yet-released pair of denim samples won’t have that logo. EDC shows us on his blog that this pair of denim will have dark green stitches as well as pink selvedge lining. We’re not sure when they will be releasing but if they are, it will be only at Japan’s Tab Device.