We hope that everyone had a safe and eventful Holiday season as we look forward to the start of 2009. Here’s our top picks for the weekend ending on December 28th.
Undercover Custom Jacket
An innovative concept combining traditional leathers with knitwear effectively creates a unique series of jackets.
Over the summer and fall, Futura’s blog was the source of constant updates featuring his visits to ballparks around America. It’s great to see his passion for both photography and America’s pastime come together in print format with LTD Magazine.
Solebox keep us guessing once again with an off-base Rimowa joint. Sick to see a clear lid integrated into one of the world’s most respected luggage companies.
What more needs to be said with two colossal heavyweights coming together. Although the Serra Ascents are the only product that really strikes me as equal distribution in each brand’s creative input, rest assured this should be a top-quality execution.
End of the year means La MJC’s yearly outlook and insights in the world of cool and most well-received products and art. Like previous years, this year’s editions will surely make for an dope coffee table piece.
As a designer and artist of Eric Elms’ expertise and talent, the launch of a new website does more then just provide a platform of self-promotion as we are met with many of Elms’ most prolific works to date.
One of Nike’s debutant technologies for 2008, Lunar Foam and the subsequent Lunar Racer receive a nice update beyond the original colorway releases which provide a more subtle collection of colorways reminiscent of the History of Air series a few years back.
A nice interpretation from Vinti Andrews with the use of deconstructed Air Maxs and NIKEiDs. We’ve seen some different uses for sneaker-inspired scupltures, but Pit Bulls are a new approach.
Seeing a return of the tearaway concept, CLOT find an organic way of combining the concept with their own beliefs as well as including their trademark use of silk.
With a constant stream of well-designed fitteds as part of their Frank Distro League, the “Time is Money” is another well done release from the New York based magazine and barber shop. No hustler will disagree with the cap’s meaning.