For Devilock, their apparel is just the tip of the iceberg with Devilock’s movement taking on other projects such as music promotion and their very own TV show, Devilock TV. The 2008 Spring/Summer collection from Devilock has recently hit retailers in Japan. The releases include t-shirts and hoodies with that distinct Devilock design theme, taking into account it’s rock concept. Available now at eproze.
US military design has always had a knack for creating ergonomic and technical bags, serving troops around the world in their exploits. Briefing has taken some of this essence in creating a line of bags with nano universe which incorporate military spec designs, perfect for people demanding the most out of their bag. Three styles are available each in either black or olive green. The styles all share a similar messenger bag aesthetic with varying sizes. Available now through nano universe.
Skulls and guns are imagery that are often used by the Japanese brand Roen in their collections. Roen is also known for working with companies that you’ll never guess they’ll work with such as Disney. Now, they have collaborated with another company that you’ll never associate Roen with and that Spalding, the one of the biggest manufacturers of balls. Together, the two companies have produced a simple fleece zip up parker which feature “Spalding” embroidered on the left chest area. This collabo might be too simple for our taste but if that’s your steez, then you can get it at Cliffedge.
Here are some new items for February ‘08 from Soulja Boy’s favorite brand, Bape. This month, they have released a t-shirt to celebrate Valentines day that comes in black and white. There is also the February Milo tee. Some interesting accessories include a Spongebob Squarepants x A Bathing Ape sticker set and a Bapesta keychain that most sneakerheads might want to pick up. We really don’t know why Nike won’t make keychains from their shoes as most sneakerheads will want them. Anyway, these new Bape items will be available at Cliffedge.
One of the sneakers that sneakerheads in Japan collected (when sneaker collecting was still popular) was the Reebok Insta Pump Fury. Looking like its going to transform into a robot, this sneaker when it was first released had some cutting edge technology but looked good at the same time. Now, Reebok will be releasing a new collection based on the Insta Pump Fury. Three Insta Pump Furies will be released all pimped out with purple, red or blue snakeskin. You can pick these up startin February 6th at Atmos Tokyo.
Since the 1980’s, a lot of popular graphics in Japan’s street scene have been produced by the design collective 7STARS Design. Recently they have collaborated with skate brand Uniful for a project that took a year in planning. Together, they have created the “Unistars” series which include skate decks featuring “Wolfgang Honecker” photo prints and a mesh cap. In addition, Uniful has released their new 2008 Spring/Summer line where you can purchase at Zozo.