Hi-top sneakers are coming back in full force this year. Since the beginning of last year, people have started to catch onto hi-top sneakers due to the skinny jeans trend. Since previously you were not able to tuck in your jeans into your sneakers, skinny jeans have provided a way to do so. Even artist like Kanye West have been an advocate of hi-top sneakers wearing them to events such as the Grammys. Here are the new Nike Womens Blazer Mid Plus. Even though these are for the girls, the floral patterns make them look pretty nice. They come in two colorways, grey and gold. Something nice for your female friend or for yourself (if you’re a girl reading this). Available now at Overkill Berlin.
Yohji Yamamoto is an internationally known Japanese fashion designer where his spirit and philosophies are often express through he clothes he makes. Other than his own line, he has teamed up with Adidas to create the Y-3 line which fuses sportswear with fashion. Here are some new sneakers from Y-3 which includes the Honja Hi and the Field sneaker. The Honja Hi looks like a sneaker from the future with its hi-top style and clean lines. The Field sneaker is inspired by the athletic sneakers from Adidas but re-interpreted by Yohji Yamamoto. Both sneakers feature bold colored prints which makes for eye catching sneakers. Available now at Poste.
Part of Mastermind Japan’s 2008 Spring/Summer “Heartful” collection comes these stainless steel bracelet and rings. Both styles resemble a metal watch band making these accessories pretty neat. Two colorways are available; silver/gold or silver/silver.
Silas, the English brand, has teamed up with Seiko’s WIRED h on a AGHH711 watch for Silas’ 10th anniversary celebration. We have previously seen another version of this watch and now here is the Zozotown (a huge Japanese online store) version of it. This version features a brown leather band instead of the black seen previously. Also on the corner of the watch face are 10 black rhinestones signifying the 10th anniversary. These watches are limited to only 100 pieces and will be released in April. Available soon at Fieil.
Popular cult football club FC St. Pauli has long been associated with the punk movement in German football. Nike has enlisted two different clubs, each with their own colorful and rich history to commemorate the European Cup set to take place this year. A sneak peek includes a preliminary look into a Dunk Low and High which features embossed leather, ostrich leather and the use of St. Pauli’s crest and popular skull logo. Stay tuned for more details.
Source: High Snobiety