Progressive eyewear label Sabre has just released a set of five crazy skulls with moveable jaws. The Sabre psychedelic skulls are the first of a bi-yearly program and come packaged in a customized Sabre box. The skulls hit the streets next week and come in five electric colors, Hot Pink, Snot Green, Coffin Black, Radical Blue and Ghost White.
Levi’s and Nike’s Jordan Brand are respectively two of the most successful and most recognizable American brands of all time. When it comes to jeans and sneakers these two names are the American classics. Previously mentioned, we now have a detailed look at the Levi’s x Air Jordan 23/501 Package. The boxset includes a pair of Air Jordan 1s, a pair of 501 premium selvage jeans, and a t-shirt, all of which are co-branded with signature Red Tabs, Jumpman logos, and elephant print. Limited to only 2,323 worldwide, the package will be available March 1st at select Levi’s Stores, Niketown locations, and top-tier accounts. The suggested retail price is $395 USD.
Estate LA have just completed the newest run of hats for fellow California based label Leroy Jenkins. Known in the past for their loud, floral prints, this season sees a more subdued version of the Leroy Jenkins aesthetic, with tonal embroidery on a solid leather outer. The hats also feature premium satin lining and a suede underbill. There is no set drop date, however these hats will be released as part of Leroy Jenkins summer collection.
Cory Kennedy met photographer Mark Hunter (a/k/a The Cobrasnake) at a Blood Brothers concert at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles, California in the summer of 2005. Fast forward 2 years and some months later, internet celebrity Cory has been featured on the cover of Jalouse (with artwork by KAWS), and is now releasing her first t-shirt in collaboration with Mark and Australian brand Ksubi. The shirts feature an image of Paris Hilton with Cory Kennedy and are limited to 250 pieces worldwide. Available now direct from The Cobra Snake for $109 USD.
Product (RED) is a program where if you buy a (RED) product, a percentage of the sale will go towards curing HIV/AIDS in Africa. The latest (RED) product is from Converse which teamed up with trend setter Hiroshi Fujiwara on a Chuck Taylor Low in a simple red colorway. One of HF’s many popular logos is tagged on the back of the shoe. According to Converse, this shoe will be released on March 1st.