For footwear company Keep, their appeal reaches far beyond their minimalist sneakers as they look to create a unique product that encompasses a sense of integrity behind each release. A look at their 2008 Spring collection includes looks at some of Keep’s classics in their updated colorways. Each pair of footwear is made under stringent conditions and ensure the shoes are not made in sub-par conditions. Available now through Keep’s online store.
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The Court Force takes a trip down hybrid lane as it meshes its rugged built for basketball upper with an equally rough and tumble Free Trail 5.0 sole. Three different colorways range from white/green to black/blue and white/red. Available soon at Flauge.
As part of the festivities for Haze’s Mountain Dew Green Label Art Project, famed New York jeweler Gabriel Urist teamed up with the legendary graffiti artist to create this Superstar pendant. The pendant incorporates Haze’s iconic use of arrows into the mix with a contrasting base layer color. Haze also outlines some other special collaborative efforts and displays for the event over at his blog.
A new update of Neighborhood products has arrived at Cliffedge. The releases are marked by a collaboration with Porter on a series of bags, accessories including ties, hats and the lone Apron button-up shirt. Both the Oyster Tool Bag and Dawn Patrol hats are available in multiple colors.
In what should prove to be an interesting juxtaposition of different themes, Japanese brand Number (N)ine has teamed up with Visvim on an upcoming project. Number (N)ine has wowed runway goers with its eclectic style bordering on the avant garde while Visvim has occupied the opposite spectrum with its mostly conservative styling. We suspect that Visvim’s expertise in creating technical apparel is among the starting points for this collaboration.
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British streetwear brand Addict has looked to a quintessential piece of pop culture in their latest Icon Series featuring some of the most memorable badguys seen within the popular franchise. Former Boba Fett actor, Jeremy Bulloch was on hand to sign autographs. Most notably, out of the mask nobody really knows who he is, however three memebers of the UK Garrison were decked out in Boba Fett, Sandtrooper and Biker Scout garb respectively. The tees are available now at Addict London with a further shipment set to hit the United States in the near future.
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