Looking to the art of medieval warfare as its inspiration, JB Classics has released their all new SDM-Lo Mace. The upper includes basket-woven leather with full-grain leather throughout. Highlights include a mace logo, herringbone heel and black and red lace locks. Other extras include extra laces, certificate of ownership and a JB Cinch box bag.
Two of Southeast Asia’s most prominent street artists, Phu and Royalefam are retelling the story of a fictitious airborne battle through two customized sneakers. The “Death from Above” storyline involves two rival airborne squadrons, the Death Seeker Air Force 1s and the Phantom Mirage Air Max 90s. Each style comes in a squardron of 8 fighters (pairs). Available March 30th at 10:00 pm New York time, exclusively at Royalefam.
San Francisco’s Fatlace has held down an impressive list of projects and accolades since its foundation back in the late 90s. Their 2008 spring/summer collection includes a variety of logo based designs and other tees such as a collabo with Japanese photographer Yone. Not to be overlooked, a small range of apparel for infants and girls are also available. The collection will be available at select retailers starting this week.
The Non-Insulated Collection by Canada Goose was designed by Adrian Aitcheson (of Too Black Guys) to offer fans of the world class Canada Goose down jackets a worthy alternative for the warmer months of the year. The entire line is guaranteed waterproof, windproof and is highly breathable, featuring high-tech fabrics and smart technologies by Schoeller Switzerland. For spring 2008, Canada Goose presents several styles including the Tofino Bomber, North Bay Expedition, and Pearson Field Jacket. All items are made in Canada and will be available soon at select Canada Goose dealers worldwide.
In an exhibition curated by Emma Reeves and Aaron Rose, Nike has translated the 22nd anniversary of the culturally iconic Dunk into a series of photographic memories. These shots are meant to be a representation of what the Nike Dunk has stood for over the last 22 years through the eyes of some of the world’s most prominent photographers. Their imagery will attempt to capture the essence of what the Dunk represents and why it has become such a mainstay in so many facets of culture.