In a team up creating the “Destiny” collection, Futura and Stussy both represent powerful and iconic identities with credentials and accolades of shocking length. The collection is simple in its construction and stylings, maintaining mostly neutral styles and colors. The range of items seen here include bags, jackets and accessories such as caps and a utility knife. Available now at Haven.
As Nike and adidas continually battle it out at the top of the footballing world, both boast a strong contingency of world footballing powers. In this latest collection of Windrunners, Nike pays tribute to some of their strongest endorsees including Brazil and the Netherlands. Rounding out the collection of Windrunners is a generic, retro-inspired motif in blue. Available now at End Clothing.
Dunk Wars was a site conceived by Nike as it looked to pit highly sought after sneakers against one another. Battle 3 sees two graffiti inspired Dunks do battle including Futura’s Hyperstrike F2T.50 vs. Haze’s Dunk. To make things more personable, two people stand in each corner, Ryan Santos reppin’ the F2T.50 and Toddy Flores with Haze. The battle including videos and voting process can be seen over at Dunk Wars.
Medicom Toy’s Bearbrick series have updated to showcase upcoming collections of Bearbricks set to release within the next few months. The collaborations include the movie Todd Sweeney, Coconist, UNDFTD (Tokyo 1 Year Anniversary), World Wildlife Federation, Pepsi Nex, Montage and TMT among others. There are quite a few 50% keychains releasing this time around as well. Information including release dates can be seen here.
Resonate has released a new collection of products on the heels of their most recent collaboration with Visvim. The items include 3/4 denim with technical features such as a Cool Max yoke for breathability as well as other items like the WFL beanie and eyewear. Available now at Figure.
With a launch taking place last month, Geoff McFetridge’s latest stop for his new wallpaper inspired project Pottok has landed at Colette. Pottok was created as a link between artist and fans alike as it provides an affordable alternative. The wallpapers are all manufactured under environmentally friendly conditions, made with recycled paper and water based inks. The collection can be currently seen at Colette.