Revolver has recently added some new apparel from within their extensive 2008 spring/summer collection. Styles can be seen in both casual products such as hoodies and track jackets but also encompassing some more refined pieces including trenches and button ups. The whole range of international-order friendly items can be seen over at Revolver.
As referenced by Complex, Premium Goods has helped Fila save a bit of face with this latest collabo despite drawing some questionable reviews with their Fila Helmsman joint sponsored by Hurricane Chris. Although the Gucci-inspired colorways have been done a few times over, the Tennis Classic offers a slick streamline design fresh out of the late 80s. Tentatively available within the next month.
Originating out of San Franciscio, recent expansion from skate shop and brand FTC has seen them move across the Pacific to set up shop in Japan. With that move comes a new series of Tokyo inspired apparel for their spring/summer collection seen here. The pieces available at STLESS include track jackets, hoodies and long-sleeve tees.
Continuing with Upper Playgrounds roll-out of their artist designed “You Ain’t Gotta Lie to Kick It” campaign, volume 3 involves David Choe. Fresh off his successful Murderous Heart exhibition, his adidas and UP design is previewed on the iconic Stan Smith. Stay tuned for more details and more revealing pictures.
Source: Upper Playground
Undercover alongside NIL and Vandalize each chose specific imagery reflective of their respective brands to create a collaborative pin set. The three pack of pins includes images depicting the growth stages of butterflies. Available now at Cueve.