A new pack of Medicom Toy Bape Bearbricks are set to arrive at Hong Kong’s Bape Store this weekend. Containing three different colors, the 400% Bearbricks each maintain that characteristic Bape camo that has become well known over the years. Other minor details include the dotted lines running throughout the body of the figure as well as the scarf detailing. Available Saturday, March 29th.
Bape Hong Kong
#10 Ground Floor
Queens Road, Central
Not much has changed since the birth of Fiberops. The garments still maintain the same quality and strengths while still maintaining a very focused direction and substance. Looking through the brand a trademark style of graphics, high quality Japanese selvedge denim and classic jacket styles are all representative of Fiberops. However as you entrench yourself further into what Fiberops represents, there’s a wealth of highlights and details. Whether it be pin-up girl buttons, slanted yokes or niche graphic tees, the brand at the end of the day represents wholeheartedly the lifestyle Fiberops represents. A look at their 2nd drop includes graphic tees, jackets and button-ups. Some stores have already received their collection, check your local retailers for availability.
Here’s a selection of caps representing New Era’s April range of releases. The themes range from music inspired releases such as the Music Maker and the Turntable to more retro inspired releases. Available starting April 1st at New Era UK.
The high fashion meets electronics company collaboration has claimed another victim as Giorgio Armani and Samsung have teamed up together on a new phone. Just recently Samsung also partnered with adidas on a new training system phone. The Giorgio Armani sports a slim 10.5 mm thickness with a bundle of features including a 3.0 MP camera, music player function and microSD card expansion. The phone will also come packaged with an exclusive leather case as well.
Japanese photographer Yone and model Aki Hoshino have followed up on their photographic print endeavor Sneaker Lover with a gallery showing at Taiwan’s SOL. The exhibit includes large blow ups of pictures seen in the Sneaker Lover book as well as candid Polaroid shots. Other items not pertaining to the Sneaker Lover book include miscellaneous items such as Yone’s previous works, Nike Michael Lau Dunk SBs and Aki Hoshino Kubricks. The show will run until April 13th.