Here’s the new Tattersall series from Head Porter Plus which is part of their Spring/Summer 2008 collection. This new collection includes items such as a jacket, a hooded jacket, and a trench coat for mens. For the girls, there’s a raincoat, a jacket and a cloak. All items feature a square pattern on water repellent material. Comes in two colors (grey and white) and are now available at the Honeyee Store.
Upon American music artist John Mayer’s visit to the Neighborhood studios in Japan, a background detail was purposely pixelated out. Get the rumor mills churning as we wonder what exactly it is, although initial guesses are pointed at Mickey Mouse, who knows what’s up?
Source: Shinsuke Takizawa
Although the symbolic educational term 101 has been thrown around liberally in sneaker circles, Pittsburgh Pensylvania’s Carnegie Mellon University has legitimized the term with its official sneaker based class, Sneakerology 101. Yes that’s right, a university level course dealing with sneaker culture on the whole. Ranging from its roots in the 1970s to its shaping by hip-hop, the internet and basketball among other factors, the course covers the overall impact of sneakers on a worldwide level. The class utilizes Bobbito Garcia’s Where’d You Get Those? for reference as well as various sneaker-based websites. Evaluations include a mid-term project pertaining to the design of a sneaker, incorporating elements acquired along the way. Interested parties can sign up for the class’ next session set for Spring of 2009.
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.
Source: High Snobiety
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.