The Royal Navy from Admiral is a unorthodox take at the high-top sneaker. The sneaker is secured by a flap with a vertical row of buttons. Two styles are separated by varying colors of plaid with detailed carvings on the buttons. These aren’t expected to release until September of this year.
With previous experiences under the helm of fashion brand Gimme 5, British photographer Fatsarazzi (Fats Shariff) has long been a sought after photographer for his abilities behind the camera and his talent for capturing details often overlooked. Fittingly, this t-shirt collabo with Futura Laboratories features a photo print tee, availabile in black and white colorways.
Japanese brand Montage has unveiled their 2008 Spring/Summer collection. With a focus on spin offs of classic designs, their collection is highlighted best by the assortment of accessories including a sunglasses holder pendant and assortments of belts and bags. Available now at eproze.
Leftfoot out of Singapore played host this past weekend as an exhibition celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the New Balance 576 took place. Encompassing other important models and New Balance collabos, the event had well over 200 pairs of sneakers on deck with an accompaniment of music, food and booze and a live showcase by Asian graffiti artist Jahan.
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With their work rapidly reaching a wide audience and the opening of a brand new concept shop in Hong Kong, Neighborhood has teamed up with British retailer Hideout on their 10th Anniversary. The project features two different t-shirts designs. Hideout has maintained a strong pedigree as the purveyor of high quality brands throughout its 10 year existence with a current roster including Supreme, WTAPS, Neighborhood, PAM and Goodenough among others.
The last few months have been relatively quiet out of the Madfoot! camp this year, however with these recent releases we expect things to fully pick up for the Japanese brand. This pack of Mad Monty’s are themed after various reptiles with materials including crocodile and python. Available now at eproze and the handful of Japanese Madfoot! stockists.