With the swirling rumors and gossip surrounding the fate of Hong Kong retailer Juice and its brand CLOT following the Edison Chen scandal, the group has released a “Business As Usual” t-shirt to mark the re-opening of Juice this Friday. Also be on the lookout for an upcoming interview with Edison Chen you don’t want to miss.
Following up on a ton of Vans collaborations over the last few days is this upcoming collection done with REBEL8 and tattoo artist Mike Giant. The heralded artist features his artwork on a series of t-shirts and footwear designed in conjunction with REBEL8 and Vans such as the Chukka Low, a J-Lay, a No Skool 2 Mid, a Sk8-Hi, and a Slip-On. A tentative release date has been set for November.
3sixteen’s 2008 spring collection should be arriving (and restocking in some instances) around the world. As witnessed through a gradual brand progression, the theme for 3sixteen has remained dark as witnessed by their graphic tees. Quickly becoming a focal point of each collection is 3sixteen’s growing expertise in cut & sew production. Available now in the 3sixteen webshop.
Reebok is praying on your childhood memories in their most recent collections of sneakers. Back in January, Kool-Aid was the benefactor of a huge Reebok campaign, however Reebok have now turned itself to the board game Monopoly. This particular model is emblazoned with a collage of Monopoly money. Set to release in August alongside various other Monopoly themed models.
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Three new colorways of Nike’s classic basketball model, the Vandal has been treated with Nike’s latest vintage theme. The thought of creating a deadstock pair of sneakers which has survived twenty odd years of maturation in the box has become a relatively popular tool of Nike in recent memory with the concept surely being applied over other models in the coming collections of footwear. Check your local Nike dealer for availability.