Following up on their pictorial endeavor, Sneaker Lover, the trio have released a DVD to accompany the project. Featuring almost 60 minutes of video, the DVD follows the crew around as they create content for the book. The DVD is set as region-free allowing worldwide play. Available now at KIKS TYO.
Burton has updated their popular and rugged collection of luggage, this time coming under the influence of green plaid as well as solitary black. The extensive range of sizes and functions should undoubtedly fill the needs of any traveler ranging from backpacks to full sized wheeled bags. Backed by an amazing guarantee, Burton packs are a definitely a worthwhile investment. View the collection over at STLESS.
Upon last years opening of The Simpson’s inaugural jump to the silver screen, Chanel lead-man Karl Lagerfeld was among the group of fashion designers accompanying the Simpsons in cartoon form. Fast forward to this year, the legendary designer has returned in a new form as one of the radio DJs for the upcoming release of Grand Theft Auto IV. While various musical genres will be represented, Lagerfeld’s own love of electronica and dance and personal commentary will highlight his role in the popular video game series.
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Despite the the trail running nature of the M575 from New Balance, the Japanese designed silhouette manages to keep things in relatively slim profile and flattering shape. Three colors seen here combine a mesh toe box, patterned laces and motion control technology. Available now at atmos.
Wrapping up earlier this week, Milan hosted Signjam, a cultural forum on the roots and development of streetwear. The event was marked by high profile personalities offering their opinions and insights on the past and present state of streetwear. They included the likes of photographer Fats Shariff, artist SheOne, label VNGRD, DJ, cultural commentator Bobbito Garcia and Steven Vogel. Among the events was a special hand screened t-shirt, sneaker customization and a party hosted in conjunction with retailer Slamjam.
Here we present to you Martin Margiela’s 2008 S/S Tennis shoes. The ultra-discreet, Belgian designer is often said to be inspired by the designs of Rei Kawakubo of Comme des Garcons, with oversized proportions and unfinished edges. Although the style of these tennis shoes have been consistent in Margiela’s collections, the beige and navy colorways give it a brand new feel. These shoes will definitely add a more classic look to any outfit. Now available at Oki-ni.