New from adidas is the Consortium Causal Series which includes five sneakers, the Bamba, the Samba, the Tobacco, the Forest Hill, and the Jeans. Each pair is special in its own way. For example, the Jeans model features a Argyle Jersey design while the Samba features a cotton corduroy upper. Each pair is limited to 390 and are now available at Hanon Shop.
Yoshifumi Egawa aka. Yoppi from the skate/bike crew T19 gives us a preview of the T19 x Stussy Sunglasses on his blog at Honeyee. The sunglasses is based on the Stussy Naomi model and will be part of “T19 Candy Blue Products”. Not much is currently known but stay tuned for more info!
The Sound and Fury event which took place last week in Matsuyama, Japan, was where Jun Takahashi (Undercover) showed off his skills not only as a fashion designer but as a master of the needle and thread. At the exhibition, he created bizarre looking creatures using regular stuff animals as his ingredients. Music was provided by DJ’s such as Hikaru from Bounty Hunter. Check out more pictures after the jump for a look at the event.
Source: UC Sendai, Slam X Hype
Legendary tattoo artist Tim Hendricks and Sabre have collaborated on a finely detailed pair of shades. The black loc style Sabre Hooligan frame comes adorned with Tim’s signature fine rose tattoo artwork creeping down both arms. The frames also feature an engraved F.T.W logo and come packaged in a customized Tim Hendricks box. The first run of Hooligan frames are only available at Sabre’s “Don’t Panic” Showroom in Newport Beach, California. For more of Tim’s work visit http://www.saltwatertattoo.com
Flight Club New York worked on a collaboration with famous jersey manufacturer, Mitchell and Ness, to design a few jackets to commemorate Brooklyn and the Brooklyn Bridge. The collabo includes the Brooklyn Bums jacket, coming in blue and black, and the Four Five jacket coming in black. The Bums jacket has a lot of details on the front and on the sleeves with a Flight Club logos and baseball graphic. However, the coolest part of the jacket is definitely on the back where if you extend your arms, you can see the entire Brooklyn bridge, resembling flying wings. Flight Club is definitely taking off with this collaboration.