You might have previously seen this Kangol 504 on the heads of some key industry figures. Now, this Fragment Design x Kangol 504 will soon hit top boutiques like Firmament coming mid April. For this tropic yarn knit hat, Hiroshi Fujiwara from Fragment Design has chosen to six different two-tone color schemes. According to Being Hunted, “While one set of hats will be distributed through hand-picked
traditional hat shops around the world, the opposite color assortment
will be sold through premier boutiques where the previous Fragment x
Kangol series were found.”
Source: Being Hunted
Teamed up with Pierre Haulot, Nike has come up with a solution to keep you playing sports day and night. Virtual Park is a glow-in-the-dark spray paint that can be used to transform any environment you need to keep practicing at night. The paint only lasts for about two hours so there’s no worries about vandalism. This is definitely an interesting product with lots of potential, not just for sports enthusiasts, but also for artists and advertisers around the world.
Nike has confirmed the release of the new SportBand product which will be a training device which can be integrated with the NikePlus website. The new feature of the Nike+ Coach was also previewed, giving users access to training programs.
Another sample from Nike SB have emerged over the internet via Mis Zapas. These multi-colored SB Dunk Lows are inspired by the “720°” game. This skateboarding game was made in 1986 by Atari games and notably the first extreme sports game ever made. There is no word on release dates.
Source: Mis Zapas
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of JUN Group, the Japanese fashion institution is currently running a special exhibition at Omotesando’s trendy cafe Montook. 50 artists and fashion influencers have teamed up for an extraordinary Art tee exhibition. Pieces from artist such as Yasumasa Yonehara aka Yone, Jean Touitou or Doze Green can be seen and purchased for 9,240 Yen (about $95 USD) at cafe Montook or online on www.bungalow50.com.
Cafe MontookOmotesando St.Harajuku, TokyoEveryday from 10 am to 7 pmUntil Sunday April 20th 2008