Analog has released a new pack of fitted caps created in association with New Era. With its roots in skate, snow and surf, the brand has set out to reinterpret some classic logos with their own personal twist. The four designs are available now through Karmaloop.
We’ve seen a really high volume of Fred Perry products as of late, with a spotlight on high profile collaborations with Beams, Eliminator, Junya Watanabe and more. Fred Perry has really come a long way from its Wimbledon roots, and has fully immersed itself in fashion. It was only a matter of time before they released more footwear to continue the success they had with the COMME des GARCONS tennis shoes from a while back. Classic lawn styles that match their garments are visible here. The “Tipped Cuff” models are even detailed with the double stripes which are a Fred Perry staple visible on their polo collars. More after the jump.
HYPEBEAST recently had the opportunity to catch up with prominent artist Mark Dean Veca, known for his unique art style and his mind boggling installations. The highlights of our chat included some background information about himself, his influences, and his innovative style of art. Mark also discusses with us the details on his recent work with his good friend Kaws, and his upcoming snowboard project with Nike, which will be released later this year. His upcoming projects and installations will definetly be something to lookout for.
General releases are often a hit or miss when it comes to sneakerheads. In some cases, it’s knocked out of the park and that’s what keeps us coming back for more. Recently released to all major athletic stores and e-tailers like Eastbay, the Nike Anthracite pack is just that. The simple color scheme alongside highly detailed accents is eye-catching in a modern yet old school way. The standout sneaker in this pack is the Blazer High, which was recently seen on hip-hop superstar Jay-Z during a concert in California. The other two sneakers that make up this pack are the Air Max LTD and the Vandal Low.
Supreme has just released their Western Conference Caps. This cap comes in 4 colorways: white, black, green, and blue. The cap includes a graphic very similar to the San Antonio Spurs logo, with the “U” in Supreme being replaced by a spur. The graphics on the black and white caps also feature similar color combinations as the Spurs logo. It seems like the folks at Supreme might have a winner in mind for the Western Conference this year.