Following the opening of their own retail venture Versus, Mike Glory and Graham Nystrom debuted Us Versus Them as their own outlet for art and subtle social commentary via the common t-shirt. The label has grown quickly as a format for people to share their talents and differing influences. Available now at Us Versus Them.
Japanese brand Bullet has fashioned various bags created with numerous military influences. Aside from its high quality construction utilizing popular Cordura as the basis for each bag, they’ve incorporated numerous technical features modeled after original US Armed Forces’ designs. Dependant on your use, styles range from back packs to messenger style carriers. Available at Beams.
Always thinking ahead since the beginning of the Vault campaign, Vans is constantly striving for a great quality product remaining quite consistent even throughout their odd combinations of material’s and colorway’s. Included in the Grey Stone pack will be a Sk8-LX, Era LX, and Slip-on LX, all employing a blue cotton like upper to these multifaceted models. Expect the pack to hit Vans Vault dealers in late May.
The inaugural Eastpak Raf Simons bag team up pushed the boundaries of conventional backpack stylings as over 50 styles with diverse price points were featured. While some bags emanating from the creative thoughts of Belgian designer Raf Simons bordered on the edge of conventionality, the follow-up series from Eastpak Raf Simons features what appears to be more traditional bags over 18 styles. Price points range from €80 – €100 EUR (approximately $124 USD – $155 USD).
While the legacy of Hedi Slimane at Dior Homme ended over a year ago, rumors have surfaced regarding the designer’s return to the Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessey empire. However this conflicts with talks that talented designer has signed on with Italian denim brand Diesel in hopes of launching a new Red Collection. Stay tuned for more details.
Source: Slam X Hype, WWD
Nike’s Euro Champ Pack references various competitors from this years upcoming UEFA European Championships. Various countries including non-Nike sponsored soccer governing bodies and their national teams are represented over a handful of Nike’s most popular models. Available now at select Nike retailers.