Here’s the latest from Bape set to release this weekend at Bape Hong Kong. For those unsold on the Shark hoodie, another t-shirt version has become available incorporating Baby Milo. Continuing with the kiddie graphics are some more solid cut & sew pieces from Bape in the form of chambray button ups, polos, gingham button ups and pants. Also featured in this week’s releases are some accessories such as hanging plush toys and pouches. Dropping this Saturday, May 31st.
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While it seems as though Jordan Brand has slowed down with its retro releases, replacing some of your favorite classics is an influx of hybrid models referencing both other out of Jordan Brand models such as the Air Force 1 as well as collective creations utilizing popular Jordans. One of these recent hybrid instances is the Six Rings which includes many obvious references to models such as the XI, XIII and VII. Starting off things is an iconic Bulls colorway, set to release on August 16th.
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Upon its release, the Insta Pump Fury broke barriers in both technical innovation and aesthetics. Although Reebok haven’t had the greatest success continuing with the infamous Pump technology, the Pump Fury has still been a ground breaking sneaker and fan favorite. A new series of original colorways will be re-introduced in original colors, starting this Saturday at atmos.
For Rodolphe Marconi and much of the rest of the fashion world, heralded designer Karl Lagerfeld has presented himself as a bit of an enigma. In an attempt to understand a man that has such a huge impact on fashion, filmmaker Rodolphe Marconi set out to create the Lagerfeld Confidential, a film which features an in-depth look into Lagerfeld’s life. Everything from his design process and interviews to partying with the stars are seen in a film which entered the cutting room with over 150 hours of filming. Available now at colette.
In an unlikely pairing, Japanese retailer Beams has linked up with world convenience store giants 7-ELEVEN in the creation of a pack of stationary. The pack includes the likes of pens, notepads and glue sticks. Available at what we assume is 7-ELEVEN stores across Japan.
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Former The Source magazine art director Chi Modu has a fruitful relationship with hip-hop. Before the days of mainstream popularity, Chi Modu is among the elements that contributed to the monumental uprising of hip-hop through his impeccable talent behind the camera lens. From numerous top selling covers to photographing album art, Modu has had powerful experiences which are captured in this latest collection of t-shirts done with brands Nitraid and Expansion. The shirts each depict various hip-hop related imagery, with the grainy images of the era contributing to the reality of a culture once different from its current stages. Available now at Zygord.