In a first for the inhabitants of Russian captial Moscow, local entities Kixbox and UK Style within the fledging streetwear scene initiated a special Stussy Moscow Pop-Up Shop space. This project comes on the heels of a recent exhibition titled Faces & Laces which created opportunity for like-minded Russians to gather and enjoy similar interests. The Stussy Moscow Pop-Up Shop will feature the obvious including both Stussy and Stussy Deluxe products as well as other relevant products including Head Porter, limited edition Nike and Vans and Stussy’s other project items. A cool sight as different locales and cultures around the world put their on spin on things.
The Beams chain of retailers has integrated itself into Japan’s extensive fashion landscape on the basis of their “basic & exciting” styles resulting in the creation of an off-shoot women’s brand ironically titled Beams Boy in 1998. To mark the sub-brands 10th anniversary, Californian watch brand Nixon has offered their womens model Vega as the template to mark the anniversary resulting in a colorful watch. Available now through Beams Boy’s 26 retail locations in Japan.
Around these circles, Timberland is perhaps best known for their popular 6 inch boot, however this following look shows the diversity of Timberland over a variety of different footwear models. Styles seen here include Timberland’s two interpretations of the chukka style with the suede Rippler and Seaview Chukka in ivory canvas. The styles are rounded out by the Cruise Master II which is Timberland’s boat shoe meets sneaker offering. These offerings are currently available in Timberland dealers and online at Timberland.com.
Taking form in a somewhat new low top style are a series of Blazers from Nike. Three colorways are seen including one that has reoccurring flashes of the Nike Dunk Hi NL UNDFTD with similar colors minus the notable absence of Blue Reef. Available now at STANDARD.
Legendary Nike designer, Tinker Hatfield, responsible for the majority of Michael Jordan’s most popular signature sneakers has succeeded throughout the years not only based on immense talent but an extraordinary imagination as well. The original Jordan V design was inspired by the P-51 Mustang, a WWII fighter plane used by the Tuskegee Airmen combined with a rendering of a Grey Nurse Shark on the midsole. Keeping this theme alive, strong military colors are featured included with the addition of shark eyes and the initials MJJ on the side standing for Michael Jeffrey Jordan. Surely to be a collectors item in the future, these are now available at Jordan Flight Club with a price of $175.