Eley Kishimoto which consists of the duo Mark Eley and Wakako Kishimoto has been designing clothes since the mid 90’s. Their first collection which was launched in 2001 featured items utilizing their “Flash” print. The print instantly became popular and since then has been used on various things from cars to buildings and more. Here’s a look at a pair of their latest sneaker which is modeled after the classic Converse Chuck Taylor shoe. As expected, features Eley Kishimoto’s “Flash” Print all over the sneaker. Available now at A.P.C.
The Hundreds from Los Angeles have released some New Era Fitted Caps using their brand’s mascot, the Adam Bomb. Coming in five colors, these New Eras feature the Adam Bomb stitched onto the front of the cap. Available now at The Hundreds.
Here we’re showing you Adidas Original’s Rod Laver Vintage Lux. The shoe comes in a creme/beige color with very nice, subtle details all around such as the snake skin pattern, suede lining, printed in-sole, and a Rod Laver tag on the back heel. Even though it has almost no obvious Adidas branding, the shoe gives off a very high-quality and classy vibe that is definitely still recognizable as Adidas. Available in June.
Japanese brand, Wacko Maria, is gaining momentum and keeps expanding its product line with a collaboration on Converse’s Chuck Taylor High. Founded by Japanese soccer players Keiji Ishizuka and Atsuhiko Mori, Wacko Mario aims to create high quality products, inspired by their friends, movies, music, and women. These Chuck Taylors are simple but effective with Wacko Maria’s signature skull embroidered on the side and a simple tag on the inside of the tongue. These are available now.
Nike is reviving another one of its classics, Nike Aerofit. With its high top and double velcro straps, the shoes have striking resemblance to the Reebok Freestyle, but it is an original Nike design from 1987. The shoe will come in multiple colorways such as black, metallic silver, army green, a dark maroon, and navy blue. The Aerofit is set for a comeback in the early Fall of this year.
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