Bape’s legacy has very much been built on the success of its t-shirt collection. From the early hand printed t-shirts to the enormous empire Nigo has developed, there still stands a strong allegiance to the brands sometimes simple logos and graphics. In this latest release set for the weekend at Bape Hong Kong, look for an assortment of tees to drop. Ranging from rather childish renditions of Baby Milo, to more iconic uses of camo, a diverse range is available starting this Saturday.
Bape Hong Kong
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Queens Road, Central
Nike Vandal, born in 1984 as the successor to the Nike Air Force 1, is coming out with a new design this year named Nike Vandal High Supreme EX. The shoe comes in all black with spike-like texture covering the entire shoe. It has a tremendous amount of great details including a gold trim around the Nike Swoosh on the side, an ankle strap with gold rings and an embroidered Nike logo, and a tan-colored bottom sole again with gold accents. With the combination of black and gold and the use of different textures, this pair of shoes definitely rules supreme in the world of sneakers. Available on June 6th at Atmos Tokyo.
Japanese brand Devilock and their 11 years of service have branded fans with a taste of their rock & roll and rebellion inspired aesthetic through their own interpretive eyes. With a strong lifestyle including radio and TV backing their cause, the brand has taken to their 2008 summer collection with a series of designs reflective of their path. Many t-shirts revolve around the collection’s theme of “Destroy Everything & Rebuild” with the added inclusion of flip flops in a variety of colors. Available now at Juice in Hong Kong.
F.C.R.B. has released a new capsule of products under the title of Black Series. The name is pretty much indicative of what you’d expect with a number of designs and features that revolve around black t-shirts and hats. The designs are logo-driven and represent F.C.R.B. as a casual offering relative to more sophisticated releases such as SOPHNET. and uniform experiment.
Celebrating a year of service, Purist Boutique has lined up a series of collaborations including one with Futura Laboratories. The encompassing theme behind not only this collaboration but each respective upcoming product was something that represented the brand’s roots or direction. The upcoming range of products will all come from brands which have supported Purist from its early beginnings with hopes of releasing one new product per week. The black shirt seen here in white font includes 3M detailing, while the yellow shirt is reserved for friends and family. The shirts will release on Saturday, June 7th only at Purist. Only in-store and phone orders are available.
Originally introduced in 1970, the adidas Americana changed court shoe style permanently, with a perfect balance of then-groundbreaking performance and influential aesthetics. For decades, collectors have admired the OG low-cut take, with a more minimal look than the high top variation.
Mixing mesh with leather, plus felt stripes and a heel panel, the ABA (American Basketball Association, of which the Americana was the official shoe) red and blue combination remains timeless for this resurrection of a slimline, lightweight classic that harks back to the French made original.
To complement this seminal design’s return, the Americana Low OG also comes in a reflective snakeskin effect, blended with premium suede for a striking, contemporary interpretation of this silhouette. Both shoes will be dropping exclusively at O-Stores soon.