X-girl

MadeMe x X-Girl x Vans Drop Female-Focused Three-Way Collab
Fashion

MadeMe x X-Girl x Vans Drop Female-Focused Three-Way Collab

Featuring the reemergence of the Vans “Wally”.

XLarge x X-girl x Converse Jack Purcell
Footwear Fashion

XLarge x X-girl x Converse Jack Purcell

Bringing together its men’s and women’s brands we see a new rendition of the Converse Jack

X-Girl x atmos x New Balance 850
Uncategorized Footwear

X-Girl x atmos x New Balance 850

Long-serving women’s streetwear brand X-Girl has had their fair share of footwear

X-Girl x Nike Sportswear Women's Blazer Mid
Uncategorized Footwear

X-Girl x Nike Sportswear Women's Blazer Mid

Japanese women’s brand X-Girl are no strangers to the realm of sneaker collaborations, as they

atmos x X-girl x New Balance M996M XA
Uncategorized Footwear

atmos x X-girl x New Balance M996M XA

atmos together with X-girl team-up to release this upcoming New Balance M996M XA. Despite

X-girl x atmos x New Balance H574 Sneakers
Uncategorized Footwear

X-girl x atmos x New Balance H574 Sneakers

Following the concept of music, culture, and sports from the street scene, New Balance pair up

X-girl Japan 15th Anniversary Bearbricks
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X-girl Japan 15th Anniversary Bearbricks

X-girl Japan 15th Anniversary Bearbricks were recently spotted by Tokyo Fashion in the display

XLarge | X-Girl x Reebok Pump Fury
Uncategorized Footwear

XLarge | X-Girl x Reebok Pump Fury

The brother/sister combo of XLarge and X-Girl are releasing a two-pack of sneakers created in

X-girl x Reebok Pump Fury
Footwear

X-girl x Reebok Pump Fury

Japanese women’s brand X-Girl is typically associated with cute prints and patterns. With this in mind, they’ve brought their brand theme onto a new medium, the classic Pump running shoe the Pump Fury. This Reebok release features a large mix of colors with the X-Girl logo seen on the heel. A release date has tentatively been set for July.

Yayoi Kasuma x XLarge x XGirl x Porter Messenger Bag

Yayoi Kasuma x XLarge x XGirl x Porter Messenger Bag

Artist Yayoi Kusama’s trademark use of polka dots can be seen applied to this recent multi-brand project between XLarge, X-girl and Porter. Interestingly enough, much of Kusama’s inspirations and polka dot designs are derived from a series of hallucinations she experienced as a child which was spawned by physical abuse from her mother. This messenger bag is now available at calif.

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