Two of the leading lifestyle brands, usually battling it out have joined forces to release the ultimate collaboration for the Autumn/Winter 2014 season. This limited edition release of highly covetable clothing and footwear bring together Barbour, whose unprecedented reputation for providing the very best in weather beating outerwear with premium sportswear and footwear brand adidas Originals to produce some of the must have pieces this season. Continue reading
Nike & Riccardo Tisci join forces once again for their final instalment of their Air Force 1 collection. The “Vachetta Tan” Air Force 1 collection continues where they left off from their previous releases, the White & Black collections. They combine fusing high quality materials with Mr Tisci’s eye for details, resulting in a rare & unique collection. Continue reading
Play Cloths partner up with Saucony for the third time to bring us the “Strange Fruit” pack, which borrows tropical colours from the supermarket fruit aisle.
Created by Play Cloths, the streetwear brand founded by rappers Pusha T and No Malice, the Strange Fruit pack takes Saucony’s Shadow 5000 sneaker shape and produces it in trio of appetising colours. Continue reading
Liberty London, the famous department store based in London’s West End well known for their floral and graphic prints is once again collaborating with Nike to produce a range of womens footwear and apparel exclusively for the store for 2014.
The footwear collection consists of eight trainers in six Nike silhouettes which are the Roshe Run, Blazers, Dunk Sky Hi Wedge, Internationalist, Air Max 1 and Air Max 90. Continue reading
Nike are known for collaborating with the creme de la creme and this week is no exception. Riccardo Tisci, designer with French fashion house Givenchy has reinvented Nike’s iconic silhouette the Air Force 1 for Spring/Summer 2014.
Last month we posted about the release of the much hyped Adidas Stan Smith’s which will always be a timeless classic with its simple yet charismatic design. Stan himself toured around Europe to help promote the shoe on behalf of Adidas. The ad campaign struck notes in both young and old and these greatly loved sneaker didn’t fail to disappoint when Adidas Consortium dropped some serious premium leather versions (reptile and Ostrich to name a few).