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 “NIKE AIR FORCE 1 X RICCARDO TISCI “VACHETTA TAN” COLLECTION”
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 “PLAY CLOTHS x SAUCONY – SHADOW 5000 “STRANGE FRUIT” PACK”
After the announcement back in March where Pharrell confirmed joining the ever growing roster of stars teaming up with Adidas (Kanye, Nigo, etc), images are now surfacing of the collection that drops this weekend (20th October 2014). Pharrell teams up with Adidas Consortium and bring us the “Solid Pack” Collection. Continue reading “Pharrell Williams x Adidas Consortium – “Solid Pack” Collection”
Sneaker-heads rejoice! This is possibly the most anticipated pair of sneakers to be released this year, even more so than the Triple Black and the Triple Whites!
With the numerous drops of many different colourways of the Air Huarache in 2014 that we have seen already, Nike bring us one of the first OG colourways seen on a pair of Huaraches. The Nike air Huarache “Scream Green” returns at the beginning of September 2014 at most stockists (see below). The “Scream Green” OG colourway was first seen 23 years ago in 1991. Then it was retroed in 2000 and hasn’t been done since. Continue reading “NIKE AIR HUARACHE LE – SCREAM GREEN”
A classic silhouette with a splash of summer! Jordan Brand bring us another treat at the end of the month….this one is strictly for the ladies though!
The Jordan 3 Retro features a black nubuck upper that’s smooth like butter, the usual elephant effect on the toe and heel areas, and highlights of Bleached Turquoise (some would call it a “Tiffany” colourway) and Iron Purple for that perfect Summer sneaker for the females. Continue reading “NIKE AIR JORDAN 3 RETRO GIRLS – BLEACHED TURQUOISE”
We’ve had a lot of retro runners making a return this year from a number of brands.
This month sees the return of a classic 80s retro runner in extremely limited numbers. Athletic shoe and apparel powerhouse Nike have returned the Nike Air Mariah in its original colour way. Continue reading “Nike Air Mariah PR Tier Zero”
As the year of the 6’s continues, celebrating the 23rd anniversary of both Micheal Jordan’s sixth signature model and his first championship. Jordan brand bring back the much anticipated “Carmine” colourway with the iconic Jordan 6.
These Jordan 6’s were never released as a retro on it’s own. It was paired up with the Jordan 17 as part of the “Countdown” pack from 2010. This time, you won’t have to cop two pairs or pack in order to cop the Carmine 6’s. But it doesn’t stop there…Jordan brand also bring us the “Carmine” colourway for the first time to the Jordan 1 Silhouette. Continue reading “Nike Air Jordan XI Retro & Air Jordan I Retro High OG – “Carmine””
We’ve seen the marriage before between Adidas Consortium & Neighborhood in the past, and also Adidas, Undefeated & Bape last year.This time, the two of the most well known and sought after streetwear brands, come together and bring that Japanese connection to produce a collection of luxurious, blacked out silhouettes as part of the latest Adidas Consortium collection.
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.
27 years ago. The date, 26 March 1987. The day a revolution began. This was in the form of a window to the sole, the invisible finally became visible and Nike Air cushioning changed the way in which Nike designed running sneakers. In the years following the release of the Air Max 1 all those years ago a legend has just gotten bigger and we can celebrate the day an experiment turned into an iconic trainer for Nike. To start the celebration we will see the release of a limited edition Air Max 1.