Norse Projects continue to prove that they’re still one of the heavyweights in sub-cultural fashion, with this SS15 collection displaying further attention to detail, fit and quality.
Lifestyle and sports heritage brand New Era present their forthcoming Spring ’15 collection: the ‘Jungle Pack.’
Featuring one of HUF’s main skaters, Joey Pepper, this video is a teaser for what’s to come from HUF’s SS15 footwear collection.
Highlighting the 30th anniversary of The North Face’s Venture jacket and the Mountain Jacket, Urban Industry present this look-book depicting the items in appropriate environments and weather conditions.
Sock brand Stance announce that it will be the official on-court sock supplier for the upcoming 2015 NBA All-Star game next month.
Complimenting the celebrations, adidas Originals have teamed up with one of London’s finest creative organisations, YCN, to commission artwork that highlights the Superstar’s global appeal.
adidas Consortium and UNDFTD come together to celebrate 10 years since their iconic Superstar collaboration in 2005 with an (almost) opposite pair.
Supreme present a little teaser of their upcoming Spring/Summer 2015 collection and lookbook.
ALA CHAMP Magazine return with their 9th issue, featuring the likes of Lee Ufan, Peanut Butter Wolf, Jean Paul Goude and Hans Ulrich Obrist.
Having reissued the Si-18 International last year, K-Swiss bring back another classic tennis shoe from their archive; the Gstaad.
After recently announcing his new denim line, Clothsurgeon presents the lookbook for his new collection titled ‘La Revolution Sorrealiste’.
NBA legend and former Milwaukee Bucks / LA Lakers player Kareem Abdul-Jabber talks about how basketball has changed, sneakers and the adidas Superstar.
Presenting the more casual elements from Our Legacy’s SS15 collection END. present the Swedish imprint’s forthcoming collection, displaying their innovative take on contemporary menswear.
The arrival of the Nike Air Huarache LE on NIKEiD has enabled everyone to be able to make the crisp sneaker that the now famous ‘Platinum White’ should have been.
Asics continue to reinterpret their classic running models and provide us with another reason to love them, with this latest Valentines pack.