Here we take a look at a selection of Gourmet’s AW14 footwear, which makes use of the Lite 35 and Libero models.
Having shown you what the event itself was like, we now take a look at some of the sneaker highlights from Crepe City 11, both on the shelves and on the feet.
This weekend was all about Crepe City 11 at The Old Truman Brewery in Shoreditch, the 11th instalment of London’s favourite sneaker festival. Here’s what went down at the event.
Nike provides this more premium version of the Nike Air Max 180, which uses a mix of quality materials and a solid colour palette.
Win yourself a copy of the not-for-sale Nike Genealogy of Innovation book produced by Sneaker Freaker.
We’re flying the flag that little bit more by embracing the brand new .uk domain name that launched yesterday.
Nike drop yet another colourway of their popular Air Huarache LE model today with this ‘Catalina’ version.
London brand Lazy Oaf present their men’s Autumn 2014 lookbook with a clean, yet playful aesthetic.
One of our favourite notepad and accessories brands Moleskine is set to open a pop-up store in East London’s Old Street Underground Station this Monday.
Action Bronson’s ‘Fuck, That’s Delicious’ series for the Vice food channel Munchies.TV returns with Episode 3, filmed on Bronson’s recent UK tour.
The UK’s biggest and best sneaker event, Crepe City, returns to The Old Truman Brewery in London this weekend for the 11th instalment.
Following a complete refurbishment, UK streetwear brand Trapstar’s London flagship store re-opened this week with a slick new design.
Coinciding with the 11th Crepe City sneaker festival, A Number of Names will host another of their huge Sample Sale events this weekend.
Footpatrol will help to see out the end of the Converse CONS Project in style with the Footpatrol & Friends party tomorrow evening.
Our friends at UK brand AnyForty have organised a group exhibition launching this week in support of CALM, a charity dedicated to preventing male suicide.