UK brand AnyForty have just dropped the fourth edition of their ‘Versus’ artist series, and have produced this Summertime lookbook in support of the new collection.
Iconic London brand Boy London have today launched their first ever official website – quite striking considering the brand launched in 1977!
Today Nike officially launched their 1948 iPad app to the world for free … and they’ve given us some exclusive images of the app’s content.
Astro:Dynamics come correct once again with a unique 7″ release from Canadian artist Slow Hand Motëm, bringing what can only really be described as Weirdo-Funk House.
You know the festival season is upon us when lifestyle sports brands such as Lacoste release Wellington boots, just in time for the fresher fashion forward thinking festival goers.
This evening, UK brand Indcsn will freshen up their current range for Summer, calling on their hardcore roots, paying homage to legendary NYHC band Gorilla Biscuits in their designs.
Post Overalls have us covered for those (few) sunny days with this superb range of shorts, in a selection of plain and patterned materials.
More Hyperfuse crossover tech here, with Nike making use of their complex heat welding technique which gets transferred to the Air Max 1.
A superb triple offering from adidas, which should go down well with those folks who like their sneakers with a twist of 80’s nostalgia.
British artist Damien Hirst has unearthed 40 of his 2009 Supreme collaboration skateboard decks and customised them with his own illustrations, ready to go up for sale next month.
Nike’s classic basketball shoe, the Air Force 1, has been subject to some quirky material updates of late. This time, it’s Hyperfuse technology that gets worked in to the AF1.
Japanese toy manufacturers Medicom use Johnny Depp’s Mad Hatter as inspiration for this flip on Disney’s Micky Mouse, finally available in the UK.
We haven’t featured this brand for some time, but just this past week, Manchester’s Unequal Balance have returned, fresh for Summer with a new range of graphic T-shirts.
Since we last featured the brand, the guys at the Skateboard Cafe have been hard at work on their new film, adequately titled ‘Dine With Us’.
New York store turned clothing brand Boundless have hit us with a select drop of new snapback caps, which will be perfect for the Summer weather ahead – here’s hoping.