Le Coq Sportif introduce their new Made In France range with this luxurious Arthur Ashe tennis sneaker.
Asics’ Gel Lyte III continues to retain a high level of success through collaboration efforts with heavyweights of the footwear game and also through excellent colour ways such as this ‘Outdoor’ release.
Having announced the forthcoming denim line last week, we now take a look at the full Clothsurgeon denim collection in this lookbook shot by Ollie Adegboye.
As we continue our guest contributed lists throughout January of top 5 sneakers from 2014, our first international guest gives us her selection; Careaux.
asics drop a crisp triple white colourway of their iconic Gel Lyte III as part of the ‘Pure’ pack.
Le Coq Sportif present a new modernised retro running silhouette for 2015, seen here in monochrome black – the R900.
Stance Socks enlist London based photographer Sara Sani to apply her magic and shoot their Holiday ’14 collection.
Watch South London’s young crew The Square, credited for breathing new life into Grime, from their recent performance on NTS Live.
While we continue to review the year that’s past, we take a look at the 10 most popular UK Streetwear related posts of 2014 with some obvious ones popping up, as well as some not so obvious.
The classic Converse Chuck Taylor All Star low gets a luxurious suede makeover.
England and Sweden have one thing in common at least: rain. For that reason alone, Stutterheim’s rain coats are very appealing. The brainchild of Swedish fashion designer Alexander Stutterheim, Stutterheim is committed to providing simple and outstanding outerwear with attention to quality and detail.
Nike’s training shoe range gets an upgrade for early 2015 with this new and developed Nike Free Trainer 3.0; a focussed and improved approach to providing athletes with the ultimate training shoe.
The Chimp Store get creative with the OG Red Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Moire, making them look like balloons in this shot.
Next up to give us their top 5 sneakers of 2014 is London based designer and footwear lover Clothsurgeon with a selection that includes Nike, Common Projects and Louboutin.
Four Pins contributor Moksha August asks “What if world leaders wore fire jawnz?” with these comically photoshopped images of just that.