Addict Present C-Law (Video)

Addict have dropped a great video interview with UK footwear legend C-Law, one of the original members of the Crooked Tongues team who has worked on numerous footwear designs throughout his career. The interview goes deep into Chris’s sneaker collection, as he delves into his archives and pulls out a number of his favourite pieces from the last 30 years, including various Adidas Superstars, Puma Suedes.

Chris has an insane collection, and this is a great opportunity to see some one-offs and other pieces of history which rarely see the light of day. In the second part of the interview, Chris talks about his work with Addict, including a detailed look at the brand’s Fall/Winter Footwear collection for 2011 which Chris designed. In addition, Chris also shows us the camo pieces he has worked on, both past and future, giving us a taste of what we can expect on the shelves later this year. I highly reccomend taking 10 minutes out of your day to sit down, with a cup of tea and listen to Chris’s words of wisdom. Look out for these models later this year at Addict.

Adam Scotland

One of the three founding members of THE DAILY STREET, Adam is our Editor at TDS. Adam works in the streetwear industry for Out Of Step Ltd., specialising in both USA and UK brands. He also contributes to The Hundreds website.

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  • Dan Proxy

    I used to be an Addict addict. Big props to their style and for pushing the music/artists.

    BUTTTTT the last few purchases have left a nasty taste in my mouth, the latest of which was a £45 tracksuit top that lasted less than 2 months before it was unwearable..!

    SERIOUSLY…they’ve been cutting corners on quality and the manufacturing on the last couple of things i’ve bought, have meant that i am no longer addicted to Addict…i won’t buy from them again!

  • josh

    as dan proxy said, as they have gone widespread the quality has dropped
    i still have mark one she hoodies that have outlasted some new stuff, sticthing coming out and the like
    i used to like it alot when they were more exclusive, same as dan, i was addicted as they were different. not so much now
    some of those shoes are tidy but everyman and his uncle will be wearing them i expect

    majority of my clothes are now king apparel