Pledging commitment to craftsmanship and inspired by warmth in the great outdoors, Pendleton and O'Neill collaborate for autumn and winter '14. Pairing Pendleton's heritage with O'Neill's effortless cool, the result is a collection that'll help you through autumn and winter '14 with ease.
Each piece within the collection is decorated with a Penwool print that fuses O'Neill's ocean aesthetics with classic checks. Just like each piece features Penwool, each piece is also instilled with a high level of quality and attention to detail. Finally, dual branding runs throughout making the Pendleton and O'Neill collection unlike any other this season. Now available both online and in-store.
Making good use of the iconic Air Max 90 this weekend, Nike present the 'Bleached Denim' edition as part of this week's Quickstrike offering. To say we're pleased is an understatement as following on from the Camo iteration, 'Bleached Denim' was an atmos exclusive and restricted to Asia. Estimating the colourway's potential in the EU, Nike have wisely brought it over and retained much of the same exclusivity.
In terms of materials this edition is impressive. By using a unique bleached denim and teaming it with premium suede panels, Nike have not only made something visually impressive but something that's actually pretty hardwearing too. As usual, it's the visible air window and pioneering comfort that truly separates these from the rest.
Limited numbers of the Air Max 90 'Bleached Denim' will be available online at 00:01GMT 20th September.
The adidas Suisse has always been a superior sneaker and from Central Europe exclusivity to selective colourways, adidas Originals have kept the Suisse close to their chests. 2014 marks the shoe's re-release and continues adidas' winning streak. Whilst every re-release throws up concerns regarding quality and compromise, adidas seem to have executed these well leaving them open to new fans and appealing to OGs.
Previously only available in Central Europe, the adidas Suisse has managed to retain a level of exclusivity that benefits all rarities. Whilst mass popularity could have killed it off, the Suisse remained one for those in the know, sitting quietly under the radar with understated styling and tooling that actually works.
With a lightweight sole unit and a premium suede upper, the Suisse is a superior affair but one that's reassuringly comfortable and fit for day to day wear. This season adidas Originals have opted for three colourways with relevance in the shoe's history and coincidentally they're suited to the long winter ahead. Just as we'd hoped, the same branding has been used throughout and Three Stripes and a Trefoil round the Suisse off perfectly.
Three colourways are now available both online and in-store priced at £72.
Exploring the idea that you don't have to don a suit and tie to be successful, Nike Sportswear present the Suit And Tie collection utilisng the newly introduced Air Max Lunar90. According to Nike, some of the world's most prominent figures have made a name for themselves in a pair of 'cleats' and this is certainly a sentiment we agree with. It all cements the idea that sneakers are now a wardrobe staple and just as necessary as a good pair of dress shoes.
From herringbone to paisley the premium materials add an air of superiority to a silhouette that was previously very sports orientated. The materials echo ties and suit linings and inject sophistication into the Air Max Lunar90 like we've never seen before. The Lunarlon sole and visible air window are of course still in place and this ensures unmatched comfort in line with style.
The Nike Sportswear Suit And Tie Collection will be available at 00:01GMT Friday 5th September.