Although the Air Huarache is never out of the limelight these days, few modern issues can rival the beauty of this OG rendition. The 'Sport Turquoise' is undoubtedly one of the most prominent colourways in the shoe's history and real aficionados will be pleased to see that this is an almost 1:1 reissue. As is the case with all noteworthy Huaraches, these are backed by some serious hype so it's very much a case of fastest finger first when it comes to these launching online.
Limited numbers available from 00:01GMT Friday 24th July. (£90)
Adding superiority to the iconic Stan Smith, Raf Simons has considered a number of new colourways to continue the collaboration. Perhaps the simplicity comes from the designer's background in industrial design as the tweaks are subtle and refined, only adding to the shoe's timeless appeal. Swapping the perforated Three Stripes, Raf Simons gives them an R with Stan's face on the right shoe and his own on the left. RAF SIMONS embossing can be found towards the heel which serves as a finishing touch to this beautiful partnership.
Two colourways will be available online in the coming days and are now available in-store.
Garnering attention for futuristic footwear designs recently, adidas Originals transfers it's progressive aesthetics to apparel here with this cutting edge poncho jacket. Utilising an eye popping 3M textile, adidas have created an unassuming piece that comes to life in the correct lighting conditions, illuminating the wearer and their surroundings. Aside from the futurist fabric choices the Poncho features a custom fit and finish with a batwing-esque fit and an elongated tail for coverage during athletics.
The adidas Originals Reflective Camouflage Poncho is now available in-store (£185) and will follow online shortly.
After a monumental relaunch, the Stan Smith has reclaimed it's solid place in the market. Numerous collaborations and nostalgic nods have kept the shoe exciting and with the shoe being so adaptable, there's no way it'll ever fall off.
It's simplistic upper and familiar sole unit are just two elements that make it distinct but swapping the lacing for velcro, adidas Originals present a version with Comfort in mind. Despite this remastered element, nothing is taken away and the velcro is a nice alternative more than a drastic change. Adding further appeal adidas have opted for a textured leather upper, keeping the colourway the same for tradition's sake. Limited numbers are now available priced at £70.
A bonafide classic in any colourway, the Clarks Originals Desert Boot is one of those shoes that has stood the test of time. Originally designed by Nathan Clark on service out in Burma, the storied shoe is a purposeful design that's gone far beyond it's military inspiration.
For autumn and winter '15 Clarks Originals offer the silhouette in a range of new colourways that retain the shoe's heritage. From a traditional brown hue to a rich dark red 'Wine' all colourways are fit for the months ahead. You can shop the new suede editions pictured along with hard-wearing leather options now available in-store and online.