This season we’re proud to introduce Veja, a French brand making huge commitments to ethically sourcing natural materials. Veja is built on transparency and with every pair of shoes comes detail, the story of how they’re made and exactly what’s gone into them. From organic and fair trade cotton to wild rubber from the Amazon, the steps Veja take are as much about decreasing our impact on resources as making a great pair of shoes. In every box you’ll find a little booklet outlining what the brand do and precisely... Read More
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Originally born as an 80s running phenomenon, PUMA’s “Running System” program has been rebooted and evolved for a new world. It’s a welcome reinvention and along with up to date technology and a nod to the past, the new PUMA RS iterations are amazing. They combine comfort with aesthetics, a perfect bridge between the past, present and everything PUMA has developed in between. Check out the new PUMA RS drop over on the website now.
A staple in modern streetwear for almost as long as the culture has existed, Billionaire Boys Club is an unshakeable force. Whilst retaining it’s unique identity, the brand has managed to stay at the forefront and continue setting the bar high. For spring BBC are setting 2018 off with a bang with all new graphics and the same great quality. Our first drop is comprised of a number of LS tees as well as vibrant short sleeve tees with the coming seasons in mind. Check out the early Spring ’18... Read More
Pushing the brand and it’s capablities to the future, adidas has enjoyed success with new technologies like BOOST and AlphaBounce over the course of 2017. Beginning 2018, the brand has took a look at what propelled them in the 90s with old-school runners and their timeless aesthetics serving as inspiration for the Quesence. It’s a new design but one that’ll appeal to collectors thanks to it’s nostalgic looks yet modern fit and feel. Two colourways are available priced at £85 available both online and in-store.
Building on the sort of aesthetics we’ve seen from designs like the Qasa, Y-3’s Spring ’18 collection is a contemporary and directional output, pushing the brand further into the future. Whilst the footwear is based around futrist Japanese aesthetics, the bold branded apparel is retrospective and almost a celebration of the two brands in unison. Yohji and adidas is undoubtedly one of the original and best sportswear and fashion pairings and long before the age of the colab, Y-3 set the bar. Take a look at some of our picks... Read More
With the wet seasons at our door step, Saucony have teamed up with Premier to create a colab that’s resistant to the elements. Looking to survival matches for inspiration, the “Stormlight” Freedom Runner utilizes weather treated suede, leather, and a durable rubberized toe panel to repel adverse weather. The modernized silhouette features a mixture of familiar retro upper styling and a technical EVERUN sole that’s two times more flexible than EVA foam soles and three times less temperature sensitive, which means more cushion in the cold, more energy return, and... Read More
Founded in Japan back in 2010, F/CE was previously know as FICOUTURE. Since it’s inception the brand’s ethos has always remained the same and that’s to make daily life a little easier. Making better choices allows the wearer convenience with wearable options designed to integrate into your daily rotation. From travel and adventure to regular commuting, F/CE is designed with purpose and a cultural edge. Earlier this year F/CE took the crown for the Tokyo Fashion Award 2018,fighting off stiff competition to take the award. We’re pleased to be one... Read More
Purveyors of French workwear since 1927, Vetra is the latest brand we’ve added to our mix and one with centuries of history. Vetra has always held quality in high regard and it’s become a French brand synonymous with authenticity and a certain lifestyle. Vetra has come an astonishingly long way and it’s proud Made In France motto has fought off competition from lower cost countries for almost a century. These days the brand is stocked worldwide and enjoys success particularly in Japan. Back here in the UK, we’re delighted to... Read More
Focussing on some of the key pieces this season, below we present a detailed look at Monitaly and Yuketen. Whilst Monitaly deal with the outerwear, Yuketen make some of the finest footwear we’ve ever seen. A big part of the brand’s formula is craftsmanship and working from their factory in Maine, Yuketen manage to source impressive natural leathers and keep their products handmade. Monitaly is made with much the same ideals keeping a focus on craftsmanship to ensure the products last as long as possible.Monitaly strives to revitalise American silhouettes... Read More
Applying a new Grid Camo effect to a heat reactive Ice Jacket, this AW17 piece is a mind bending example of Stone Island research. Previously we’ve seen the brand toy around with thermo sensitive materials but this variation is unique in the sense that it reveals a texture. The “Grid Camo” pattern runs throughout this season’s collection and from Cargo Pants to sweaters, it adds an even more technical element to some of the brand’s most popular garments. Below you’ll see the Ice Jacket in unison with some of the... Read More