This season Nike’s apparel is a diverse offering looking back into the brand’s heritage for reissues and pushing forward with the Tech Pack. We’ve highlighted the outerwear here with a re-issued running windbreaker, a futuristic grid check and some colourful M-65s being the stand-out pieces. Take a look at it in focus here and head over to the store to purchase.
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The first Engineered Garments delivery of the new season brings with it lots of color, pattern and texture. Daiki Suzuki is a master when it comes to re-inventing classic shapes and by taking silhouettes that are normally rooted in work-wear, here he creates something truly unique. We’ve highlighted just two of our favorite pieces here but be sure to head over to the website to shop the full selection.
Featuring digitally printed nubuck uppers, co-branded footbeds and fobs, and crepe soles, the latest collaboration between Clarks Originals and Wu Wear was inspired by Raekwon’s infamous intro to Glaciers of Ice. A crazy vision has become a future classic. Three colourways available at Triads from July 20th at 00:01GMT.
Perks & Mini present a new mini-shoot highlighting some of this season’s heavy hitters. The shoot features Raenee Sydney and James Martin shot at home in Sydney, Australia by Ellen Virgona wearing SS19 Strange Loops. To check out the current P.A.M. drop and stay up to date with imminent releases, head over to our web-store.
This season adidas have worked with Missoni on a capsule collection aimed at runners. Although both brands have been monumental in their own fields for many decades, they’re actually more intertwined than you’d think. Interestingly, Missoni’s founder is a former Olympic hurdler alongside his distinctions as an iconic Italian designer. This ties in brilliantly with adidas heritage and the results of the collaboration are forward thinking whilst still evolved from heritage. Check out an interview with Missoni’s creative director via Hypbeast here and you can buy the full collection online... Read More
Designed around the idea of freedom of movement and the need for that in rock climbing, Mike Graham founded Gramicci over 30 years ago. Today the brand is still designed on those principles and from El Capitan to Kalymnos, Gramicci has been worn on some of the toughest climbing routes in the world. Although each new collection explores different colourways and fabrics, it’s a study of the body’s unique kinetics and scientific cuts that keeps Gramicci so original. This season we’re delighted to present Gramicci for Spring ’19. It’s now... Read More
Polar Skate Co. is an energetic brand fusing a skate team, hardware and a full line of apparel each season. Some of the freshest skaters in the world lend their name to the Polar squad and the brand is headed up by Pontus Alv, an inimitable character in the scene. It’s Alv’s graphics that often bring the clothing to life with off-beat drawings making their way on to t-shirts and sitting next to super slick apparel. More than just another skate brand Polar Skate Co has become a real benchmark... Read More
This season Folk have worked with Yorskhire born painter Alfie Kungu. His inimitable and abstract take on the ordinary works brilliantly across a selection of items made with Folk’s usual attention to detail. Check out some shots of Alife wearing the collection in his studio and head over to Folk’s site for a great interview talking about what lead to the collaboration and how he stays creative. Read more here.
Born and raised in Portland, Columbia has been making fantastic outdoor gear for over 70 years. It’s a brand out of the Pacific North West so it’s fair to say they know a thing or two about the weather. It’s the brand’s environment that allows it to create with such passion and whether you hike, ride, fish or surf it’s enjoying the outdoors when Columbia really comes into play. Today Columbia products are available across the world and we’re delighted to offer it to you this season. Columbia is now... Read More