Adidas Originals present the “Made in Germany” pack for Spring 2015. The pack consists of two iconic figures of the brand: Stan Smith and the ZX 500, revisited in monochrome black and white cream, handmade in Germany and with a tongue embossed with a deer’s head.
The white sneakers will be available in select boutiques on March 7, while the black don’t go on sale until May 23.
Today we show you the new sneakers signed Yohji Yamamoto and adidas. Toggle Boost low-top is available in two styles, one black and white and the other more colorful and spring with coral keys and blue on a cream background. Both pairs use of mesh, suede and even smooth leather for black and white model, the two intermixed with black elastic laces. These laces are also the particularity to tighten the heel. The look of these low-top Toggle Boost is finally a thick white textured sole. Luxury sneakers, these Y-3 Toggle low-top Boost are available via SneakerBoy $ 445.
Discover below the exclusive capsule collection of the Copenhagen-based lifestyle brand “Wood Wood”, The collection revisits the great classics like coach jacket, polo and tennis dress. Wood Wood have created a line of fashion-forward activewear in collaboration with heritage American sportswear brand Champion. It’s been created exclusively for Urban Outfitters as part of a project which features capsule collections from Craig Green and Timo Weiland, too. The seven-piece range includes both men’s and womenswear. The full range is available now from the Wood Wood webstore.
Danish brand Libertine Libertine always manages to mix codes of streetculture and scandinavian chic in a subtile way.
This season, we discover with pleasure “Dog day sunrise” their new collection with minimalistic lines and strong and colours and patterns for the most graphic effects. One thing is sure, these boyish looks make us more and more in love with Libertine Libertine.
We bring you some cool things by presenting the first lookbook of the young Parisian brand Jour/né for this Spring / Summer 2015 created by three friends (Leah Lou and Jerry), Jour/né wants both casual and sophisticated through the creation of a women’s dressing room daily, Monday to Sunday!
For now Jour/né is available at Colette and Au Bon Marché in Paris, but e-shop should be released very soon.
“Vulgaire is a born and bred Parisian clothing brand designed by Nais Haoraude Ruisseaux and Marie-Bulle Baladi. Started in 2014 the line draws its inspiration from the rustic, subcultural allure of the Parisian streets in the northern districts. Thier first collection employs the use of graphic motifs inspired by food, oriental & north-african culture.
Using high quality fabric, produced and assembled in Paris, both designers attempt to add a edgy element to designs that might easily be overlooked in the average down, dirty and gritty Parisian neighbourhood markets.
The philosophy behind VULGAIRE is to reconnect the Parisian fashion world with the roots of contemporary Parisian culture. It means to break down the boundries between the nebulous, omnipresent exclusivity of the parisian fashion world and the authentic nature of cosmopolitan and urban street culture. Let avoid the repetition—these designers are here to shine a hopeful light of originality on a culture consumed by trends.”
Japanese streetwear brand “A Bathing Ape” presents the latest 2015 spring/summer women’s lookbook. Including of a variety of apparel pieces, detailed with signature Bape motifs. BAPE branding adorns the apparel offerings as headwear and backpack accessories complete the eclectic ladies collection. This stunning new collection is sure to keep you cute in the warmer weather! The collection to release in the upcoming spring season at the brand’sonline store.
Bassike‘s designers Deborah Sams and Mary-Lou Ryan presents a light and urban collection for Resort 2015. Shot in an empty pool with clean whites, fresh kicks, and varsity numbers to bring an interpretation of school days. They maintain its trademark of treading between highly structured cuts and tasteful sport-chic pieces with ease. The collection sets with its loose silhouettes and crisp colors (predominately white, grey and black) – Shop online: www.bassike.com
Epolet is a multifaceted studio based in Paris, which operates in areas as graphic or textile design.
The two girls composing Epolet who are Izaz & Igy, work with the desire of being more independant and alternative and textile design is definitely the best way.
Through their different artworks we can really feel this need of freedom and a big inspiration by 90’s patterns but always in a refined way.
Here is their collection #2 called “Swimming Labyrinth” which consists in beautiful printed square of silks with vibrant patterns, sold in cans ( certainly an eyewink to pop art).
Paris based handmade brand “Larose” (who, among others, designed the caps and visors “I love life” Jacquemus) and the Japanese shoe Pine team up to create a collection-capsule hats this winter. The line includes four cozy woolen caps Donegal Boa in shades of gray, brown and ecru, handcrafted.