‘ tag archiveCollabs’
Definitely THE collab you have to get quickly for this summer, even more if you are a sneakers collector. For may 2012 Kenzo teams up with Vans to rework the iconic Era in a Japanese flavour. The two creative directors from Kenzo, Humberto Leon and Carol Lim ware originally both fans of the californian skateboarding… Read more1 validationandno comment yet for this article.
Here is a collab I am pretty excited to introduce to you. Let us present this collaborative pair of jeans between two great denim brands: – Momotaro (which name comes from a folk Japanese hero), one of the most greatest jeaners of the world coming from Okayama, Mecca of denim – And Naked & Famous… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
I’m introducing you this collab between Vans and the Japanese designer Taka Hayashi. I really can’t make my mind up about those shoes. Actually they’re quite uncommon : shape of a derby mixed with sneakers features. However that may be, the more the edition is limited, the higher is the price. But then, we alway… Read moreno validationand1 comment for this article.
YMC offers us a magnificent collab with Gloverall. How could such brands have given us something crappy? Here’s the thing, they couldn’t, and they didn’t! This jacket represents how talented is Gloverall in producing quality outerwear, and shows us YMC skills in designing original pieces. Then we’ve got marks from both of them giving the… Read moreno validationand1 comment for this article.
In 2008, Adidas and Diesel collaborated for a denim collection. This season, they’re doing it again renewing 3 Adidas classics sneakers : the Forum Mid, the Stan Smith and the ZX700, all revisited by Diesel designers. Our favourite is the timeless Stan Smith, in a customized punk version with denim rivets and metal studs. The… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Something is charming from those Pro Keds x Play Cloths. This beige color mixed with a red lining, the striped sole, and some cool Play Cloths details. I’m under theyr spell. $61.95 ($125.00) from Karmaloopno validationandno comment yet for this article.