Thursday, 24 December 2015

Adidas Unveils 3D Printed Prototype Kicks

Adidas and Parley for the Oceans have teamed up to create one of the first ever 3D printed retail shoes. Parley for the Oceans, a charity supporting the fight against ocean waste have helped Adidas to create the prototype kicks that are built off of the yarns and filaments collected from ocean waste. The pair are still in concept phase but don't be surprised if you see these on the shelves of many stores in the coming year.

Wednesday, 23 December 2015

Marcelo Burlon Drops New Slides

Italian label Marcelo Burlon have looked further than the winter season and into there 2016 Summer and Spring collection. Within the collection, the label dropped two pairs of pool slides called Maipu and Tacuarembo. The design features Marcelo Burlon's classic patterns and themes that are found across their products and brings a fresh new vibe to the slide game. The slides will cost you $106 if you want to cop a pair but you'll have to wait a while till the sun starts to shine again before you put on a pair of these.

Yeezy Collection in 2015

Kayne West team up with Adidas Originals saw one of the most exclusive collaboration in the fashion industry. Particularly, the Yeezy line kicked off in the sneaker game with the drops of the Yeezy 350 and 750s. The shoes were dropped hot as many customers lined up to get their hands on the exclusive product. The clothing line didn't hit as hard but still provide a unique look to the industry. Overall, with the upcoming release of the Tan Yeezy 350, here are the cops personal favorites of all the hottest products from the collaboration this year. 

Alex Wang branches into Jewlery with Debut Collection

American Fashion Designer Alexander Wang launched his first ever line of jewelry. The first evidence of the line included it's feature at New York's Fashion Week this summer but studio photo's were released just recently. The designer dropped two bracelets, both showing off the same theme of locks and chains. These bracelets are not cheap either with both boasting plated palladium and 24-karat gold shaping the design of the lock. Overall the bracelets provides a clean and fresh look but comes at a hefty price from $295 to $525 and is available to purchase at

Video Feature: "Sold Out" - Supreme Reselling Documentary By Complex

The pop culture orientated Youtube channel Complex have upped their game after releasing a four part documentary of the resale business behind the Supreme clothing line. The Complex team exposed the dangers and demand of the brand and the repercussions and benefits of being a reseller by interviewing resellers of all ages and statures. Nonetheless, Complex's first documentary style video was beautifully produced and weather you're a supreme fan or not, it's well worth checking out.  

  'Sold Out: The Underground Economy of Supreme Resellers': Full-Length

Daniel Wellington's New Watchline: Dapper Collection

The Daniel Wellington Watch collection has reached a high level of popularity after the exposure of the brand by the likes of Helen Owen and Jairwoo. Nonetheless off of the success of there previous watch collections, DW have released another watch line, the Dapper Collection. The Dapper collection features two watches with the same dial, case and hands. The white dial is continued from previous collections although this time roman numerals make up the dial ring. The second hand comes in a light blue that compliments the bezel of the watch that comes in either rose gold or silver. As for the band, the band comes in four colours of leather - Sheffield (Black), York (Dark Brown), Bristol (Light Brown) and St. Mawes (Tan). All of the colours come at the same price of $299 slightly higher than the brands previous collections.

Tuesday, 22 December 2015

The Greatest from Supreme: Fall/Winter 2015

On the brink of the new year and the festive season, supreme fans have been anticipating the drop of the fall/winter season releases from the brand. Although the majority of the brands fans will only be able to ever see these items in digitally or on some else nevertheless the best of the lines drops and releases should still be checked out for whatever cause. 

#1: Timberland x Supreme x Comme Des Garcons

Price: £160

The release of a second Timberland and Supreme Boot another shocked the game as Supreme had released a similar shoe just a year before that had been picked up quick. This collab replicated the shoe and presented yet another opportunity for supreme fans to cop the fresh boot. The release dropped in both the classic construction colourway and the all black look.

The boot incorporates the Timberland's iconic rugged look with the finish of Supreme famous box logo and CDG's classy dotted pattern as well as the collab titled on the brim of the shoe.  

#2: Supreme x Schott Hooded Shearling 

Price: £899

The collab between Supreme and Schott Clothing brought one of Supreme's most expensive drop yet. The release of the Hooded Shearling brought the price tag of eight hundred and ninety-nine pounds. The coat brings the class of the sheep skin suede shown on the exterior and shows off the straight old school look that the interior fur brings. 

#3: Supreme x Harris Tweed Camp Cap

Price: £59

 Lastly the Harris Tweed Collab brought a fresh and simple old school look with the Harris Tweed Camp Cap. Made in a variety of different colours and from Harris Tweed's wool, the hat resembles a five panel design that was popular throughout the release and sold fast.