Monday, February 11, 2019

First Look of Girls Don't Cry x HUMAN MADE T-Shirt Collaboration

Paulo Wallo of Rare Panther teased images of a new upcoming collaboration between Girls Don’t Cry and HUMAN MADE. The black shirt featured Girls Don’t Cry’s patent script within a red heart in between HUMAN MADE’s logo. A previous photo shared by Wallo also showed The Internet’s Steve Lacy rocking the collab t-shirt while speaking to the designer on FaceTime. 
Most recently, The Girls Don’t Cry x Nike SB Dunk Low and apparel releaed at Osaka’s SPOTAKA Skate Shop today (Feb. 9), but will do a wider release in the near future. via

Heavyweight football club Paris Saint-Germain first teamed with Jordan Brand last year, launching a multi-year exclusive collaboration that guarantees the Jumpman logo on PSG’s third and fourth kits. The second round of collaborative gear has emerged just in time for the club’s upcoming Champion’s League match in Manchester, sporting monochrome color-blocked patterns.
Various athletic essentials are executed in white, with black accents for contrast. PSG and Jordan Brand logos intermingle for “PARIS” branding, standing apart from each other on T-shirts, pants and a hooded jacket, with the familiar red, black and white stripe adding a slight color pop to hoods and hat straps. The club’s “Ici c’est Paris” slogan provides another graphic touch, embroidered on the rear of a white curved-brim cap and a BCFC SS Replica shirt, the latter of which also sports a “JORDAN 23” print on the rear.
The new PSG are already on NIKE France’s site and will likely hit the Nike US web store shortly after. Check out BSTN‘s imagery of the other pieces from the collection below.
Elsewhere, PSG dropped a series of kits exclusively for Chinese New Year. via

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

The Diamond Supply Co. x Coca-Cola “Coke White” Collection

 Diamond Supply Co.’s cheekily-named “Coke White” capsule collection, in collaboration with Coca-Cola, naturally consists of clean, white pieces with barely-there Diamond Supply Co. and “Coke” branding. The only exception are the “Paint Splatter” socks, with “Diamond Blue” and deep purple flecks, as well as the Diamond logo alongside the iconic red Coca-Cola logo. via

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