Monday, August 29, 2016
Today we come across What The Shape, a brand bringing alive handmade items in the form of sneakers. We focus on the candles that they produce, which are beautiful works of art in the form of your favorite footwear. For now the brand seems to focus on the most popular Jordan Brand and Nike Basketball styles. All candles come in several colors and you can also do custom orders with What The Shape. via High Snobiety.com
Casio has taken the wraps off the newest additions to the ocean concept Gulfmaster series, the GWN-Q1000, representing the first G-Shock model to pack a Quad Sensor. Made to assist coast guard officers and other security and rescue marine personnel, the quad sensors feature an altimeter to measure altitude, a barometer to monitor atmospheric pressure to predict suddenly changing weather conditions, thermometer to check for changes in both air and water temperature, a compass to detect wind and tidal direction, and a gauge that measures current depth under water. The introductory models from the series take the form of the black and blue GWN-Q1000-1AJF and the white and blue GWN-Q1000-7AJF, both pictured below.
Shinola along with heritage sportswear purveyors Golden Bear, team up in offering this classic take on the timeless MA-1 flight jacket. This luxe rendition comes adorned in navy wool and features double-ended brass zippers with leather tab pulls, snap on side welt pockets, a zipper pocket detail on the sleeve, and wool rib trim, not to mention the bright orange quilted poly interior lining. Available now for purchase, check out Shinola’s web shop for more details. via Hypebeast.com
Saturday, August 20, 2016
The all-Jordan consignment shop known as Jordan Heads Brooklyn has teamed up with Globe to present a skate deck inspired by the Air Jordan 3 "Black/Cement." Featuring the iconic cement print on one side and a design inspired by vintage hip hop flyers on the other, the joint venture is a nod to the long-standing relationship between skaters and Jordans. Availability is limited to 85 decks and 23 completes. Get yours at jordanheads.com.
Supreme has long shown a willingness to recycle themes and motifs, and for Fall/Winter 2016, the longstanding streetwear pioneer goes all in on reflective detailing, a design trope that had been used sparingly in past collections. This time around, reflective elements are used across almost all categories, highlighted by an all-over execution on outerwear, backpacks and headwear, as well as a handy collapsible umbrella. via FreshnessMag.com