The Spring/Summer 2014 season marks the ten year anniversary of Jeremy Scott‘s collaboration with adidas Originals, and this time the designer has taken inspiration from the streets of London. Using a pearl embroidery tradition which was popular in the 1970s, the collection features pearl buttons hand-stitched onto heavyweight jackets and tracksuit bottoms. In keeping with the English theme, Union Jacks have been incorporated into the collection, with the designer even making a guest appearance with a Union Jack painted face on a graphic-print T-shirt. Other recurring motifs include a winged dollar sign, floral and leopard prints, all of which are updated for the upcoming season.
adidas Originals by Jeremy Scott Spring/Summer 2014 Lookbook is a post by Marta Sundac on Highsnobiety.
SOPHNET. works once again with footwear brand SPECTUSSHOECO. This time around they’ve taken the classic wing tip blucher shoe and given it a seasonal makeover for Spring/Summer 2014. Sticking to what they do best, SPECTUSSHOECO. fused new technology with a heritage shoe style using a system similar to the Puma Disc Blaze. SOPHNET. then took the silhouette and outfitted it in four colorways, including pale grey, navy, beige and pale blue camouflage, all of which feature suede uppers.
SOPHNET. x SPECTUSSHOECO. Wing Tip Blucher Shoes is a post by Maude Churchill on Highsnobiety.
New Era’s Heritage Series is a selection of hand-picked premium silhouettes and styles that have been chosen for their innovation, creativity, importance and moments in time. In 1934, New Era was the first company to bring a high quality, handcrafted uniform cap to baseball. Thus, the “1934” collection is a testament to the brand’s long-standing commitment to quality and their authentic history with Major League Baseball. The New Era Heritage Series “1934” collection will be available beginning February 28 at select stockists.
New Era Heritage Series “1934” Collection is a post by Brian Farmer on Highsnobiety.
The Nike Air Tech Challenge and Air Tech Challenge II redefined tennis shoes when the silhouettes first made their debut. While remaining lighter than most low top tennis shoes of its time, the ATC II’s synthetic leather upper allowed it to withstand the sport’s rigorous back and forth while an external molded heel counter improved the fit and provided additional comfort. Staying true to the heritage that made it legendary, Nike will be re-releasing the classic silhouette in all of its original glory. The Nike Air Tech Challenge II “Hot Lava” will be available January 24 at Nike and select retailers.
Nike Air Tech Challenge 2 “Hot Lava” is a post by Brian Farmer on Highsnobiety.
Earlier this month during Agenda, Primitive Apparel co-owner Paul Rodriguez had the opportunity to catch up with hip-hop legend Nas. In this insightful clip, the Nike SB team rider shows his admiration for the artist and his new footwear boutique, 12am Run, and speaks on the possibility of forthcoming collaborations between the two brands.
Primitive Apparel presents Nas and Paul Rodriguez at Agenda Emerge is a post by Brian Farmer on Highsnobiety.
adidas Originals presents the “Oil Spill” pack for Spring/Summer 2014 featuring three classics, the Enforcer, Tech Super and Stan Smith. Taking monochrome to an entirely new level, the classic silhouettes sport a rich Italian leather that has been specially treated for a kaleidoscopic oil finish. A bold new take on the monochrome color scheme, the adidas Originals Spring/Summer 2014 “Oil Spill” pack will be available at select stockists and online beginning February 1.
adidas Originals Spring/Summer 2014 “Oil Spill” Pack is a post by Brian Farmer on Highsnobiety.
Amid the clattering bustle of a small resort town packed street-to-screen with the film industry, two art galleries are providing a different option for the artistic influx that temporarily inhabits Park City, Utah. This year at Sundance, pop-ups “SPACE” and “recordOutboundLink(this,…
Reebok‘s Insta Pump Fury, by far one of the most idiosyncratic sneaker designs to date, turns 20 this year. To commemorate this special event, the British athletic brand is about to rerelease the sneaker as part of the Reebok Classic lineup in its OG colorway. Look for the eye-catching model to drop on January 31 at select retailers across the globe.
Reebok Classic 20th Anniversary Insta Pump Fury OG is a post by Fritz Radtke on Highsnobiety.
And we’re back with the first Buyer’s Guide feature of 2014. After a winter of indulgence, both gastronomically and financially, it’s time to reign ourselves in. There’s nothing more bleak than having to consign ourselves to the rest of the winter without any new purchases, so just make sure that anything you buy is justifiable for successful guilt-free shopping. Accessories are far too often forgotten about but the chances are if you have a brand new duffel bag worthy of your gym gear, it just might make you get out and hit the gym a little bit more often. To make things even easier for you and your budget, we’ve found 20 duffel bags all coming in at around $100, which means there’s not a single one over $200.
Buyer’s Guide: 20 Affordable Duffel Bags is a post by Maude Churchill on Highsnobiety.
Based on the Big Bang Jeans for women, Hublot unveils the men’s version featuring dark blue denim as a covering on the dial of a Big Bang Chronograph 44-mm model. Constructed of micro-blasted black ceramic, the model is completed by a strap in denim sewn onto black rubber. The timepiece is equipped with an HUB4100 self-winding chronograph movement with 252 components and is water resistant to 100 meters. Limited to 250 pieces, you can pick up yours at select Hublot boutiques.
Hublot Big Bang Jeans Chronograph is a post by Brock Cardiner on Highsnobiety.