Independently I adore the innovation Nike and Stone Island bring to fashion and streetwear in particular. So one would assume that I’d be quite excited about the second instalment of their ongoing collaboration; that’d be a correct assessment to some extent.
I’m not completely sold that both companies are fully dedicated to this project. To me it doesn’t seem to bring anything new to the table. Is it anything more than a portable Nike Windrunner? I’m not convinced but one thing is for sure; this yellow jawn is FUEGO.
One more thing, this can be folded in to a portable side bag when it’s not rainy or windy.
DC comics has delved in to the fashion world and decided to a collaboration with Parisian style kingdom Colette. Various designers will be taking part in the collaboration to represent a different super hero. The bags shown in this post are the first from the collection and are done by Pierre Hardy. Julien David has also done pieces representing the most famous comic book hero of all time. Read More
Nom De Guerre has been a brand that regardless of the changes in trends has stayed true to there military theme. As you can see from the pictures in there look book there Fall line will feature more of the same. Read More
I don’t usually appreciate brands which are stuck in between being high fashion designer brands and your basic street wear brand, however I’ll make an exception for Junk De Luxe. The brand manages to mix formal and street wear clothing together pretty effectively by giving a little extra attention to tailoring detail and fit, with that they throw a little dash of indie rock in and there you have it, a Junk De Luxe garment. Read More
I spoke of how great Christian Lacroix was for still doing haute couture, whilst all other designer brands are concentrating on making money. However there is a down side to this, it’s harder to make money. I was reading this brilliant article from the wall street journal. It taught me a few things. One of them being Christian Lacroix, even whilst making brilliant clothing like the dresses in my previous post, in it’s 22 years has never made a profit. It’s actually a tragedy in a way. The article is a great read by the way people.
I like Garbstore for a few reasons. One of them being that it’s as British as crumpets and tea. The other reason being they always make really good quality clothes with great classic designs. Read More
Post has nothing to do with the film, which by the way is an example of sheer excellence. However it does have something to do with the city of lights because it was Paris fashion week a few days ago. You know the deal by now. Read More