New Balance is certainly gaining traction in many cities as sneakerheads start to discover the understated athletic footwear company. In particular, these MT580 styles have proven to be a great sneaker to wear, as it is comfortable and durable for shopping, jogging, or hiking. General releases can be slightly plain at times, but this red/black/grey pair should be fitting for most wardrobes. The classic athletic tones work perfectly, with a hint of red on the shoelaces, logos, heel panel, under tongue, and outer sole, contrasting against the monochromatic upper. Head over to Feature Sneaker Boutique in Las Vegas to pick up these kicks.
Feature Sneaker Boutique
3735 Spring Mountain Road #205 | Map
Las Vegas, NV, 89102
TEL #: 702-463-3322
After a quick teaser, Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues unveils a much more comprehensive look into the highly anticipated follow-up to the original cult classic. The whole cast is back and up to their no-good and often questionable shenanigans which should provide some consistent comic relief and interest when it hits the silver screen on December 20, 2013.
What released in conjunction with the 2012 Summer Olympic Games last year, Fabolous most recently decided to pull out a pair of his Air Jordan VI (6) “Olympic” sneakers.
Dressed in his “bloodyredleathersweats” (Isn’t it Summer though?), Fabolous keeps things coordinated with a patriotic tee that dons leather trimmings in navy which also match up perfectly with the kicks that had everyone in a frenzy last Summer. Where are your Olys now?
Check out a full shot of Fabolous in his Jays below and keep it here at Sneaker Files for more Celebrity Sneaker Watch news and updates.
A nice round up of events at Hermès Festival de Metiérs in London’s Saatchi gallery. A look behind the scenes at the making of some of the companies most popular accessories. Having visited the exhibition ourselves we can confirm that putting together an expensive watch takes the steadiest of hands and the tiniest of tweezers, an incredible opportunity to see some carefully honed skills in action. PORT take us through the exhibition in this smart little film, press play.
PORT Look Back at Hermès Festival de Metiérs in London is a post by Lena Dystant on Selectism.
Nike try and stay true to a ‘no exotic materials’ policy when constructing their kicks, despite the clear demand, and that means customisers have come through to fill the gap with uber premium fitouts. We’ve seen Just Don and JBF Customs stamping their name on the snakeskin sneaker game with a slithery slew of custom jobs, and now young blood Snaphigh is sinking his teeth into the scene with this Air Jordan 11. The famous glossy patent leather that shines from heel-to-toe has been slathered in bumpy black snakeskin, resulting in a true reptilian J. What do you think of this snakey custom trend? Images via Snaphigh.
The World Tour t-shirt from Stussy is as iconic as their logo. It signals the worldwide appeal of Stussy, and they have added two new versions to the World Tour family called Fade World Tour t-shirts. Conceived by Stussy Japan, these items are sold exclusively at Stussy Japan stores only. Furthermore, the black version will only be available at Stussy Chapters in the island of Kyushu. On the other hand, the white version will be available throughout rest of Japan, except in Kyushu. Both of the designs will be sold simultaneously from today, Wednesday, June 19. If you are outside of Japan, it might be possible to grab these garments on Stussy Japan online shop and at Stussy in ZOZOTOWN.
Presented by Swire Properties and Above Second Gallery, last weekend saw one of Hong Kong’s largest street art exhibition with international artists and local talents teaming up to redecorate the walls of a deducted office space in TaiKoo Shing. With the aim to alter the perspectives of artistic credibility in the realm of street art, Australian artists Rone, Meggs and Beastman were joined by Vhils of Portugal, Victor Ash of Denmark, and Cyrcle and Cannonball Press of USA. Employing a variety of artistic techniques and disciplines, the artists took over the mundane space with aplomb dexterity. The short above shows the three Australian artists find time to explore Hong Kong, paint and get festive despite of their tight schedules. We also get a glimpse at the launch party where plenty of drinking, dancing and impromptu bombing added to the exhilarating evening.
Christopher Shannon harks back to the era of super clubs and badly designed flyers for his latest collection. Spring Summer 2014 “celebrates the anything-goes era of Liverpool & Manchester clubs like Cream, Garlands and Paradise. Influences are drawn from the experimental, post-rave, pre-high street club clothing, updated for our time.” New Era mesh bucket hats, translucent rubber shorts in fluorescents, superb Liberty fabrics in zip heavy outerwear, Kickers remixed and plenty of that laddish flavour you’d expect from Shannon, so much to enjoy.
Rave Days Revisited: Christopher Shannon Spring Summer 2014 is a post by Lena Dystant on Selectism.
Hanon have once again teamed up with Saucony for another Shadow 5000 x Master Control hybrid. This time around the Scottish sneaker store has looked to the darkness of the deep night for inspiration, colouring up the sneak in shadowy thunder blue and purple pig suede, black paneling and perforated leather, then pulling it all together with aquatic blue satin lining and 3M hits for night vis. The Midnight Runner will hit the streets on Saturday June 29th through Hanon.