Now that the Jordan Future silhouette has officially made its retail debut, the folks over at Jordan Brand are already working on future releases. As you will see below, there are quite a few other colorways on the horizon. Aside from providing another quick peek at the “Volt” colorway, we’ve got a first look at the new navy blue, brown, and black iterations. Though the pics aren’t that clear, you will surely be able to make out each forthcoming release. Take another look after the jump and be sure to sound off in the comments section below.
Following up on a story we did about a week ago, today we have more detailed pictures of the Nike Air Raid in Black/White-Flint Grey. Here’s a little history about the retro sneaker (or as the story was told): Phil Knight (co-founder and chairman of Nike) left a note for Mark Parker (who is the third Chief Executive Officer of Nike) asking him to come up with an outdoor basketball shoe. That note then ended up at the desk of Tinker Hatfield and the rest is history. With “For Outdoor Use Only” branded at the heel of the sneaker, the upper and tongue is covered in Black leather with Flint Grey on the upper toe and crisscrossing straps. Finishing off the look is the White midsole.
Let us know what you think, do you plan on picking up the Nike Air Raid in Black/White-Flint Grey next month when they release at select Nike retailers such as FootLocker or Crooked Tongues?
Presented at this year’s Salone del Mobile, “Where Architects Live” is an exhibition highlighting the homes and dwellings of some of the world’s leading architects and designers. Included in the list of eight designers are familiar names like Zaha Hadid, Shigeru Ban, Daniel Libeskind, David Chipperfield and more, all of whom have opened up their homes for an intimate look at how they live. Check out some of the interiors above and head to designboom for a closer look.
Take a look at the new Underdog Collection by ROOK, available exclusively from PacSun. Aiming to bring a dark, street-inspired edge to a sports theme, the range features tees, a hoodie and a long sleeve shirt that truly push the boundaries. Just see for yourself in the gallery above.
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Los Globos was the place to be this past Saturday as Vans OTW celebrated the release of the “Block” Collection with several performances and product displays at their block party in Los Angeles.
Bringing out some of LA’s best talent such as Gaslamp Killer, Salva, Nosaj Thing, Groundislava, the night was highlighted by Schoolboy Q’s hour-long set and Them Jeans and Keltronix on the turn tables.
Check out images from the event below and look for the collection now through participating Vans OTW retailers.
The Onia brand of swimwear has offered its share of casual basics to compliment their swim trunks in past seasons, but Spring/Summer 2014 shakes up the basics offering. Onia’s swim program remains as strong as it has always been: their Calder 7.5-inch trunk is updated with wave patterns in black and navy as well as very strong Liberty art fabrics that are unique to these garments. The tops, especially the Jack dress shirts, are casual and proper in or out of swim trunks. Available online at Onia.
Onia Spring/Summer 2014 Featuring Liberty Prints and More is a post by Jeff Carvalho on Selectism.
A couple of days ago we finally revealed the release date of the UNDFTD x Nike Lunar Force 1 Pack, and today we have more detailed pictures of the two sneakers. Both the high and low Lunar Force 1 SPs have been modified with textured uppers. The highs are fitted with an Orange suede-like build and a houndstooth print on the ankle strap, while the lows are completely covered with the pattern. Both sneakers are finished with a speckled Lunarlon midsole and an Orange inside lining.
Don’t forget that both the high and low UNDFTD x Nike Lunar Force 1 will be available at Concepts online this Friday, February 28th. Let us know if you plan on picking up a pair or the entire pack after the pictures below.
March Madness is just around the corner and we have more pictures for the Air Jordan 1 Retro KO Rivalry Pack. The pack features the Air Jordan 1 Retro KO in two different colorways in a two tiered box. Each pair represents the school colors for the rival teams – Georgetown and UNC. We still don’t know the exact date this pack will release, but we have a feeling these will drop sometime around the upcoming NCAA Tournament next month.
In the mean time, enjoy the pictures and check back with Sneakerfiles as more information becomes available.
Parisian food imprint Fricote launch Issue 14 of their magazine. The front cover’s artwork by Zim&Zou opens up into a series of creatively-minded features that help create a link between art, design and food. Among the notable features are 3D printings of famous French chefs alongside their signature dishes, recipes with Bertrand Grébaut’s new place Clamato and the photo-driven Warsteiner series by Mathieu Vilasco. Check out Fricote Issue 14 select specialty newsstands globally.
Just a couple of days ago, we got a preview of the Kobe IX (9) Elite “All-Red,” and now we’ve got some more detailed pictures of the shoes. Nike is keeping steady with the red all over theme, following their recent release of the Nike Air Yeezy 2 “Red October.” The Kobe IX (9) Elite “All-Red” sees the knitted upper in a bold red, with a black base, with glowing outsoles. Still no details on a release, but stayed tuned and we’ll let you know soon! (Photos via Flight Club -CN)