Regarded as the “King of Fleece”, Reigning Champ offers up a few new drops from the brands spring summer 2011 collection. As expected, the quality of the garments with this small range is unmatched and includes their popular Jersey Knit Tee’s, Henley’s, hoodies, shorts and a run of graphic shirts as well all done up in tonal grays and deep blue color options. Take a closer look here
The news of the COMME des GARÇONS x CONVERSE Jack Purcell sneakers became available last month and the wait is finally over. Dover Street Market retail space and online store have gotten their hands on the long awaited sneakers. Basic and well rounded low cut silhouette is accented by either red or black Heart logo on the sides. Cotton canvas uppers will be ideal for the current season and these can accommodate your feet from beach parties to cocktail parties. Check after the jump for more photos and don’t hesitate as these may not last long.
Supreme does its part to aid the victim’s of the recent Japan tsunami disaster with its own benefit T-shirt. The design follows Supreme iconic box logo scheme with a rising sun backdrop and special message on the backside reading “Japan Earthquake Relief, March 2011, United We Stand”. The shirt will go on sale April 8th
Superga are celebrating their 100 year anniversary with a photoshoot with Alexa Chung for Spring Summer. Born in 1911 in Turin, Walter Martiny began producing rubber-soled footwear under the name Superga. By 1925 his designs had evolved with the use of vulcanised rubber soles and the Superga 2750 Heritage style was born. Already a fan of the brand, choosing the iconic 2750s as part of her everyday wardrobe, Alexa Chung came on board as the face of the new campaign for the centennial year.
Ya know everytime you go for a pen and you cant find one? well if you can find £3 grand easiser than this is the pen for you! Mont Blanc designed it for the The Away Project, that can be currently be bought in Colette. Check out the iPhone 4 by Colorware AMAZING!
Following on from the project in 2010, Karl Lagerfeld has again teamed up with Coca-Cola to apply his critique to a series of bottles. This time there are three designs, each of which rework Diet Coke and are inspired by Diet Coke heroines Bernadette, Eleanor and Irene.