Posted in Clothing, Stone Island, Streetwear, Supreme
Tagged 2015, Cap, Jacket, Outerwear, Spring Summer, Stone Island, Supreme, T-Shirt, Tela Stella
British fashion designer Neil Barrett appeases to those out there that are both fans of fashion and science-fiction with the Neil Barrett White Darth Yoda T-shirt. Using the classic white tee as a canvas, Barrett prints a split-tear graphic featuring Star Wars‘ fictional characters representing the polar opposites in the good-vs-bad spectrum of the franchise’s universe: Darth Vader and Yoda. Keeping things clean save for the T-shirts title and “Neil Barrett” text on the back, the White Darth Yoda T-shirt will have you prepped early for this year’s Episode VII – The Force Awakens release in December
Drawing on nearly 10 years experience living and working in London’s Soho district, Roux. founder Greg White and those involved with the label continue to be inspired by the people, architecture and style that embody the area and seek to imbue their clothes with the same unique qualities. Roux.’s presence has been achieved in partnership with advertising agency Kastner & Partners in London, by using the agency’s creative strength and resources to bring the label’s vision to market.
adidas Skateboarding have teamed up with London’s Palace Skateboards to present the Benny Fairfax Skate Copa jersey. The Skate Copa campaign is a skateboarding story told through a football lens and is adidas Skateboarding’s tribute to the brand’s football heritage. In the lead up to summer, the six jerseys created in collaboration with Skate Copa will gradually be released. Designed as a remake of the World Cup 1966 jersey when England won, the Skate Copa jersey features a number seven on the back for reasons only Benny Fairfax himself knows. Stay tuned for more iterations
Stussy takes a look back at its own history with the release of the “All The Logos” tee for Spring 2014. Available in either white or black, the short-sleeve T-shirt displays some of the streetwear icon’s oft-seen logos from the past three decades – everything from a graffiti tag, skull-and-crossbones graphic, and crest to designs like the “Stussy International,” “Stussy Athletics,” and “Big 4″ imagery make appearances throughout. Stussy’s “All The Logos” tee is now available via special mail order from its Japanese web store and is set to ship this May.
French brand A.P.C. teams up with Parisian design studio M/M on a collection of T-shirts for Spring/Summer 2014. Comprised of Mathias and Michael, the two added their own messages to A.P.C.’s tees through the use of customized typeface and graphics. In the past, the design duo has worked with Björk, Madonna, Kanye West, Nicolas Ghesquière, Yohji Yamamoto, Jil Sander, Calvin Klein, Stella McCartney and Riccardo Tisci, and now the two add their flair for fashion to A.P.C.’s latest offerings. Look for the collaborative collection HERE