Here’s a look at some of the upcoming June releases from Casio’s G-shock watch line. There’s nothing too exciting in this releases other than new colors in the same models we’ve been accustomed to over the past few seasons. However, there is one interesting thing to look out for: the carbon fiber infused G-Lide models. You can find a few more looks after the jump and expect to start seeing these at retailers soon.
Heads up Staple(STPL) fans, the second installment of Spring and Summer 2010 goods is in full effect. As we mentioned in the previous posts, the theme is Econ Major and it’s interesting to see how the company carries this into their cut & sew items. This includes a few jackets, chambray button up shirts, and the Schultz Guayabera Shirt. The quality and materials were handled in Japan, so you’re getting a really great product. Everything is available now at the Reed Space.
Source: The Reed Space
A special bike event took place this weekend and Futura decided to stock some items outside of this own brand on the website. There’s also full coverage of the fixed gear ride through some hills, alongside the ocean, and even playing polo. As for the Reload bags, they’re sturdy as hell and hand painted. Canvas makes up most of the exterior and the plastic buckles give you quick access. You can catch some more pictures of how large they actually are after the jump.
This past weekend, Fitted Hawaii released a pack as an ode to the New York Yankees and their very own Hawaiian flag. The first item is the Red and Blue Kamehameha fitted cap which features a White button, Green underbill, and White button on top. Next is the NY fitted cap in a classic Navy colorway with a customized Red button. Last is a t-shirt which has the Hawaiian flag printed on the back and the Fitted logo on the front. These are limited to 30 pieces so act fast.
Source: Fitted Hawaii
Supreme‘s latest snapback is derived from the same print used in their latest collaboration with Vans. The bleached denim used for the Era and the Sk8 Hi Mid is once again employed here for a perfect summer snapback. The branding takes cues from Supreme’s older collections and features a minimal red Supreme logo tag at the brim. The snapback is out now at Supreme stores in New York and Los Angeles.
Converse in Japan takes the venerable Chuck Taylor All Star Hi and All Star Low and have run wild; adding new facets to the old favorite. June sees the classic canvas sneaker paired against a multiple Cheetah prints, and being reincarnated with slick patent leather. The collection runs from simple to bold, and easily allows one to express their mood through a casual pair of sneakers.
colettes collaboration with DC Comics will see legendary fashion icons creating remarkable products for the boutique. The first to debut their work is Pierre Hardy and Julien David. The duo has taken the Superman motif to the next level with their briefcase and tote. Other collaborations will include Alexis Mabille for The Joker, Balmain and Lanvin for Batman, Karl Lagerfeld for The Green Lantern, Sonia Rykiel and Maison Michel for Wonderwoman, Thierry Lasry for Plastic Man, Repetto for Flash, and Roger Vivier for Catwoman.
Mishka‘s Brooklyn based 350 Broadway gallery will play host to a series of work from Coop from Los Angeles. The show will consist of work inspired by Coop’s recent collaboration with Nag Nag Nag on his Boryoku Genjin figure. Look for two limited edition tees, and a signed print to be issued to commemorate the show. The tees are currently exclusive to Mishka Brooklyn, and the show runs from June 4th to July 16th.
Moving toward the cleaner and simpler aesthetic are A Bathing Ape‘s (BAPE) two latest entries for Spring and Summer. Gone are the days of patent leather sneakers, and in its place is the new Simple Sta. The shoes feature a moccasin style toe box, and come in a range of classic work boot colors. The off-white outsole and the braided laces completes the look. The work inspired look of the Simple Sta will go perfectly with Bape’s new canvas backpack. The backpack uses a minimalistic silhouette that contrasts thick canvas, with premium leather.
From the looks of Crooks & Castles Summer 2010 collection it seems the SoCal street wear label plans to spend a lot of time around the marina. The latest collection has an array of nautical themed graphic tees, a gamut of colorful shorts, a range of fitteds and snapbacks, and a classic khaki windbreaker. And of course there are some Gucci inspired products, too. Check out Crooks latest entry into Summer 2010 at a retailer near you.