White Mountaineering is taking their expertise in technical design and approaching accessories leader, Porter, for a collaborative project. Look for the backpack to use a jacquard geometric print. The bag will be available in a deep navy and a light blue. Look for the bags to release with the rest of the Spring and Summer 2013 collection.
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Steele Canvas has been making bags since the 1920′s and they have just been tapped by J.Crew for an exclusive tote. This handsome bag uses a thick and sturdy canvas and has leather reinforced bottoms. There is also a leather strap, and stainless steel hardware. Look for the bag to retail for $148 to be available at J.Crew now.
While Supreme opted to work with classic cartoon sailor Popeye, 10.Deep has elected for the antagonist. Look for the burly Brutus to appear in a limited collection of tees, hoodies, and headwear for 10.Deep. The collection has dropped in 10.Deep’s online store, and will be arriving at stockist shelves very soon.
Strange Times has recently released their Spring 2013 offerings entitled “The Charge of the Weird Brigade!” Freedom fighters, misfits, and lovers are all represented within five classic designs. These modern classics will go on to serve as war flags, symbols on the backs of the Weirdos that are leading the charge.
The collection is now available at their online shop.
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SUPRA has just released Jim Greco’s fifth signature shoe, the Hammer. The new low top combines the elegant simplicity of a classic casual shoe with the comfort and technology of a modern skate shoe.
The Hammer is a high performance, lightweight, low top skate shoe. The upper has a short eye stay, a long vamp, and minimal branding. And while the front of the cup sole tapers to provide the board feel of a vulcanized sole, the heel of the sole is outfitted with a lightweight, molded SUPRAFOAM midsole for superior impact absorption.
The shoe is now available for purchase at SUPRA’s online shop.
Denimheads can look forward to a new laundry bag courtesy of Levi’s and Unionmade. Using 100% selvedge denim Levi’s constructs a laundry bag that can carry everything but your jeans (Artisan denim is washed once a year). Look for the classic red line selvedge inseam in the details.
Stussy turns up the heat with a three way collaboration with Banana Board and Lance Mountain. The legendary turned artist and photographer uses one his famous characters for a couple of tees to be released with a mini-cruiser by Banana Board. Look for the exclusive tees and the skateboards at Stussy Chapter stores come February 2nd.
A Bathing Ape (BAPE) continues their direction as a lifestyle brand with a new project with Klean Kanteen. Look for the collaborative project to create a pint cup crafted from food-grade stainless steel. The BAPE logo is inscribed on the side and is sure to be the go-to cup when you plan your next camping trip.
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Brooklyn based headwear brand, Skulls released a new pack of 5-Panel caps. Constructed from vintage Ralph Lauren scarves, the three piece cap collection is limited to eighteen pieces each and can now be purchased exclusively through Skulls online shop for approximately $93.
To celebrate Lacoste‘s 80th anniversary, the brand has designed twelve limited edition custom polo kits. The kits include a small collection of art supplies along with the polo so you can design your Lacoste shirt DIY style. The limited edition kits will be dropped monthly through select Lacoste retailers worldwide. Make sure to ‘like’ Lacoste on facebook for more information in regards to exact release dates.