Stussy x Patta – Following the teaser pictures from earlier, Stussy and Patta finally unveil the lookbook for their special collaboration. The project was created to commemorate Patta’s ten years in the menswear industry and has Stussy iconography blended with the Amsterdam-based retailer’s logo. The collection is set to feature co-branded streetwear staples as well as hip-hop classics like the leather bucket hat, and a long fishtail parka. The collection is to set to drop at Patta and select Stussy chapter storse on January 23.
Baster of California x ato – Baxter of California and Japan’s ato has teamed together to produce the “Night Ritual” scented candle. This specialty candle arrives with a packaging decorated in black, gold, and midnight navy. The candle has a rich scent when not lit, and is capable of filling a room with deep citrus when it is. The candle is available for $80 USD and will be up for sale starting January 27 alongside books written by ato’s designer Atou Matsumoto.
KITH “Coat of Arms” – KITH’s latest collection has been dubbed “Coat of Arms” and alongside the various collaborative PUMA’s is a collection of apparel. Skipping the usual athletic aesthetic the “Coat of Arms” collection features finely detailed tech pants, oxford button-downs, and a technical winter jacket. The line is set to debut in Paris starting January 16, and will eventually make it’s way into the KITH store in NYC and their online shop.
Eastpak 2014 Spring/Summer – Eastpak has been making bags for over half a century. Their humble history started with the US military and their quality has elevated them to high fashion designers. The Spring and Summer collection looks to experiment with bold colors and prints as it sticks to archival favorites. The lookbook showcases the ranges of bags with help from bloggers across the globe with Street Etiquette’s Joshua Kissi, Italian blogger Simone Monguzzi, and UK stylist Ayishat Akanbi.
Saucony “Grid 9000” – Saucony has always been the secret of the avid runner, but 2014 seems like the year for the sneaker manufacturer to break out of the shadows. The latest edition of their “Grid 9000” is an ode to clean aesthetic. The green and black suede and nylon uppers sit on a white and black midsole that is punctuated by a distinct gum outsole. This runner also arrives with a new lacelock system that gives the venerable classic an updated look.