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1.18.16 :: Brain Dead, 3sixteen, Astro Boy

1.18.16 :: Brain Dead, 3sixteen, Astro Boy

By Peter

Brain Dead x Dover Street Market – Brain Dead and Dover Street Market’s cozy relationship reaches another level as the two brands create a small art installation to go with the latest drop. WORLD UPDATE is a collaborative venture that starts with a small apparel collection and includes printed silk scarves, collectible prints, and other exclusive products. The art installation is currently up at the Dover Street Market London location, but the apparel collection is available online.

Source: Dover Street Market

 

Air Jordan Retro 12 Valentines Day – Jordan gears up for Valentines Day with an exclusive for all lady Jordan fans. The Grade School (GS) release of the Air Jordan Retro 12 comes in a feminine pink and white colorway. The white leather uppers is contrasted with hot pink overlays and a bold pink outsole. Look for this Valentines Day edition of the Retro 12 to drop Saturday, February 6.

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Stussy Spring Logo Cap – Stussy is borrowing a page from Ralph Lauren’s Polo playbook for Spring and Summer 2016. The warmer seasons call for hats and Stussy obliges with a simple logo cap that features the Stussy script logo across the crown. Using a familiar canvas the design is minimal and clean, and available in an array of colorways. The collection of canvas logo caps are available in Stussy retailers now.

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Astro Boy x A Bathing Ape – A Bathing Ape’s (BAPE) affinity for anime unfolds in 2016 with a collaborative project with Astro Boy. The half-robot boy is highlighted in a full-zip hoodie that blends the BAPE shark motif with a glow-in-the-dark electronic schematic. The futuristic theme is carried on by a series of graphic T-shirts that mix BAPE logos with nostalgic comic book drawings. The highly anticipated collection is set to drop this Saturday, January 23.

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Opening Ceremony – Kanye and Travis Scott has proved that tour merchandise is big business, and Opening Ceremony takes that momentum to take on a new clever perspective on classical music. Using familiar themes and graphics across tour merchandise, Opening Ceremony re-imagines pieces with classical artists such as Beethoven, Bach, Tchaikovsky and Debussy. From graphic T-shirts to sweatpants, this small collection is an interesting take on merchandising, and is available in Opening Ceremony stores now.

Source: Opening Ceremony

3sixteen Heavyweight Crewneck – With winter in full force, the trick to staying warm is layering. 3sixteen has a pretty good method with their new crewneck made from a ultra hefty 500gsm fleece. Using a custom knit from Canada the fleece is soft, yet thick for durability; it’ll wear in nicely over the years. Besides the premium materials the crewneck also offers hidden side gusset pockets, and will be available in heather grey and black.

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Window Seat Please – With print magazines dying a slow death, there is a resurgence in small publishings like Window Seat Please by Karl Hab. The zine chronicles Hab’s travel around the world as he photographs for publications such as Hypebeast, Highsnbobiety, Purple, and many more. The rare set of photos retraces his plane trips, and only 50 copies have been published for release. Live through Hab’s ten years of travel by heading over to colette for a copy.

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adidas Originals NMD Primeknit – adidas continues to slay the premium runners market with the release of the NMD Primeknit R1. The exclusive runner begins with a black and white Primeknit upper, and sits on a comfortable boost sole. The futuristic look of the running sneaker is further punctuated with the LEGO-looking structural overlays in the midsole. The blocks go entirely across the sole to provide a stiffer and more cushioned ride. Expect this exclusive runner to be available at select adidas Original retailers January 30.

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