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1.23.14

1.23.14

By Peter

Lafayette x STASH – Japan based streetwear brand Lafayette borrows heavily from the street scene of New York. Besides naming the brand off of a famous street in Manhattan the Japanese label has taken on a collection with New York based graffiti legend STASH. Using elements of blue and white STASH creates a custom camouflage pattern that will be used across T-shirts, athletic fleece, and technical outerwear. There will also be a series of accessories that will take on this unique print. Expect the collection to drop at select retailers on February 8.

Source: PRIVILEGE

 

Isaora x Quiksilver – Quiksilver is built on surf, but along the way the SoCal based brand has taken its affinity for technical textiles and created a winter line. Most recently New York-based brand Isaora is having the action sports company create a collection of snowboarding goods. The custom print for the collection was developed by the legendary Jonathan & Fletcher studio in the Alps. Look for the print to be used thoroughly on the jacket and pants, and for subtle use on other accessories.

Source: Isaora

 

Diadora x Patta – With Diadora’s focus on soccer and running, the Italian sportswear maker is rarely echoed outside of Europe and South America. Things look to change as Patta elects the “N9000” from Diadora’s growing running collection for a select 10 year anniversary partnership. The smooth runner features Japanese suede, premium leather and nylon mesh for the uppers and will be incorporating Patta branding on the tongue and the heel. Look for this exclusive Patta edition of the “N9000” to be available this Saturday, January 25.

Source: Patta

 

Oliver Peoples for Monocle Magazine – The respected Monocle magazine has seen its share of exclusive projects, and the latest has the periodical laying claim to one of the most coveted names in eyewear. Olive Peoples creates a limited edition of the popular “Deacon” frame in an exclusive olive colorway. The spectacles will arrive with subtle Monocle branding at the temples, along with a custom cleaning cloth and case.

Source: Monocle

 

Reigning Champ x Everlast – With Everlast’s tradition in boxing and Reigning Champ’s not-so-subtle name it was only a matter of time before these two brands get together. The Vancouver based athletic fleece experts create a collection of pullover hoodies, sleeve-less crewnecks, T-shirts, and tanks based on Everlast’s contributions to the boxing world. The collection is made with extreme detail and built to endure the toughest gym sessions.

Source: Reigning Champ

 

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