Supreme x Levi’s – Supreme is proving that projects with Levi’s is going to be an annual thing with another capsule collection with the storied San Francisco brand. The New York boutique skips the denim—and branding—this round in favor of a soft and durable moleskin. The popular trucker jacket arrives in three colorways with no branding on the exterior, and a large “Supreme” print in white on the inside. The three matching bottoms continues the minimalist branding theme by skipping any custom details. Look for the collection to drop at Supreme stores to drop in stores and online Thursday, November 5.
BAPE x ASICS – While most brands like to work with much older runners, A Bathing Ape (BAPE) teams up with ASICS to bring some shine to the Gel-Kayano trainer. The two Japanese brands come together with ASICS contributing their popular runners and BAPE draping the classics in their famous BAPE camouflage print. In addition to the recognizable print are pink highlights, and reflective 3M on the logo. The collection also includes the GEL-Lyte V and is due out this Holiday 2015 season.
KEF Muo Wireless Speaker – There isn’t much distinguishing one Bluetooth speaker from the next, so KEF decides to take a different approach. The Hi-Fi experts look to win customers over by enlisting the help of famous designer Ross Lovegrove. The new Muo Wireless Speaker is a smooth and sculpted device that comes equipped with the ripping sounds. Powered by the Uni-Q Point Source driver array and a new bass radiator the speaker is capable of booming base that is distortion-free. Connect to the speaker via Bluetooth or NFC, and expect a robust 12 hour battery life per charge.
Incase x Ari Marcopoulos – With photo credits with Supreme and other respected skate brands, Ari Marcopoulous has a following that quickly made his project with Incase one of the best selling camera bags. The minimalist and simple design is being followed up with a luxurious take. The latest limited edition bag arrives with full leather construction. The styling and functionality of the original bag comes unchanged with dedicated pockets for lenses, cleaning supplies, and other accessories. Haul all your gear in style with the premium calfskin leather with this tried-and-tested camera bag.
Nike Air Huarache Premium “Desert Camo” – Nike proves that camouflage doesn’t have to be just foliage with the latest Premium Air Huarache. The tactical look operators in the Middle East inspire the make-up of this comfortable runner. Using a neoprene base colored in sand and black, the leather beige overlays work well against the stark contrast in the black oustole. The runner offers a striking balance between two competing colors, and is one of the best looking Huarache colorways to date.
Bodega Fall/Winter 2015 – It’s not enough for sneaker shops to just push shoes, they’re now busy selling their own brand. One of the better concepts in the world of sneakers comes from Boston’s Bodega. For Fall and Winter 2015, Bodega begins with some logo graphic T-shirts and quickly moves on to athletic fleece, and a run of headwear. Inspired by the nineties, the collection is lighthearted and young. Available now from the Bodega store, or their online shop.
The North Face White Label – The North Face in the US is used and abused, while in Korea the brand is revered. The White Label follows the design direction of Japan’s Purple Label and places a great deal of class and refinement to outdoor goods. For Fall and Winter 2015 ,The White Label comes correct with a tonal utilitarian look that also manages to exude luxury. Using a base of beige, gray, and black the collection incorporates modern styling to commonplace outdoor gear.
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Palace x adidas – Sales must be real strong because adidas just included the coveted Boost technology to their partnership with Palace. The United Kingdom-based skate brand has had a strong following since its inception and it looks like their roster with adidas will continue to grow. For Fall 2015, expect to see the Pro Boost model, a running-inspired skate sneaker with perforated uppers and supported by the comfy cushioning of Boost. The Originals Pro also makes its debut with a streamlined minimalist look that is further enhanced by a heel cage. Both shoes are set to drop this Saturday, November 7.