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Takashi Kumagai for Reigning Champ – Photographer Takeshi Kumagai doesn’t just have an eye behind the lens he is also highly regarded in Japan for his style. His preference for a subtle and clean aesthetic is fitting as Vancouver-based Reigning Champ taps the Japanese photographer for a tailored blazer. Using Reigning Champ’s heavyweight fleece the blazer is a hybrid with a classic silhouette that is punctuated by athletic tones. The fleece blazer features a two-button closure, ribbed cuffs and collar, and dual welted waist pockets that match the patch chest pocket.

Source: Haven


Shinola Runwell Chronograph – The grit of Detroit is being galvanized by Shinola to create a new limited edition timepiece. The “Runwell” chronograph comes in a 41mm stainless steel case that is complimented by a timeless steel bracelet. Powering this fine watch is a reliable quartz movement that offers the date at 6, and chronograph functions. Look for the latest edition to the Shinola family to retail for $900.


Rogue Territory x Hollows Leather – Rogue Territory is constantly in the pursuit of keepsake accessories. Their journey has taken them to the doorstep of Nicholas Hollows and his Hollows Leather. Together these two brands create a unique card case that combines natural Chromexcel leather and a textile blanket. This new card case will be part of Rogue Territory’s Keep The Trade Alive: Artist Series and is available now.

Source: Rogue Territory

Nike SB x Diamond Supply Co. – The “Tiffany” Dunk Low SB rests in sneakerhead lore as one of the most coveted releases from Nike SB. The skate shoe elevated the perception of casual skate sneakers with its use of embossed crocodile leather and bright “Tiffany” blue. Diamond Supply Co. and Nike SB have decided to team up again for a new release of the classic, and opted for an identical make-up. The panels remain unchanged, but the shape has shifted from the low-cut to the high. Expect long lines when this exclusive releases in 2014.

Source: Highsnobiety


Stone Island Spring/Summer 2014 – Before Arcteryx had Valience, or San Francisco gave birth to Aether and Mission Workshop there was Stone Island. The Italian menswear label was one of the first to blend modern style with technical textiles, and their preview of Spring and Summer 2014 shows that the tradition continues. The assortment of hoodies, long-sleeve sweaters, bottoms and light outerwear take a minimal approach and lighten things up with color. Expect more pieces to become available as the weather warms up.

Source: Stone Island

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