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Tanner Goods x Mazama Wares – Tanner Goods has come a long way from slinging vegetable-tanned belts off of SuperFuture and Hypebeast forums. The Portland-based brand expands into home goods and has found a willing partner in Japan’s Mazama Wares. Using a clay body, these ceramic cups are later finished off with a speckled tan color, giving it a unique appeal. The cups come in three different sizes, and will retail between $30 and $38.

Source: Tanner Goods


A.P.C. Spring/Summer 2014 – Spring and Summer is just around the bend and A.P.C. wants to keep you suited in crisp, clean design. The Parisian label has built a reputation on its sleek aesthetic and the lookbook shows a steady range of everyday favorites. The collection offers a refined vision of the preparatory school look and is grounded in its simplicity. Along the way, A.P.C. injects color into the muted colors through its bold design prints.

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Sony x Garmin – Two brands that are dying a slow death have come together to fend for the future of GPS technology. Garmin has created a navigation app tailored for Sony’s Experia line. The premium service beams real-time directions directly into the Sony SmartWatch 2. The app offers offline maps (so if service sucks, you’re still safe), walking directions, and real-time traffic updates. The app is set to launch in March, and will require a monthly subscription of $3.

Source: Engadget

Vans Vault x Taka Hayashi – Vans exclusive Vault line teams up with Japanese artist and designer Taka Hayashi once again for the collection of classic skate shoes. The Spring 2014 collection includes the Sk8-Mid, Court Lo and Hi, and Derby 2, and arrive with a chic Californian perspective. Look for the collection to utilize three fun prints that include a pixel camo, a palm tree design, and Native American-inspired motif. Look for the collection to be available with select Vans dealers soon.

Source: Vans


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