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3.18.16 :: Fairplay, ASICS, Kith

3.18.16 :: Fairplay, ASICS, Kith

By Peter

FairPlay Spring 2016 – As the fair Spring weather approaches, more and more brands are delivering looks to combat the warm weather. With its base in Los Angeles the FairPlay brand readies fans with a versatile collection of relaxed and fitted pieces. A new of button-ups, tees, bottoms and light outerwear are showcased across the city backdrop. Source: FairPlay   Palace x ArkAir – Sometimes you want the woodland camouflage, but the weather is really calling for the purple winter camo. Well, Palace and ArkAir throw in some desert camo to on their latest collaborative project. Using a colorful patchwork of disruptive coloration patterns the lightweight jacket features 50/50 poly-cotton ripstop construction, water-resistant finish, and Palace velcro patches.Each piece is handcrafted to ensure that no two are alike, and set to drop this with a matching hat and bottom this Saturday. Source: ArkAir   Outlier Supermarine Doublebag – Ever see a big o’sleeping bag jammed into a tiny stuff sack? That same sort of compression technology is part of Outleir’s new Supermarine Doublebag. The small and unassuming bag doesn’t look like much, but it has a total capacity of 1160 cubic inches. The best part is that it has two compartments making it easy to separate between your clean duds, and the dirty stuff. The Supermarine fabric also ensures the bag is water resistance, and retail is set at a moderate $130. Source: Outlier   Babylon LA – One of the better brands to come out of Los Angeles recently is Babylon LA. Using music as inspiration has worked well for the burgeoning brand and this latest collection channels some old-school hardcore. The scene’s heyday was all they way back in the eighties and Babylon goes in hard with the black-and-white and photocopy-grade images. The collection is available now at select stores, or directly from the Babylon LA online shop. Source: BabylonLA   Anti Social Social Club for Dover Street Market London – For their second trip to Dover Street Market, the Anti Social Social Club channels the City of Angels. As a special collection only for the London store, this project will also bear a special Haymarket edition moniker. Made up of four graphic T-shirts the series will bear Chinese characters, various typography, and a photo of that dreadful Los Angeles traffic. This exclusive collection drops in the DSM store this Saturday, March 19. Source: DSM   NikeLab x Riccardo Tisci – You can blind people at the gym with your blazing speed, or you can just cop the latest NikeLab collection by Riccardo Tisci. The union between the flamboyant creative director of Givenchy and Nike means athletic essentials draped in an array of colors. The kaleidoscope proves to be a worthy inspiration as it is used across technical layers, athletic tops, and shorts. If you aren’t afraid of colors and have a penchant for floral print, then watch for the collection to drop at select Nike stores very soon. Source: Nike   ASICS Japanese Textile Pack – There’s polka dots—and then there are pin dots. Both are dots, but while one print is loud and whimsical, the other channels a refined appeal. ASICS adopts the more refined pin dot look for a pair of retro classics that also use premium Japanese indigo. The GEL-Lyte III and GEL-Lyte V are two silhouettes that benefit immensly by the application of this unique textile. The interesting uppers are paired with a creamy light tan that compliments both iconic silhouettes very well. These are definitely stunners for the Spring, and are set to hit stores later this Spring. Source: Invincible   Kith Presents the Madison Initiative – Using major Kith releases as inspiration, the sneaker boutique turned brand plans to drop three new colorways of the Madison jacket. For the second installment of the current Year V Spring I collection, the Madison jacket will be inspired by Kith’s release of the Volcano, Salmon Toe, and City Never Sleeps. The jackets are limited to 200 units per colorway, and will be available today, March 18 at Kith Manhattan and Kith Brooklyn. Source: Kith

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