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3.21.16 :: HUF, Vetements, Supreme

3.21.16 :: HUF, Vetements, Supreme

Urs Fischer for Supreme – A whole lot of kids are going to have cigarette butts up on their wall because of this latest project between Supreme and Urs Fischer. The Zurich-born Swiss artist is best known for his participation in anti-art, and has work that subverts traditional notions of fine art. The three deck series is set to release at Supreme stores in New York and Los Angeles, as well as online, this Thursday, March 24.

Source: Supreme


Vetements Spring 2016 First Release – Vetements stormed Paris Fashion Week and quickly gave founder, Demna Gvasalia, a foothold in the hype-filled world of streetwear. Their first official release makes its ways to Dover Street Market in London just as the boutique opens its doors at Haymarket. The collection kicks things off with a small array of pieces that parody the Champion logo, poke fun at those SECURITY shirts, and a straight boost off the DHL trademark. Look for the pieces to be available now exclusively from Dover Street Market.

Source: DSM


adidas Busenitz Mesh – One of the finest skate sneakers from the adidas camp as been the signature model for Dennis Busenitz. Modeled after the Copa Mundial soccer shoe, the sneaker is known for its flexibility and durability. This latest edition arrives with a rich suede that is blended with a lightweight mesh.

Source: Sneaker Politics.


Million Mile Light – Been seen during your runs can mean the difference between life and death. There is a easier solution with this advent from FlipBelt. The Million Mile Light is a bright clip-on LED that is powered by your motion. The light is engineered to pulse with each stride, and never needs to be charged. Your running powers the light, and it only weighs 1.5 ounces. The Million Mile Light is also waterproof and splashproof for those that like to run in the most inclement weather.

Source: FlipBelt


UNDEFEATED Technical Goods Spring 2016 – UNDEFEATED’s foray into sportswear isn’t stopping with the usual tees and sweats, as the Los Angeles-based brand drops more technical items for their Spring 2016 collection. Using a military-inspired theme the range of “Technical Goods” start with lightweight running jackets and moves on to a tech hoodie, crewneck sweater, and a pair of sweatpants. In addition to the workout kit the line will also have a few polyester-blended graphic T-shirts to choose from.



HUF x Obey Blood Brothers – HUF and Obey’s recent OBEY Triple Triangle Collection is being followed by another collaboration dubbed “Blood Brothers.” The project is inspired by both brand’s mutual appreciation for skate, street, and art and begins with an elaborate camouflage coaches jacket that boasts embroidery with an 80,000 stitch count. The light outerwear is followed by exclusive co-branded T-shirts and 6-panel camp caps. The collection will be sold exclusively at HUF’s flagship locations along with the HUF and Obey online shops.

Source: HUF


Nike Air Max 92 Ultra SuperFly – While adidas is serving up riots for their NMD, Nike is busy throwing the latest technology on old favorites. The Mercurial SuperFly’s unique extended ankle collar makes its way onto the Air Max 90. Using a technical upper the iconic rapper ramps up the looks by adjusting from a low-cut design to a an extremely high-cut look. The exclusive Air Max 90 Ultra Superfly is set top drop this Saturday, March 26.

Source: NiceKicks


BAPE x Black Scale -Black Scale’s foreboding approach to streetwear is now being mixed with the loud and outrageous designs from A Bathing Ape (BAPE). The two brands showoff their latest co-branded project with a lookbook that brings forth all of BAPE’s most classic motif. The shark hoodie is back and it now features the Black Scale “B” on the chest while graphic t-shirts see the two brands finding a way to blend “Black” with “Ape.” Along with fan favorites, there will also be sweatpants, and plenty of headwear to choose from, too. Look for the collection to officially drop later this week, March 26.

Source: BAPE

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