Supreme x Playboy by Vans – Two brand collaborations are so passé, it’s all about the three-way projects for 2014. Supreme knows what’s up as it teams up with Vans again, but this time with the help of the Playboy bunny. Look for Spring and Summer to bring forth an all over print across the classic Vans Sk8-Hi and Authentic. The print features the famous Playboy icon with a familiar Supreme logo. The skate sneakers will be available in white, black, green, and burgundy this coming March 6.
AeroBull – Bluetooth speakers are a dime a dozen. To really find that unique piece for your home, look no further than AeroBull. Not only is this speaker a bulldog – it’s a French one. This upright bluetooth speaker comes with a 5.25 subwoofer and 100w of power. Stream your music over Bluetooth, NFC, or use the audio inputs; this thing will take any phone and ready for the latest MP3 player. The best is that when it’s not blasting tunes, it acts as man’s best friend. Actually, the best part is that this thing is wearing sunglasses!
Moncler W Backpack – We’ve seen the crazy jackets that White Mountaineering has contributed to Moncler when the two brands came together to form Moncler W, but what about the accessories? The perfect backpack for those adventures on the runaway arrive for Spring and Summer 2014. The backpack skips the crazy prints and arrives in a muted grey, orange, and brown. The subtle colors give way to a bag that is filled with pockets. Need a special pocket for your Skittles? Check that puppy dog towards the top; you can fit a handful in that single pocket.
Mark McNairy x Heather Grey Wall – Who doesn’t like polka dots? Certainly not American designer Mark McNairy, as he takes the age-old motif to another collaboration with Japan’s Heather Grey Wall. Look for McNairy to take three of Lee Jeans iconic products and re-invigorate them with the straightforward polka dot print. The collection includes the 101J Riders Jacket, 101Z Straight Jeans, and 101Z Cut Off Shorts. The dots are applied with a special laser-etching method and will be free from fades and cracks.
Source: Heather Grey Wall
Apple Carplay – It seems Apple has been lagging behind Samsung in the announcement department. That’s true until word caught on of Apple’s new “Carplay.” The seamless integration between the center console in your car with your mobile device is the goal of “Carplay.” Think of it as Apple’s iOS made specifically for your whip. Ferrari, Honda, Hyundai, Jaguar, Mercedes, and Volvo are the first companies to sign up to bring maps, music, messages, phone calls, and Siri to your car’s controls.