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Supreme x Dead Kennedys – For Spring 2014, Supreme honors the Dead Kennedys with a collaborative capsule collection. The San Francisco-based hardcore punk band disrupted the scene in 1978 and continued to spread their satirical morbid humor against the cookie-cutter eighties. With Reagan in there for two terms, everyone needed a little help from the Dead Kennedys. Supreme skips the popular “DK” logo created by Winston Smith, and jumps right into the old album covers for inspiration. The collection begins with an array of graphic T-shirts, moves on to athletic fleece, and culminates in a mechanic-style work jacket. Look for the small collection to drop in stores this Thursday, April 10.

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MAGIC STICK x Porter – Kanye has left Nike, but not before his sneakers left a huge impression on streetwear. MAGIC STICK in Japan celebrates their third year with a pair of backpacks inspired by the first two Yeezy 2s. With the help of Porter, the backpacks not only mimic the popular colorways, but also take into account the materials used on the sneakers. The backpacks are set to retail for $370, and available in store on April 12.

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Common Projects Leather Cases – Common Projects comes from the school of clean designs. For the last few years, their sneakers maintained a simple silhouette, and now that concept is being taken on to leather accessories. With their expertise in premium leather Common Project releases a leather sleeve for the iPhone 5/5s and the MacBook Air. Look for the simple Common Projects logo across one side, and the subtle numbering system on the other. The luxury leather accessory sleeves are to be available in tan, navy, green, and black.

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New Balance Tropical Fish Pack – The number of packs that are coming out is getting pretty ridiculous, but every now and then you get something like the Tropical Fish pack – smart and fun. Look for the popular 574 to come with shiny uppers that mimic the Lionfish, Scorpionfish, and Dragonfish. The trio of runners use precision cuts and laser-etching to give it the detail that resemble fish scales. Spring and summer is a time to break necks, and these runners have the eye-popping metallic appeal to turn heads.


Amazon Dash – Amazon doesn’t want to just deliver to your home… they want to be in there. The new Amazon Dash is a free gadget that will help you plan the items that you fly. The Dash has a scanner and a voice recorder. It’s supposed to sit in your fridge to scan all the things that you buy, along with allowing the option of saying and recording the things you bought. The idea is that over time the Dash will help you plan your purchases and Amazon will be right there to sell them to you. Currently the Dash is only available to those markets where there is an Amazon Fresh. If you are not in Southern California, San Francisco, or Seattle, then you’re out of luck.

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