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6.1.16 :: OVO, AntiHero, Norse Projects

6.1.16 :: OVO, AntiHero, Norse Projects

Supreme x AntiHero – Supreme knocks on AntiHero’s door again this Spring/Summer for a mini capsule collection of both hardgoods and softgoods. The screaming AntiHero eagle logo will be featured with various Supreme branding across a canvas bomber jacket, athletic hoodie, pinstripe short-sleeve button-down, graphic T-shirts, work pants, and a skateboard deck. The collection is much larger than the last, and is set to drop tomorrow online and in-store.

Source: Supreme


SUICOKE x Norse Projects – SUICOKE is a legitimate contender to visvim’s Christo when it comes to quality and comfort. Two things that are unexpected, but definitely appreciated when it comes to slip-on sandals. They latest to be bitten by the SUICOKE bug is Norse Projects—the two brands team up for co-branded slides and sandals. Using a minimalist approach, the sandals use blend of neoprene and Cordura for the straps and a rugged Vibram sole. The sandals will come in a “Desert” and “Forest Camouflage” colorways.

Source: Norse Projects


Neymar Junior x Jordan Brand – Besides getting his own Retro Jordan 5, famed Brazilian soccer star Neymar Junior is getting his own Nike collection. The star of the capsule is of course the Jordan, but there are some notable hits in there as well. A pair of Hypervenom Soccer Boots in traditional metallic silver Retro 5 can be paired with an entire Neymar Junior soccer kit complete with a jersey, T-shirt, warm-up jacket, and soccer ball. The small collection is a perfect fit for those who have love for both basketball and the most watched sport in the world.

Source: Nike


Sirin Labs Solarin – With Google looking to drop end-to-end encryption in their new Allo messaging app, the cost of protecting your privacy will now come with a premium. Sirin Labs is one company that not only builds a secure device, but also offers it at as an expensive luxury. The new Solarin comes with a pricey $13,000 price tag and features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810, 128GB of storage, 4GB of RAM, a 5.5-inch screen protected by Gorilla Glass 4, a 24 Megapixel camera, and even an ultra-fast WiGig connectivity. The heavy duty hardware will also be paired with end-to-end encryption for your phone calls, text messages, and email.

Source: Sirin Labs


adidas Pure Boost Raw – With an unorthodox lacing method, adidas adds another runner to their ever-growing Pure Boost roster. The all-new Pure Boost Raw has a sleek silhouette that is highlighted by the asymmetrical lacing system. The uppers are a blend of mesh and neoprene, which gives it a snug and sock-like fit, while the Boost sole provides some ultra soft cushioning. Expect the Pure Boost Raw to debut this weekend in a few colorways at select adidas outlets.

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Stray Rats Summer 2016 – Streetwear is alive and well in Miami with Stray Rats dropping their latest delivery for Summer. Using a gamut of visuals, the collection is made up of graphic tees, athletic hoodies, shorts, and a robust selection of accessories. The lookbook was shot in the Miami-Dade County’s video arcade, Odyssey, to blend with the array of inspirations used for the collection. From images of Bashful from Snow White to a flip of the Miami-Dade County logo, Stray Rats proves that there is still room for graphics.

Source: Stray Rats


mastermind JAPAN x END. – mastermind JAPAN has been retired for a few years now, but every now and then, the skull and crossbones will pop-up for a collaboration. The latest recipient of the foreboding imagery is END. Clothing of the United Kingdom. The boutique and Japanese luxury brand team up for a capsule collection of T-shirts. Made from premium cotton jersey, the T-shirts will be co-branded and feature the skull and crossbones motif and the END. logo. Look for the collection to drop in store and online this Saturday, June 4.

Source: END.


OVO Summer 2016 – Drake proves he has more talent than Canadian teen shows and music with another season of apparel for OVO. For Summer 2016, the lookbook enlists Playboi Carti and John Ross to show off a range of collegiate inspired long-sleeve tees, crew-neck sweats, polo-shirts, and nostalgic sportswear. The OVO signature owl logo is featured subtly across the collection with both Toronto and Los Angeles stores taking the first delivery.

 Source: OVO

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