Eminem x Casio G-Shock – With 30 years of durable timepieces the G-Shock series from Casio has a reason to celebrate. The latest collaborative 30-year anniversary piece is with controversial music artist Eminem. Using the big case version of the classic 6900 the new GD-X9600MNM-1JR features an all-black case with Eminem’s signature on the back cover, a large red Eminim “E” on the watch face, and a red printed outline of the Detroit skyline on the watchband. This collaborative watch will come in a matching black box withSlim Shady’s signature.
Killspencer Athletics – The California based luggage and accessories label Killspencer has unveiled a stylish and modern interpretation of classic athletic equipment and accessories. This collection comprises of gym staples made with premium leather, detailed exposed stitching, and subtle gold text branding. Look for the collection to range in price from $69 to $400, and is available now.
wings + horn Fishtail Parka – wings + horns continues to create an extensive well curated line of outerwear. The latest entry is the Canadian label’s interpretation of the classic Fishtail parka. The timeless classic is made with a polyester and nylon blend that is treated to be water resistant, and windproof. The parka features a tartan plaid, a Velcro-adjustable snorkel hood, two-way zipper, and a frontal button-snap closure.
New Balance “Three Peaks Challenge” – The latest release from New Balance is a reworking of the M576. This exclusive project is specially made in England and comes in a trio of fresh and vibrant colors. The “Three Peaks Challenge” is designed to represent the three tallest peaks in Great Britain – the Snowdon, Ben Nevis and Scafell Pike – and comprises of bold colors composed of leather, suede and mesh.
David Yurman x Victorinox – David Yurman is known for creating beautiful pieces from sterling silver, his following includes fans of his watches, bracelets, and rings. However, the latest entry is an accesory with Swiss Army Knife maker, Victorinox. The two brands focus on recreating the classic seven-tool Swiss Army Knife. Look for the pocket tool to be made in a variety of sterling silver designs including Yurman’s “Cord” pattern, a realistic “Wood Grain,” and an intricate wave motif inspired by the wood-block works of Japanese artist Hosukai.
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