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Pendleton for Dr. Martens – The classic 8-Eye boot from Dr. Martens has caught the attention of the youth for decades with its clean military style paired with a comfortable welt sole. Reinforcing the winter aesthetic is a new pair of boots that are made with rich brown leather and complimented with warm wool fabric from Pendleton. Look for this exclusive project to be available at select Dr. Martens retailers.

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Stussy x NEXUSVII “Rainy Dayz” – The annual collection between Stussy and NEXUSVII takes its form as the “Rainy Dayz” collection this holiday season. The two brands rely heavily on the ’90s aesthetic and combines it with East Coast style. Look for everything from jackets, vests and beanies to bucket hats, fleece, T-shirts and much more. The collection will drop in Stussy Chapter stores this Friday, December 6.

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Christopher Raeburn for Rapha – Performance cycling clothier Rapha gains the styling aid of designer Christopher Raeburn to create a limited edition “Quilted Cycling” jacket. This exclusive piece is a three-season outer layer built for city riding conditions and incorporates an eco-friendly Primaloft® ECO synthetic insulation. Merino cuffs are used on the cuffs, shoulder blades and collar while its vertical rear zipped pocket can be used to pack the jacket away.

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Nike Air Max 90 Lunar – The Nike Air Max 90 in the Infrared colorway has been a favorite among sneaker collectors for over two decades. The classic runner is being updated with Nike’s more recent cushioning technology – Lunerlon. However, Nike maintains the visible Air pockets in the heel of the Lunerlon. In addition to the comfortable sole the uppers maintain the traditional colors, but with the latest lightweight and breathable textile. Expect a smooth ride in this strikingly loved running sneaker.

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En Noir for Barney’s New York – Contemporary street-fashion brand En Noir presents their new line of T-shirts for the fall and winter season. The brand uses traditional printing and experiments with “photorealism embroidery.” The result is a collection of T-shirts with a realistic 3D look on-top of a high-resolution digital print. With the print and texture the T-shirts will come at a premium price, and will be released exclusively at Barney’s New York.

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