The two San Francisco skateboarding giants are back together again for another collaboration to celebrate their legacies with a vintage baseball-inspired collection with plenty of nods to Thrasher’s infamous Skate Goat mascot. Check out what’s on deck for the HUF x Thrasher collection. A strong collegiate theme of fonts and imagery used throughout this collection gives a heavy ‘all-american’ feel, with Bay area colours used to honour the home of both brands.
Australian skate brand Butter Goods teams up with Charles M Schulz world famous Cartoon series Peanuts. With imagery of beloved character Snoopy on classic garment silhouettes we know and love from Butter. Within the collection there is a knitted jumper with Snoopy playing the saxophone graphic, chenille applique heavy hoodies, baggy fit jeans with embroidery on front and back pocket. With a variety of hats and graphic t-shirts to match.
Marvel’s art in the ’90’s was defined by dark cityscapes, detailed line work, and superior storytelling. The HUF x Marvel collection digs back to that iconic era and the characters that defined it with a mix of throwback style and bold new pieces. With all-over prints, vintage-inspired jackets and full garment printing.
Flower Mountain and YMC come together to collaborate for a second season with another special edition of the KOTESTU sneaker. This no-gender models is inspired exclusively by nature. The retro Kotetsu trainer offers comfort and performance whilst giving a nod to classic 80s fashion. The pastel blue and purple, together with the floral motif lace holes and pattern, pay homage to the delicate beauty of ancient Japanese orchids. Whether going to festivals, seeing friends in the park or simply going about your daily lives, these new styles will top off... Read More
Stüssy drops it’s latest Fall ’21 collection, a collection of “seasonally appropriate staples make up a relaxed uniform for chance-taking and constant innovation”. Stripes, checks, and psychedelic prints bring texture and tonality to a wide range of button-down shirts, reimagined workwear silhouettes, knits, and hats. A key piece from this drop is this eye catching ‘Venus Jacquard Sherpa Jacket.’ A light but warm Sherpa Fleece Jacket in a natural colour way with Venus graphic on the back, vertical front pockets, bound cuffs and hem with a contrast nylon taslan chest... Read More
Pleasures return this season with their signature style of bold graphics, vibrant colours and eye catching patterns. Some key pieces include, an all over knitted cheetah pattern with a low-key logo embroidered down on the front side, a perfect layering piece for those Autumnal days, also a tweed patterned two piece including a relaxed fit beach pant with elasticated waist and drawstring, with matching button up shirt jacket, with a large back embroidery.
New Balance’s Made-in-England range drops the new “Desaturated Pack.” Including a 577 and 991 both with rich ,muted, earthy tones throughout crafted with pride using premium materials at New Balance’s factory in Flimby, Cumbria. Starting with the 577, the lifestyle model from New Balance features a full suede and mesh construction all throughout the upper with a light brown hitting the toe, a dark brown on the side panels, orange on the overlay that also serves as part of the eyestay, and a pastel purple on the heels. Grey is... Read More
PLEASURES again partners with the great Peter Saville after the success of their Joy Division capsule, this time see’s New Order in collaboration. Created in partnership with Factory Records the collection highlights the legacy of the iconic band formed in Manchester, England back in 1980. Working with motifs by iconic designer Peter Saville synonymous with the group that delivered a seamless integration of post-punk, electronic and dance music.
Parra does it again with their first drop of AW’21. As well as the usual suspects of bold and beautiful graphic T-shirts in signature colour palettes, Parra also brings some new flavour with a tonal polo shirt, a packable tote bag and some embroidered sweatbands.