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SMETS’s FW18 Editorial Features Statement Pieces from Calvin Klein, Moncler & More

Julien Boudet strengthens his relationship with SMETS, as the noted photographer, once again, lent his professional styling acumen to the Belgium-based retailer’s Fall/Winter 2018 editorial. Similar to what we saw in last year’s automotive-inspired display, a choice selection of wares from some of t…

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Here’s Every Piece From Palace’s adidas Tennis Collaboration

Following on from the Alasdair McLellan-shot lookbook, Palace has now revealed every piece from its upcoming collaboration with adidas. The tennis-themed pieces range from on-court apparel such as polo shirts and shorts to leisure wear, including terry white tracksuit with removable sleeves and a bucket hat. The Wimbledon col…

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First Look At The Cell x adidas Prophere From The Dragon Ball Z Pack

Another shoe from the highly-anticipated adidas x Dragon Ball Z pack has been revealed, and this time it’s Cell’s unique iteration of the adidas Prophere. Featuring a flecked green upper that represents Cell’s scaly skin, the shoe also features purple tongue accents and blue heel detailing, nodding further to the classic character’s instantly recognizable colors. A white Prophere midsole and outsole with translucent detailing round the shoe’s look off. No officia…

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The Jordan Pro Strong From 1998 Is Back

After re-releasing for the first time since 2010 this February, the Jordan Pro Strong, a silhouette inspired by the Jordan 13 and widely heralded as one of the best Jordan team shoes of all time has returned in an OG white/green from 1998.

Originally made for the league’s big men who needed a rugged sneaker that could withstand the rigors of battling in the paint night in and night out,  this classic colorway features a white leather panel on the upper, with contrasting black st…

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Moncler Gets a Huge Revenue Boost From China and Hong Kong

It appears that Moncler’s bevy of collaborations with brands like Simone Rocha, Craig Green and fragment design are paying off. The luxury outerwear company stated on Friday that it has seen an astounding 20 percent revenue growth in its first quarter, reaching €332 million ($ 398 million USD). The earnings were largely attributed to s…

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Nike Zoom Spiridon SE Features Graphics From The Recent Pull-Tab Pack

Nike’s classic Zoom Spiridon has been arriving to market in several unique varieties over the past few months, and the latest iteration of the classic runner features graphics from the recently-released Air Max 95 “Pull Tab” pack. Featuring a white ripstop upper with a full-length white leather mudguard, the clean shoe’s accents arrive via red and blue Swoosh detailing, reflective piping running around the upper, and the aforementioned pull tab branding on the shoe&#82…

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The Evolution Of The New Balance 990, From 1982 To Present Day

New Balance, as we know it, reached new heights in 1982 and never looked back. The debut of the 990 was when the brand gained its identity as a powerhouse in running shoes, with Terry Heckler’s original brand logo greatly contributed to their bold re-entry. With the large and slanted N in place, the next step was to be as disruptive as possible, and the newly designed 990 was the shoe to carry that weight. There are so…

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Nike Is Bringing Back The Air Force 1 “Hong Kong” From 2001

Nike is digging into its Air Force 1 crates once again as this classic from 2001 is set to return soon. As one of the brand’s earlier co.jp Air Force 1 drops, this “Hong Kong” edition featured a dark green upper, solid white outsole, and a Swoosh embroidered onto the upper and considerably smaller in scale compared to the standard AF1s. This release was part of the highly sought-after Air Force 1 B series, which also included the “Wheat” and several other unforge…

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