Part of Supra’s ongoing collaboration with Factory 413, the “Cutler” is given a American-brewing inspired colour-way. The shoe has super clean silhouette, and grey and navy uppers, hinting at a light beer, are subtly complemented by the red eyelets. The shoe is comprised of a vulcanized sole and has “Satin” SUPRATUF® material (whatever that is). Limited to 413 pairs worldwide, these are sequentially numbered on the inside of the tongue, include beer cap-inspired appliques and come packaged in custom-built 12-pack boxes.
They available at Foot Patrol.
Head Porter is a Japanese baggage fashion label started by the urban-legend and somewhat man of mystery, Hiroshi Fujiwara. His story deserves a post in itself, just know that this guy inspired Nigo, the creator of the ever-popular BAPE, yes, Fujiwara was Nigo’s sensei of sorts, and has been in the business for over 20 years. I really like this colourful “Day Pack” range, but, with the £130 price tag its not for the faint hearted. They are available on THE HIDEOUT.
If you’ve got a spare couple of minutes, I recommend you read Fujiwara’s Interview on INTERVIEW MAGAZINE.
Ideally, I would’ve wrote this a couple of years ago after watching the “Run This Town” video and asking myself where did Rihanna get those ridiculous sunglasses? Then I would’ve done some research and discovered Kerin Rose, creator of outré eye accessories
Forget those played out espradrilles, loafers are king. Amazingly clean, the Pointer Tanju is a modern-day take on the penny loafer. The navy is the pick of the spring/summer bunch with the smooth suede material and white contrast stitching around the toe box. The simplicity of the shoe means it could go with anything. Theres still some left over at wellgosh.
Director Paul Geusebroek
Producer Anne Van Kuyk – Cake Film
There’s something about this new Nike Advert for the Amsterdam Destroyer that makes me wish i owned one. Perhaps its the sweeping shot of the crew around the 10 second mark that so perfectly captures the essence of a varsity jacket, a team. Or maybe its just the old school feel of the video which reminds me of a certain Michael Jackson video i have watched countless times. Either way, it’s a refreshing ad. The product itself is a result of a collaboration between Precinct 5, the concept shop from Dutch Brand Patta, and Nike. The large haunting rottweiler on the compliments the slick black on black colours. No word yet on the release.
For those wondering the song is Wanda Jackson – Funnel of Love
While you are all out buying your Jordan III’s, I will be purchasing these tees. Wurd.