Friday, 24 March 2017

Flaming BAPE Logo Tee's.

From BAPE comes a release which actually manages to hark back to the early days of ironic and cool pieces that Nigo used to create.  Following months of controversy over H&M being accused of appropriating the Thrasher on fire logo for their tees, which is in fact more of a theft of last years rock chic seen over as Gosha Rubchinskiy and Vetements, BAPE have gone ahead and released a capsule of three white tees, all with flaming logos.

A middle finger to the whole affair, the tees feature the college logo, a straight up flaming bape, and flaming baby milo, all are priced at £110 and all are available now.

Thursday, 23 March 2017

TAG Heuer Goes Military For 2017.


TAG Heuer have presented a pair of military Aquaracer 300 Caliber 5 watches at Baselworld 2017.  In urban camo, and khaki, both feature the Caliber 5 movement, which incorporates day, hours, minutes and seconds in a self winding movement with a 2 day power reserve, and ceramic bezel inserts, 300m water resistance, and nylon strap.

Both watches will be available for retail from the end of 2017, and the cost will be £2,750 per model.








Wednesday, 22 March 2017

Apple iPhone 7 (PRODUCT)RED Limited Edition.


To commemorate the 10th anniversary of Apple's partnership with the AIDS charity (RED.) which has seen a yearly release of special edition Apple products in a red colourway, Apple have chosen to release their best selling product line, the iPhone, in the vibrant red that typifies the (PRODUCT)RED range.

The iPhone 7 is the model of choice, and both the standard and plus models being available in red.  Prices are £699 for the standard model, and £819 for the plus.  Both are available to purchase now from Apple, in store or through the website.




Tuesday, 21 March 2017

Billionaire Boys Club Takashi Murakami Capsule Collection.

From BBC and Takashi Murakami comes a second collaboratio , which has brought forth a capsule of just four pieces.  The capsule consists of three short-sleeve T-shirts and a crewneck sweatshirt, all featuring Murakami's "Enso" series, which means "circle" and features a famous motif found in Zen painting, symbolizing emptiness, unity and infinity.

The whole collection is exclusively available from BBC's NYC store and web store from Saturday 25th, prices starting from £120 plus import charges.




Anti Social Social Club Asia Collection.


Understandably people are beginning to tire a little of Anti Social Social Club.  Distribution is one issue, with woeful customer services and little to no support from the brand itself.  However the most pressing issue is the lack of originality, with the same logo, in essentially different sizes and colours, being the only thing to differentiate one piece from another.

Seeking to add some variety, in an exclusive Asia only capsule, ASSC have added Chinese flag motifs to make the pieces pop.  A range of hats, hoodys, tees, sweat pants and a stadium jacket are all available, prices starting from £80, and £120 for the clothing pieces, and import taxes as these are from Asia Club stores only.
















Y-3 Sport Spring/Summer 2017 Range.


For Spring/Summer 2017 Adidas Y-3 Sport has created a line of futuristic luxury performance sportswear, using all of Adidas's key materials, such as adizero, Techfit, Primeknit and Boost, and inspired by themes of camouflage within urban and natural environments, a range of highly functional pieces have been created.

Available now from Y-3 Sport stores and online, pieces start from £120.