Carhartt WIP and RETROSUPERFUTURE reprise their existing relationship with a new look at their collaborative eyewear collection for fall/winter 2015. Here we find both brands teaming up on three pairs of sunglasses – the Stokely, Farewell and Dickinson silhouettes – that combine RETROSUPERFUTURE’s Italian sense of craft with WIP’s utilitarianism. The three frames are each crafted using Italian acetate, reflecting the transition into the cold season through smoky, soft tints, while elsewhere crisp Zeiss lenses compliment each colorway. Peep the collection above and head here to purchase a pair.
It seems as though the Nike Air Huarache has arrived in plenty forms and iterations, but this Nike staple will soon be available in SneakerBoot form as news has broke of the upcoming prototype. Sources suggest that this model is constructed exclusively for women, and considering its towering upper and elevated outsole – those claims seem to carry some merit.
Although additional information remains scarce involving a potential release date, this model should certainly cause plenty of debate amongst sneakerheads. As always continued to stay locked to Nice Kicks for the latest in sneaker news and coverage.
Source: Sole Collector/Nike Talk
No matter how exciting your weekend was, Monday morning always seems to impart the same feeling, and many find solace in the ritual of getting dressed and going to work. Celebrating this sense of consistency, which is a key attribute for those working in a rapid fire world, New York-based imprint WINWEL showcases its new collection: “Monday Morning.” The collection draws on a familiar formal staple, blocking various prints of 100% cotton Italian shirting fabric throughout the bodies of four styles. This range of custom headwear marks the last headwear-only drop as WINWEL’s transitions into full apparel later this year. Made in New York, check out the hats above and head here to pick up one from this limited batch.
Undoubtedly the university of choice had LeBron James attended college following his reign at St. Vincent-St. Mary High School, the Ohio State University Buckeyes continue to be a driving creative force in terms of new coloways for his signature line. The latest to see the red and silver coloring worn by Thad Matta and the now D’Angelo Russell-less Buckeyes is the Nike LeBron Solider 9.
Dressed in University Red and Metallic Silver tones, it’s more than likely we’ll see the Buckeyes lace up in this new LeBron signature come next season as the Buckeyes look to impose their will on the Big 10 conference and beyond. Give the Nike LeBron Solider 9 “OSU” a look below and keep your eyes peeled to Nice Kicks for US release details.
Nike LeBron Solider 9 “OSU”
Colorway: University Red/White-Metallic Silver
Style Code: 749500-601
Source: Sneaker News
For next year’s spring/summer season, British fashion designer Nigel Cabourn has released a curated selection of looks that explore his affinity with military-inspired outerwear and functional vintage reintroductions. The collection takes the form of dated western silhouettes while referencing the workwear of coal miners and their more affluent counterparts from years gone by. The color palette has been limited and features little more than 5 predominant colors including shades of indigo navy, military green, seasonal off-white and beige with styled combinations hinting at the casual wear of early Navy Seal cadets. Most pieces are loosely tailored and introduce the use of functional pocketing and patchwork fabric overlays to solidify their references and direction. Most importantly, 30% of the collection has been constructed in collaboration with original 1920s Liverpudlian workwear manufacturer Lybro, whom of which also supplied the props used throughout. More information is soon to made available directly at Nigel Cabourn’s official website.
Over the last few years, the Maison Martin Margiela Future high-top model has been a constant staple in our Celebrity Sneaker Stalker features, as the made-in-Italy strapped up sneaker can be spotted in several of its full color leather or metallic colorways on a weekly basis.
Of course, that was the model that Kanye West began wearing throughout his Yeezus Tour since the fall of 2013, while he was in contract limbo between his Nike and adidas deals. (But some old guy doesn’t think Ye is influential, so that’s probably not worth mentioning.)
Now that the high-top variation has become a franchise silhouette for the brand, MMM recently released a low-top complement in a handful of colorways. While the sizable strap is no more, the trademark open flapped eyestay remains, keeping a similar look and feel.
They’re available now over in 5 colorways on SSENSE.com for a cool $ 795 and up.