Summer is just around the corner and what better way to bring on the sun than the new ‘Cheyene’ boat shoe from Jimmy Choo. This Spring/Summer 2012 release stays true to the nautical styling and shape of the boat shoe while updating the footwear with a canvas and faux-croc upper.
The ‘Cheyene’ boat shoe from Jimmy Choo is avaialable now and retails for $ 495 USD.
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The Nike Cortez has been around for ages on feet, in showcases, and even on the silver screen. While the original will always be loved, Nike releases a new iteration, titled “Special Project,” that adds a bit of refinement to an otherwise simple silhouette. The upper remains nylon, but the heel now hosts corduroy and the swoosh sees an embroidery update. In addition, the liner and footbed is upgraded with plush leather and the shoe comes with both tonal and white waxed laces. Available now at Slam Jam Socialism in brown, grey, olive and red colorways for $ 108 USD.
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The latest release from Mr. B’s (an exclusive line from Aldo) is the classically styled Adamis Brogue Shoe. Made by hand and created from 50 individual components, this cool brogue is available in 5 different colorways. The combination of a thicker than average body, with the carefully rounded toe makes this brogue easy to pair with slim jeans or dress pants.
The Adamis Brogue from Mr. B is now available for purchase through Aldo stores and online shop.
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Think you know your logos? Australian designer Nick Barclay has started a new series of posters that redesigns globally known logos with as much detail as possible removed, only maintaining the bare shape and colors from the original brands’ design. Barclay explains his motivation for the series; “I wanted to see if logos are so ingrained in our psyche that I could break them down and simplify them and people would still know what they are just from the colours and shapes.” Check out his work above, and leave your comments below on how many you know off the top of your head.
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In continued celebration of the anniversary stricken adidas Superstar, the classic silhouette undergoes a timely skate overhaul. A favorite since the formidable days of Run DMC, the Superstar was an icon both in street sensibility and skate culture.
Among the first to wear the shoe for its skate sentiment were Kareem Campbell, Joey Bast, Drake Jones and Richard Angelides. The new edition, dubbed the adidas Superstar ADV Skate, is completely re-engineered for modern skate specifications. Keying on reduced weight through a streamlined leather upper, a combined sockliner and midsole into one Adiprene drop-in piece ensures comfort and impact protection.
The adidas Superstar ADV Skate is available now online in classic color combinations with collegiate options set to debut on November 1.