Ransom by Adidas presents a new collaboration with Stussy, working on a pair of Plain CS Stussy. This new model is made of suede with perforated tongue and toebox and a crepe sole. The logos of each brand are embossed around the heel area. On March 26th three different colorways will be released: grey, black and blue. You can see detailed pics of all three colors after the jump. Find more Adidas Ransom sneaker in our Ransom Online Shop at Numelo.com.
Today the ATF crew bestows us with a look at their latest All Day’s Air Force 1 Bespoke creations featuring Gore-Tex uppers in a camouflage print. The first features a tonal camo upper with a olive green swoosh and a white swoosh border, which matches the white midsole and the gum outsole. The second one actually features two different tones of camo of contrasting shades with an orange swoosh border, outsole, and upper trim. Each pair features the ATF logo stitched on the heel and ‘ALL DAY’ on the tongue. Be sure to check out the pics after the jump.
Converse teamed up with DC Comics this spring, creating seven special pairs of Converse Chuck Taylors. This pack, called the “Heroes” pack, features some of the most iconic superheroes and super villains printed on the upper, including Superman, The Joker and Wonder Woman. See them jump to life on the ever-classic Chuck Taylor All Star on the detailed pics after the jump. Find more Converse Chuck Taylor All Star sneaker in our Converse Online Shop at Numelo.com.
Adidas and Atmos teamed up to create the “80′s G-SNKIII – GID Black Edition” and now, it finally will be released. The black leather upper features a snakeskin pattern and some nice glow-in-the-dark effect. You can find detailed pics after the jump.
Jeremy Scott seems to be very busy lately, because here we have another Adidas Orignals JS Wings release. These JS Wings Ballerinas feature a leather upper and the so well known wings. So far, three different colorways have been spotted: pink, white and a black one with colored dots. You can see pics of all three after the jump.
Converse and Missoni teamed up for the third time now, creating some new Chuck Taylor All Star for Spring 2011. The two new styles again uses iconic Missoni space-dyed knits, this collection includes vibrant multi colored horizontal stripe patterns using the exclusive to Converse First String Chuck Taylor All Star silhouette, originally created for the US military in the 1960s. A women’s only version will be available in a palette of aqua green, purple and black and a unisex version will come in varying shades of green, yellow, red and blue. Each includes an embossed monochromatic Chuck Taylor All Star leather logo patch and high level construction throughout. Release is set for March, so keep your eyes open. Meanwhile have a look at detailed pics after the jump.
Some seasons ago, Jeremy Scott and Linda Farrow had already signed a very successful collaboration, which had met a big success. Thanks to this success, they repeat the experience this spring/summer with a series of original and visionary sunglasses, including some models with the famous Jeremy Scott wings as well as some very interesting looking hands. You can see pics of all creations after the jump.
Jeremy Scott’s work has always been discussed controversially, but it undoubtedly has its fans. His latest take on his most popular model, the Adidas Originals JS Wings, features a popular aesthetic: “invisible”. The upper is complete clear, held together with white stitching and laces, and boasts a white tongue tag and collar. Additionally, a milky sole sits underneath. But remember one thing: always wear clean socks. Always!
You can find more Originals by Jeremy Scott at Numelo.com.
We proudly present the winning design for the Eastbay x Converse x Kyle Korver My Chucks design contest, submitted by Allison Frost. The spotlight print for this “My Chucks” All Star is the city life that many kicksaholics can relate to, a Graffiti artist that loves both music and his art skills. Limited numbers of this kick will be exclusively available at Eastbay starting May 1st.
After their projects with Justice & So-Me in 2009 and MIKA in 2010, Coca-Cola now has teamed up with Daft Punk for their Club Coke 2011 campaign. This edition consists of two aluminum bottles, gold and silver, paying tribute to the helmets of the group. Both of these bottles will be available March 21 at colette, Paris in a collectors box, and individually at the end of March in some Monoprix shops and nightclubs. Coca-Cola has also announced that an exclusive item that will be unveiled during May on Daftcoke.com, with an online contest organized to win this object. Right below you can see the official announcement of the upcoming commercial that will air on French television and radio to promote the project. The tune of the video already gives an idea of where this is going! You can see more pics after the jump, too.