Facebook and Twitter, both social networking giants brought big impacts to our daily lives. Now Daniel Reese, well-known shoe artist, customized the Adidas “Superstar” with Facebook and Twitter inspired designs, using their corresponding colors and with their logos on the heel area. See more pics after the jump.
What you can see here is an upcoming collaboration between Nike and Stussy on the All Court Mid. The shoe comes in a beautiful “Mysto” blue made of canvas, alongside reptilian detailing via the swoosh and heel panel. Other notable details include the contrasting white midsole and the traditional Stussy SS link logo is seen on the tongue. There´s no release date yet, but keep in touch as other colorways are expected to be unveiled. See some more pics after the jump.
A musical collaboration comes from Supra Footwear these days. They teamed up with DJ Samantha Ronson for a new Skytop II release. Known as the “Lil’ Red,” the shoe features a red, white and black full-grain leather upper, with black laces and a white sole. The shoes have also been packaged with a “Lil’ Red” Mix CD, featuring songs chosen by Ronson herself.
Limited to 413 pairs, the “Lil’ Red” will be available on Friday at Factory 413 in Los Angeles, Colette in Paris and Foot Patrol in the UK. They’ll drop at 12 noon PST at Factory 413, and then will be made available online at 3 p.m. PST. See more pics after the jump.
This is probably the dream for all sneaker-loving gamers out there. Nike and Sony teamed up again to create a sneaker inspired by the PlayStation. This time around the sneaker of choice is the Nike Zoom Huarache Trainer and the specific inspiration is the “Move”, a Nintendo Wii like control system. The kicks have PlayStation branding on the tongue and come in a black leather upper a bright blue secondary color, which rests on a translucent sole. The Swoosh has a very techie feel and changes color depending on the angle that lights its surface. Unfortunately these will never hit retail and are only available to “Friends & Family” at Nike and Sony. Nevertheless see more detailed pics after the jump.
He´s an all-time cartoon classic and still loved by children of all ages. Now GARFIELD teamed up with THE HUNDREDS and NEW ERA to produce a run of 59Fifty fitted caps. Two hats are set to release. The first features a Yellow Fur base with Garfield’s head embroidered on the front panel. There aren’t many photos of the second fitted but it uses a Black base and the interior is lined with Garfield’s skin. There´s no release date yet, but keep in touch for more information. See more pics after the jump.
Arts meets sneakers for an interessting collaboration. This wooden Dunk-Hi sneaker from Japanese artist Haroshi was made in collaboration with Nike. Sculpted from the used decks of skaters from Nike’s own Pro Skate team, the design includes P-Rod, Lance Mountain, Eric Koston, Brian Anderson, Cory Kennedy, among others.
Christmas is always a good time for charity so MEDICOM TOY and ISETAN will align themselves in a charitable Merry Green Christmas campaign in association with Green Santa, starting December 4th. Focused on bringing to the light the dwindling green spaces around the world and in Japan, the sale of a special collection of BEARBRICKS will result in ¥100 JPY donations towards the planting of new trees. The green, pink and blue BEARBRICKS are priced at ¥300 JPY while the silver one is priced at ¥400 JPY. They will be available at ISETAN stores.
Some hot new sneaker are coming these days from Nike: the LT LunarSpider. The “Gyakusou” Collection has been an incredible success at Stadium Paris, so the LunarSpider got revisited by Jun Takahashi, too. They are incredibly light and packed with the best technology Nike has to offer, e.g. Lunarlite foam and reactive Zoom Air Flywire. They are already available in a limited number at Stadium Paris. Check out detailed pics after the jump.
Legendary skater Christian Hosoi teamed up with Vans for two straight colorways for the Vans Bash Vulc. Pairs in black or royal blue each manage some depth of each shade by contrasting various leathers and suede atop Vans’ signature vulcanized waffle sole, but the coolest part might be the multicolored sockliner that hearkens back to Hosoi’s mid ’80s heyday. See more detailed pics of both colorways after the jump.
Here´s a look at an interesting collaboration between two very good brands, namely Atmos and Adidas. Together they’ve decided to work on the Superstar 80′s “Snake GID”. The upper of the sneaker is obviously made up of snakeskin which is filled in with burgundy, along with white accents which is found on the tongue, toe box, and sole. Whats great about this sneaker is that it glows in the dark. Look for these to release exclusively at Atmos in December. See some detailed pics after the jump.