Originally launched back in 1999, the Nike Air Tuned Max breathes the spirit of the millennium. Born from Nike’s clandestine and bygone Alpha Project, the retro sneaker offers a track-inspired design with full-length, visible Air cushioning. The most remarkable thing about this shoe is the shimmery, iridescent finish on the upper. Hopefully we’ll start seeing this shoe brought back in some of the other colorways as well but in the meantime this one is selling out quick. Get it over at SNS.
This cargo pant from Stone Island keeps the essential functionality of cargos with a comfortable cut and brushed cotton fabric. Garment dyed with a vintage treatment, an exclusive dyeing treatment and subsequent fading on the finished garment for a slightly worn look. Loose fit with large side pockets , this is a great pant to pair with boots or workwear inspired fits.
Available at SSENSE
This Prada car coat is simple and refined. A checkered pattern with tan, brown and red and constructed from a wool blend, this coat can be dressed up or down with ease. With a full satin lining, welt pockets and a concealed button closure this is stealthy luxury at its best.
Available at SSENSE
ACRONYM returns with some familiar favorites as well as the new J90-DS jacket. J90-DS is made in heavyweight schoeller® 3XDRY® Dryskin™ and its clean lines hide the features packed within- it’s abrasion resistant, water repellent made with 4-way stretch, fast drying material. Optimal for all season use as both a mid-layer and outerwear. The SS21 season has some other noteworthy outerwear pieces among them a J1A-GTPL and the J47-GT. Outside of the main ACRONYM e-shop these other retailers are also carrying pieces from the drop.
Stussy teams up with Gore-Tex on a mini collection of Gore-Tex pieces. The small collection is focused around the waterproof Wading Shell Jacket and Cargo Shell pants. Alongside an army boonie style Storm Shell Hat, these items come in both black and Realtree MAX-5® camouflage print. With a release date of Friday, March 19th at 10am PDT, these will drop on retailers including Stussy and Dover Street Market.
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Arc’teryx LEAF is where to turn if you’re looking for the hardest wearing and highest quality garments that Arc’teryx makes. While designed for military personnel and available at a small number of retailers, the LEAF line tones down the branding and bright colors and replaces them with cleverly designed details and a toned down palette. This mid-layer can be worn on its own or underneath a shell for warmth. This is the latest iteration of the piece as the LEAF program doesn’t update their items seasonally or yearly but it does refresh items to iterate and improve upon their designs.
Look for it to release at stockists including Tactical Distributors.
With things slowly re-opening, this Aesop travel kit offers everything you need for a weekend trip in one small box. At this point Aesop is well established for their high quality skincare products but this ‘depature’ travel kit offers more than that with seven travel-sized essentials to cleanse and moisturise hands, maintain optimum hydration for the skin, and ensure oral hygiene.
Available at Aesop
If brittle splitting hair is an issue for you, this strength shampoo from Scandinavian Bio Labs may be worth taking a look at. Scandinavian Bio Labs is committed to using 100% vegan and 100% natural ingredients. Their strength shampoo is developed to reduce excessive sebum (oil) to avoid greasy hair; supply vital vitamins that nurture for a healthy scalp; and improve the strength, enhance thickness and increase the overall volume of hair. It also moisturizes the scalp and hair while leaving a pleasant eucalyptus aroma.
You can check out their full range of haircare products over at Scandinavian Bio Labs.
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