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Following up the 10th Anniversary of Shadow Project, Stone Island presents the latest SS19 lookbook from the Errolson Hugh led sub-line. Reflecting the warmer weather , the collection combines light fabrics and a nice array of lighter-pastel colors, my favorite being the pale green shown above.

The Spring/Summer 2019 or collection 7019 brings back features from past collections including Articulation Tunnels and Articulation Zippers, which come in new spiral and curved versions. Other innovations include the Encase Panel and new stowable Split Hood.

New fabrics include The DPM CHINÉ which uses woven rip-stop. IMPRINT NYLON is influenced by the contrast of surface and tension and, finally, the LENTICULAR JACQUARD uses perception to create a visually shifting textile.

Look for the items to drop at Shadow Project stockists including Matches Fashion or directly from the Shadow project site.

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Wacko Mario returns for the spring/summer 2019 season and continues to bring strong streetwear looks. Continuing to mix and match inspiration from unlikely sources ranging from raggae to rockabilly. Notable items including Hawaiian shirts, western jackets, a embroidered blazer. There’s a lot of silk-embroidered pieces along with the familiar assortment of Wacko Maria patterns; leopard print and typographic hits.

Look for items to drop at Slam Jam in the coming weeks.

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When it comes to finding staple pieces to work into your wardrobe, Uniqlo is difficult to beat. Their U line just happens to excel at offering items that are more interesting than their regular selection. That’s no surprised considering the project is creative directed by Christophe Lemaire. Bright colors, boxy cuts and on-trend styling make this selection worth looking at. Look for items to start popping up in-store and online at Uniqlo stores worldwide.

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One of the great things about Junya is that they go straight to the source when it comes to producing certain collaborations. Instead of trying to re-create something the military already does, Junya teamed up with Ark Air – a retailer for services like the British Royal Marines and the French Foreign Legion on this wool vest. The item draws obvious inspiration from military vests, this piece does not shy away from the aggressively utilitarian look.

Available at Mr.Porter.

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The middle of winter means that you’ll need to layer up, fortunately Kapital has come through with some of the best of the season. Two designs available now on Mr.Porter show off a creative and practical take on the style. The first is a half-placket sweatshirt made from a fuzzy style fleece that’s printed with a moreu pattern – a whirlpool-like shape indigenous to the Ainu people from Hokkaido, Japan, that’s believed to ward off evil. The other style is printed The other style is a full zip version with plush fleece and is even reversible to become an army-green nylon. You can find both fleeces over at Mr.Porter. Click through for more images of both styles.

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In the new year, it seems that Nike has renewed its focus on the classic Blazer model. Giving it proper attention means that Nike is set to released a Mid 77 Vintage version of the mode, in a “Lucid Green and Sail White” colorway. The sneaker attempts to re-capture the details of the original, down to the tongue and midsole. The grey suede really adds something to an otherwise clean color way. It’s nice to see that Nike is starting the year out with a focus on both their archives as well as new sneakers.

The aforementioned sneaker will hit the shelves of select Nike retailers including SJS at a retail of $100.


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With an outdoor driven focus, Hyke has quietly released some of the best North Face collaborations to date. The Japanese brand has remained under the radar but the spring/summer 2019 season has them ramping up the scope of their collaboration to a full range of outerwear, accessories and clothing for both men and women. The simple black and tan colorways is accentuated by logo hits and clean minimal lines. The collection plays around with both oversize outerwear and slim streamlined pants and sneakers.

The collaboration first launches in japan at exclusive pre-sale events at The North Face Standard Futako-Tamagawa  on February 6 and Isetan Shinjuku on February 13 before arriving at domestic TNF retailers and Isetan’s web store shortly after. For more on the collection  , see all the lookbook images below as well as a video centered around the collaboration on Vimeo. Visit the official collaboration website for more information.

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Sacai’s newest endeavor is a triple collab in tandem with heritage textile brand Pendleton and Dr.Woo. To properly showcase the collection, GRIND Magazine has teamed up with famed Japanese stylist stylist Masataka Hattori and actor Yōsuke Kubozuka. The deconstructed pieces utilize classic Pendleton fabrics to craft pieces including a military style jacket and denim-bomber hybrid jacket. Other standout items include wide-cut plaid trousers and a wool mockneck sweater. Look for items to drop from the collection at Sacai stockists including SSENSE and Farfetch.

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A collaboration that’s been rumored for once finally has images and a release date. Tokyo based C.E is teaming up with Nike to develop something that should feel familiar to anyone who’s followed the streetwear label in the past few years. The focal point of the collection is the Air Max 95s which feature a pixelated digital-camo feel. Available in navy and a white/black colorway the sneaker replaces the traditional AIRMAX badge with the CE logo.

To compliment the footwear, the brand is also releasing a series of athletic minded items including a track jacket, track pants, a jersey, a cap and a vest. The brand confirms a drop on January 5th on the Cav Empt website as well as their Tokyo location, with a wider release through Nike stockists including Wellgosh.

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A-COLD-WALL has really come into it’s own in 2018. After multiple collaborations with Nike already rolled out this year, the most anticipated is still yet to come in the form of this Air Force One. The sneaker deconstructs elements of the original model in order to  differentiate it from the typical colorways availble. Eyelets have been removed and the shoe uses a new eco-friendly flyleather technology which combines natural leather with recycled letter. A logo hit on the upper is and branded insole are little details also incorporated into the model. With a release date now confirmed for December 21 at select stockists including Nike SNKRS and Farfetch.

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