Pharrell Williams Solarhu Capsule Collection
Capturing the spirit of cities where cultures meet and meld together, adidas Originals and Pharrell Williams build upon their collaborative Hu series. With energetic prints inspired by East African style and the words “Empower” and “Inspire” emblazoned in bold Chinese lettering, the Solarhu Capsule Collection echos a belief in the power of unity and heritage lending to new styles and ideas.
Four colour options in the NMD sneaker will be available from November 10th, online at 12am and in store from 10am. (Purchases will be limited to one size per style)
WTAPS EX37 In Store
The latest collection from Wtaps has landed in store this week with yet another impressive range of athletic and military inspired garments. The collection revisits a number of classic pieces, reworked with new fabrics and details. As always, the quality and construction of each garment is unparalleled, resulting in a hard-wearing and long-lasting product. The full collection is available in store and online.
Latest Arrivals From Neighborhood
New season arrivals from Japanese label, Neighborhood have arrived in store, offering a refined selection of staple outerwear pieces, as well as a number of tees and accessories. Reinstating vintage silhouettes with contemporary fabrics, tailoring and details, the range presents a timeless aesthetic, designed to stand the test of time. See collection details here.
Carhartt WIP x Converse One Star Release
Carhartt Work In Progress (Carhartt WIP), the brand known for its contemporary takes on classic workwear which have been adopted by subcultures and style tribes worldwide, introduces its second collaboration with Converse. Taking cues from classic military garments, the One Star appears in three tonal color options, which combine robust fabrics with utilitarian hardware detailing. It is an instant streetstyle classic crafted to get stuff done.
The collaborative sneaker will be releasing in store and online at 11am on the 20th of September.
Gosha Rubchinskiy In Store
Round two from the final season of Gosha Rubchinskiy has arrived in store, offering with it the continued collaborative line with Adidas. As always, each garment offers unique construction and fabrication. The collection draws inspiration from military patterns and details, as seen in the Camo Jacquard Knit with velcro patch detail. The camo facade is also seen throughout the accessory line, including socks and scarfs.
Norse Projects Autumn 18
Danish label, Norse Projects returns this season with a selection of premium staples, from tees to shirting, knits and accessories. Known for their understated aesthetic, the label emphasises cut, fabric and tone. In doing so, Norse Projects translates the effortless Scandinavian aesthetic into unique, high-quality silhouettes. The Autumn 18 collection is available now, in store and online at Apartment.
Block Party Double Pass
Adidas X Neighborhood FW18
Stone Island AW18
Latest Arrivals From Gosha Rubchinskiy
Gosha Rubchinskiy returns this season with yet another eclectic collection, drawing inspiration from street and 90’s silhouettes. The range is accompanied by the ongoing collaborative line with Adidas, offering a selection of athletic apparel with added brand details.
As always, the collection features a variety of bold printed tees, embellished with Russian typographic detail that has become one of the label’s most recognisable features. The selection of fabric adds to the luxurious feel of even the most basic items from Gosha Rubchinskiy. Combined with the meticulous approach to cut and fit, the range offers a unique blend of luxury and street.
Continuing an ongoing collaborative relationship with Adidas, Gosha Rubchinskiy drops the athletic Woven Jacket with matching Pants. The classic track styled jacket and pants feature signature branded detail from both sides of the collaboration. In contrast to the athletic range, Gosha also offers a number of Graphic Knits, each featuring high ribbed neck detail and drop shoulder.
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