In their extended collaboration on the project entitled “Il Palazzo,” Prada and Richard Haines have already constructed a book of paintings, an interactive web experience, and a shirt collection featuring Haines’ popular style of layering paintings with smudged charcoal. This revolutionary combination of Art and Technology can be found in more detail at Prada.
A cool process was implemented on this new denim piece from Nudie Jean in a collaboration with Atrium NYC. The Thin Finn styled jeans were originally dyed with what appears to be indigo then striped of their color with bleach and re-dyed with deep Rubin Red. Check more specs and details on this piece over at Atrium NYC.
With “doomsday” right around the corner, we are still reminded by GPPR that sex will sell till the very end. Their capsule collection entitled FUCK NOW APOCALYPSE LATER delivers a few key items that should aid in your survival such as a tee, sweatshirt, hat, and bracelet because we all want to look good till the very end right? Seize the moment to grab this at the Cloak Shop before it’s too late.
WeSC and Karmaloop have amazing chemistry together. The streetwear site has gone through WeSC’s archives a hand selected a few of their classic pieces and given them slight upgrades that will be a part of the WeSC x Karmaloop Special Holiday Collection. The collection will feature around 20 items varying in styles with many different patterns. Karmaloop is also holding a contest to give a lucky winner the entire collection! Releasing late December, keep up with the entire WeSC brand on Karmaloop.
Salute! The streetwear brand We Are The Process was created by a former Marine Corps member and the military influence is definitely relevant in this newest collection called “Hold The Line.” The release contains many items with the popular camo-print from vests, hoodies, tees, to even interesting accessories like combat knives. The props used in the lookbook really add to the overall appeal of the collection as well. See it in its entirety at WeAreTheProcess.
This collection’s colors were definitely an eye catcher for me. The burgundy and sand colors are perfectly used in Nixon’s newest up coming collection for the Spring/Summer season entitled “Desert Sand.” Your necessities for everyday outside travel are taken care of by the company by including (of course) watches, a camera, bag, jacket, glasses, and a pouch. According to Hypebeast, we can expect to see these in retailers in due time.
Lacoste enlists the talents of MNSTR (and also a celebration of René Lacoste’s 80th birthday), to demonstrate the “Polo of the Future.” Imagining the technology to be able to do what is presented in the video is just mind-boggling! We will definitely have to keep an eye out for these developments…