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Sneakers Jan 27, 2012

Common Projects Spring/Summer 2012 Releases

Common Projects keeps doing their thing well into Spring/Summer 2012. One of our favorites in the all-navy suede chukka boot seen above. Other highlights include all-black Achilles, fresh Officer’s Derbys and Rec Shoes and Shell-Toes in… Read more
Sneakers Oct 11, 2011

High Tops High Above The City

Mr. Porter has produced a nice sneaker feature. High top sneakers from their current catalogue are feature hanging high above the city, with the visual outcome being rather cool. Presented are sneakers by Common Projects, Converse, Bottega… Read more
Shoes Sep 17, 2011

Common Projects Spring 2012 Preview

A very solid Spring 2012 lineup from the sneaker makers par excellence, Common Projects. As our pals from Tres Bien put it; “it takes a subtle eye to appreciate everything that makes up the CP collection, but Pete and Flavio … Read more
Boots Aug 9, 2011

Common Projects Postal Boot

Common Projects introduces another new boot for Fall/Winter 2011, next to the Duck Boot that released this season. The new Postal Boot is once again a modern interpretation of a classic and as usual Common Projects manages to be that… Read more
Boots Aug 2, 2011

Common Project Duck Boots

As part of their Fall/Winter 2011 Collection, Common Projects introduces their new Duck Boot. Developing and growing the collection one step at a time, the new silhouette once again is nothing but really clean. This might be the most… Read more
Sneakers May 11, 2011

Common Projects Cap Toe Low Tan

We present one of our favorite sneakers to release this season from Common Projects – the Cap Toe Low Tan. The mix of the tan and white leather works out really nice and makes them really easy to match to … Read more
Sneakers Feb 23, 2011

Common Projects x Zero + Maria Cornejo Slip-On

Common Projects has collaborated with New York-based designers Zero + Maria Cornejo on a sneaker featuring contrasting grey and navy leathers, an elastic bridge over the tongue and a rubber sole. While we’re happy to see Common Projects try… Read more
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