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Sneakers Jul 31, 2008

Nike Beijing Olympics Dunk Low Color Pack

Nike continues to present product specifically for the Beijing Olympics event. The latest we came across is this Dunk Low Color Pack. It consists of five Dunk Lows, all coming in a unicolor upper in red, green, yellow, blue and … Read more
Uncategorized Jul 2, 2008

BBB – Booji Footwear for Women

Not much is known on the new Booji line which looks to be targeted for women, but we do know that we’re obliged to show you photos of this full collection that interestingly enough will have limited distribution in the … Read more
Fashion Jun 30, 2008

Rogue Status Womens Collection

Rogue Status has released their first womens collection. With the same spirit and graphic style than their mens collection, the first womens collection comes along. Strong messanges and graphics can be found in this first line-up. Check out… Read more
Sneakers May 14, 2008

Nike Jordan 1 Retro GS

Here we present you a new Nike Jordan 1 Retro GS. This womens model comes in a white/red/metallic colorway. It features a flame embroidery on the sidepanels. Hangtime has them in stock now. More detailed images after the jump. Read more
Fashion Apr 23, 2008

GouMada by SSUR

SSUR is once again at it and has launched this past week the website of his newest line, going after the name GouMada. In 2007, GouMada launched it’s first collection - a high end women’s version of the SSUR line. The GouMada … Read more
Sneakers Apr 15, 2008

Nike Court Force “Diamond” Pack

Nike presents a new Court Force pack for women – the Diamond Pack. It consists of a silver Court Force Lo and a gold Court Force Hi. A nice mix of materials and application of rhinestones gives the sneakers a … Read more
Fashion Apr 13, 2008

Crooks & Castles 8021 Womens T-Shirts

We give you a look at the first womens t-shirts to be released by Crooks & Castles. The t-shirts come out as part of the 8021 Womens Collection, which is only available at the Crooks & Castles flagship store in … Read more
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