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Once again Raf Simons applies the magic touch to his ongoing collaboration with adidas. This latest entry in the oft flamboyant line provides an alternative all-pink colorway to the Fall/Winter 2014 interpretation of the Stan Smith.
adidas Originals ZX Flux White from $108
It appears as though the trend towards monochromatic footwear won’t slow down anytime soon. While we wait for the trickle down effect from Raf Simons’s love of color, we can at least appreciate the beauty of the all-white ZX Flux, a sneaker uniquely suited to the sci-fi look.
Known primarily for its denim, Canadian brand Naked & Famous has a penchant for the rare move that comes out of left field. This cotton kimono belongs to that practice but also grounds the piece in a justified reverence for the denim’s Japanese pedigree.
Yohji Yamamoto has inspired millions with a brand of fashion that more than justifies his designation as a designer. This gorgeous coffee table book Yamamoto & Yohji explores some of the iconoclast’s best work. Contributions from the likes of Wim Wender and Jean Nouvel flesh out the content.
A Bavarian hunter does Pharrell. At least that seems to have been what went up on the mood board at the last Burberry design meeting. Kidding aside, this green rabbit-felt hat looks a lot better than it sounds. The green gives it a uniquely woodsy flair.
This black puffer jacket from Lazy Oaf features an all-over lizard print on the arms and torso. As the brutal stretch of winter gets underway, it’s nice to see colors that inspire some warm feelings, even if the jacket is perhaps a little too reminiscent of Supreme’s leopard print The North Face jacket.
Fear of God’s grey tweed overcoat features elegant lapels and an open front for a piece that will compliment formal attire, and create a look that recalls previous centuries. While protection from the elements doesn’t seem to be the main consideration here, the coat looks classy enough for a prince.
The latest version of the Air Max 1, the Ultra Moire, makes the 1987 original look like an artifact, yet the profile is no different. Colorway and upper combine for a sneaker that looks like the future has arrived.
It’s hard to tell whether H&M’s suede biker jacket is more Bowie or Brando. Either way, the atypically sturdy looking piece from the retail giant has a silkiness to it that promises a wild time, be it on a bike or a dance floor.
When it comes to graphic apparel, Hood By Air certainly doesn’t play it down – the Illusion Print T-Shirt is no different; a design that will turn heads. The off-symmetry of the large square spreads from side to sleeve.
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