You may remember that in 2015, adidas debuted the first sneaker made entirely of reclaimed ocean waste.
Now, the brand with the three stripes has embarked on a whole new method of designing and manufacturing their footwear, one which allows the sneakers to be individually tuned to the needs of the wearer – be it a runner or footballer. Continue reading →
Despite being less than seven years old, Amsterdam-based footwear gurus Filling Pieces have made a huge impact on the sneaker scene in a relatively short space of time.
The brainchild of Dutch architect Guillaume Philibert, Filling Pieces was designed to bridge the gap between streetwear and luxury, and to provide premium materials on a brand-new silhouette at an affordable price point. Continue reading →
I’m a big fan of independently-produced city guides. They’re a great way of familiarising yourself with a place you haven’t yet visited and are also a means of breathing new life into a city that you’ve long become familiar with.
Cereal, the magazine-slash-journal, produced two such guides in 2015 – simply titled ‘London’ and ‘New York’. Each one details the places to go, things to see and even include essays from notable residents of each city. Continue reading →
Yes, you read that correctly. Lauded Italian powerhouse Versace has released a collection of exclusive Emojis for iPhone, which allows users to recreate their famous Medusa logo using a variety of smiley yellow characters, just in time for Valentine’s Day. Continue reading →
Founded in 2004, Common Projects has quickly risen to become the footwear of choice for those seeking a minimalist silhouette, subtle branding and premium materials. Buttery-smooth Nappa Leather and flawless hand-stitching are in plentiful supply on each and every pair of their sneakers, and the versatility of an all-white low-profile sneaker really cannot be overstated. Continue reading →
There was once a time when men were rugged, leathery-skinned behemoths who believed themselves to be little more than machinery, a vast array of muscle and cartilage, with a laser-focus on completing any task laid before them – from rebuilding a car engine to felling a tree. Continue reading →
In the UK, today is officially the first day of Autumn (or Fall). Sounds great; the morning sunshine dappling through the burnished leaves, chunky-knit scarves and wooly mittens, that brief euphoria you feel when you wake up on a Sunday morning, the rain lashing at the windows, and realise you can go back to sleep because you have nowhere to be. It’s one of the most picturesque times of the year, and the weather is usually tolerable enough to actually go outside and enjoy the sights without the risk of frostbite gnawing your face off. Continue reading →