Nr. 1 in streetwear category
Puma rucksack with adjustable strap, access to main compartment with drawcord closure and inner zippered pocket. Part of Puma's 'Gold Pack'.
The first book to celebrate one of the iconic brands of American streetwear. An originator of West Coast street and skate style, FUCT was a cult Los Angeles brand that went on to become one of the most influential American streetwear labels, influencing not only the style but also the graphic and referential approach of countless artists and companies. Driven by the provocative vision of its creator, the artist Erik Brunetti, FUCT’s appeal drew on contemporary skate aesthetics and invoked a situationist slant on brand-oriented consumer culture. Famous for their appropriation of iconic logos, and renowned for collaborations with artists, designers, and companies as diverse as David Mann and Shawn Mortensen, FUCT continues to flirt with controversy as it remains at the forefront of American street fashion and culture. Published to coincide with the brand’s twentieth anniversary, with contributions from icons of the street fashion world such as Aaron Rose and Gary Warnett, this beautifully illustrated, comprehensive volume explores the archives of the brand’s products and advertising, as well as Brunetti’s artwork, sketches, and films that continue to inspire and inform the brand.
The Nike Air Flight Squad is a new silhouette introduced by Nike in the 2014 and merges some of the most appreciated styles from the Nike Basketball archive, Air Flight 89 and Air Jordan 4 among others. This new Quick Strike release (obviously in very limited quantities) is inspired by the classic bomber jacket and features a nylon and canvas upper with leather details, the iconic orange lining, a removable velcro tongue badge and visible Air sole unit.
A new silhouette that combines a vintage looking upper with a brand new sole. The Archive 83 M has a nylon, mesh and suede upper, a double density foam insole and a waffle sole for the perfecr grip.
Scrivere da Cani, Spiner 1994 - 2014 is a project curated by Stefano Mariani e
Filippo Nicolini around the style evolution of the Milanese graffiti writer Spiner.
This book contains a selection of more than 450 archive images of bombings and
tags of one of the main artists of the Lambrate area based TBC crew, shot over
ten years. Spiner is unique in the way he identifies characteristic places to
express himself. He’s unique for the constant research of his tools which is not
limited to the classics offered by the writing discipline and for his expressive
evolution, free from the constraints of creating readable texts. An attitude that
guided him through the city like an animal marking its territory. The idea of an
unreadable calligraphy - commonly associated to a ‘dog’s handwriting’ in Italian -
inspires the title of the book ‘Scrivere da Cani’ and represents a personal point of
view on contemporary writing, presented in its singularity within the Milanese
scene of recent years. For those who already know Spiner and appreciate his
style, this publication is a unique occasion to see an impressive quantity of his
works reunited in one archive, organized in a chronologic order and following the
evolution of his style. To those who may not know Spiner, this book represents a
chance to discover one of the most hermetic and explosive talents of the Italian
scene. A truly unique book that every lover of Milanese urban art should own.
Spiner is a one of a kind and maybe the last true urban writer. The last of a dying
breed of stray dogs.
Introduction by Filippo Nicolini and foreword by Simone Pallotta.
Photography by Stefano Mariani.
Bind, 416 pages, 23x15,5 cm, 150 cover edition
The Nike Air Flight Squad is a new silhouette introduced by Nike in the 2014 and merges some of the most appreciated styles from the Nike Basketball archive, Air Flight 89 and Air Jordan 4 among others. Brand new classy release with quilted sewings, suede and nylon upper, contrast leather details, and a beautiful gum sole.
The Nike Air Flight Squad is a new silhouette introduced by Nike in the 2014 and merges some of the most appreciated styles from the Nike Basketball archive, Air Flight 89 and Air Jordan 4 among others. New tonal release!
The Nike Air Flight Squad is a new silhouette introduced by Nike in the 2014 and merges some of the most appreciated styles from the Nike Basketball archive, Air Flight 89 and Air Jordan 4 among others. This new release is part of the 'Cork Pack'and has a cork effect upper. Black details, visible air unit and contrast lime sole.
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The Adidas ZX 710 made its debut in 1987 in the midst of a boom in running tech. The retro shape features a synthetic and mesh upper, iconic stipes with ribbed texture, padded tongue and Dellinger webbing on the midsole delivering a true classic runner. After the launch, the ZX 710 was tucked into the archives for decades until this season's rerelease. Limited quantities!
The new Nike Pegasus 89, one of the most loved retro running shoes from the Nike archives, are back in this new colorway featuring mesh and suede upper.
Published on the occasion of the first major survey of Barry McGee’s work, this monumental volume records more than two decades of incredible fecundity, over the course of which McGee has pioneered a new iconography of sharp street vitality and graphic snap. McGee began as a graffiti artist on the streets of San Francisco, working under such tags as Ray Fong, Twist and Twisto, and his work since then has hugely expanded the terms of both street art and contemporary art. The freshness of McGee’s work stems in part from his virtuoso handling and consolidation of a whole panoply of influences, from hobo art, sign painting and graffiti to comics, Beat literature and much else. His extraordinary skill as a draughtsman is energized by his insistence on pushing at the parameters of art--his work can be shockingly informal in the gallery and surprisingly elegant on the street--and by his keen nose for social malaise. This volume revisits McGee’s most influential installations in art spaces, and considers the evolution of his aesthetic within institutional settings. Previously unseen photographs by Craig Costello document the artist’s work on the streets of San Francisco in the early 90s, highlighting the contributions of his friends and mentors. Also included are images from the artist’s famous slide lecture, compiled and refined over the past 20 years, and an oral history of the Bay Area’s Mission School by McGee’s friends, mentors and collaborators. Featuring 450 images, including many never before published, the book is designed by the artist in collaboration with Conny Purtill. Strongly suggested!
Mix a classic old-school chukka boot design from the past with leisure shoe
details inspired by the Adidas archive and you get the new Foray shoes. They
have a soft suede upper, mesh lining and rubber outsole for a superior comfort.
Two pair of laces.