Houston artist and fashion enthusiast Sanchez Paris is on the rise. If you are into fashion, he is the right person to follow. I would have to say his very versatile when it comes to fashion. He can go vintage, urban, simplistic or a mixture of all. He is also a musical artist with a couple of projects out already, which you can find on Sneed Chronicles. So go follow him ASAP on twitter @Kidamigo_ and on Instagram @asoulja4jesus. You won’t be sorry. Make sure you follow his movement @richskatehouse on instagram as well.
Nike is simply the best when it comes to innovative footwear. The Nike Studio Wrap that they have created is intended for indoor activities like yoga Read More
Vans OTW is set to debut a new model for Spring 2012 with the midcut Stovepipe. The casual offering highlights a unique, hidden lacing system, while obtaining an overall minimalistic approach. Initially, the makeup will be available in a pair of tonal colorways, so be on the lookout for these in the future.
The Converse Jack Purcell already had a signature design element with its instantly recognizeable toe ‘smile’, but a new variation released just over a year ago has become quite popular with its own obvious ‘extra’. The Jack Purcell Johnny is at the peak of its powers in this superb new tweed edition that proves a purple and yellow weave can echo a sophisticated traditional style just as easily as the LA Lakers’ uniforms. These go a step deeper into the dressy realm thanks to the Johnny’s ‘seatbelts’ being cast in a rich mahogany leather, and it’s hard to imagine a shoe better fitting a white sole than this dark yet warm upper. Check out Converse retailers or check out Size? to cop the shoe.
Lifestyle footwear label Android Homme has partnered with Heineken as part of the Heineken 100 capsule; using the Android Homme 2.5 Propulsion luxury sneaker/boot, the designers behind this selective collaboration utilized a sleek black leather upper with pony hair on the ankle and tongue, a green inner lining, and the Heineken logo stamped on the side of the shoe. A celebratory launch event will take place tonight at 7:00 PM PST at the Martha Otero Gallery, hosted by photographer Mel D. Cole. You could be one of the flyest cats walking down the street with pony hair on your shoe ya dig lol. So stay tuned for more info.
Imaginary Foundation is not just your ordinary clothing line, they are the meaning of inspiration. The Imaginary Foundation is a think tank from Switzerland that does experimental research on new ways of thinking and the power of the imagination. They hold dear a belief in human potential and seek progress in all directions. The small clandestine team is headed up by the mysterious “Director,” a 70-something Uber-intellectual whose father founded the Dadaist movement. Avoiding direct publicity, the team has sought clothing as an unlikely vehicle for bringing their ideas beyond the academic realm and into popular culture. I have been not just a customer, but a fan of the line. The thought behind the artwork is amazing and the message that each portrait delivers is surpass great. Greatness is what every person should strive for and I think Imaginary Foundation does a great job of portraying it. I suggest you check them out. They have clothing for men and women, so go to imaginaryfoundation.com for more info.
The indie brand Creative Recreation is coming out with the Wool Pack. The light shades of grey and wool give the shoes a fresh look. Especially with the holidays coming around. Each shoe is detailed, from the leather piping to the tongue work. The pack will out in the next couple weeks, so be on the lookout for them at any Creative Recreation retailers.
All I can say is, I love NIKE. Nike created Marty McFly’s shoes, the Nike Air Mag 2011. Which were part of the great “Back to the Future 2”. Only 1,500 pairs were made and everyday for 10 days starting on Sept. 8, Nike and Ebay will auction off 150 pairs. These shoes aren’t in hundreds either, they are in the thousands! I’m a sneakerhead and I would most definitely pay a couple stacks for these.They light up, plus the proceeds benefit the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research. One pair sold for more than $38,000. So forget the house you were going to buy and get these instead.
Here’s a watch that hits on all sorts of major trends right now—blue dials and rubber straps, to name two—but is still perfectly classic. The Clipper was originally launched by Hermès in 1981 as a nautical watch. It can run up to $6g’s. But I’m sure you can find it cheaper. Check out the link below for more info.