Combining fashion and technology seems to be inevitable in the direction of modern times. Lacoste expresses it’s vision for the future of their company with changing of colors by touching the alligator logo, extendable sleeves, self altering shirts and plenty of other futuristic features. Check out the Lacoste Future website as they ask what would you like to see in the future.
It seems sneakerheads Christmas wishes have come true this year, well at least for those in New York City. Moe’s Sneaker Spot is having their Grand Opening this Saturday in their new location in Glendale, New York. More than 600 shoes from Nike, Jordan Brand, and others that you may have missed out on this year including both Air Yeezy 2 colorways. All shoes will be sold at retail price. Be prepared to strong-arm a fellow sneakerhead and blow the gift money saved for your significant other when the doors open. Check out the and store address after the jump.
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Here’s a video from 2009 from Forbes about Hermès commitment to maintaining a luxury brand. Even with no sales or discounts, the brand has seemed to strive during rough financial times for our country. Exclusiveness seems to be the key and they’re “H” belt was arguably one of the hottest accessories in 2012. If you plan on purchasing a Hermès Belt this holiday check this list out of “How to tell if your Hermes Belt is fake” first.
We know winter has not arrived yet, but check out this sneak peek of the Louis Vuitton Men’s Spring/Summer 2013 preview by Jay McLaughlin. After check out the photos after the jump, you can’t say I didn’t give you enough time to save for your next seasons wardrobe.
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Founder of Staple Design and innovator of streetwear culture, Jeff Ng aka Jeff Staple takes time out to share some stories and personal opinion about a few of your favorite. This interview is a little old, but I still enjoy it and you will as well. Also check on Reed Space in our side bar, the creative agency Jeff owns.
I’ve only went snowboarding twice in my life, but I think that may change this winter just so I can wear a pair of , Nike Zoom DK Double Tongue Snowboarding Boots. Now all I need is snowboard that looks like Hoover Board from Back to the Future then just call me the next Shaun White. Drop your $350 here and then hit that halfpipe.
It looks as if New Era has decided to take the term “football head” to a new level. In collaboration Wilson Sporting Goods Co, New Era created this on-field leather snapback to celebrate the NFL International Series game at Wembley Stadium in London. The game will be played today Oct. 26th and hopefully you can purchase one of the 6 pieces made. Be prepared to $400 for this exclusiveness.