weyep Spring/Summer 2015

By Editor in Fashion on September 18th, 2014 | Please comment !! »

Check out the first collection from WEYEP (formerly known as Barbudos) by Japanese designer Moribe Yuya. While I’m not crazy about every piece in the collection, the majority are cool and wearable. More images after the click. Read more »

Converse Rubber Chucks

By Editor in Fashion on September 17th, 2014 | Please comment !! »

Rainy weather is just around the corner in NYC. What could be better than rubber Chucks??! I mean who likes rain boots anyway?

Converse debuts the Fall 2014 Chuck Taylor All Star Rubber collection, providing a stylish way to protect your feet from rainy days. The Fall 2014 Chuck Taylor All Star Rubber collection features soft fleece lining, with a rubber upper in rich monochromatic colors. Designed with a gusseted tongue and brass eyelets, the water resistant Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Rubber is built to help protect your feet during rainy day weather and music festival mud pits.”

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OLOW Fall/Winter 2014

By Editor in Fashion, Video on September 17th, 2014 | Please comment !! »

SHOP > Diadora Heritage Kangaroo Hightops

By Editor in Fashion on September 17th, 2014 | Please comment !! »

Heritage Kangaroo Hightop Sneakers
Diadora Heritage
$231
From Luisa Via Roma‘s eShop

 

Alexandre Plokhov Spring/Summer 2015

By Editor in Fashion on September 17th, 2014 | Please comment !! »

We finally got images of the Spring/Summer 2015 menswear collection from Alexandre Plokhov and it’s awesome.

INSPIRATION “Wraith” is thought to originate either from the Old Norse “vorthr,” meaning “watcher” or the Scottish “warth,” a guardian angel or ghost seen as a warning. As the inspiration for this collection, I’m thinking of a wraith more as a harbinger of change.

SILHOUETTE The collection’s proportions are informed by the stylistic jumble of modern streetwear and sports apparel. Nothing is rigid or constricting; everything is fluid, allowing for comfort and ease of movement. At times oversized, at times cropped, the clothes reflect street influences channeled through the designer’s eye. The Collection lets go of formal dress codes, replacing them with the brash insouciance of youth.

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