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LeBron Soldier 12 Agimat Philippines

Le 6 juin 2018, 13:49 dans Humeurs 0

To follow up on last year’s LeBron 14 “Agimat” offering for the Philippines, the King and the Swoosh have teamed up once again for a special LeBron Soldier 12 under the same monicker. In the Philippines, the word agimat translates to amulet and charm, while also representing a Filipino system of magic that acts a higher power for the people of the island. Inspired by LeBron’s superhuman and almost magic-like abilities on the court and the undying love that the Philippines has for the game of basketball, this new Soldier 12 ushers in the same tonal color scheme as last year’s 14. Standout details include the words “Mula Mandirigma Sa Mandirigma”, which translates to “From One Warrior to Another”, as well as “MNL” and “330” to represent Manila and Akron respectively. A special graphic on the insole is inspired by Filipino volcanoes as well as the steep mountainous terrain of the country. Take a peak at a detailed set of images below and expect pairs to being arriving at retailers on June 15th. https://www.goodsale.org

Fashion label Off White Sneaker design by Virgil Abloh

Le 31 janvier 2018, 15:58 dans Humeurs 0

Off-White Sneaker is a fashion label founded by DJ and fashion designer Virgil Abloh in 2012, following his reappropriated art experiment, PYREX VISION. The current designs range from patchwork to graphic t-shirts, and all of them feature the company’s now trademark stripes, noticeably embossed on its back along with its name “WHITE.” As well as, being carried by various retailers worldwide, OFF-WHITE opened its first location and flagship store in Hong Kong. In 2013, Virgil Abloh turned Pyrex Vision, the blog he launched in March 2010, into a clothing label of the same name. “I just wanna start a brand that inspires and is geared towards youth,” he told i-D. “The internet generation, these kids that you see here today. It’s all for them.” Pyrex Vision, Abloh’s first official foray into fashion, consisted mostly of T-shirts, hoodies, and a series of $500 deadstock Rugby Ralph Lauren shirts all screen printed with the word “PYREX.” In a matter of months, the brand became a streetwear sensation. But Pyrex Vision wouldn’t be Abloh’s only fashion endeavour. By the end of 2013, he deaded Pyrex Vision and launched Off-White, a full cut and sew line produced in Italy that blended streetwear and luxury. Since then, Abloh has grown Off-White to include women’s, accessories, and footwear. The brand is now sold at many of the top retailers (Barneys, SSENSE, The Webster, Bergdorf Goodman), and has been worn by A-list celebrities like Kanye West, Jay-Z, Justin Bieber, and Rihanna. Abloh’s captured both streetwear and high-fashion audiences in a way many designers have not. “He’s one of the first people to have touched both worlds,” says American sportswear designer John Elliott. “For me, as a casual observer, it’s interesting to see those two worlds not only interact but also co-exist. You have to really tip your hat to Virgil.” Abloh is coming off his best year so far. In 2017, he opened several Off-White stores, including one in Hong Kong, Shanghai, and New York, presented his men’s collection at Pitti Uomo in Florence, and collaborated with Nike on 10 insanely successful and popular sneakers. But if his men’s Fall/Winter 2018 fashion show in Paris yesterday is any indication, Abloh hasn’t peaked yet. Staged at the Centre Pompidou, Virgil Abloh Off White show called “Business Casual” was a display in exploration and growth. Abloh combined signature pieces, like hoodies and T-shirts, with suiting. He re-engineered basic clothing in the form of twisted-seam sweatshirts, as well as shirts and polos with buttons curving down to the right that made the pieces look like they were buttoned incorrectly. He also teased a new collaboration with Timberland and Off-White x Air Jordan 1s, which some models wore down the runway. “He’s so creative that he’s at no loss for new ways to tell stories and interpret style or show his expertise with pattern making,” says Elliott.Off-White made its official men’s runway debut in Paris just two years ago, in January 2016. But despite being the most eventful fashion week around the world, with big names like Rick Owens and Louis Vuitton also on the schedule, and as more designers leave New York for the City of Lights, Off-White has become a must-see. In fact, yesterday’s show was packed with celebrities, designers, and fashion insiders, including Future, Metro Boomin’, Takashi Murakami, Miguel, Kareem “Biggs” Burke, John Elliott, Jerry Lorenzo, Luka Sabbat, Rhuigi Villasenor, Aleali May, Don C, and more. For some of them, like Elliott and Villaseñor, what Abloh has accomplished with Off-White is astounding—and just the beginning for the designer.Good Sneaker Sale

Jordan 11 Win Like '82 Jordan 11 Win Like ’96 Family Size

Le 14 octobre 2017, 16:24 dans Humeurs 0

Jordan Brand has unveiled one of its upcoming Air Jordan 11s for the holiday season and it celebrates the 30th season of the Chicago Bulls.Formerly the most winningest season on record, the ’96 Bulls team was ferocious. In the offseason the team acquired Dennis Rodman, and under the leadership of Phil Jackson and Michael Jordan, the Bulls proceeded to go 72-10 for the season.
The holiday ’17 lineup is highlighted by two packs dedicated to basketball icon Michael Jordan’s winning ways in college and the NBA.As a nod to Jordan’s time at the University of North Carolina, the label paired a classic look with its latest performance style for Jordan 11 Win Like 82 The two-shoe drop comprises an Air Jordan XXXII and an Air Jordan 11, both dressed in tonal blue hues, which arrive on Nov. 4 and Nov. 11, respectively.
Jordan Brand also paired the Air Jordan XXXII and the Jordan 11 Win Like 96,” inspired by the baller’s championship wins with the Chicago Bulls. The predominantly red look arrives on Dec. 2 (Air Jordan XXXII) and Dec. 9 (Air Jordan 11).
Aside from the aforementioned Air Jordan XXXIIs, the brand will release other iterations of the shoe, including the beloved “Bred” look in a mid and low on Oct. 18, the “CEO” on Oct. 20 (a tribute to Jordan’s role as CEO of the Charlotte Hornets), and the “Russ” on Nov. 22 (a style dedicated to NBA superstar Russell Westbrook).You could find them at www.jordan11lowbreds.com in fully-family sizing. Stay tuned for more updates.

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