• Suicoke Breathes Life into Cozy Winter Footwear for FW19

    29 days ago - By Hypebeast

    After a series of summer collaborations , sandal brand Suicoke begins prepping for colder weather with its Fall/Winter 2019 lookbook. The highly influential footwear label showcases a wide variety of new styles, all specially suited for battling winter chill and slushy snow. Shot on a Japanese street, the footwear styles are complemented by equally progressive seasonal layers. Slouchy sweaters, ankle-length coats, pullover shirts and pleated shorts provide a sophisticated counterpoint to the variety of shoes, which range from muted leather slip-ons with running shoe-like outsoles to a...
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  • Grind London Features Retro Graphics in FW19 Collection

    Grind London Features Retro Graphics in FW19 Collection

    29 days ago - By Hypebeast

    Following Grind London's Spring/Summer 2020 preview drop which featured photographic patterns and unique hand-screen printing techniques, the U.K.-based brand returns with its Fall/Winter 2019 collection titled "Rituals." Like the SS20 preview, "Rituals" returns with hand-screen printed graphics, along with premium comb cotton tees and reverse-loop hooded sweatshirts. Shirts, jackets and trousers feature Grind London patterns, with panel systems and prints found on sportswear and tracksuits. The collection also includes cotton cord belts on trousers and a selection of baseball caps and...
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  • Two Major Artists to Know from Supreme's Fall/Winter 2019 Collaborations

    Two Major Artists to Know from Supreme's Fall/Winter 2019 Collaborations

    29 days ago - By Hypebeast

    Earlier this week, Supreme unveiled its latest collection for the Fall/Winter 2019 season and, as expected, it's already caused waves amongst fans. Nestled among the typical array of off-kilter Supreme-branded accessories is the work of three artists. We previously covered documentarian Emile De Antonio , after an edited still from his 1968 Vietnam War documentary In The Year of The Pig appeared on one of Supreme's jackets. This time we'll examine the work of Rita Ackermann and Martin Wong, whose art appears on select Supreme apparel pieces. While very different in style, both artists who...
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