The black adidas yeezy boost 350 will be released on August 22nd 2015 according to hichem.org. Kanye West has already been seen wearing an all black pair after the intial reveal in February perhaps representing the change of season as summer ends and winter approaches. The all black pair of yeezy boost 350 is likely to sell as quickly as its predecessor, the grey/white editions. For it to succeed at such a level it should be as widely available as the first pair, but some are concerned that maybe it won’t be.
This season, Hender Scheme unveils a range of stylish and practical leather headwear. Crafted by hand from the finest pig suede or raw cowhide these unique hats contain a cotton twill sweatband, front inner panels and seam taping. This leather accessory is marked with a stamped raw leather patch around the sweatband and also features a fastening strap to match it with coated brass hardware. An integral part of the tanning process of the caps results in the treatment for wind and water resistance further making them useful but at the same time a stylish commodity.
The greatly anticipated mr bathing ape line has returned with a new updated collection to accompany the modern style. In retaining it’s smart and sophisticated look, the imprint presents multiple suit and tie options, further including button-up shirts, coats, sweaters, various tie accessories and headwear.
However, BAPE still acknowledges its renowned camouflage print, which is evident on a wide variety of the selection ranging from sweaters to ties and tops. Once getting a sneak peek at the new range from Mr Bathing Ape, be prepared for the fall for it to arrive at certain brand providers around the world.
Today we’re here to talk about a project which definitely is getting less attention than it deserves. Hong Kong streetwear shop Urban Sapes recently launched a new clothing line dubbed J.Wax which has just hit the shelves and brings a breath of fresh air to the rather circular streetwear fashion industry. Continue reading
The Nike Huarache NM is not the only new offshoot of the classic model invented by Tinker Hatfield. The latest is a hybrid model which has a neoprene slipper and a Free 5.0 sole. Continue reading
For the second consecutive year, the Jumpman brand blesses us with a new Celebration pack. The first one came out for the 23rd birthday of the AJ6. The first one, in brown leather, is inspired by the cigar, while the second is dubbed Champagne after the luxurious bubbly wine. Continue reading
In our opinion, suits are the most interesting type of men’s clothing.
On one hand, in the right suit, you can look sharp. You can look really sharp. You can look so sharp that the girls stop and stare wherever you go.
On the other hand, in the wrong suit, you look like a total slob. Even though what you’re wearing is formal, if it doesn’t fit you well, you don’t look formal.
There are actually a few different types of suits – this is your guide to choosing the right one for your body type. It’s the first step towards getting that sharp look that makes them stop and stare.
Before we begin: determining your body type
Take a look at yourself in the mirror. How lean are you?
Be honest, because this is the deciding factor in which type of suit you should wear.
If you consider yourself to be anywhere from average to athletic, then you should wear a European suit.
If you consider yourself to be anywhere from average to overweight, then you should wear an American suit.
If you’re either or and looking to try something different, you should wear a continental suit.
Below, we’ll break down the characteristics of each so that you can know why we just recommended what we did.
Suit Type #1: American
This is the classic suit that Americans have worn since suits became popular.
Originally, they were developed because on average, Americans are just bigger than Europeans. The slim European suits looked ridiculous on the average American, and of course, the point of a suit is to look sharp – not ridiculous.
So, the American suit was born. It’s characterized by wider shoulders, a more forgiving torso section, and a wider opening at the bottom to accommodate any love handles or extra fat around that section.
Suit Type #2: European
European suits are what started it all – they’re sleek, slim, and often times, borderline tight.
You should wear a European suit if and only if you can pull it off. They’re sort of like dress shirts – if you can pull of the slim-fitting ones, you should. It’s the right fit for your body.
But the last thing you want to do is wear a European suit if you’re overweight – the material will hug your fat, which won’t make you look sharp.
Suit Type #3: Continental
If you think you have your style under control and want to spring for something out of the ordinary, try a continental suit.
These are the traditional European suits, characterized especially by Italians. They feature wide shoulders, a shorter length, and high armholes to give you a unique appearance.
We wouldn’t recommend buying a continental suit online – there’s a good chance that you’ll buy it and end up looking ridiculous. Go into a store and try one on, though – if you can make it work, you’ll look more fashionable than anyone else in the room.
So you see? Suits aren’t too complicated – the first step is simply determining which type of suit to wear.
Determine your body type, see the features of each suit type above, and narrow down your browsing when you go to buy a suit. You’ll find that more and more suits you try on look sharp on you.
Usually, when you picture someone wearing all black, you picture someone who’s goth or emo.
And usually, this is true. But recently, there has been a movement called All Black Everything – it’s the act of wearing all black and looking like a put-together gentleman while doing so.
This is your basic guide to starting the All Black Everything look – only you can create your own unique style, but this will get you started off on the right direction.
First: what constitutes “All Black”?
Flower prints, out, in comes the Merlin print. This design which is composed of very apparent geometric patterns was created for silk scarves in the 1970’s. and they are quite similar or at least evocative of wax prints made for African fabrics.
Nike and Liberty have joined forces to reincarnate this wonderful print on some of our favorite sneakers. No Air Max 1 or Roshe though, and I’m sure some will be disappointed. The Merlin pack includes some classic models though, such as the Air Max 90 Ultra, the Nike Zenji and the Nike Tennis Classic Ultra as well as a whole range of different clothing items for your running sessions. It was however the first time that Liberty Fabrics of London worked on the Air Max Thea, Air Rift and Cortez. The print had been in a way as to respect each sneaker’s specifications and design. The full Nike x Liberty Merlin pack is available on the Nike website.
Shirts are never a problem. A little paisley pattern, some flower print, just wear a plain chino and you’re golden. But print pants? Now that’s another question. It can be tricky, and it can be catastrophic. Wallpaper immediately comes to mind.
That’s why Bese Saka came up with some small tips to be aware of to make sure your print game is on point. If your trousers are going to be the center of attention when it comes to checking out your outfit, you want good attention, right? Continue reading