8 Jul
Featuring new lenses that can actually make you happier

To celebrate their 20th anniversary, Southern California eyewear stalwarts SPY Sunglasses have released a new line of Happy Lens glasses that allege to be just that — they keep your eyes, and your mood, happy. Happy technology claims to be the biggest deal to hit a pair of shades since the polarized lens. These lenses will perfect color and […]


13 Feb
The latest release from the overlord of subtle footwear

The latest adidas Originals sneaker comes off as a bit more reserved for Jeremy Scott, who’s made his famed footwear into everything from psychedelic teddy bears to Totem poles. This latest takes adidas’ Instinct High silhouette and brandishes the exaggerated padded tongue with a bold representation of the British flag, aka the Union Jack, leading to the apt […]


14 Jan
Six unique 1940s pea coats embroidered & customized

Having just come onto the scene last August, Los Angeles-based label U.SSKB now teams up with customization master and fellow Angeleno Dr. Romanelli for their latest release. After debuting their inaugural footwear collection with Mark McNairy, for 2013 the label now offers a series of six vintage 1940s pea coats restyled with zippers, hand chain stitching and […]


18 Jun
Crafted of bison leather, suede lining & copper hardware

Parabellum‘s Medicine Man duffle bag is built with their signature free-range bison leather, lined with calf suede and adorned with copper hardware. Comprised of over 300 different pieces all perfectly hand stitched together right here in Los Angeles, the bag comes with adjustable and changeable handles, and an extremely durable shoulder strap with a hand-forged […]


13 Jun
Celebrating 2012 Olympic games with 574s & 620s

The 2012 Summer olympic games are happening in London and New Balance is getting in on the action. The “Road To London” collection imprints red, white, blue, and gold Union Jack colorways onto the 574 and 620 styles using the favorite block print technique. They will be on the rocks, shaken not stirred, on racks in […]


28 Mar
Iconic British label puts all its cliques into collectible figure form

The iconic British label Fred Perry has spurred many a youth movement in its day, starting off as simply a tennis label which was then unknowingly adopted by — and in many ways ended up defining — the mods. The 2tones came after, and soon the label was appropriated by a seemingly incongruous gamut of […]


16 Mar
A UK special wingtip shoe with a touch of distressing

If you’re looking for an all around useful shoe to employ as the weather heats up, you could do far worse than a pair of wingtip brogues. Ben Sherman knows this, so fresh for their Spring/Summer 2012 collection they’re releasing the Qewy Leather Brogues. Now we’re usually not fans of pre-worn out clothing, but these […]


27 Oct
Snapbacks & trucker hats from the famed UK cultural agitator

Kind of hard to believe Banksy is actually officially involved in this hat collection, or it could just be a case of streetwear pop art appropriation — we’ll keep our eyes out. Rarely does the famed British street artist/cultural agitator/merry prankster license his work out, but it does happen every so often so I guess […]