Chivalrous Culture Hamachi – Spring 2011 Collection

Chivalrous Culture Hamachi   Spring 2011 Collection

After success in 2010, Chivalrous Culture is bringing their flagship model, the Hamachi back in four classic colors. For those who follow our Live Blog, you’ll remember we previewed Chivalrous Culture while at Magic last August and saw an exciting mixture of great colorways with excellent usage of materials. This new collection refocuses on the brand values mission of combining street-conscious footwear fashion with runway-ready appeal.

The ‘Black Tumble’ offers the classic lifestyle charm, combining smooth flat leather with a tumbled leather on the shoe’s upper. ‘Platinum Grey’ presents a street-ready option, with a full-suede look that’s ready to be paired with denim jeans. For some added flare, ‘Burgundy Patent’ features a glossy patent leather complemented with tumbled leather in a tonal colorway, while ‘Pure White Patent’ boasts a resplendent tonal white package prepped for a red carpet premiere. This new 2011 collection is Rev Run approved and all four are available now exclusively at

Chivalrous Culture Hamachi   Spring 2011 Collection


UNDERCOVER – UNDERMAN Spring/Summer 2011 | Preview

UNDERCOVER   UNDERMAN Spring/Summer 2011 | Preview

Mythical superhero UNDERMAN and his epic adventure on fighting evil, the Spring/Summer 2011 collection of UNDERCOVER returned to the imaginary world conceived by its founder, Jun Takahashi. Comic fans will appreciate the special trading cards, produced in the form of a look book. The label even gone to the trouble of making a custom made card booklet to store the cards in mint condition. As far as the collection is concerned, it is filled with highly designed pieces you would expect from Jun Takahashi and the dark tones are used through out the collection. As the initial deliveries have commenced, so check your local UNDERCOVER dealer for the riders jackets, parkas, t-shirts, pants, boots and accessories.

UNDERCOVER   UNDERMAN Spring/Summer 2011 | Preview

UNDERCOVER   UNDERMAN Spring/Summer 2011 | Preview


Nike Air Force 1 Duck Boot Black/Black

Earlier in the month we presented a brown colorway in Nike’s newly released Air Force 1 Duck Boot. Complimenting that pair is an all-black version, which has now landed at stateside accounts. The shoes pair Nike’s timeless Air Force 1 look with the function of your traditional Duck Boot, making for the perfect winter sneaker especially for those on the East Coast. Priced at $165 USD, these are now available via the Premier online store.


Nike Air PR1 Black/Electric Green

Nike Air PR1 Black/Electric Green Sneakers

The Nike Air PR1 high top sneaker will be releasing later this month in a new limited edition black/electric green colorway. The upper features different materials and textures, with electric green serving as the accent color. Mita will be dropping the sneaker on January 22nd.

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Johnny Cupcakes Valentine’s Day

As they do every year, Johnny Cupcakes celebrates Valentine’s Day with a special t-shirt. This year they put a slight twist on the classic Crossbones graphic. The tee releases in both men’s and women’s sizes next Friday. To make things a little more special, every Johnny Cupcakes location will be serving free cupcakes. Get there bright and early.

Marni 2011 Fall Collection

Marni, with Consuelo Castiglioni at its helm as creative director, went the utilitarian route for their Fall 2011 menswear collection. With unconstructed khaki suits and heavy fabrics like gab, fleece and felt, the label created an interesting mix of texture by combining different materials. Several single and double-breasted felt overcoats had slick leather sleeves, and one particular navy velvet suit came with a two-tone pant. Marni also collaborated with Italian hat maker Borsalino to produce the felt trilbies.

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Alexander McQueen 2011 Fall/Winter Collection

As Alexander McQueen embarked on its newest chapters under the guidance of Sarah Burton, the label didn’t miss a beat through its Fall/Winter 2011 showing. The collection brought forth an eclectic mix of progressive silhouettes with traditional tailoring. Oversized collars on the jackets along with material contrasts were two notable themes which helped highlight a strong forthcoming collection.

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