20 march – 07 july 2013 | london
9 march 2013 | chicago
with two very different ways of selling you boxers and two very different leading men.
visual merchandising becomes public art that interacts with new york city pedestrians.
wind – and water-resistant, very warm for its weight, highly compressible and can be worn as insulation or outerwear in cold climates.
Bamboo fabric not so eco, biodegradable, antimicrobial, natural, etc. etc. etc.
Art Center College of Design student Nancy Wu and premier sportswear company Nike. The cut-and-sew experiment produced a final product, reminiscent of Roman sandals.
Here’s a nice Valentine gift for that special person who likes casual, protection from the elements, and protection from Uzi’s & 44 magnums. Plus it’s waterproof, with an optional stab-proof lining. It’s a bit pricier than one that protects you from bird shot. The sales rep wouldn’t say how much but our research guesses at […]
Newly created design applause category ( Ouch! ) inspired by… well, you be the judge. More images of the show can be seen via The Guardian. Designer(s): Jean-Paul Gaultier, Dries Van Noten, Henrik Vibskov, Louis Vuitton, Yohji Yamamoto, Gaspard Yurkievitch
Refinery29 uncovered some exceptional footwear styles for guys that use fabric and water-proof treatments in a modern, fashionable way. ( above, from left ) Acne for Tretorn Stroll High Sneakers (rubber galosh sole, water-resistant upper), $240; ( above, from left )Gram 383g Softshell Sneakers (rubber sole, waterproof upper, micro fleece lining), $130. To see all […]