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NEW FILA COLLECTION


Since their resurgence, it seems that Fila

just keep getting better and better. This fall collection reimagines some of their classic tracksuits, and trainers, to put Italian sportswear back at the forefront of fashion.



NEW BAPESTAS


The iconic Bapesta silhouette has surfaced in three summery colourways; a pink and yellow, blue and red, and green and yellow. If you have the money and want an alternative to a pair of Air Force, then go for these. Personally, I love the glossy finish they come in too, it creates a more premium feel to the trainer.



THE FLAME PRADA SHIRT

Coming back in stock, after a surge in sales since Pusha T’s appearance in this SS18 piece, the much loved Prada Flame shirt could be yours right now. Patterned fabrics have been a staple theme of Prada’s latest collections, moving away from the baggy and classy suiting they were previously known for.


NO VACANCY x PATAGONIA SHORTS

It’s always hard to get a pair of shorts that stand out, or look a bit different to your average top man turned up chinos. However, these really do the trick. Reworking Patagonia’s classic design, No Vacancy has added wavy typography to the incredibly lightweight and breathable shorts. Worried about sweating your bollocks off at festivals? Then snap these up!


PLAYBOY'S FIRST WHITE LABEL COLLECTION


It’s been a long time coming, but now Playboy has finally created a premium streetwear label under their iconic bunny logo. After frequent seasonal collaborations with Supreme, Hew Heffner’s monopoly are now looking to collaborate with the likes of Anti Social Social Club, whilst releasing some killer bucket hats and all over print flares of their own.


ALEXANDER WANG BARCODE CAPSULE


Alexander Wang is one of the modern-day fashion innovators. He is known for seasonal collaborations with German powerhouse Adidas, but this capsule shows him manipulating basketball vests, jumpers and socks with a trippy barcode pattern. This is the core influence of the collection and styles well with the futuristic turtlenecks, sliders and sunglasses that Wang photographs the models with.


AIR MAX DELUXE


Inspired by Eastern European sport and rave culture, the deluxe’s are sure to become a very iconic sneaker for our …… counterparts. The orange, blue and silver colourway is truly symbolic of the European rave scene; implicating vibrancy, unity and innovation. Also coming out in a silver, black and green colourway (very similar to the Japan 97s) it looks likely that this is the silhouette that Nike wishes to push into 2019. Get on it before anyone else.



AIR MAX 94


Said by many crepe heads to be one of the most underrated air max models, the 94 is often forgotten amidst the hype of the 97s, 98s and AM1. Now coming in two new colourways, my favourite of which being the wolf grey and volt green, 2019 could be the year of this suppressed sneaker. If you are a fan of Nike and want time away from the saturated silver bullet and vapour max market, then grab a pair of these.


NORTH FACE PURPLE LABEL COLLECTION AW18


It might be 30 degrees outside, but once you see this new North Face lookbook, you will be wanting to prepare for winter. The premium, industrial and waterproof fabrics the clothes possess will keep you well protected from the elements; you’ll finally be able to go on a Bear Grylls expedition and look good at the same time, an absolute win-win situation. The textured trousers are a must for any wardrobe.