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Jim Longden X Psychworld

The enigmatic American brand has hooked up with one of the most promising talents for the UKs underground streetwear scene. This tracksuit capsule captures the minimalistic steez many roadmen can only dream of pulling off, and they certainly can’t in the same way Slowthai models the collection. Already sold out, you will have to look on resale sites to be in with the chance of copping one of the items; or the full tracksuit if you can be so lucky.

Balenciaga eyewear and jewellery

Balenciaga is known for its couture innovation, they often release high end seasonal staples that are exquisitely tailored and fabricated. Their accessories are occasionally overlooked, but luckily we have Dover Street to thank for stocking some of the finest sunglasses and rings you have ever seen. Of course, this comes at a price, but one can always dream hey. The playful, exuberant colours and shapes make them the waviest glasses of any fashion house around at the moment, making the brand appear more forward thinking than others out there. The rings are also to look out for, coming in 3 different coloured signet stones.

Stone Island’s iridescent collection

If you think that Stoney is exclusive to football hooligans, then you would be partly right, but also fairly ignorant. The military inspired tactical wear will keep you visible at night, whilst keeping you warm with it’s classic colour-changing thermo materials. They have been out since October, but it is only starting to see regular stock in shops like Ssense and Haven, so snap it up in your size quick; they won’t be there long.

Nike Air Max 2

This is the first OG Colour way to come of Nike’s momentous 2000s silhouette. The gold and white is a great contrast for anyone playing with the idea of visiting somewhere exotic soon - whilst being an obvious break from the over worn pairs we see day-to-day; we’re all culprits. A whole host of new colours should be released soon, but these steal the show so don’t hesitate to cop.

Reebok Phase 1 PRO MU

Currently only on the Patta online store, these OG Reebok reissues blow many of the workouts you see out of the water. The vintage creamy colour compliments the navy blue very well, making them so neutral but individualistic at the same time. The classic union jack sits next to the logo, making them feel quintessentially British, which is nice considering the world domination of foreign footwear giants Nike and Adidas.

Droledemonsieur’s FW collection

This French ready-to-wear brand boasts a unique unisex swarve; intrinsic to their label and the Parisian culture. This collection indulges in minimalism, using beige and pastel themes as the basis of the clothing, but there are a few mad pieces to make you look wavy for the winter. The matching chequered trousers and hoodie looks straight out of the 90s ‘Mad-Chester’ scene, when fields would be raved in and Britpop was booming. The trench coats and hoodies with the ‘Not from Paris Madame’ graphic are unbelievably hard too, have a flick through their look book below.

Divinities FW18

Packed with puffers and graphic tees, The Divinities FW18 release merges the boundaries of classy clobber and vibrant streetwear effortlessly. One of my favourite pieces has to be the authentic leather belt, which would top off any outfit; how can you not rate an accessory with ducks embroidered on them? The collection is full of references, making there an item for everyone - whether it The Very Hungry Caterpillar or My Bloody Valentine lyrics.


Since the video for Okra, we’ve all been infatuated with one item of clothing Tyler was wearing. Sporting a high-viz jacket, the rapper come designer elevated one of his fits to new levels with an unreleased pair of his Golf le Fleurs. Finally, they are being released exclusively to DSM, unfortunately I’m at a point in my life when I really shouldn’t be spending a penny, let alone a bill. Nevertheless, they will be there for the taking as of January the 12th, so if they tickle your pickle, get them in your wardrobe.


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