Your Daily Dose of Dopeness
I think the only way a Laborghini can be cooler is if it was decked out with custom Versace interior and it just so happens that they did just that. Only 20 of these Lambo’s were ever made and they are going for $318,000. Check out some more pictures after the jump.
Undefeated and adidas are hooking up for the opening of Undefeated Tokyo. adidas will be hosting “KEEPIN’ IT ORIGINALS” party on Thursday, August 20th, from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm. The after party will be thrown at Shibuya’s MICROCOSMOS, get in free if you wear adidas or Undefeated. More pics after the jump. [hypebeast]
A pair of Gel-Lyte’s are going to be dropping next month, these ones called the Grey Goose. Grey is possibly my favorite color, possibly more versatile than black & white themselves. The laces on these things are just sick to. You can check out a gang of photos after the jump.
I still have no idea what this Leroy Smith (Charlie Murphy) thing is all about. I’ve seen the videos and whatnot (getyourbasketballon.com), but what is it? Is there going to be a movie or a TV show that they’re just advertising ahead-of-time for? Regardless, there were only 75 of each design made (probably why they cost 70 bucks). Check out the other design after the jump, and you can buy them here.
The baby blue is looking mighty fresh contrasted against these muted tones. I would grab this up for 50 bucks in a heartbeat if it wasn’t for the fact that I already have a couple packs, and I feel like if I switched my backpack every other day, I might be pushing my accessorization allowance. The bag also comes in a blacked out version that’s pretty fly. You can pick them both up, as well as, check out the rest of Gravis’ product line here.
Clae Footwear is currently releasing Part 2 of their Fall collection which should be hitting select retailers now. The collection is looking good as usual; Clae brought a strong lineup of hightops in simple tonal colorways. Plus all the materials they used are top-notch as usual. Check out more of the collection after the jump.