Your Daily Dose of Dopeness
New stuff from the adidas Celebrate Originality ad campaign by Manchester’s own Jonny Wan. Wan’s abstract work used the iconic adidas track-suit as inspiration, and used bold and vibrant colors to bring to life the past-and-future concept of the adidas marketing campaign. More pics after the jump.
Check out this new Varsity Fleece from Stussy. The jacket is made of 100% cotton and features classic button up fastens apposed to a zipper. The back has a screen printed Stussy design that broadcasts all of the flagship city locations. It is available now at Standard for $92 dollars.
Sophisticated freshness. Going for 250 a piece, this model comes in 5 colors with 2 different wristbands. There’s a baby blue and a mint green that both look pretty rockin if you got the right swagger for it. Check them all out after you click, and you can buy them all here.
Vans is getting ready to release their “Mega Check” pack as part of their Fall ’09 collection. The Slip Ons come in 3 different solid colorways including Red, Purple, and Green. The kicks also feature a large check gum tag on the heel. These should be available at Vans retailers soon.
Sorry to blue ball ya here… actually it’s more like “green” ballin. You CAN get this sleeve, but you CAN’T get it in the dopesizzle Sneakhype (black/green) colorway seen in the foreground. But, you can get it in a very sleek black/white (seen in the background) at the Incase online store. Actually, pseudo good news for some of you — the green one is available in Japan.
You may have seen a couple previews of the fall line from the bomb brand, the Hundreds… but MajorDC recently just got in their full line of hats, as well as, hoodies, shirts, denim, and even their fall accessories. Check out some of my favorites after the jump. If you’ve been looking to grab any of this new stuff, you can order it via phone from Major.
DJ Clark Kent mixed up a pair the Nike SB Dunk Low “Jedi’s” that were released in ’04 and added a clean white and gum Air Force 1 sole. The neon green accents really make the shoes pop. But there was only 1 pair of these kicks made and they were made exclusively for DJ Clark Kent. Check out some more pictures after the jump.