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Unveiled are the first images of Supra’s Skytop 2 model, the highly anticipated follow up to the skate brand’s popular Skytop. This first colorway will see an exclusive launch through colette on November 21st with additional colorways soon to follow. Only 600 individually numbered pairs will be available at the release, which will also see an in-store signing session by Chad Muska. Stay tuned for further news on the complete roll-out, as Supra has some interesting projects developing soon.
Source via Hypebeast.
Stubb’s Supra Skytop1
Released by Supra this past SXSW (March 2009) for Stubb’s BBQ in Austin.
Shofolk Armstrong & Magic Shoes2
Possible alternates to Clark’s Wallabees(?).
Clean for casual and night-time wear.
Christian Peau is a Japanese fashion house whose design is understood to bridge the gap between modern avant-garde and classical artisan-based fashion. Unlike many cutting edge Japanese designers that have emerged from the last 10 years, Peau’s is much more European in nature. His influences lie in the traditionl artisans from the early 1800s who were understood to be masters in their trade. Drawn from traditional shoemaking and leather master craftsmen,Christian Peau has reinvented the avant-garde in a modern and beautiful manner.
The emphasis is on handmade leather garments—each shoe is made by hand in Japan with an assortment of hand-stained, painted and washed leathers that are compounded and nailed together for a truly unique outcome.
Source via oki-ni.
I know it might be a couple of days late for this post but Jordans are classic and timeless. Below are photos of the general drop Jordan 2009s (white/black), which will be making their debut during All-Star weekend in February 14th.
To get more info about the shoes (“it’s gotta be the shoes”), and the design process, check out Jason Mayden, Senior Footwear Designer for the Jordan Brand, in his interview via Complex.