Bad-ass sneakers in Salt Lake? You heard it right. Utah-based, Zuriick borrows fast design in street wear & gives it their own signature styling. A little Mormon-edge to the classic sneaker.
Forget the gaudy, gold wrist-candy circa 1980. Designer, Alejandro Alcocer has styled a 6-style, matte-black, vintage-steel Rolex series. Inspiration (although not confirmed) was a 1960s version crafted for the Royal British Army based in South Africa. Limited edition – these adaptions are available solely at Barneys.
Late British bad boy designer, Alexander McQueen, collaborated with Puma to craft these low canvas kicks. Design details are minimal, but include the designer’s signature contrast striping across the toe box & metal McQueen tongue plaque. A tribute, inspired by the bold sultry sounds of street music, in every step.
If anyone knows where to score the black version, let me know.
Blink 182 and Angels & Airwaves front man, Tom DeLonge, started Macbeth. Inspired by music and action-sports, the Brighton blends SoCal with the 1964 British riots. The result – a mod, vegan update to the classic t-toe jogger. Tough to find – here is another option…and another.
Africa’s problems are endless. Strict school uniform regulations keep many poverty-stricken children from receiving an education. Santa Monica-based, FIGS provides a uniform for a needy child with the purchase of every tie. Stylish wool & silk neckwear for the good of not only your future, but someone elses.