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  1. adidas ZX 2k Boost

    adidas ZX 2k Boost

    The adidas ZX saga started in the mid-1980s and developed over a little more than five years as innovative and evolved models. The adidas ZX 2K Boost takes the essence of those models by updating it with current technology.The adidas ZX 710, created in 1987, is one of the silhouettes that best summed up the innovations of the first generation ZX

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  2. Travis Scott, a story of unexpected collaborations

    Travis Scott, a story of unexpected collaborations

    When it comes to collaborations, Travis Scott has shown that he is not satisfied with taking the usual route. The new Nike x Travis Scott Air Max 270 "Cactus Trails" is his latest and risky bet in an unexpected history of collaborations.Among the unclassified tasks faced by rapper, producer and composer Travis Scott, the collaborations with Nike

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  3. Vault by Vans x Fergus

    Vault by Vans x Fergus "Fergadelic" Purcell

    The story of Fergus “Fergadelic” Purcell is that of a man whose art takes precedence and is always at the forefront. Although the man behind the art is relatively unknown, he has managed to develop his career not only on his own, but also through collaborations with some of the best luxury and streetwear brands.An alumni of Central Saint

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  4. Nike Dunk Low SP

    Nike Dunk Low SP "Brazil"

    For the first time in almost two decades, Nike Dunk returns in a green and yellow combination that is true to its origins.In 2001, when Nike SB hadn't been established as an independent category yet, the Dunk had already forgotten its basketball origins - it was a model chosen by skaters and desired by collectors. When Nike then thought to develop

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  5. Nike Dunk Low SP

    Nike Dunk Low SP "Team Tones"

    In a world where designs need to be updated every season, one silhouette has managed to remain faithful to the same style for over 35 years. Now it returns to take a look back at its most original version, the Nike Dunk.Many of sneakers stories are related to big names, but the Nike Dunk goes beyond that. While some models were designed exclusively

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  6. History and influence of the M-65

    History and influence of the M-65

    Like many of the wardrobe staples from the modern man’s uniform, the M-65 jacket was born in a very different, almost contradictory context, even though it has always maintained its functionality.Created in 1965 for the US Armed Forces, it was based on previous models - the perishable M-41, the M-43 with front pockets and the M-51 (the numbers

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  7. The passions of Shinsuke Takizawa, the creator of NBHD

    The passions of Shinsuke Takizawa, the creator of NBHD

    The lives of some of Japan's leading streetwear creators are intertwined as are their brands. Shinsuke Takizawa (NBHD) shares with Keizo Shimizu (Needles), Tetsu Nishiyama (WTAPS), Hiroshi Fujiwara and Nigo a passion for American culture and its most classic designs, which over time has evolved into new references based on functionality.  

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  8. MA-1 Bomber Jacket -a history of aircraft, fashion and subculture

    MA-1 Bomber Jacket -a history of aircraft, fashion and subculture

    Many of the garments we currently wear have a common origin in the extreme utilitarianism of military needs, garments that usually pass through subcultures until they become fashion tools. The MA-1 was created for the pilots of the American army's after World War II. Inspired by previous models, its design was marked by functionality; it

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  9. Karabo Poppy Moletsane and the visibility of african art

    Karabo Poppy Moletsane and the visibility of african art

    Despite being born in South Africa, Karabo Poppy Moletsane grew up feeling that the black African world around her was not represented in contemporary art... No wonder, then, that her artistic vision tries to make up for that lack.

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  10. Air Max Day featuring the lifelike art of Daniel Clarke

    Air Max Day featuring the lifelike art of Daniel Clarke

    Arriving every March 26th to pay homage to Nike's first Air Max Launch, one moment of the year to honor the silhouette's technological evolution and its status as an element of mass culture - that's Air Max Day. To celebrate, we took a little trip to South Africa to get closer to the work of digital artist Daniel Clarke, an illustrator who uses the shapes and colors present in fashion, the streets, or dance as a tool of expression. Today, we learn a little bit more about Daniel and his vision of Air Max through an exclusive collaboration with SVD.

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