adidas has made some strong signings of late, with Nigo, Kanye and Pharrell getting their own lines. We can try to guess what 'Ye has planned based on those stream of consciousness outbursts at shows, while Nigo's track record with Originals speaks for itself. Pharrell has been...

Posted by, Gary Warnett on 19 September 2014

The Air Jordan XIV has a habit of splitting opinions, much like some other Jordans of the era. This one is undeniably significant for its role in the close of Jordan's Bulls career and the sequel to this instalment, the bizarre (but kind of brilliant) XV, made the 14 look normal by comparison...

Posted by, Gary Warnett on 18 September 2014


The Nike Air Force 1 is one of the greats, but it got a little overcooked a few years back. We've never fully understood why something so successful needed such a shove, but in 2007, the Air Force 1's 25th anniversary celebrations, plus the shrinking state of denim seemed to tarnish this shoe's aura a little. White tees, fitteds and Southpole jeans aren't NYC's core uniform...

Posted by, Gary Warnett on 16 September 2014

The Air Max 1 keeps on getting colourway after colourway and remix after remix, though the recent Lunar1 seemed to strike a chord with an audience. Maybe that's because — in a world where classics like the AM1 have been given a wonky Swoosh here and there, with the shoe built for cushioning becoming a little chunky at the forefoot during the last decade...

Posted by, Gary Warnett on 14 September 2014


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