Tuesday, April 19, 2022



Monday, April 18, 2022



LEGO Creator is adding two new sets to its Botanical Collection, unveiling the “Orchid” and “Succulents” models.

The “Orchid” and the “Succulents” sets are comprised of 608 and 771 pieces, respectively, and follow the authentic look of the plants. The orchid build arrives with white petals, pink columns and green stems and rests in a blue LEGO pot, while the succulents are eight different types in black pots.

In January 2021, LEGO creator released the 10280 Flower Bouquet set as part of the larger Botanical Collection, which was comprised of a total of 756 pieces and featured pieces based on real flowers like roses, snapdragons, poppies, asters and daisies.

The LEGO Creator “Orchid” and “Succulents” models are expected to release on May 1 with a $49.99 USD price tag.



Monday, April 11, 2022

Friday, April 8, 2022



Louis Vuitton has unveiled its new men’s Pre-Fall 2022 residency in Soho that highlights the final capsule from the late creative director, Virgil Abloh.

Even though the loss of Virgil Abloh is still felt around the world, the fashion world is still remembering, honoring and paying tribute to the visionary creative. His work lives on and the latest iteration of his storytelling prowess is present in Louis Vuitton’s newest temporary residency in Soho for the men’s Pre-Fall 2022 collection. Titled “Daybreak,” the latest capsule is Abloh’s final capsule for the French heritage house. Featuring gradient walls in shades of teal, jade green and pollen, the walls and floor of the space are finished off with yellow Louis Vuitton initials.

“My philosophy is very much informed by the clothes that people actually wear. What I do is an analysis of a generation: what do people buy and why do they wear it,” said Virgil Abloh? “That question naturally creates an equal interest in tradition as it does in changing tradition. But it’s also about challenging myself and exploring different land. That is creative freedom.”

In addition to the cool-hued setting, the residency space is also outfitted with custom mannequins of models who were a part of Abloh’s vision. The store is outfitted with ready-to-wear garments and accessories from the Pre-Fall 2022 collection – featuring mohair knitwear, outerwear, vests, denim, luxe sweatsuits and t-shirts. A highlight of the collection is contemporary suiting that features Louis Vuitton’s Damier print detailing in addition to vintage trunk closures.

Rounding out the capsule are some of Abloh’s signature accessories like soft trunks, mini keepall bags, backpacks, LV Trainers and more.

Check out the images above for a look at the residency that is currently open through early June at 104 Prince Street in New York City.



Do you feel that? I feel it. I know you feel it too. It's the sale season. As somebody that's always shopping, I live for this day. This season. This is when you get to buy all the things you will be wearing later this year. Unless you live in those places that are always cold. Anyways, I can put you on the game really fast. Brands make enough clothes for the winter collection to last until the end of the winter season. Sometimes (All the time) things are leftover. SO what happens is the brands mark everything left down to clear the warehouse and stores for the new things that are set to be released. Can't get new in if they old still sitting there. This is where we win. Tommy and others are marking things down right now. Sales time. 30% off on some much stuff. This is where you buy and save. This is how you build your closet. Anyways, let's start this haul. 

Can't go wrong with the classics. (They also have it in white


You better. 


A Lil twist on the classic Tommy blue. 

That's all that I got from the sale. I didn't go too crazy. Wanted to leave things for everybody else. 

Did you get anything? 

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Thursday, April 7, 2022



Nike continues to celebrate 35 years of the Air Max family with an Air Max 90 dressed in “Lightwash Denim.”

The upcoming pairs appear primarily in light denim uppers with double-stitched seams and raw edges. Pastel blue panels run across the eyelets and outcropped lateral branding tabs, and vermillion hues are featured across the side Swooshes and heel tabs. Classic denim motifs continue across the jacron-inspired Air Max tongue patches, and crisp white hues extend to the laces and inner lining. A white/pale blue sole unit below features a red translucent Air Max unit to complete the design.

Take an official look at the Nike Air Max 90 “Lightwash Denim” above, and look for release dates and prices to be announced in the coming weeks.

Tuesday, April 5, 2022



After introducing an over-designed take on the Dunk Low, Nike is now set to debut the Air Max 90 Scrap.

Building on its emerging “Scrap” line, the shoe serves as a maximalist take on the classic Air Max 90 silhouette. Coming in a mix of “Beige/Blush/Sail,” the shoe features mesh and leather uppers defined by stacked and tacked on panels. The Air Max 90 Scrap maintains the overall look of the original with a maximalist outlook. Elevating the shoe are Air-assisted midsoles paired gum rubber outsoles.

Take a first look at the Air Max 90 Scrap set to release in the coming weeks above.


 Continuing to deliver standout women’s exclusive releases, Jordan Brand is now readying the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Denim.”

The upcoming take on the classic features white tumbled leather upper bases accented by weathered blue denim overlays. The contrasting element is continued on the Swoosh, “NIKE AIR” tongue tags, and Wings motif branding. While metallic gold Jumpman lace dubraes and white midsoles paired with light blue rubber outsoles round up the design of the shoe.

Priced at $170 USD, the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Denim” is now set to release on September 23.

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