In honor of the Pittsburgh Penguins making it to the Finals another year, I figured I’d post up some lovely shoes from the Nike Livestrong Collection, all in Pgh’s fav colorways. I’m not a big fan of the Air Footscape Wovens, but, hey, whatever floats your boat or finds your lost remote, y’know. Original pics from Freshness Mag.
Nike Livestrong x Futura “FLOM” Dunks
Nike Livestrong x The Hideout Footscape Woven
Nike Livestrong x Busy P x So Me Air Force 1
Nike Livestrong x Mr. Cartoon Air Force 1
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The Revolutionary Gourmet is a new shoe company (new to me, at least), founded by several fashion industry vets – Grey Lucci, Greg Johnson and Jon Buscenmi. The footwear feature classic stylings with some haute flair, and are made from high quality materials (“French tannery leather,” hand-sown loveliness, and memory foam insoles and air technology. The shoes also feature a range of high-end price tags, one can only assume. If you have the cash and happen to be in Hong Kong, swing by JUICE and get you some. Go on, you wanna, you really do…
(Lots of Love for Freshness)
Nice brown Nike Blazer Hi…digging the plaid… I tend to dig a little plaid accent – as long as it isn’t your shorts. Available Holiday 2009.
Nice limited edition shirt from Alphanumeric celebrating learning…good group over there. Check it out come December 1 at Robust Flavor. You can wear it around town and sign kids up for college.
(Smell the Freshness)
Mishka is one of my favorite small companies. From their designs, which lean toward the edgy and controversial, to their marketing, which is more than controversial, Mishka releases some great clothing that is definitely Macy’s ain’t have this, if you know what I mean. Adding to their impressive original releases, Mishka just launched their custom store, where you can mix and match colorways and designs until your tiny, blackened heart is content.
If you’re into that whole Neo-Plasticism thing…we’ll see if anything ever comes of that. For me personally, I’ve always liked the “simple” color art – Rothko‘s one of my favs. I know a lot of people, including many of my friends who are artists, don’t think much of it. I think it has something to do with my not being very smart; my simpleness. I’m sorry, pretty colors are all I need.