Urs Fischer x Supreme 2016 Spring/Summer Decks
For the latest installment in its long-standing artist deck series, Supreme has teamed up with Swiss artist, Urs Fischer, for a new collection. Born in Zurich in 1973, the arists takes inspirations from the anti-art and anti-authoritarian directions of Neo-Dada. The three decks depict images of cigarettes in different states and its a nod towards Ficher’s utilization of everyday objects to pay respect to the passage of time, as well as its effects on these objects. Take a look at the decks in the gallery above and keep an eye out for them to release on March 24, while Japan will see a March 26 release date.
adidas Busenitz Red/White
The Copa Mundial-inspired shoe from adidas gets an airy rework, apt for the spring season. Featuring mesh fabric along the side panels, the Busenitz is given a more lightweight feel, while heavier suede on the heel and toe provide the structure familiar to the skate silhouette. Bedecked in a bright red color throughout the upper, the signature Three Stripes and sole are contrasted against the rest of the shoe in a crisp white hue, while standard branding is displayed on the side and tongue. The adidas Busenitz in red and white is available now at retailers like Sneaker Politics for $80 USD.
Vetements Reveals an Exclusive Menswear Collection for Dover Street Market
Vetements has undoubtedly had the fashion world enthralled by its gender-hopping, kitsch-chic garments, so much so that, while its designs are so far intended for women only, this hasn’t stopped many of its male advocates from donning the pieces themselves. However, Demna Gvasalia’s label finally makes its first tentative foray into menswear with this collection exclusively for Dover Street Market’s newly reopened London Haymarket store, featuring a slew of graphic T-shirts, sweaters, hoodies and joggers that have previously been seen in its womenswear line. These include the trending “DHL” and “Insecurity” designs, alongside the inverted Champion logo incorporated into the Vetements script. Pick up these pieces in-store now at Dover Street Market London.