Archive for the Fresh Sh*t Category

Stussy- Fall/Winter 2009

Posted in Fresh Sh*t, Just In... on August 27, 2009 by nikekid23


Posted in Fresh Sh*t, Jordan on August 26, 2009 by nikekid23

Shoe will be released in November at $175


Bentley Mulsanne DAMN!!!!!!!!!

Posted in Fresh Sh*t, Just In... on August 25, 2009 by nikekid23

this car is SO FUCKING DOPE.

10.DEEP- Fall 2009 & Donnis Mixtape

Posted in Fresh Sh*t, Just In..., New Music.. on August 21, 2009 by nikekid23

10.Deep Presents: Donnis- Diary of An ATL Brave

I REALLY like this mixtape, so DON’T SLEEP!!!!


(mixed by Mick Boogie & DJ Benzie)

and now to the 10.Deep Fall 2009- Proud To Be A Problem Fall 2009 Collection

Kid Robot- Fall 2009 Collection Lookbook Microsite

Posted in Fresh Sh*t, Just In... on August 19, 2009 by nikekid23

shit looks like its gonna be fresh.

adidas Originals by Originals -kzk- x NEIGHBORHOOD – honeyee Feature

Posted in Fresh Sh*t on August 18, 2009 by nikekid23

honeyhee has just launched a feature on the upcoming adidas Originals by Originals line from Kazuki Kuraishi (kzk) feauturing a number of collaborations with one of Japan’s most prominent and notorious clothing lines, NEIGHBORHOOD. The feature features Kazuki himself as a model and explores a variety of this season’s ObyO pieces from kzk and NEIGHBORHOOD including both apparel and footwear. One of our favorite pieces from this season is the peacoat by kzk and NEIGHBORHOOD. (via honyhee)

I fuck with Adidas, and a lot of this shit is pretty fresh, so check it out.

Lanvin High Trainer – Fall/Winter 2009

Posted in Fresh Sh*t on August 18, 2009 by nikekid23

These are fresh as hell!!

With Alber Elbaz’s efforts, Lanvins focus is to not only focus on well made designer dresses, but to focus on their infamous luxury trainers for men who consider themselves sneakerheads and are allowing those people to take their kicks to the next level. This season, the casual footwear collection is solid with a liberal use of premium material such as jersey felt, suede and leather that it almost seems offensive to call these numbers “casual”.