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The era in which streetwear reigned supreme might be coming to an end if the SS20 runways are anything to go by, but there’s one piece from the genre’s lexicon that we’re in no way ready to give up. Step forward (quite literally) the dad sneaker, which shows no sign of relinquishing its grip on fashion fans any time soon. Photo Courtesy By: END.
Yeezy Gap’s first-ever retail location opens Thursday morning in New York. On Thursday morning, Ye’s Yeezy Gap line will be available to purchase in person for the first time, at a special pop-up inside Gap’s New York City flagship store in Times Square. The space, according to an press release, “has been reengineered and distilled to its most essential form in Yeezy Gap Engineered by Balenciaga’s vision of utilitarian design”—and, judging from a video posted to Instagram announcing the release, just might feature a mountainous heap of clothing set against an otherwise minimalist, monochromatic layout.
There was only one way to kick this week off, and it’s started with a bang. The long-awaited Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low “Reverse Mocha” sneakers finally released to the public this week, with the pair extending Travis’ long and successful run with Nike and Jordan. This pair in-particular boast another earth-tone colour palette, with white and faded brown suede and leather materials dominating the upper, with the midsoles, laces, and Nike emblem arriving in an aged cream colour. Hits of red adorn the Cactus Jack branding on the heel and tongue, with a matching brown sole and sock lining completing the shoe. If you fancy this pair, get ready to pay big bucks in the coming weeks; they’re only going to rise in value. CC: PAUSEMAG.CO.UK
Debuting the latest instalment of their collaborative series, denim giant Levi’s and fellow American label Denim Tears recently unveiled ‘Season 2’ of their ongoing series for your consideration.
Arriving just in time for the mid-summer period, the duo build on their now two-year solid partnership with a conceptual offering that has Denim Tears founder Tremaine Emory’s hands all over it. Reimagining icons such as the 501 jeans as well as shirt jackets, hats, totes and more, the release perpetuates Emory’s penchant for highlighting the world’s troubled past with dye-dipped handprints all over the collection’s white denim, referencing the hands of the enslaved Gullah Geechee people who had a rich history involving indigo-dyed fabric. CC: Bobby Phelan