Here’s a sneak peek at the Nike LeBron 12 “Christmas”. The shoes features a turquoise Megafuse upper, a patterned Hyperposite with paint splatter graphics and bright pink accents all throughout the sneaker. No official word on the inspiration behind the shoe or the release date but stay tuned to Backdoor for details as they come available.
The Nike Kobe 9 Elite series latest colorway confirmed for a release, is the “Victory” that tells the story about Kobe Bryant’s career triumphs. The “Victory” Kobe 9 features green flyknit tones while finished with Anthracite and Gold accents.
Nike Kobe 9 Elite ‘Victory’ releases October 31st.
Tisci’s intent with the Nike + R.T. AF1 collection was to exemplify the distinct personalities of this tribe with a collection that celebrates its diversity through three generations of loyalty.
The Nike + R.T. AF1 Collection in beige introduces four striking styles crafted with premium leather. The supple material provides comfort and durability, while a tumbled leather Swoosh adds eye-catching contrast. Similarly, the shoes’ tongues and heels are fashioned from synthetic suede, with heat-pressed TPU no-sew panels that enhance their strength and intensify their appearance—as do modified toe box perforations. per Nike
Riccardo Tisci’s Nike Air Force 1 RT ‘Beige Collection’ releases IN-STORE and ONLINE at Backdoor October 16th.
The Jordan XX9 “Riverwalk” is available now IN-STORE and ONLINE at Backdoor. Get yours before they are gone!
Paying tribute to the symbiotic relationship between the court and the street, the Jordan Future blends one of the most iconic designs with a one-piece woven upper to create an entirely new look. The deconstructed upper forgoes a heel counter and toe enforcer for a futuristic, minimalist style.
The newest Jordan Future Premium gets a brand new colorway, featuring a Dark Chocolate premium leather woven upper on top of a white midsole and clear gum outsole per Nike
The Jordan Future “Dark Chocolate” releases IN-STORE and ONLINE at Backdoor October 18th.
Apple’s design boss Jony Ive gave a rare live interview at Vanity Fair’s New Establishment Summit in San Francisco Thursday night.
Ive spoke with Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter about a variety of topics, with a heavy focus on Apple’s current lineup of consumer gadgets: The iPhone 6 and Apple Watch.
The full play-by-play of the talk is below. But here are some highlights:
- An audience member asked Ive how he feels about companies copying Apple designs. Ive called it “theft” and laziness. He said Apple designers give up so much to design products, that it’s offensive when someone copies.
- Ive sees the Apple Watch as his first step beyond designing consumer electronics. It’s clear he sees the watch as a watch, and not just another gadget.
- Finally, he talked about why Apple waited so long to make big-screen iPhones. It took Apple’s design team to get a big-screen form factor right without compromising the look and feel of the device. He also said other big phones today are ugly.
As part of its Fall 2014 collection, Billionaire Boys Club teams with famous Parisian boutique colette in order to celebrate the store’s “Pharrell Week”. The three-piece offering includes T-shirts in white and navy colorways, in addition to a Starter snapback in navy, all featuring the exclusive colette x Billionaire Boys Club logo.
A limited number of the collection will be available for purchase exclusively at colette in Paris and the Billionaire Boys Club London store on October 13th.