The King Push is Pusha T and Adidas’s latest collaboration. Following up the success of the EQT Running Guidance ’93 last year, the duo have come together to bring an all black version the running shoe, using premium materials and distinct details. The shoe is said to be inspired by Pusha T’s days as a hustler. The Sneakers drop on Black Friday.
The iconic Stan Smith silhouette has been reinvented a lot this year, from gouge high top to going blue. The latest reinvention is an all over red take on the original silhouette. The sneaker is done in prime suede, with embossed Stan Smith branding on the tongue, while the adidas branding on the heel is done in leather. The red leather outsole rounds out the shoe. The all red take on the shoe is a nice, on trend update.
Fear Of God reputation has been steadily rising. The California based brand has recently teamed up with chain retailer Pac Sun to release a more affordable and accessible line called, F.O.G. The line’s aesthetic is still very Fear Of God, with military inspired pieces and heavy on the flannel. The cookbook suggests this is a collection for those who are into layering, thermals are under shorts and flannels are over tees as sweatshirts and vests are piled on top of that. The collection is reminiscent of ’90s grunge. The color palette range isn’t wide, the grey, red, and army greens allows the design of the pieces to shine. The standout piece is the sleeve less army jacket, the bomber jacket is also nice. The F.O.G Pac Sun line allows the younger set who loves the Fear Of God range, but aren’t able to afford it, a chance to get their hands on the same aesthetic Fear Of God offers.
The Publish Brand’s aesthetic is art meets fashion. Their collections are refined utilitarian pieces, featuring premium denim, outerwear, tees and accessories, sometimes using a cut and se technique. Know for their joggers , the brand has teamed up with prized craftsman Timberland for a collaboration, producing water proof ChelseaBoots— a merge of West Coast meats New England. The upper of the boots are all done in a water resistant suede upper, with a moisture wicking lining. Elastic panels at the sides makes for easy slip on use, there are front and back pull loops, a Vibram sole unit and Publish branding on back heel tab rounds out the shoe. The boots come in a black and wheat suede, and exude an effortless cool vibe.
Currently available at both rime locations.
The Nike Air Huarache Light is a nostalgic style, reminiscent of the ’90s. The upper is made made of leather and mesh, while the soft Pylon cushioning and a rubber waffle outsole adds a bold look and lightweight comfortability.The mesh upper ad textile overlays adds durability and comfort. The heel-tab for easy on and off, the outsole waffle grip pattern is for traction. The latest color way of the sneaker is a black red and grey, similar to what you would associate with the Jordan brand. The mesh upper is in dark grey, with black overlays in suede and bright red accents on the lining, heel-tab and branding. White air-cushioned midsole and light grey rubber outsole contrast against the black and highlights the red accents.
Currently available at both rime locations.
The sidewalks are splattered with fallen orange and brown leaves, while the skies are grey. Usually for Fall and Winter the colors associated the seasons are like a seasonal Starbucks drink, pumpkin this handspike that, but incorporating some color, especially a fun hue on the pastel spectrum can lighten up anyone’s day. That’s not to say get rid of coats in camel and black, those are staples for any closet. The pastel coat trend is fun, whether with a pair of leather seat pants and chucks or for a night out. A pastel blue coat looks greta against dark deep reds, think blood and burgundy. Also the color goes great with an all white ensemble, forget about the no white after labour day rule. Its also a nice addition to an all denim look. An oversized pink coat works against black, and distressed jeans—the juxtaposition of the edge against Jacki O pink is an unlikely surprise. Patel yellow isn’t just for raincoats, a nice will pastel yellow coat looks great over a striped nautical top and dark blue jeans. Other options are lavenders, all whites, creams and even greens and they all look even better if they’re oversized. The bubble gum colors are a nice touch in a sea of brown during the cold months.
It took a while for the weather to really start getting cold in NYC, and now that it’s finally here Rime has a selection of coats ready to brave the cold weather. One of the lines currently at our shops is Pajar, a Canadian brand which uses the Canadian pride, the cold, to offer comfortable and appealing outerwear. They’re constantly reinventing outerwear in innovative ways, to produce high quality products. One of the standout pieces we’re currently carrying is the Nikolai coat, a luxe parka with an unlikely button closure instead of a zipper, and a coyote fur lining the front and hood, with duck down filling—that provides exceptional warmth. The Nylon butter shell is also water resistant. This is an essential coat for those really cold days to come. So stop by Rime and see what else we’ve got to offer.
Rihanna released her first sneaker collaboration with Puma, the Puma Creeper, back in September. The three color ways for sneaker ranged from black and white to oatmeal. The holidays are coming up, and one of the biggest shopping days of the year is quickly approaching, Black Friday, so it makes sense that the collaborators would introduced two new color-ways for the well selling sneaker collaboration. The new color options are a cream, off-white suede upper with the vulcanized gum midsole and the second is a pink suede upper with green details on the Puma branding stripes, with the same gum midsole. Both colors will be available at both rime locations on November 20th.