Creative Recreation Carda In Military Grey

Nick Jonas fronts the latest campaign for Creative Recreation. In the company the singer wears a a pair of the Carda silhouette, which he had a hand in designing with the LA based sneaker label for the capsule collection 1410, with the numbers representing the letters representing N and J in the alphabet. The Carda is a classic everyday shoe with a twist. It’s the perfect combination of style and comfort. Clean lines, minimal branding and contrasting materials aid in making such a classic silhouette modern. The shoe features an exaggerated heel and square laces for contemporary details. The vulcanized outsole provides a relaxed and stylish vibe with any wardrobe. You can find these at rimenyc.com or at rime locations. 


SNKR HEAD Gear Available At Rime

rime has some SNKR HEAD pieces in stock like the Windbreaker jacket, that gives all the ’90s street-wear feels. With its bright contrasting colors and bold branding, the jacket is nostalgic and on trend. The writing is done in a reflective material on the pull over jacket, with a pint detail inside the hood.  The jacket even has an accompanied strap back hat in matching colors and aesthetic, taking on the same reflective details in the writing. Both items could bring back memories of late night rap videos on MTV. Both are available at rime locations and at rimenyc.com.

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Kanye’s Calabasas Line Sold Out In 5 Minutes

Kanye’s Yeezy x adidas line has gained notoriety in the five short seasons its been alive. The footwear is some of the most after silhouettes on the market. Yesterday, Kanye dropped the Calabasas themed capsule collection for Yeezy x adidas online and pieces were gone within five minuets. There was no traditional publicity for the line, instead, the capsule gained exposure from Kanye and Kim wearing pieces for the collection, like the sweat pants and sneakers.The collection dropped without much warning, and it came and went very quickly. Kanye’s love for fashion has translated onto the streets, making his personal style items the wants for every street-style aficionado. The reason for collection selling out so quickly is because West has become an influencer for street-wear culture, taking current trends and elevating them, even creating new ones. Crewnecks, baseball caps, sweatpants and ’80s reebok inspired sneakers made up the range. The sneakers taps into the current trend of nostalgia, where vestments takes inspiration from post Soviet times, when that Reebok silhouette was all that was worn in that part of the world. Kanye took the silhouette and modernized it. The apparel has a cool laid back feel, that’s genuinely effortless, while being printed with Calabasas, a ritzy part of California where the Wests live, adding notoriety and appeal to the pieces. Having FOMO? Check out the range below.

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Alexander Wang X Adidas Originals

Aleaxander Wang and adidas are getting ready to drop their third collaboration. The cookbook for the collection highlights the products by shooting the models in front of brand boxing, allowing the focus to be on the new line. Orange seems to be the on-trend-color of the season, and the orange crewneck and shorts are stand outs of the range. Another stand-outs of the offering are the grey and white striped grey neck and shorts set, which can be worn separately to stand out on their own. ON the footwear side of things, are two basketball style sneakers, which wang streamlined by deconstructing the sole, slimming down the ankle and deflating the tongue. The Run Clean Boost silhouette features a sock-like upper, boost sole, with a blue tongue and lace detailing. Like the two previous collections, this one is a nice marriage between wang and adidas’ aesthetics.Screen Shot 2017-03-27 at 6.19.58 PM Screen Shot 2017-03-27 at 6.26.41 PMScreen Shot 2017-03-27 at 6.20.12 PM

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Creative Recreation’s Carda In White And Orange

The Carda by Creative Recreation is an everyday silhouette that takes on classic design and minimal branding. The tennis silhouette has an exaggerated heel and square laces for modern detailing. The perforated details is a nice contrast against the bold orange and solid from toe, allows the shoe to use the contrasting materials for a contemporary and effortless style. These are currently available at rime locations. You can also find them at our online shop.

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Supreme X The North Face

Supreme and The North Face are set to drop a collaboration for spring/summer 2017 as part of their ongoing seasonal collaborations. The range includes a Trans-Antartica Expedition Gore-Tex Pullover available in black,olive,blue, yellow and red. Trans-Antartica Expedition Gore-Tex pants, Trans-Antartica Expedition Gore-Tex Fleece Jacket, Trans-Antartica Expedition Gore-Tex Big Haul Backpack and Trans-Antartica Expedition Gore-Tex Headband are all available in the same colorways for matching. The pullover and pant feature waterproof Gore-tex nylon as well as Supreme x The North Face branding, an American flag patch and multiple pockets. The Fleece Jackets is made of a Polartec body and reflective patches and the Big Haul Backpack features a laminated body with reflective patches.

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Champion, Streetwear’s Break Out Star

The Champion name has been as ubiquitous as Levi’s, at some point or the other each brand has existed in our closets. But there was a time that Champion was bought at K-mart. Most Champion hoodies weren’t just Champion brand, they were hoodies that had the familiar “C” logo at the wrist but boasted logos of football teams, or company logos worn on retreats. It has been a brand that has been favored by athletes on and off the fields since the 1920s, and as early as the ’70s was adopted as a streetwear brand. The Champion hoodie has been a blank canvas of expression and promotion. Fashion has become increasingly fixated with the merge of comfort and style, allowing many sportswear brands to tap into new markets. Champion is one of those classic athletic labels that now offer a more modern alternative that maintains comfort and takes on a certain versatility to increase its appeal to the style enthusiasts. During the ’90s Champion saw a boost in demand due to consumers being influenced by the music and streetwear culture. The heavyweight, and underrated, line of athletic gear continues to be introduced to new generations, new consumers. Decades later Champion is still widely recognized as a pioneer of the sweatshirt. The brand is progressing nicely, with their new and fresh range of clothes. Champion produces some of the best streetwear due to their combination of classic aesthetic and innovative design. Big name collaborations has elevated the brand from their days on racks at department stores. With the rise of the athliesure trend and streetwear, Champion has quickly become a star. Stand out label Vetements collaborated with the brand, taking them to another level. Vetements enlisted the brand because of their high quality products, despite the low price point, but without the meager price point Champion wouldn’t be as iconic. Vetements took a Champion hoodie from $25 to $1,000, which played on the consumer’s love for nostalgia, whats new and highly sough after. Streetwear brands like Stüssy have teamed up with Champion as well, allowing the younger streetwear set to get to know the brand that has been around forever. Although Champion has become a recent hit with street stylers and the fashion set, due to its knowledge of what their consumer wants—producing quality products is what has allowed the brand to transcend the times.


Creative Recreation’s Ceroni Vapor White

Creative Recreation’s Ceroni is a low top sneaker engineered with a knitted upper and constructed with a neoprene bootie. Designed for life on-the-go, with stretchable, slip-on flexibility and the rear pull-tabs makes them easy to put on and take off. Sitting on a lightweight EVA outsole that features rubber pods to defer from quick abrasions on the sole. rounding out the look of the sneaker is the front elastic strap that adds a seamless athletic design. These are currently available at rime locations. 

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Creative Recreation’s Carda

The Carda is an everyday classic silhouette that takes clean lines, minimal branding and contrasting materials for a modern blend of style style and ease. Bright yellow accents and perforation are nice contrasts against each-other.  The Carda takes the look of a classic tennis shoe and elevates it with an exaggerated heel and square laces for a contemporary feel. In combination with the vulcanized outsole, the shoe is a relaxed an stylish fit for the sunny days ahead. These are available at rime’s location and can be found on rime’s online shop.

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