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The Rolex Submariner 114060 was introduced in 2012, and represents the return of the beloved date-less Sub. This Submariner features Rolex's Cerachrom bezel, maxi dial with larger hour markers, and the latest case design that, while still 40mm in diameter, gets beefier lugs and a solid link oyster bracelet. The date-less Submariner shares a lineage with the first models introudced in the mid 50's, which had simple dials without date complications. The Rolex Submariner is constructed of 904l steel, and featrues a Rolex built, chronometer grade automatic movement. It'll get you 1,000ft/300m of water resistence for diving thanks in part to the Triplock system in the screw in crown, and best of all, looks great pretty much every outfit in your wardrobe.
Kaws released his first print of 2021 titled Separated. The print illustrates an unhappy brown companion figure sitting down with their hands on their head, the same position as his separated vinyl figure that was released earlier this year. The limited edition release is numbered out of 250 with 50 artist proofs available. The 20 X 16 Inch screen print is on Stonehenge 250gm Steel Grey paper. The print was made available for a pre-order raffle on KAWS’ website.
Modeled after the famous 1981 DMC Delorean, the Daniel Arsham Eroded Delorean figure is another beautifully crafted collectible from the Future Relic Series. The Eroded Delorean is 31 cm in length and weighs 2.8 kg, and features doors that can open and close. Like other pieces in the series, the Daniel Arsham Eroded Delorean is constructed with die-cut foam and comes with a pair of white handling gloves. The Daniel Arsham Eroded Delorean figure was limited to 500 pieces, and includes an edition number for authenticity.
Futura’s artistic career began in the New York City subway system as a self-taught graffiti artist alongside other prominent artists including Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat. In the decades following, Futura established himself as a major player in the global art scene with gallery shows, installations, and commercial work. Futura has worked with several clients throughout his illustrious career including Nike, Chanel, BMW, Off-White, even The Clash. While Futura has explored several mediums, his iconic use of colour, design, and characters developed in his subway days still heavily informs his work.
A collab that will be remembered as a watershed moment in modern sneaker culture. The collaboration between Jordan Brand and French fashion house Dior first debuted during the Dior Fall 2020 runway show in 2019. Many were unsure of the collaboration ever seeing a public drop because of Dior’s high-fashion status, but through an official raffle on Dior’s site, the Jordan collaboration finally saw the light of day. The collection is the perfect marriage of sport and luxury, highlighting both Jordan’s amazing feats in basketball and Dior’s unique strides in fashion.
Designed by Virgil Abloh after taking over as the label's Artistic Director in 2018, the Louis Vuitton 1.1 Millionaires Sunglasses reimagines the iconic Millionaires sunglasses that were made famous by the likes of Rihanna, Kanye West and Pharrell in the early 2000s. An iconic design that symbolised the growing convergence of luxury and hip-hop cultures, Williams himself described the pair as "one part Tony Montana, one part Notorious B.I.G.", The Millionaires first dropped in 2004 under the brand's then creative director, Marc Jacobs. The reworked art deco-influenced sunglasses feature a deep-bevelled front and S-lock hinges, while an intricate golden LV monogram pattern adorns the top bar, as we saw with the OG version.
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