We did not feature all of it but Dr. Martens has never stopped collaborating. We will not miss featuring this latest collab because it is a collaboration with one of the most iconic (and somewhat controversial) cartoon characters: Betty Boop. For those who don’t know who Betty Boop is… ermmm, where the hell have you …
Here’s a quick one for folks who adore graffiti culture. Dr. Martens has partnered with Futura Laboratories, the streetwear brand by the pioneer of abstract graffiti Futura aka Leonard Hilton McGurr, for two innovative twists on Doc Mart’s iconic 1460 boot.
The first time I started to take notice of Dr. Martens was in 1986 when I saw British pop group Bros (pronounced as “Bross”) wearing the customized versions of Doc Marts with a wristwatch on it. I thought it was super cool. Dr. Martens 1460 Embellished with Swarovski Crystals is not related to Bros, but …
Wait. Is Stüssy still a thing? The market is swarmed with independent labels that you’d be forgiven for not remembering this brand that emerged in the 80s. I admit. I am guilty of not remembering it until I saw this news from Dr. Martens.
Dr. Martens is best known for its boots and collaborations. The British footwear maker already has a string of collabs and the latest to join the illustrious collab list that includes BAPE, Hello Kitty, atmos and more, is Herschel Supply Co.
The king of collabs from the opposite ends of the world have joined hands. British shoe maker Dr. Martens and Japan’s streetwear label atmos has revealed the Dr. Martens x atmos Collection which includes a pair of 1461 and a pair of Combs Tech Casual Boots.
Time really does fly. It felt like it was just yesterday when we learned about the first of the 12 Dr. Martens Remastered 1460 boots. In between, we have seen the likes of Medicom Toy, Yohji Yamamoto varieties and more.