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.
Fans of Hello Kitty who can’t get enough of Dr. Martens x Hello Kitty collaboration will be glad to know there are more. Folks, meet the new Dr. Martens x Hello Kitty and Friends Collection.
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.
Marking 60 years since the debut of the now iconic Dr. Martens 1460 boots is this latest collaboration with Japanese toy maker Medicom Toy as part of the British footwear maker’s 1460 Remastered releases.
We did it again. Sign. We made a mistake, again. Dr. Martens x Sex Pistol IS NOT the fourth collab of the promised 12 collaborations to celebrate the birth of Dr. Martens. It was this: 1460 Yohji Yamamoto Remastered Boots.
Well, it looks like we have made a mistake. The previously mentioned Dr. Martens x Hello Kitty collection IS NOT part of the 1460 Remastered series collaboration. That was a separate collaboration.
Remember the awesome Dr. Martens x BAPE 1460 Remastered? Also remember we mentioned that there are 12 collabs planned for 2020 to mark the 1460’s 60 years? Well, the first and the second had came and gone, and the next, it would be this: Dr. Martens x Hello Kitty 1460 Remastered Boots and then some.
Dr. Martens. The brand that I never knew until British pop group, Bros, came along in the 80s. It was the kicks that got custom before custom sneakers became a thing. It has been 60 years since the 73 year-old shoe maker rolled out the iconic 1460 boots. Celebrating 1460’s 60 years this year, Dr. …
Dr. Martens has been around for the longest time. The UK shoe maker is arguably as iconic as the UK pop stars of the 80s. It is known for footwear that are on the clunky side and it has always been so like forever. However, of late, the now-Permira own shoe maker has gone on …