When you adore Porsche 911 Turbo so much that it is simply not enough to be driving one. In that case, you ought to wear it too and you can do so with the new Porsche Legacy Collection by Puma. Puma has released an exclusive new collection of apparel and footwear inspired by the Porsche […]
In addition to the Ultraman and Monsters Uniqlo Graphic T-shirt Collection from the Uniqlo 2020 Spring/Summer drop, two new collaborations were announced by Uniqlo. The first is the Evangelion x UT Graphic T-Shirt Collection and the second is the UT Gunpla 40th Uniqlo Collection.
Uniqlo love collaborations love as much as BAPE, but in a more pop culture and more affordable way. The latest Uniqlo collab is with my childhood favorite and Japanese supersized superhero, Ultraman.
Supreme New York. The name now more associated with collaborations has a series of collaborations with big names across a wide range of industries. The latest to join the growing collab portfolio is Automobili Lamborghini.
The Evangelion 3.0 + 1.0 hype train is coming on strong in Japan. Following a bunch of collaborations, including Evangelion UCC canned milk coffee, turning a resort town into Tokyo-3, Bluetooth controller Evangelion mobile game, and more, is a collaboration with Japanese ladies’ street wear brand, X-girl.
The North Face, Kathmandu, Columbia, and the likes are brands synonymous with outdoor adventures. However, if you identify yourself as more of an explorer than an adventurer, then perhaps, getting dress in National Geographic Urban Tech Clothing Collection would be a more fitting choice.
Cybertruck may have its windows shattered in front of millions, but Tesla ain’t going to let anyone forget. The EV maker has immortalized the unforgettable fail on a t-shirt, aptly called Men’s Cybertruck Bulletproof T-Shirt.
They say it is a homage to classic cartoon series originally created by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, Tom and Jerry. But deep down we know the real reason why there is a Reebok x Tom and Jerry Collection at this time.
The SoundShirt you see here is like the Woojer Edge Haptic Feedback Wearable. It lets a person wearing it feel music. However, unlike Woojer, SoundShirt by tech fashion company CuteCircuit is designed for the deaf.
To be honest, I am fan of Batman not because of what he is. I mean, lets get real. He has no so-called superpower. All he has is his gadgets and you know, detective mind. The former is what attracts me.