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Collegium Opts for Italian Luxury With Its GAT-Informed Pillar Court II Sneaker

Nick Sisombath’s California-based sneaker (and now also apparel) label Collegium is growing from strength to strength, following up on various Stateside pop-ups with a new silhouette: the Pillar Court II.Arriving in four colorways — “Nero/Gum,” “Bianco/Nero/Gum,” “Chalk,” or “Oxford Green” — we find a shoe that’s noticeably inspired by German Army Trainers. Using Italian calfskin, Collegium creates panels of overlapping leather and suede to distinguish the GAT elements, adding the classic footwear design aesthetic to the front of the shoe. Moving up, a bar of leather darts through the mid-panel, complementing the stamp-branded tongue tag and color-coded heel tab.Regardless of the color you opt for, Collegium serves its sneaker atop an Italian Margom rubber outsole, and accents the pairs with removable PU insoles and two sets of premium cotton laces, allowing you to customize the look of your Pillar Court II.To elevate the experience, Collegium has produced the sneaker in Italy, selecting talents who can make the shoes by hand. All these elements add up for a seriously luxurious sneaker, but per Collegium norms, there’s no premium price tag here. Instead, the Pillar Court II, which drops at 10 a.m. PST/1 p.m. EST on April 15, costs just $225 USD.Take a closer look at the silhouette above, and head over to Collegium’s website to cop them when they drop.In other news, Blackstock & Webber are teaming up with JJJJound on a slick pair of loafers.

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UPDATE: Corteiz to Drop Its Air Max 95 “Aegean Storm” Alongside New Apparel Range

UPDATE: Corteiz recently announced the release of its Air Max 95 “Aegean Storm,” with the third AM95 installment of the trilogy dropping in Paris on April 11. However, the sneaker is now being made available to the wider public via the brand’s official website alongside a new corresponding apparel range.The new sneaker has been designed with a blacked-out color scheme, while its wavy overlays have been hit with a “Gridiron” hue. Customary CRTZ branding has also been applied to the lateral heels and forefoot, with the brand’s classic Alcatraz-inspired insignias hitting the tongues and Swooshes. Rounding off the pair, Corteiz continues to keep up the militarian aesthetic with camouflage patterns throughout the shoe’s interior and insoles in the traditional “Drab Olive” and brown color combination.For the newly-introduced apparel, Corteiz has opted for a navy blue color scheme throughout matching cargo trousers and zip-up jackets. Combining military cues with a slice of minimalism, the clean-cut co-ord has been hit with an assemblage of utility pockets across along the trouser legs and on the midriff of the jacket. Of course, a CRTZ design wouldn’t be complete without branding, and this can be spotted in white across the jacket chest, as well as on the trouser back pocket and ankle.You can check out the latest release from Corteiz above and it will be available to shop via the brand’s official website from April 14 at 7 p.m. GMT, with shipping being limited to Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.UPDATE: Corteiz has just announced that its Nike Air Max 95 “Aegean Storm” collaboration will be dropping in Paris tomorrow at an undisclosed location. They will announce it at 1:50pm at Place de la République and the kicks will be sold on a first-come-first-served basis. Expect the madness to be just as insane as the brand’s New York takeover. View this post on Instagram A post shared by @crtz.rtwORIGINAL ARTICLE:Corteiz — a burgeoning streetwear label that’s based in London — has arguably had one of the most exciting sneaker releases of 2023 thus far. Clint419 and his team shut down New York City last month by instructing consumers to pull up at a downtown billboard to find the coordinates of the bodega it took over to host the release of the Corteiz x Nike Air Max 95 “Pink Beam.” And with hype over the brand continuing to surge, it’s back again with the Swoosh to introduce its latest Corteiz x Nike Air Max 95 “Aegean Storm” entry.Official images of the pair have now surfaced, revealing all of its subtle-yet-captivating details. Mesh that sits adjacent to the throat is done up with a solid black hue and stacked above wavy overlays that are styled in muted “Gridiron” tone. Its titular shade disperses to the branded areas such as the Corteiz logos across the lateral heels and forefoot, Alcatraz-inspired insignias on the tongues and the Swooshes. Like the other pairs, camouflage patterns furnish the interiors and insoles in the traditional drab olive and brown color scheme.These are scheduled to drop on April 15 for $190 USD.Elsewhere in sneakers, G-Dragon’s PEACEMINUSONE label and Nike have revealed a new apparel collection.

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Jordan MVP Has Surfaced in “Shy Pink”

Jordan Brand is bringing back one of its spring-ready colorways from 2006 onto its new silhouette, the Jordan MVP. Making its way back to the lineup is the “Shy Pink” color blocking on the newest hybrid model. The shoe, which takes design elements from the Air Jordan 6, 7 and 8, celebrates the legendary Michael Jordan’s three-peat championships from 1991-1993 in his victories over the Los Angeles Lakers, Portland Trail Blazers and the Phoenix Suns. Arriving in the “Shy Pink” color scheme, the Jordan MVP is constructed with a mostly white leather upper. The Shy Pink contrasts are seen as accents throughout, noticeably along the heel collar and midsole. Details nodding at the three Air Jordans include the tongues, TPU paint strokes, midsole and icy translucent outsole. On the lateral ankle the Jumpman logo is embroidered alongside the “Nike Air” heel branding. The shoe sits atop a white and pink midsole and a grey rubber outsole to round out the design.Look out for the Jordan MVP “Shy Pink” releasing in the coming months at select Jordan Brand retailers and on Nike for $165 USD.In case you missed it, the adidas Campus 80 “Croptober celebrates the annual harvest.

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