The North Face Access Pack from their Fall/Winter 2016 range features easy access to individual compartments.
For AW15 Nike carry on from the success of the Jordan Future model with the Leather City Pack. For the first time we see an upper constructed of lightweight perforated leather; creating a clean, breathable silhouette. Inspired by three European cities, each model is finished with city lettering on the tongue tag and a woven flag stitched to the insole.
Nike Jordan Eclipse Leather ‘Paris’ ($155) via End Clothing.
You can’t visit Tokyo without noticing how fashion forward the local Japanese girls are. To keep up with this younger generation of Harajuka hipsters, Burberry has an exclusive Burberry check pattern spin-off line named “Burberry Blue Label.”
Available only in Japan, Burberry Blue Label features clothing that’s more fitted and sassier.
I particularly like these Burberry Blue Label shorts. They look so damn cute!
Unless you’re flying a kite, windy weather sucks. Take the pain away with the Element Men’s Cornerstone Jacket ($52). Designed with 100% wet nylon ripston and 100% nylon dull ottman. Available in black or brown.
Keeping up to date with the latest in streetwear can be quite a daunting task. This fashion niche moves so fast, it’s near impossible for one person to keep up with the all latest drops. Fortunately, there are plenty of streetwear blogs that are up to the task of making sure you stay well informed and most importantly — in style.
Los Angeles label Killspencer has hand crafted a Track Bike Messenger ($450) bag using high quality military canvas. Designed with multiple compartments, an adjustable strap and a dedicated wall hook for storage, this is one of the nicest messenger bags I’ve seen in a long time.