Welcome to Volume 2 of Your Fit Of The Week. An injection of a dose of retail therapy, we bring to you a selection of the latest in and best in streetwear, sneakers, fashion, and lifestyle products. For more of the most up-to-date shopping news, be sure to stay tuned with us every Friday for the latest gears.
All you technical wear enthusiasts have to check out NIKE ACG’s latest drop with Errolson Hugh from ACRONYM. This collection will be a special one too, as Errolson and Nike will part ways after this last one. Known for his attention to detail as well as technical aspect in his products, Errolson said that this collection will be “trying to explore what a full, all-conditions fit means in terms of having the maximum amount of protection possible.”
If you are an ACRONYM or Errolson Hugh fan, be sure not to miss out as the collection is now on-sale via Nike’s Malaysia webstore under the NIKELAB section. The price is a tad bit high but do bear in mind this is practically the last affordable line of ACRONYM-esque wears by the Techwear God himself, unless you wanna spend double the price on actual ACRONYM products.
SHUREN PROJECTS Machine Made Collection
This collection comprises of earthly tones with some utilitarian wear in between. The inspiration for this collection is to explore on the “perceived harshness of machine made garments,” all the while employing the best techniques modern technology can offer in order to construct wearable pieces for an urban lifestyle. While all that may be hard to understand, just one look into the collection & a few words come into mind : Comfort, Simplicity & OhMyGod what good looking garments are those.
Fancy what you see? The collection is available via their online webstore www.shurenprojects.com & their flagship stores located at Taman Paramount (SRP by SHUREN PROJECTS) or through their official stockist, Isetan The Japan Store, Robinsons, HUNDRED%, Sixthsense Store & MannersBoy.
Bristol Studios x Adidas Originals
LA Brand Bristol Studio & Sportswear Giant Adidas Originals came together with a collaboration called ‘Sharp-Shooters’ which is inspired by the game of basketball.
Consisting of both apparel & footwear, the duo come together to create a new edition of the Crazy BYW, which was first inspired by the Kobe Bryant KB8 and later the Crazy 8. Bristol Studio’s Creative director Luke Tadashi remarks on his design elements, drawing attention from on- and off-court styling while striking a balance in Athleisure Wear. The collection includes two pairs of Crazy BYWs — one High and one Low. Both include materials and design cues not previously seen on the Crazy model, such as hairy leather panels, knitted textiles, translucent elements and, of course, BOOST technology. The apparel range ties into the heritage of Adidas basketball, from a selection of jerseys, warm up tops, tees, loose-fitting shorts and tearaway pants arrive in a selection of tonal light brown, white and onyx.
The collection is now available in Isetan The Japan Store. Be sure to head on there before it sells out!
NIKE AIR MAX 97 NRG ‘Jacket Pack’
It’s Christmas season now, and as the temperature begins to dip in the West, you’ll find appropriate festive patterns making their way back onto footwear and apparel, and like the latest Nike Air Max 97 NRG, the shoe gears up for chilly conditions a bit early with its “Jacket Pack” iteration. The footwear comes in coated in “Team Red/Midnight Spruce,” a plaid pattern that serves as the first layer and is followed by forest green. As you continue to move towards its ankle entry the upper is completed by burgundy and yellow plaid on the tongue. Finally, a black midsole encases a matching full-length Air Max unit for this special iteration.
Like what you see? This pair is now available in HUNDRED% Lot10 only.
Wacko Maria Guilty Parties
Wacko Maria, one of the pioneers of streetwear in Japan has made a new delivery to Crossover. The new stock consists of some Christian imagery printed and crafted on tee’s & accessories, which is a classic to Wacko Maria as the creative director Atsuhiko Mori is heavily influenced by Western culture. Head on over to all CrossOver stores to check out what Wacko Maria have to deliver!