The label, under new ownership, has taken strides to rebrand with a decidedly grown-up approach to men’s streetwear.
The collection, created around Black History Month, is the second between Elizabeth Birkett Gibbs’ label No Sesso and Bephie.
The social media platform for all things youth culture launches the next iteration of the Camo Out collection as it plots expansion on the West Coast and beyond.
The colder temps can’t stop a New Yorker’s shopping spirit.
In an interview with WWD, the “Happy” singer predicted the resale value of the shoes could reach $40,000.
The fast-growing Culver City, Calif. company is headed up by technologists who also share a passion for sneaker culture.