Nike SU15 Tech Pack Hyperfuse Collection

The Nike Tech Pack gets a high tech summer reboot to take on everything the British weather has to throw at us… cool mornings, sweltering afternoons and chilly evenings are easily managed thanks to the use of featherweight rip stop nylon, internal all-over flocking and laser-perforated sweat zones. That certainly is high teck!

The Men’s Blue Polka Dot Hyperfuse Wind Runner is a thing of beauty!
The collection launches in the UK 28th May.





Greg Wilson x NoWayBack Tees

The legend of edits, Greg Wilson, has done a limited edition set of tees in collaboration with NoWayBack.
Take your pick between the subtle toned options below and grab them quick before they undoubtedly sell out.

Buy a Greg Wilson x NoWayBack tee.

Listen to a new mix containing the 10 remixes he worked on to date with Derek Kaye at the bottom of the post too.




As the countdown to the second annual Air Max Day continues, Nike takes a look back to remember the Icons of the Air Max Family: The Masters of Max.
Spanning numerous generations, the Air Max has evolved from its subtle Air Max 1 beginnings to a more technological model we see today in the Air Max 2015 (below). The Air Max family’s various models have taken on personalities of their own and on March 26th Air Max fans will be taking their obsessions to the next level with Air Max Day.


Loving the reverse Swoosh on the next gen Max!


The design team behind this project’s identity and branding has really smashed it out the park with the model specific AIR Bubble concept in the video below… Big round of applause on that!

In 1985, then-developer Mark Parker and designer Tinker Hatfield were faced with the challenge of continuing to lead through innovation. Their solution, a disruptive sneaker design with visible Nike Air cushioning, was deemed a little too visionary. The concept wouldn’t come to fruition until two years later with the debut of the Air Max 1, sparking a revolution of Air. And the original design would never be seen—until now…

What are you favourites from over the years?
Still in love with the 90s :)


Bang & Olufsen Rose Gold Love Affair Collection

Bang & Olufsen have announced the launch of their Love Affair collection in celebration of their 90th birthday. The new collection sees six of Bang & Olufsen’s classic products redesigned in rose gold. This beautiful redesign will include the flagship BeoVision Avant television, as well as the BeoLab 18 , BeoVision 11 and BeoRemote One.


The collection has been designed to represent the 1920s when Peter Bang and Svend Olufsen established the brand and started their journey into technology. The products capture the mood and style of the time, which, combined with the warm fabrics recently developed in collaboration with fashion designer Stine Goya, represent a 90 year relationship between the company and its devoted fans.


Lets just hope you’ve got some coin in the bank if you’re serious about actually owning any of their amazing kit though…
Prices – Love Affair Collection
BeoVision Avant 85 – from £18,195 (inc BeoRemote One)
BeoRemote One – £235
BeoVision 11-46 – £5,445 (inc BeoRemote One and front cover)
BeoLab 18 – £5,260 a pair (inc walnut fronts and stand option)
BeoPlay A9 – £1,799
BeoPlay H6 – £349