Fuse was able to get a look into what Joey Bada$$ has been designing for Marc Ecko clothing. He says that he is trying to see what appeals to the youth and just taking it to the next creative level. From what I see this could be what makes Ecko clothing popular again.
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Insanity Ink Clothing and Organized Threat work together to put out the first official Organized Threat T-Shirt. As you can see they wanted to make this very special and did so by shooting a promo. You really get a sense of how serious this movement is going to be, so “claim your loyalty”. You can do so by clicking here to purchase the “Silencer T”, T-shirt.
4U Caps continues their tribute to the Negro League Baseball teams during Black History Month with their latest release of the Cuban X Giants fitted.
The Cuban X-Giants competed as a negro league club for about 10 seasons around 1900. (The Cuban Giants are considered the first all-black professional club. The team was established in 1885 in Babylon, NY.)
Like the Cuban Giants, the players on the Cuban X Giants team were not Cuban! Team owners called them Cuban to avoid acknowledging that they were Negros or Black.
We now half the east coast is experiencing blizzards and all types of messed up weather, but fashion designers are already gearing up for Spring. Sean John is first up to bat with their Spring/Summer collection. If you want to beat the pack, you better get to shopping!
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The NEW YORK CUBANS were a New York City area team that went through a few different versions during its’ history.
The NY CUBANS, were a club based on the original ALL CUBANS club founded in 1899. The ALL CUBANS were the first all-Hispanic ball club, and traveled to the U.S. regularly to compete against Negro League teams.
Top players included future major league star “Minnie” Minoso, Luis Tiant (father of Boston Red Sox great Luis Tiant, Jr.), Tetelo Vargas, a member the Puerto Rican Hall of Fame and the Cuban Hall of Fame, and the legendary Martín Dihigo who was inducted into three DIFFERENT baseball Halls of Fame – in Cuba, Mexico, and in the United States – and considered by experts to be one of the greatest players of all time.
In recognition of Black History Month, 4U releases a collection of New Era snapbacks based on several popular Negro baseball teams of the past. There were several leagues that were established over a 60-year period that featured dozens of semi-pro and pro Black baseball teams. The Negro National League and The Negro American League were considered, with others, the “Black Major Leagues” and represented many of the top Black teams at that time. Our collection of Negro League baseball caps highlight some of the talented teams that played during that era, and helps preserve a piece of American baseball history. For Black History Month, we will tell their stories….
Nike releases an updated version of the CB Air Max in tribute to his Houston Rocket days. While it may seem like these shoes are a lot to handle, the mesh of black, purple, pink, red, grey and whatever other colors you can find magically come together well. All the paint must have cost a pretty penny. These Galaxy’s are going for 900 bucks at Soul Awesome.
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One of the most slept on sneaker companies around, Asics, collaborated with shoe designer Ronnie Fieg a while back. The successful design of the Gel Lyte III is now back… in Haiti. Sneaker Boutique Kith and charity Soles 4 Souls recently donated 300 pairs of the shoe to victims of the 2010 earthquake.
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If you’re one of those people who have a hard time telling time on analog clocks, Nooka has made it even more of a challenge for you. They have introduced their Zub Zen-H 20 watch with bar graph-like display. Features a glow in the dark band which turns blue for those after-hour ventures. The watch is currently selling for $129. For more details visit http://www.nooka.com