#PreciseFashion: BAPE x UNDEFEATED Fall 2014 Capsule Collection

As a follow up to last years highly sought-after collaboration range, Los Angeles-based sports inspired brand Undefeated and iconic Japanese streetwear label BAPE hook up again to bring us another dope collection. This time the two brands keep it very subtle, bringing us a small capsule offering of hoodies and graphic t-shirts featuring a clean American flag ape-head/5-strike cross-branding logo.

The BAPE x UNDEFEATED Fall 2014 Capsule Collection will be available September 13th over at the UNFTD online shop and all both brands flagship retailers.


10.Deep’s new fall collection is out and the brand definitely brings the gems. Entitled “WXRLD WXDE WXVE,” you can find an array of themes like world maps, a mugshot, and literal waves tucked throughout the collection. For those who like to flaunt, there’s plenty of options to choose from. There’s the ivory on ivory front logo “DEEP” jersey, the patchwork via screenprint button-up, the WORLD WXDX W@VE highlighter yellow tee, DXXP snapbacks and more. But the logo-driven pieces are not the only stars here. The use of the world map as the print for a deep navy hoodie and joggers and deep teal sweatshirt are probably the coolest and most unique pieces in the collection. With how accessible worldwide communication is in this day in age, it is only right that designers become inspired by it and dish out a dope collection like this one.

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This collection will haunt you. Boasting images of a distorted Frankenstein, Grim Reaper, skeletal prints, ambiguous cross imagery and “Saint” and “Sinner” wordplay, Entrée Lifestyle’s new “Afterlife” fall collection speaks of dark themes with religious influences. If you are familiar with the brand, you’d know the eerie religious and horrific imagery is a consistent theme throughout their collections, and this one gives us nothing short of the classic Entrée look. The brand also brought back the Teddy and “His Airness” Jordan prints, this time in a tee, sweatshirt, hoodie, and socks. The more unique item of the collection are the suede patched joggers, which you can cop in grey and black.

Shop the full collection on Entree’s website.


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90′s rap game anyone?

After it’s usual three week hiatus, Supreme recently released the lookbook for the Fall ’14 season and the early 90′s is unmistakably present. We can’t help but to immediately think of Biggie, the NWA, and Outkast all wrapped up into one swanky archived wardrobe of your favorite early rap artist. Outerwear is especially notable, as the brand picked up on the shearling, quilting, and fur trends all successfully. We’re also being fed some lumberjack realness in the form of deep denim overalls, yellow and black plaid hooded jacket, and a bright orange racer jacket. A classic cognac trench also falls into the mix, which may be atypical of the Supreme customer, but is still well incorporated. Probably the most gaudy piece in the collection is the velvet leopard print hooded bomber (we imagine Diddy will be first in line for this one), which is asking to be doused in bling. Yes, bling.

Outwear isn’t the only hero here. The maroon corduroy button up, the racer stripe collared mustard crewneck, and the Fuck Em! short are all winners too. Hit up Supreme’s flagship stores tomorrow for the drop. For those who don’t have access, you unfortunately have to wait until the 28th to to get your hands on it.

Check out the full Fall ’14 collection here.

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