Vector smartwatch actually looks like one.
Even though the Apple Watch dominated the smartwatches scene for a long time, that didn’t stop other brands to come up with viable alternatives: UK based brand Vector designers a watch that focus on the essential necessities; the weather and fitness information, news alerts and meeting display is all you need in a smartwatch.
The touch screen mode has been replace by classic watch faces in digital and analog styles, while the device’s special characteristics are accessible via the three side buttons and an expressly created app.
The Vector Smartwatch will be available in different styles and designs from September 1 at brand’s online store.
The Aztec OG Runner are back from the ’70s.
Released at first in 1978, Reebok brought back a traditional design from its vast archive, still mantaining its original OG colour palette, with a nylon and suede upper featuring a back-in-time colorway and donning a vintage dual density sole unit.
The sneaker comes with a booklet filled with all sorts of Reebok characteristics – including what’s behind the shoe’s design and vintage campaigns from the classic British athletic footwear and sportswear brand.
Stay locked for more news on the release date and expect them not too last on shelves for too long.
See Norse Projects and Kvadrat Japanese luxury textile addition.
Norse Projects teamed up with textile manufacturer Kvadrat to add Japanese luggage brand Head Porter to the game. We have already seen how Norse and Kvadrat work magic together, such as when they released the Vans pack ‘Stoflighted’, but this time they step their game up with collection that features a wide range of accessories. The made-in-Japan products include a rucksack, this coin case, an iPad sleeve, laptop case and the legendary Head Porter three-way bag, all utilizing Kvadrat’s “Memory” textile, crafted with bouclé yarn and designed by Patricia Urquiola.