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Tuesday
May202014

Puma States

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—01. Pine Green.

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Puma is not a brand that I usually associate with, however I will be forced into a relationship when Arsenal's new kit deal takes effect next season. Like many brands with a long-standing history, they have made some great shoes and you can't deny the appeal of classics like the Clyde, Basket, Suede and maybe even the Liga. All of these styles fit within a similar design aesthetic, so it's no surprise that the States, which were originally released in the 1980s, also get a thumbs up, especially in this Pine Green colourway.

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Tuesday
Jan142014

Nike NSW Tiempo 94

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—01. Removable tongue overlay.
—02. Gum rubber soles.
—03. Quilted leather upper.

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The Tiempo has always been my favourite football shoe by Nike. Released as a part of the brand's build-up to the World Cup in Brazil later this year, the classic black leather and white Swoosh on this updated model are nicely offset by a gum sole.

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Saturday
Dec212013

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Friday
Jan112013

Maison Martin Margiela Hooded Sweatshirt

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01. 100% Cotton.
02. Made in Italy.

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There's something appealing about occasionally treating yourself to a more luxury version of a classic wardrobe staple. This navy blue hooded sweat from Margiela fits the criteria: easy to wear in a classic colour, a thoughtful and interesting design, and a fair old price tag to match.

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Monday
Jan072013

Juergen Teller: Pictures & Text

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01. Hardback with paperback accompaniment.
02. Published by Steidl, 2012.

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"For over a year Juergen Teller kept a weekly column in Germanys highly respected Die Zeit newspaper. Each week accompanying one of his images with an explanatory text, the column was a controversial addition to the historic publication. Pictures and Text collects these autobiographical musings together for the first time, and also comes with a separate booklet of complaint letters that Die Ziet received whilst Teller was contributing".

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