• DIY Style

    Air Jordan 4 Retro GS ‘DIY’ Release Date DC4101-100

    It appears Jordan Brand may soon let fans create their own Air Jordan 4 colorway, with a new “DIY” make-up reportedly coming to the model later this year. According to zSneakerheadz, the “DIY” Jordan 4 will hit shelves this summer, but is expected to be available exclusively in grade school sizing. While images of the shoe have yet to surface, a description shared by the account suggests it will be white-based, with black trim, complete with a set of markers that will allow the wearer to customize the look. Some of you may remember Reebok rolling out a similar  

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  • Outerwear

    L.L.Bean goes retro with buzzworthy outerwear launch

    L.L.Bean Inc. has gone back to the future, as Marty McFly and Doc Brown might say. The Freeport retailer on Monday unveiled a new-old line of outerwear, made with surplus fabric that had been stored away for 30-some years. The sustainability-minded designs are retro too, with blocks of bright colors recognizable to most people who can remember the premiere of “Back to the Future.” The company is repurposing 8,000 yards of the leftover material to create 1,700 remakes of its 1991 All-Sports Anorak pullover. It features the familiar kangaroo pocket of the original, suitable for carrying a phone or maybe  

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  • Accessories

    Retro Pokémon accessories coming en masse to Apple devices

    Mobile phone case and accessory manufacturer CASETiFY has revealed another line of Pokémon accessories. This time around, a wide selection of Pokémon-themed phone cases, watch straps, and AirPod cases are here, with a suitably ’90s theme. This selection follows last year’s line from the same company, which featured designs based off the original 151 Pokémon. CASETiFY says its accessories are “Inspired by the concept of ‘Past, Present, and Future’” and that the “Pokémon collection plays on classic ‘90s trends, with cases featuring iconic patterns from the decade like bold checkerboards and tie-dye treatments.” This is a fitting  

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  • Dress and Skirts

    New Barbie Collection Via American Retro, Pop Culture-Inspired Stitch Shoppe

    Click here to read the full article. Stitch Shoppe by Loungefly has collaborated with Disney, Coca-Cola and Pixar. Now the California-based company — which specializes in retro, pop culture-inspired apparel and accessories for adults — is turning its attention to Barbie, offering a size-inclusive line, out July 31. “We love that Barbie has taken some really, really bold moves in the market in terms of diversity in their dolls and body positivity,” said Liz DeSilva, vice president of creative for Loungefly, which is owned by licensed collectibles manufacturer Funko. “The brand messaging really aligns with what Stitch Shoppe stands  

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