Over the past few months, you’ve uploaded thousands of amazing sneaker flicks and tagged them with #bigeyeslittlesoles. We’ve been documenting it and here’s what kicks pics you’ve been uploading to Instagram over the past few weeks. Keep them coming and don’t forget the #bigeyeslittlesoles so we can see them!
I told you last week about the Black/Pink Safari AM1s that were on their way to me after a fierce eBay bidding war.. Well, they arrived!
The all black safari print is undoubtedly my favourite of any WMNS safari AM1. Over the past few months, I’ve definitely moved from mostly owning white based sneakers, to falling in love with the mainly black colourways and these are no exception! The pink sock rim and top eyelets add a bright hint of colour that makes the black safari print really stand out.
No other word than FIIYYAHH comes to mind, every time I see these beasts sitting in my bedroom.
My favourite AM1 purchase by a mile!
My good friend, Kara Messina is launching Y’OH Streetwear – her brand new menswear line tomorrow along side Verena Stefanie AKA Kids Of Grime, who will be showcasing her photography.
Here’s a little more about these two inspirational ladies!
Kara’s first collection for her brand Y’OH Streetwear, is entitled ‘Heads Ain’t Ready’. Kara has been in the high fashion section of the industry for 6 years now, working all over Europe as a pattern cutter. This collection however, is nothing like what she used to create, it’s both 90′s and grime inspired, consisting of outerwear, shirts and non-jersey tshirts. The fits are oversized and something seriously different from what we see available at the moment for the streetwear market. Her items will also be available on the Y’OH online store.
Next up, you’ll be able to see Kids Of Grime aka photographer Verena Stefanie’s first solo exhibition. Her work documents the grime scene and all those involved. This exhibition is like a time capsule, these photo’s truly represent where grime is going and what it’s doing at the moment.