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Preview: Wood Wood & Sneakerstuff x Adidas Originals Consortium

16 October 2012, 15.11 | Posted in Sneakers | No comments »

Consortium 8 Preview: Wood Wood & Sneakerstuff x Adidas Originals Consortium

We announced the arrival of the adidas Originals Consortium womens capsule collection together with Sneakerstuff and WoodWood about a month ago. Today, we have detailed images of the sneaker pack, including three stylish silhouettes of the Gazelle Vintage (Wood Wood), ZX 700 (Sneakersnstuff) and Basket Profi (adidas Originals). The look and feel of each shoe is considered, and as always with Consortium, construction and high quality materials are fundamental. From luxurious animal print and tactile cracked leather to open collar construction, it’s all in the detail. All models and more angles on the flip.

The shoes will hit No. 6 London, No. 74 Berlin, Wood Wood and Sneakersnstuff boutiques in December. We’ll keep you post

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Arkitip x WoodWood – Highmath

29 November 2007, 23.25 | Posted in Art | No comments »

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Here a little announcement about the upcoming exhibition “Highmath” being presented during the next Berlin Fashion Week in January 2008.

The art magazine Arkitip is curating its first exhibition in Germany and as the first external source ever, Wood Wood will design a whole issue of the magazine, which will serve as the exhibition catalog.

The “Highmath” exhibition will be shown from 31st of January till 21st of February 2008 and feature works of Andrew Schoultz, Chris Lindig, Ed Templeton, Evan Hecox, Cody Hudson, CR Stecyk III, Eric Elms, Gary Benzel, Geoff McFetridge, Jo Jackson, José Parla, Josh Petherick, Kaws, Killpixie, Michael Leon, Kevin Lyons, Michael Perry, Parra, Phil Frost, Perks, Peter Beste, Peter Sutherland, Richard Colman, Ryan Waller, Shepard Fairey, Todd  St. John and Steve Harrington.

Both the exhibition and the upcoming Arkitip x WoodWood issue are certainly something to look out for!
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