Reebok and JJJJound’s Classic Leather Nylon Collab Model Is Releasing Again

Reebok and JJJJound have finally unveiled their new collaborative silhouette, which sees the Montreal-based design studio reinvent Reebok’s historic Classic leather Nylon retro runner in a clean new design.

The Classic Leather Nylon is an 80’s classic steeped in Reebok’s fitness heritage, that today offers a breadth staple models for contemporary lifestyle wardrobes. The understated classic resonates with JJJJound’s own refined attention to detail, with the 2020 collbaoration staying true to both the model and studio’s minimalist form.

JJJJound’s paper white, chalk and beige spin on the classic silhouette removes all Reebok branding, removing the tongue label and replacing Reebok’s window box Union Jack and wordmark with its own.

The model’s white nylon upper and garment leather side stripe is wrapped in ultra-suede overlays at the cross check, vamp and heel, seated atop a paper white midsole and utility beige rubber outsole that cleanly matches the sneaker’s beige terry sockliner. 

The model is one of the cleanest collab releases of the year, and is receiving a release on the Reebok website after becoming the latest highly-coveted model worked up by JJJJound, following the release of their much-hyped New Balance collaboration.

The FW20 JJJJound x Reebok Classic Leather Nylon will be available on October 26 via Reebok.com – get a closer look at the model below. 

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Jeff Goldblum on Style at 68 and Wearing Leather Pants to Work Out

Most notable in that accumulation is a ton of Prada. Last year, Goldblum went through a phase of almost exclusively wearing the label, sporting its loud camp-collar shirts and sleeker suiting. “I have a bunch of their shirts in my closet, maybe 15 or so,” he says. “Sometimes I go through cycles of of enthusiasm and passion for one thing, and then wake up and go, ‘Oh boy, what was I thinking?’” His passion for Prada, however, is eternal, and began after he met designer Miuccia Prada at a party during the Venice Film Festival a couple of years ago. “She’s spectacular, and from what I gather about their whole creative process, and their social awareness and activism, I’m very excited about what they’re doing,” Goldblum says. The label exclusively dressed him for a tour that his jazz band, The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra, in which Goldblum plays the piano, did in 2019.

But one designer does not a wardrobe make, and Goldblum has been trying on other designers. For example, he’s been wearing a Celine trench coat nonstop, but most unexpectedly, he’s been wearing a pair of Saint Laurent leather pants quite often. “Andrew and I flirted with these pants; I remember the first time we saw them, we let them go,” he says. “We said, ‘we’re not going to pull the trigger on them yet.’” Goldblum eventually ended up buying them, and has been wearing them almost every day. “I’ve been surprised at how comfortable they are,” he says. “They’re slim-fitting, but stretchy. I even wear them to work out in, believe it or not.” Shoe-wise, Goldblum has been into checkered Vans sneakers, and a pair of Rick Owens boots. “They’re a plain black boot—you know how extravagant he can be—but I get obsessed with shoe laces, so [I switched them].”

As for what the rest of the year holds for Goldbum? In November, the actor says he will launch into filming the second season of The World According to Jeff Goldblum, his docuseries where each episode explores something that people are obsessed with (from sneakers to ice cream). He’ll be home in Los Angeles, where he’ll be reunited with his closet. Godlblum says, “I have joy in fantasizing and dreaming about all the clothes that are waiting for me.”

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Fashion And Leather Lift LVMH Amid Covid Woe

French luxury goods giant LVMH said Thursday that a sales rebound in fashion and leather goods had lifted third quarter sales to limit fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic.

LVMH noted a “significant improvement” as fashion and leather limited a fall in revenue to seven percent on an organic basis after the virus had wreaked havoc in the first half of the year.

Sales came in at almost 12 billion euros ($14 billion) for the quarter, above expectations of between 11.7 and 11.4 billion euros.

Fashion and leather sales have soared for LVMH with its brands like Celine Fashion and leather sales have soared for LVMH with its brands like Celine Photo: AFP / Miguel MEDINA

“Since the start of the year, LVMH has demonstrated good resilience in an economic environment severely disrupted by the serious health crisis that led to the suspension of international travel and the closure of the Group’s stores and manufacturing sites in most countries over a period of several months,” the company said in a statement.

“The encouraging signs of recovery observed in June for several of the Group’s activities were confirmed in the third quarter in all regions, notably in the United States, and in Asia, which once again grew over the period.”

Fashion and leather sales rose 12 percent on the third quarter of 2019, in marked contrast to perfumes, watches and jewellery and selective retailing, which all recorded falls.

The world’s leading luxury products group said it recorded revenue of 30.3 billion euros for January-September, down 21 percent.

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