Designer Imposters

The latest from New York label Yoko Devereaux's Blue Boy Etiquette line uses meta-design to critique the Targetization of our lives. Subversive styles include "Wall Art" (pictured here), a black on white splattered H&Mass Market, and a repeating blue Kmart logo with beige paint drips that comment on the ways designers like Isaac Mizrahi, Todd Oldham, and Karl Lagerfeld's designs for mainstream stores blurs the …

Nom de Guerre

New York art and fashion collective Nom de Guerre launched its new site just days ago in preparation for the release of its Fall/Winter '05 collection. Their first-ever foray into menswear will feature what the company calls "utilitarian luxury-basics," fashionably simple shirts, sweaters, scarves, and slacks. The subculture-obsessed group, whose flagship Manhattan store is a former Black Panthers hideaway, will be opening up shop in …

adidas ToGo + Design Hotels

Starting next month, a unique marriage of footwear and hotels makes adidas' new ToGo series available exclusively for a period of two months at eleven selected Design Hotels lodgings in Europe and the Americas. Crafted from foot-molding neoprene and easily foldable, two styles, one each for men and women, are well-suited to travelers and will be sold through the concierges of hotels like the Townhouse …