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Los Feliz-based men's luxury footwear label The Generic Man has whipped up a unique collaboration with high-end London department store chain Selfridges & Co, which is set to hit stores (in the UK only, sadly) this month. The collection is called "Sunday Spundae" and is an unexpected salute to the early '90s San Francisco club scene, meaning there is a lot of neon and metallic involved.
Featuring ravey versions of Generic's signature Florentine, Slip-On and Sportsman styles, the eight-piece range offers black and white camo prints, highlighter hues in patent green, yellow and blue, and suede metallic in gold, black and silver. Although these pricey 100% Italian leather kicks honor the hard-partying lifestyle of yesteryear, it might be best to keep them out of the club.
· The Generic Man [Official Site]