In the ever mutating world of street fashion, music and culture, one brand has had a lock on the scene since its inception in the early 80s. Shawn Stussy’s iconic signature has somehow kept its cool for over thirty years – an amazing feat in these the ficklest of times. Over that period the brand has stamped its name on a consistently stellar lineup of sneaker collabs. Thanks to Cologne’s Sneaker Museum we can now sample a wide variety of these gems under the one roof. Seems like every A-grade sneaker brand has at some point found its way into the Stussy Tribe: Vans, ProKEDS and New Balance are all represented. So too is Nike, with whom Stussy has struck the bulk of their stone cold classics. Court Forces, Dunks galore, Frees and obscure gems like the lime and mandarin Huarache Lights are all here, as are rare three-way jams like the Neighborhood Boneyards Terminators and their ménage à trios with UNDFTD and Mad Hectic. If you’re in Cologne drop by the Sneaker Museum to see it all in for yourself.