Joining DVA Architects‘ house on Krk Island in Croatia is a brand new summer house from local practise Turato Architecture, the Gumno house.
Following a collaboration with fellow Japanese imprint fragment design, Harajuku’s NEIGHBORHOOD has unveiled their 20th anniversary collection. Drawing inspiration from motorcycle apparel, the collection offers a modern take on streetwear and is comprised of premium outerwear and denim pieces.
There’s no mistaking the iconic Air Max 1 and new variations on the classic are coming thick and fast – although move slow and you’re likely to miss out on some of the best releases.
After offering first looks at the upcoming “Photo Blue” and “Black” colorways of their collaboration with fragment design, as well as a closer look at the “Dark Loden” variation, Nike has unveiled the latest “Obsidian” rendition of the Sock Dart.
KITH reprises one of its favorite collections from one year ago, and adds another chapter to its story with the “New York Natives” collection.
Compton rapper YG has just released the official music video for his latest offering, “2015 Flow.” After having openly vented his frustrations about his Grammy nomination snub, he’s decided to articulate his feelings through this track too.
Following our first look at the new NikeLab ACG collection and then a detailed run through the latest offerings, we present an informative interview with the collection’s head designers. Taking place at Nike’s 1948 location in London, Matthew Millward, senior Sportswear design director, collaborated with Errolson Hugh, co-founder and designer of Acronym, on the design of the new NikeLab ACG collection.
For his Pre-Spring 2015 collection, Rick Owens has produced an array of avant-garde statement pieces that work surprisingly well with simple wardrobe staples.
Nike introduces three new shoe packs for kids with on and off-pitch options inspired by the wildly popular Nike Hypervenom performance boot.
Earl Sweatshirt recently had the opportunity to interview boxing legend Mike Tyson for Citizen of Humanity’s bi-annual cultural magazine.
East Coast retailer Concepts unveils the latest in instalment of their in-house line’s growing selection of apparel, shot on gritty analogue film. Revolving around a no-nonsense selection of streetwear staples, the drop continues Concepts’ already established line of East Coast-leaning streetwear, as puffer jackets and leather outerwear sits alongside button downs and fleece, with what appears to be a forthcoming collaboration with Birkenstock.
Following up a closer look at the “Dark Loden” colorway as well as a first look of the “Photo Blue” rendition, here we have our first look at the “Black” iteration of fragment design’s upcoming collaboration with Nike on the Sock Dart.
John Elliott + Co release a very special capsule collection today, entitled the “Loopwheel” collection.
Announced at CES 2015 in Las Vegas, BMW has officially introduced their fully automated Remote Valet Parking Assistant with a little help from a BMW i3 research vehicle which combines information from the vehicle’s four laser scanners with the digital site plan of a building, for example a multi-storey car park.
Bayern Munich wunderkind Mario Götze is the subject of this latest visual campaign from Beats by Dre, titled “Train Hard.
In October, Nike introduced the first LeBron James diffusion silhouette, aptly titled the LeBron 12 Lifestyle.
At the opening of his latest exhibition, this time in London, U.S. artist Daniel Arsham took time out to explain his fascination with spaces.
Carhartt WIP hits us with a new set of imagery, showcasing the brand’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection.
The newest rung in Nike‘s towering skateboarding ladder is the SB Free. Designer Shawn Carboy has worked alongside pillars in Nike’s skateboarding program including Eric Koston, Paul Rodriguez and now Sean Malto to develop this latest silhouette.
Tokyo based jewelry brand First Arrows, run by silver smith Kazuya Ito, crafts Navajo-inspired rings, pendants, and earrings.