Japanese sneaker institutions SHOES MASTER and KICKS LAB team up for a celebratory set of Jason Markk‘s premium sneaker cleaning kit.
A unique hotel concept by AllesWirdGut has opened in Vienna’s Prater district, with the Magdas Hotel being both a hotel for tourists as well as offering housing for refugees.
Upon introducing the new Jack Purcell Signature in February of this year, Converse looks to keep the JP spinoffs rolling, here presenting the Jack Purcell Signature Slip.
OFF-WHITE affiliate and All Day art director Othelo Gervacio has commissioned four of his artist friends to design a series of limited edition pins that are to be sold exclusively at The Gift Shop at Red Bull Studios New York.
Perth’s Butter Goods prepares to release its Fall/Winter 2015 drop, showcased in an all-new image set.
A key chapter in Nike’s tennis legacy, the Air Tech Challenge II is back for Spring/Summer 2015 in new colorways.
Another week and we’re back with the highlights from Highsnobiety’s new shopping channel, What Drops Now.
San Fran illustrator-cum-label Benny Gold hooks up with irreverent accessories brand Good Worth for a combination key and bottle opener.
This past week Ollie magazine released their Off-White Spring/Summer 2015 editorial, a 19th-century sea fort was converted into a luxury hotel, Amazon Prime announced they will now deliver to your Audi, and Jay Z’s TIDAL music service showed the first signs of failing. Below you’ll find a roundup of our favorite comments from the week, spanning the aforementioned posts and a few others.
Back for its second instalment, our new weekly ClickPicks feature is here to bring you the very best bits of internet content we’ve clicked on this week.
After months of waiting, this past Thursday was finally the official release date of the Apple Watch around the globe.
Japanese streetwear veterans WTAPS showcase their seasonal wares via the latest issue of GRIND Magazine.
After successfully relaunching the Nike Air Max 93, size? once again delved deep into the Nike archive and this time resurrects the Nike Air Max ’94 OG.
Today we come across a rather cool initiative by Quiksilver Japan and agency TBWA\HAKUHODO. Together the two created the True Wetsuit, a wetsuit that looks like an actual suit.
Yet another new colorway of the NikeLab Sock Dart SP has been previewed over the weekend, after just having shown the grey version of the sneaker earlier.
Brooklyn-based surf shop Pilgrim Surf + Supply has teamed up with Japanese label BEAMS to release a variant of the Vans Slip-On, creating a design derived from the shoe’s iconic checkerboard pattern.
Commune de Paris is pleased to announce the opening of its first flagship store. Once an old butchery, the retail shop is located in the heart of Paris, in Le Marais.
The adidas EQT Racer 2.0 has returned in a “Solar Orange” colorway for Spring 2015. Featuring an open mesh toe panel with cutouts along the molded EVA quarter, ventilation is the shoe’s top priority.
French artist JR was commissioned by The New York Times Magazine to create a large-scale pasting in the triangle located just below New York City’s Flatiron Building.
The UK’s JD Sports is no stranger to its fair share of Nike exclusives, here showcasing one of the latest they have to offer.