Kinfolk mastermind JAPAN and COMME des GARCONS have teamed up once again for a small trickle of collaborative product available exclusively to Dover Street Market.
Over the last couple of days electronic music producer and DJ Skrillex has released the official visuals for his track “Fuck That.” He worked with one of our favorite directors on the visual treatment.
Seven days later and we’re back with the highlights from What Drops Now, Highsnobiety’s curated shopping platform that brings together the best from streetwear, fashion, sneakers and lifestyle products and houses them in one easy to use platform.
Far From Home: Uganda to the Tetons follows Brolin Mawejje on his quest to become Uganda’s – and Africa’s – first Olympic snowboarder.
Lily Aldridge appears in the November issue of British GQ, shot by frequent Treats! magazine photographer David Bellemere.
OAMC may only be relatively new but it’s already carving a strong niche in the scene. Launched by Carhartt WIP’s former Creative Director Arnaud Faeh, OAMC showcases a range of upscale garms reinterpreted with a fresh perspective.
The first drop to come via our partnership with Foot Locker’s “Week of Greatness” is the adidas Originals ZX Flux “Neutron.” The German athletic giant’s signature silhouette is given a vibrant makeover with three new electric colorways in blue, black and white topped off with electric neuron detail.
Shot by photographer Bobby Whigham, Philadelphia-based brand The Decades introduces their Fall/Winter 2014 “Homefield” collection.
SUPRA follows up the presentation of their “Hunger Games” pack with another sneaker created especially for Black Friday.
Although the product placement in Big Sean’s video for “IDFWU” might have you think otherwise, Beats by Dre aren’t the only headphones on the market.
adidas Originals presents a deconstructed, pared back iteration of their Veritas mid-top sneaker, executed with two-tone woven mesh uppers offset by white EVA midsoles.
Portland-based sportswear giant Nike has released a red-hot colorway of their often-overlooked Air Flight 89 silhouette.
Following up last week’s inaugural roundup of the 10 best Snobshots of the week, we continue the series with our second installment. For those unaware, Snobshots is our global street style page, highlighting the best of user-submitted images.
Supreme tends to work long-term with a selct number of partners. As such you see seasonal collaborations with Nike, Vans, Schott NYC, The North Face, as well as Timberland.
Over this past week we’ve already seen the first snows of the season in some of the more Northern cities in the world, so what better week to highlight a bit of Canadiana and cold weather gear, amongst other great content.
Following the brand’s three-part Summer 2014 installation, new men’s contemporary streetwear brand Tackma releases their inaugural winter collection entitled “Ruling Forces.” Inspired by military and aviation fashion, the rebellious dual collection is designed by Ed Givens and Allan Francisco, who together create a twist on classic silhouettes that push the boundaries of menswear through signature tailoring, and custom-made accents.
Shortly after releasing two songs, in the lead-up of her self titled album, Beyoncé presents a visual for her brand new track “7/11.” Once again nobody knew it was coming and rather than presenting a video that looks like a professional film production, the singer decided to go with a more grass-routes approach.
Portland-based sportswear behemoth Nike has released an outstanding new leather and suede colorway for their popular Roshe Run silhouette.
Aptly named “Books Banks College,” as a play on the BBC acronym, the Holiday 2014 collection showcases a collegiate-inspired aesthetic.
Fledgling German accessory brand PB 0110 introduces the AB3 and AB18 as part of the ongoing Fall/Winter 2014 season.