Brooklyn-born reflective apparel pioneer ICNY launches its Fall/Winter 2014 collection featuring new fabrics, styles, and design elements.
Canadian sneaker retailer Livestock, having just opened doors to an impressive new space in Vancouver, are set to launch their own in-house label dubbed “Illustrated Example”.
Long time Victoria’s Secret photographer Russell James is set to release a hardback book, titled Angels, featuring stark black and white nude photographs of the brand’s staple of stunning models, including Karlie Kloss, Adriana Lima, Gisele Bundchen, and Alessandra Ambrosio.
Dubbed the perfect choice of footwear for whatever terrain or activity presents itself on a given day, Nike presents their new Zoom Hypercross Trainer.
Just last week Apple announced the release of its much-anticipated Apple Watch, and since there has been a stream of updates regarding its particular features, such as its unique health and fitness apps.
While the grass pitches of the Brazilian World Cup were dominated by football (or soccer for those across the Atlantic) players donning Nike’s Mercurial boot, Nike had a trick up their sleeve for those who prefer the harder surfaces of indoor courts, paved streets or artificial turfs.
Moments is a minimalistic new photo diary app for your iPhone. It’s a new take on photo storage which has previously been most associated with apps such as Instagram and Facebook, whereby your images are given filters, shared and tagged in order for members of your social network to be able to access them too.
VCTRY, a sportswear-inspired group from 10.Deep, is set to hit shelves for fall/winter 2014. International motifs run through the entirety of this latest lookbook, with overtones of classic streetwear coming to the forefront.
Yup, you read that right – fledgling Aussie skate label Butter Goods are set to drop their Spring 2014 collection in September (the seasons are opposite on the other side of the equator, remember?
Today Palace Skateboards took the wraps off its latest video, titled “Endless Bummer.” Arriving in typical VHS-inspired fashion, you may think you’re viewing something the mid-’90s.
There’s no denying how much impact the military has had on fashion. Staple pieces in every man’s wardrobe operate with a battle-tested reliability, thus making certain items quite timeless.
On top of his highly anticipated upcoming collaboration with H&M, Alexander Wang took center stage at New York Fashion Week with his Spring/Summer 2015 collection.
Once again Nike presents an Air Force 1, its iconic 1982 born basketball shoe, inspired by the Mowabb silhouette from its ACG line.
The diffusion line from Damir Doma, SILENT by Damir Doma, has just released a video lookbook for their Fall/Winter 2014 collection.
One of the most powerful couples in the world, both musically and elsewhere, Jay Z and Beyoncé have fired up the rumor mill that they’re currently working on a collaborative album.
Next up for our ongoing Sneaker Rotation segment is Tom Kilbey, former Portsmouth F.C. footballer, current TV personality and founder of MERGe London.
Pole dancing has long been known as the focus of male attention in many a rap and hip-hop video – as well as real life, of course.
During the World Cup, we imagined what football jerseys would look like if they were designed by famous fashion designers.
The next round of collaborative Air Force 1s is set to drop from Nike and Riccardo Tisci. Following up on the white and black colorways respectively, the third and final release entails a new mock-up, dominated by a tan upper with monochromatic hits of grey and black.
Australian-based purveyors of luxurious footwear, FEIT, have just added another more casual style to their catalog.