Drawing influences from their past, Stussy releases a holiday collection full of the iconic graphics, classic patterns, and silhouettes that helped define their early identity.
Reminiscing on his childhood, Canadian photographer Thomas Dagg has inserted popular elements from the Star Wars franchise into modern urban landscapes by using forced perspective to turn his childhood toys into realistic additions to his black-and-white photos.
Popular photography accessory brand olloclip have released their extremely popular lens system for iPhone 6/6 Plus users.
One of the newer models of Nike SB‘s ever-popular line of footwear, the Project BA is given a fresh colorway for the fall/winter season, with a new iteration sporting a combination of “Anthracite” and (what must be one of the most bizarrely named colors to bless a sneaker) “Dusty Cactus” colors.
Avant-garde American label John Elliott + Co enters the fall/winter season with a 10-piece collection of contemporary menswear dubbed “Shadow.” Sticking to a stark greyscale palette, the designer plays with drapey silhouettes to reinterpret classic menswear pieces, as elongated, uneven-hemmed tees (complete with the designer’s signature side zips) are placed under short, cropped trucker jackets or over long-sleeves.
The latest from accessory imprint Good Worth has arrived in the form of two new lighter cases. Made to fit with a mini Bic lighter, two variations are available, each boasting a different tongue-in-cheek graphic image with branded Good Worth imagery on the reverse.
Nike have a lot to answer for in the world of “technical couture”, having personally contributed advanced fabric technology as well as innovative new styles and designs.
adidas Originals‘ Consortium line has stepped out from the world of footwear and into literature, with the “Quotoole” project celebrating the history of the iconic sportswear brand (don’t worry, there’s a sneaker released too).
Ronnie Fieg and KITH present an excellent culmination of Japanese and American fashion cues in this latest collection alongside Ones Stroke.
Hip-hop publication XXL has rounded up the members of, in 50 Cent‘s words “the ultimate rap crew, or the only rap group in hip-hop culture,” and brought them together for “The G-Unit Reunion.” Bold words indeed but the 25-minute short film reunites the crew for XXL‘s October/November issue, and goes behind-the-scenes at what everyone is up to.
Celebrating their grand opening yesterday, Jordan Heads Brooklyn is a consignment sneaker boutique at 302 Malcolm X Boulevard in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood.
Marcelo Burlon County of Milan is a label with a stronghold in the fashion industry thanks, in part, to Marcelo Burlon’s legions of good-looking friends and family who continue to act as ambassadors for the brand.
Alternative running crews seem to be cropping up left and right. We recently spoke to Charlie Dark of London’s Run Dem Crew and in the past featured a shoot with the Berlin Braves for Lodown magazine. We head further south this time around and meet up with R.A.W.
Back on a solo mission after his collaborative efforts on Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories album, Panda Bear has just dropped the official music video for his latest single, “Mr.
adidas Originals‘ ongoing collaboration with UK pop starlet Rita Ora continues with two sets of sportswear and sneakers dubbed the “Spray” and “Roses” packs.
Nike introduces the latest iteration of their Mercurial Superfly in “Out of this World.” Starring Cristiano Ronaldo, the Real Madrid star makes his way through a stylized sci-fi universe in the Mercurial Superfly CR7. The new boot follows up the Air Max 1 FB “Cristiano Ronaldo” and features the same silhouette as the last iteration with a shimmering upper and is available in both a high- (Superfly) and low-cut (Vapor) version.
The Pe No Monte Rural Tourism site by [i]da arquitectos in Odemira, Portugal sits on a flattened plot of land nestled between areas of high trees and dense vegetation.
Shortly after releasing their holiday footwear offering, San Francisco-based HUF previews their forthcoming apparel collection.
Underground hip-hop lords El-P and Killer Mike release their second album as Run The Jewels, aptly titled RTJ2, for free download.
One of the more surprising sneaker releases to hit the Highsnobiety inbox recently, Nike pay tribute to Real Madrid superstar (and currently the world’s highest paid footballer) Cristiano Ronaldo with a special edition of their Air Max 1 Mid.