When it comes to making a tangible difference, world-class Skateistan has it down to a science – and in our new short documentary, we’re now giving you an in-depth look into Skateistan and the journey of Daniel, a 25-year-old educator working with the organization.
For around a decade, comedy legend Jerry Seinfeld has stood proudly on the top of the proverbial mountain as the highest-paid comedian in the world, according to Forbes‘ annual list.
Juicy J has finally shared his highly-anticipated collaborative track, “Ballin” featuring Kanye West.
Visit the original post to see all 6 images from this gallery. Nike has another special Air Max sneaker lined up for Canada.
Visit the original post to see all 8 images from this gallery. Early this year, Reebok christened 2016 as the “Year of Court” and set about re-releasing a load of its classic tennis shoes, including the Club C, Phase 1 Pro, NPC, and NPC UK.
As featured in our recent guide to Asian trap, film outlet 88rising has been carving out a name for themselves as tastemakers out east ever since dropping their crazy live video of Desiigner’s “Panda” back in the summer.
Visit the original post to see all 14 images from this gallery. Trying to explain “Aussie Rules” to the uninitiated is a bit like explaining the latest NC-17 horror movie to someone who hasn’t yet seen it: no matter how hard you try, it’s impossible to convey how brutal it really is.
The Weeknd hinted last night on Instagram that he would be sharing the music video for his instant hit-single “Starboy” featuring the inimitable Daft Punk, and that it would be arriving sometime today.
Visit the original post to see all 6 images from this gallery. Female-only sneaker store Naked CPH drops a new editorial with Onitsuka Tiger’s GSM sneaker as the star.
Visit the original post to see all 3 images from this gallery. “When I die bury me inside the Gucci head office,” might not have the same ring to it, nor make any musical sense syllabically, but even still, it’s easy to imagine 2 Chainz being content with the fashion giant’s new Milan HQ as a final resting place such is its unbridled majesty.
Whether it’s Coca-Cola, Yeezy Boost or Beyoncé, it appears that the world can’t quite quench its thirst for American culture.
Fashion week is all Ubers with tinted windows and red carpet treatment for those attending the shows, but, for the photographers on the streets, backstage and sweating it out in the runway pits, it can be much less glamorous.
There are few musicians still able to incite hysteria, but yesterday Drake proved his ability to create an online frenzy with the release of Please Forgive Me, a 23-minute short film soundtracked by seven tracks from Views, his most recent release, as well as a handful of original music from longtime collaborator Noah ’40’ Shebib.
Once widely perceived as little more than Kanye West’s girlfriend (and then ex-girlfriend), Amber Rose has become a fully-fledged, jack-of-all-trades celebrity in her own right.
When Young Thug burst into mainstream consciousness many labeled him a hip-hop purist’s nightmare. His lyrics were garbled, many times they were unintelligible.
As Milan Fashion Week drew to a close, Vogue‘s editorial team penned a roundtable discussion looking back on the week’s events. The industry veterans reflected on the Italian fashion capital’s biggest collections and trends, as you’d expect, but the conversation quickly turned nasty, with barbed words aimed at the many bloggers who attend fashion weeks these days.
Riding high from the universal acclaim and success of this year’s groundbreaking mixtape Coloring Book, Chance The Rapper has been keeping himself busier than a bee.
Does the name Martin Shkreli sound familiar to you? If you’re an avid user of the internet then it probably does, but if you’re struggling to recall why, exactly, let me freshen your memory: Shkreli, a Brooklyn native that made his fortune working for hedge funds and speculating on the stock market, first invaded our conscious minds in May of 2014, when he acquired the rights to Daraprim (a drug used in the treatment of AIDS) and promptly hiked the price up by some 5,500 percent.
Visit the original post to see all 3 images from this gallery. Yohji Yamamoto and Y-3 has been killing it throughout 2016, and the high-fashion collective is showing no signs of slowing down even as the year enters its final stretch.
Visit the original post to see all 18 images from this gallery. For some people, buying clothes isn’t just a periodic activity, but a full-fledged lifestyle that requires trend surveillance, a keen knowledge of the resale market and deep pockets.