Supreme’s new video has been garnering a lot of attention and rightfully so as they’ve gotten Katt Williams to star in it. Williams is seen in a Tekashi 6ix9ine rainbow hair unit, two-piece suit and a Supreme box logo t-shirt. The spot is close to seven minutes long and lets the legendary comedian shine in his natural element as he talks about current events.
Williams touches on the president’s inability to run the country, Black Lives Matter and the COVID-19 pandemic. Things get more intense when discussing the George Floyd murder at the hands of Minneapolis police and the civil unrest it has caused. Check out the video above.
Swatch has now released some info involving the new additions to their Big Bold line of products. This drop will include three new watch designs that have officially released now.
The Swatch x BAPE collaboration puts the spotlight on the Tokyo White Multi Camo, the Tokyo Black Multi Camo and the Tokyo Gray Multi Camo. Each watch features bright and bold colors, off set by the large face that is sure to capture the lighting in any setting.
The watches have “Tokyo” inscribed in the bezel and loops that pay homage to BAPE’s birth city. BAPE’s iconic camo print will also make up the packaging of the watches that surround a hard case box.
The Swatch x BAPE collaborative collection is available now in-stores and online.
Prada celebrates Chinese Valentine’s Day with a nice capsule collection composed of bucket hats, the Re-Edition bag, plus more.
This drop has items in the unisex range, designed by Miuccia Prada. Prada showcases pastel hues that prime you for the hot summer weather like blue, yellow, pink, white and turquoise. The Re-Edition bag comes in a pastel pink and features Prada’s signature branding like the triangular plaque and metal chain.
Rounding out the collection are mini arm bags, a side bag as well as the standout item, the bucket hat which feature more Prada branding. Check out Prada’s Chinese Valentine’s Day capsule collection in the gallery above, and purchasing options can be found at select stores and on Prada’s website.
Known for taking regular items and giving them a luxury aesthetic (a Paper Clip Pendant Necklace), Off-White™ has now designed a key-shaped earring which makes you wonder if Janet Jackson was the inspiration as she made the look famous.
This ordinary household item-turned luxury fashion piece makes a statement, featuring a single hoop design made of silver. The textured key pendant is looped by the thick hoop portion which is engraved with Off-White™ branding.
Priced at $245 USD, the Off-White™ Key Earring can now be purchased at Harvey Nichols.
Gabriel Dishaw gives us a look at what he’s been crafting, adding a touch of luxury to some of the biggest items and merchandise in pop culture.
The Indianapolis-based upcycle artist repurposes Star Wars helmets and other pieces by adding Louis Vuitton Monogram canvas to them. Such items involved in the creative process include helmets of Captain Phasma, the Mandalorian, the Armorer and the one and only Darth Vader. Other items included in this series is R2-D2 and the AT-AT which both feature canvas made from vintage Louis Vuitton luggage as well as reused wires and metal hardware.
mindseeker joins forces with BBC/ICECREAM for a collaborative collection that merges the two unique styles into one cohesive capsule.
One of the standout pieces from this collection is arguably the varsity jacket, featuring brown calf leather on the sleeves and the words “Be Yourself Only For Yourself” on the right chest. mindseeker branding can also be found on the jacket followed by an over-exaggerated “$” symbol on the back. A palette of grey and black seems to be the colorway of choice as these hues can be found on Hoodies, T-shirts and track pants.
If you’re looking to purchase Supreme items at a discounted rate, now is your chance as the New York-based skate brand is holding a sale online. This is definitely far from the normal procedures from the label, in fact, the last time we saw a sale of this magnitude was back in 2014.
In this sale you will find a selection of shirts, underwear, socks, jackets, bags and more. Items mentioned are even 50% off while supplies last. Supreme has been in the headlines as of late with the subject being the closing of some of its stores so this latest move could be closely related to the circumstances.
Sportswear designer Eric Emanuel and Reebok collide to introduce the Allen Iverson pink toe Question Mid.
This shoe is made out of white tumbled leather while infusing hits of pink on the iconic toe area, heal and Reebok logo. Emanuel personally chose the pink hue stating “Oftentimes the color pink is left out of the conversation of sport, so I have always tried to introduce it.” The subtle touches of royal blue makes the pink pop on the mid foot, eyelets and logo as well.
To say Balenciaga‘s Speed Trainer was a success would definitely be an understatement. The popular silhouette has found a way to penetrate mainstream fashion and is even referenced in Cardi B’s “I Like It.” Now, the fashion house introduces an upgraded version with the Speed 2.0.
Demna Gvasalia designed the Balenciaga Speed 2.0 which doesn’t stray too far away from the aesthetic of the first model. The silhouette still keeps its 3D-knitted sock upper as well as the sole but this time around, comfort and flexibility are at the forefront.
An more defined molded sole enhances the overall unit to provide better agility without sacrificing its strength. The Speed 2.0 also features five segments in the sole which adds more support to each part of the foot as opposed to just one-piece from the previous model.
Colorways for the new Balenciaga Speed 2.0 can be found in triple black, gray, tan and black-and-white. Head over to Balenciaga’s online shop and in select retailers to purchase. Prices range from $825 USD to $895 USD.
The Air Dior capsule is what you get when you combine luxurious style with a lifestyle sports brand that has transcended the culture for over 30 years.
Checkout a behind-the-scenes look the making of the sought after collection that is the creation of Dior Men’s director Kim Jones, Dior Men’s lead footwear designer Thibo Denis and Jordan Brand VP of Design Martin Lotti.