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Les Benjamins Takes Us on a Tour of Istanbul’s Coolest Spots

Streetwear brand Les Benjamins is undisputedly leading the charge of the cultural renaissance Turkey is currently enjoying. That surge is largely coming from the country’s most populous city, and is rooted in the myriad of nationalities, cultures and styles that exist in the swirling metropolis between Europe and Asia. Istanbul is a unique city filled […]

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Golden Goose Deluxe Brand Shoots for the Moon with New Capsule Collection

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the luxury Venetian sneaker and apparel label, Golden Goose Deluxe Brand is looking skyward and releasing a moon landing-inspired capsule collection. Utilising a distinctive ‘golden foil’ that’s reminiscent of the thermal fabric used in space missions, the collection will be simultaneously launched in four fashion capitals around the world: Tokyo, Seoul, […]

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TTT_MSW Toys With “Multiverse” And “Work” Themes for Spring/Summer 2018

Up-and-coming Japanese label TTT_MSW recently unveiled its new Spring/Summer 2018 lookbook, which centers around a pair of seemingly unrelated themes. Toying with a “Multiverse” motif, the brand makes creative use of diamond chains aimed to mimic stars, in a sense creating an otherworldly aesthetic. The “Work” concept, on the other hand, highlights garments used by […]

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CGNYs Fall/Winter 2017 Collection Exemplifies Monochromatic Minimalism

With the Fall/Winter 2017 period officially underway, CGNY looks to further build on its foundation of devising minimalist streetwear staples — effectively towing the line between upscale casual and contemporary sophistication. As a follow up from its Beat Generation-influenced spring offering, the NYC-based imprint, this time, centralizes its focus on applying artistic twists on a […]

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Raf Simons’ “Warning Signs” T-Shirt Is the Heart of RSVP Gallery’s New Short Film

RSVP Gallery has put together an intimate short film for Fall/Winter 2017 based around Raf Simons’ “Warning Signs” T-shirt. The visual narrative is inspired by the text on the “Warning Signs” graphic print and tells the story of two young lovers who are “disconnected by the distractions of the contemporary world.” The one-minute film features […]

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New Era and New Balance Pair Headwear and Footwear Details for Fall/Winter 2017

Following its collaboration with Stüssy on the 900v4 sneaker and with Liverpool FC on the “Pitch Black” collection, New Balance has joined forces with New Era on a sleek and monochromatic capsule. The collab features a revamped 574 Sport silhouette wrapped in New Era’s signature wool twill and black leather embellishments. Additional attributes include a […]

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Levi’s “Circles” Conveys A Global Movement of Unity and Individuality

Following the release of its Spring/Summer 2018 collaboration with A-COLD-WALL, Levi’s launches its fifth installment, “Circles,” as part of its “Live in Levi’s” campaign. Teaming up with agency FCB West, the iconic denim brand celebrates individuality and unity via music and dance in the Levi’s jeans. Using dance to illustrate a form of self-expression, the “Circles” […]

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Lee Reimagines Workwear Americana for Fall/Winter 2017

Denim purveyor Lee has recently unveiled new lookbook visuals for its Fall/Winter 2017 collection. In addition to using its signature fabric, the American brand also bring into play such textiles, including corduroy, wool and fleece to construct the seasonal range. Other than its iconic Trucker Jacket, other options, including Chore coats, a shearling vest, quilted […]

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Alex Olson Skate’s Copenhagen While Talking Fashion, Inspirations and Everyday Life

Skate culture is rapidly becoming more and more entangled in the world of fashion and one man that transcends the boundaries between both worlds is legendary-skater-turned-designer Alex Olson, leader of both Bianca Chandôn and Call Me 917. The star of Supreme’s “Cherry” video recently met up with SSENSE in Copenhagen, to talk about fashion’s latest […]

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NIGO Adds Japanese Flair to the IQOS Vaporizer

Philip Morris’ heated cigarette imprint, IQOS, has collaborated with NIGO on a line of goods and accessories. This joint release is part of the IQOS Pathfinder Project, which taps artists to inject their culture into the brand. Adapting traditional Japanese wares to the project, NIGO explains “I wanted to include elements of traditional Japanese crafts […]

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Supreme’s Fall/Winter 2017 Collection Stars in ‘POPEYE’ Magazine’s Latest Editorial

Having just dropped its Scarface-tinged offerings in London, streetwear magnate Supreme is back in the news with a fresh set of visuals by Japanese magazine POPEYE. Lensed by Sandy Kim, the editorial showcases select pieces from the label’s Fall/Winter 2017 collection against various Parisian locales. Key items include a yellow Arabic-script logo hoodie, pink “Fuck You” puffer […]

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‘Friday the 13th’ and The Hundreds Reunite in Time for Halloween

It’s that time of year again. The Hundreds prepares a seasonally-appropriate collaborative capsule with the Friday the 13th film series with plenty of nods to the fan-favorite Jason Voorhees. A decade after its initial collaboration with the franchise, The Hundreds has debuted a new selection of T-shirts, long-sleeves, hoodies and headwear for Halloween 2017, all boasting prominent […]

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OTHER UK’s Fall/Winter 2017 Centers Upon Survival and Rebellion

British menswear imprint OTHER UK has unveiled its collection for the Fall/Winter 2017 season called “Generation O.” Centering upon the theme of survival and rebellion, the cold-season range touts a bevy of graphic outerwear, hoodies, T-shirts, as well as denim jeans crafted in contemporary design cues. Standout pieces include a tonal grey trench coat with […]

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gravis Produces a Moody Lookbook for Fall/Winter 2017 Collection

gravis footwear unveils a new lookbook for its Fall/Winter 2017 selection. Formed in 1998, gravis’s nearly twenty-year history has resulted in a slew of striking footwear designs, including the focus of this lookbook, the Kona. Maintaining a moody atmosphere, the photos highlight the retro runner’s retooled colorways. A tonal navy is seen with a white midsole […]

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KOE x Thom Browne Fall/Winter 2017 Collection

For its third collection together, Japanese brand KOE and Thom Browne have released a plaid-filled seasonal range featuring garments in the classic, minimalistic grey gradient. Titled “Winter Running,” all the new looks combine the use of wool fabric with light polyester for the pursuit of comfort. A unique sportswear “patchwork” is applied on each shoulder […]

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