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Dolce & Gabbana Admit to Copying Vivienne Westwood

It’s not new to learn that fashion designers often rip off other fashion designers. Well, earlier, Dolce & Gabbana co-founder and co-designer Stefano Gabbana admitted to copying Vivienne Westwood. In a post originally published by Instagram account @whodiditfirst, Dolce & Gabbana’s SEX necklace is compared to Vivienne Westwood’s version from 1989. Gabbana then reposted the […]

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UNDERCOVER Partners With Isetan For the “LOST YOUTH” Pop-up Shop

Jun Takahashi’s UNDERCOVER label has created “LOST YOUTH” collaborative capsule collection in join effort with Japanese department store Isetan, now available at a pop-up space in Isetan’s Shinjuku flagship in Tokyo. Featuring graphic tees, sweatshirts and a coach jacket, the collection is also sold alongside a selection of fringe-decorated pieces from UNDERCOVER’s 2017 Spring/Summer “Portraits in […]

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GLCO Unveils Its 2017 Spring/Summer Collection

Hailing from sunny California, GLCO gives us a look at the frames that form its 2017 Spring/Summer collection for the months ahead. Inspired by the minimalism of Californian artist James Turrell, this collection introduces wire frame and acetate models, clip-ons and folding shades for carrying convenience. Take a look at the collection above and shop the […]

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Index’s Unveils “Calamity” Lookbook for Its 2017 Spring/Summer Capsule 01 Collection

Toronto-based apparel label Index has released its latest collection called Capsule 01. Titled “Calamity,” Index’s latest range features a focus on silhouettes and interchangeability. The up-and-coming brand is all made in Toronto using premium fabric from Japan. Highlights include the Passing jacket and Coupling pant, both available in two neutral colorways. The collection is available […]

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Big Sean Unveils Heavy Video For “Light”

Big Sean has released a powerful new video for his I Decided song “Light.” Featuring Jeremih, the video deals with a heavy subject matter as it confronts the landscape of violence in America. Directed by Lawrence Lamont, the clip sees a child caught in the middle of a gang shootout, black teenagers shot by police […]

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Dickies & Palmer Trading Company’s Latest Lookbook Is Modeled by Immigrant Workers

Designer Willy Chavarria of Palmer Trading Company has once again teamed up with Dickies on a whole new collection for the 2017 spring/summer season. The accompanying lookbook for the warm-season range was captured by photographer Carlos Jaramillo and modeled by immigrant men who work in the kitchens of SoHo’s most exclusive restaurants. When it comes to […]

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The Salvages Channels 80s Post-Punk Style With Its Latest Oversized Military Shirt

E-commerce platform The Salvages releases its latest channeled fashion piece in the form of a woodland camouflage T-shirt. The garment arrives oversized with The Salvages’ “S” logo emblazoned on the left breast while the back receives an extra large hit of the same logo for a bold, prominent statement. Details include an oversized boxy fitting […]

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GRIND Magazine to Open Sneaker Art Exhibit

Japanese men’s fashion magazine GRIND will be opening a pop-up museum called KICKS MUSEUM in Daikanyama, Tokyo on May 10-14. The museum will feature a wide variety of original sneaker models designed by Japanese artists Daisuke Arasaki, Inozuka Keita, Yohei Usami, Lambda Takahashi, Takayuki Tanaka, Masataka Hattori and Ryuta Yamada. In addition to this, the […]

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Kim & Kanye West Officially Launch TheKidsSupply

As promised, Kim and Kanye West officially debuted their line of childrenswear today, TheKidsSupply. The perfect wardrobe for all the #hypebeastkids out there, the range includes everything from the likes of a reversible silk bomber, a camo-emblazoned hoodie, matching sweatpants, and a Calabasas thermal set to track pants, long- and short-sleeved tees, dresses, chokers, and […]

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Heron Preston’s “For You the World” Collection Gets a Release Date

This past January, Heron Preston released the complete set of imagery from his 2017 fall/winter collection titled “For You, The World.” This time around, the New York-based designer took to Instagram to unveil the official release date for the range via a space-inspired video. The long-anticipated assemblage consists of an extensive batch of outerwear and […]

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Check Out Emporio Armani’s 2017 Spring Summer Collection with Photographer Jamie Kendrick

Since being scouted at school, London-born model-turned-photographer Jamie Kendrick knows what it’s like to be on both sides of the camera. From shooting fashion editorials to portraits of musicians, his work focuses on bringing out an unseen side from his subjects. “What I’ve noticed, is people show me something about their personality than they wouldn’t otherwise do,” he […]

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Highlights From the Palace 2017 Summer Drop in London

Palace dropped its highly anticipated 2017 summer collection earlier today in London and the locals came out in full support of the British skateboarding brand. With a selection that featured both graphic-heavy pieces and stripped back offerings with two-tone colorways, T-shirts, jackets and hoodies were shown off in the streets. But the hottest item was […]

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The MET’s COMME des GARÇONS Exhibition has Been 13 Years in the Making

Andrew Bolton, curator of the MET’s “Rei Kawakubo/COMME des GARÇONS: Art of the In-Between” exhibition, revealed that he had been trying to persuade Kawakubo to take part in an exhibition since the pair met in 2003. Speaking at a New York Times-hosted “Times Talks” event that also included COMME des GARÇONS’ CEO and Kawakubo’s husband, […]

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John Elliott & Omnidisc Gear up for a Limited-Edition Capsule Collection

Los Angeles-based designer John Elliott is teaming up with Miami-based record label, Omnidisc and its founder/curator, Danny Daze for a limited-edition capsule line and underground sound-mix. Together the pair has created a collection and mix that fuses music and fashion together; influenced by travel and experience, “Wanderer” is the result of 10 years in the […]

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Martine Rose Discusses Her Label’s Beginnings and Moving out of Obscurity in New Interview

London designer and underground hero Martine Rose opens up about her inspirations, early rave and club culture, the punk movement, music, the extreme forms of individualism that permeate modern arts and culture and more for a new SSENSE feature. “It is arguable whether subcultures really exist anymore, whether they can exist,” Rose tells Edward Paginton. […]

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