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A-COLD-WALL* Teases First Original Sneaker Model

First seen at the brand’s recent Spring/Summer 2019 collection, A-COLD-WALL* introduces a new sneaker silhouette. Though Samuel Ross’s label often works with Nike, this is A-COLD-WALL*’s first independent sneaker. Dubbed the “Shard Low,” this sleek “Optic White” silhouette is disrupted by obtuse geometric shapes, crafted from the same calf leather as the shoe’s upper. “ACW” […]

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Iconic David Bowie Portraits Transformed Into Ukiyo-e Artworks

Japanese art collective Ukiyo-e Project teamed up with celebrated photographers, Brian Duffy and Terry O’Neil, on two limited-edition woodblock prints that pay homage to the late David Bowie. From the classical dance-drama of Kabuki to Japanese fashion when he collaborated with Kansai Yamamoto on multiple projects, Bowie had a profound interest in Japanese culture as […]

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‘Fortnite’ Made $100 Million USD on iOS in First Three Months

The massively popular battle-royale title Fortnite is the third most successful mobile launch ever, earning $100 million USD in its first 90 days on Apple’s App Store. According to analytics platform Sensor Tower, the free-to-play game has earned its riches from in-game purchases of cosmetics and battle passes that offer exclusive rewards to unlock. The […]

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PUMA Basketball’s Resurgence Begins with the Clyde Court Disrupt

PUMA announced its returned to the basketball world this week with the signings of Deandre Ayton and Marvin Bagley III. Additionally, those top prospects will be joined by JAY-Z, who has been named president of the line’s operations. Now today, with the goal of melding street-ready style with modern performance technology in mind, PUMA unveils its’ first made-for-hardwood sneaker in […]

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Snow Peak Joins JOURNAL STANDARD for ’90s-Influenced Capsule

Japanese retailer JOURNAL STANDARD joins forces with domestic outdoors experts Snow Peak for a collection of retro-influenced adventure gear. The store’s Relume imprint leans towards comfortable, classic style, which ties in with this drop’s ’90s influence. Vintage Snow Peak branding appears on several tees, while contrasting reds, yellows and blues elevate a small sacoche bag, […]

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9 Drops You Don’t Want to Miss This Week

This week’s drops roundup features Supreme, Cactus Plant Flea Market, adidas Originals by Alexander Wang, Nas’ merch collection from his Nasir album and more. Supreme comes in heavy again this week with two collaborative releases in the form of a special collection with Spitfire, and a two-part footwear release with vans. The number of other […]

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Gary Oldman Voices a Murderous Smart Home A.I. in Netflix’s ‘Tau’ Trailer

There’s another movie about tech and the folly of men and this time, Netflix’s new flick centers around a crazy A.I. controlling a smart house. Tau, from director Federico D’Alessandro, sees It Follows star Maika Monroe as a grifter who gets mixed up with the psychotic Alex (Ed Skrein), who plans to trap her inside his death trap of a […]

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XXXtentacion’s “Sad!” Breaks Spotify’s Single Day Streaming Record

Last month without any notice, Spotify wiped out XXXTentacion’s entire catalog from their database after the company implemented a new “hateful conduct” policy. This eventually led to weeks of public outlash from subscribers and music power-players like Kendrick Lamar who threatened to pull all of his music from the platform. The company would eventually pull […]

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AMBUSH Hits the Beach for Spring/Summer 2019

With co-founder Yoon busy working on Dior Homme’s forthcoming jewelry collection, AMBUSH’s cohesive, succinct Spring/Summer 2019 collection becomes all the more impressive. Drawing inspiration from Hawaii’s Big Island, where Yoon spent her formative years, “WAVES” centers around sunny layering pieces and ocean-ready gear, including a pair of gold and silver branded surfboards. The tropical influence […]

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Anish Kapoor Sues NRA for Copyright Infringement Over ‘Cloud Gate’ Sculpture

Seminal British artist Anish Kapoor is suing the National Rifle Association for spotlighting his Chicago-installed Cloud Gate (2004) sculpture in a promotional video without the artist’s permission. This week, Kapoor issued a copyright infringement lawsuit to the U.S. District Court in Chicago aimed at the gun rights advocate. “These sadly are times in which it […]

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Snapchat Is Launching Its First Docuseries

Snapchat currently has close to 50 shows on its Discover page that includes news and reality series. Now, the social media platform is planning to debut its first docuseries which is slated to air in September. Endless Summer will feature Laguna Beach star Summer McKeen alongside her boyfriend and neighbor Dylan Jordan, with guest appearances from other […]

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Stream MorMor’s New Video-Single, “Waiting On The Warmth”

After capturing the collective attention of wavering indie fans with the release of “Whatever Comes to Mind” back in April, things back been looking up for the Toronto-based crooner. Today, despite having only released three singles, MorMor is continuing to expand his movement with yet another synth-pop summer gem titled, “Waiting On The Warmth.” Accompanied […]

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NOAH Takes Aim at Border Separations With “Free the Children” T-shirt

NOAH continues its run of politically-inspired releases with a new “Free the Children” T-shirt. The tee is a direct response to the current immigration policy that has led to families being separated at the Mexico-U.S. border and children kept in custody. In a statement announcing the release, Brendon Babenzian’s label explained that “What’s being done in our name […]

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