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Release Info For The Nike Kobe A.D. Black Mamba

Kobe Bryant’s nickname, “Black Mamba,” inspires the next iteration of his post retirement sneaker with the Nike Kobe A.D. Simply covered in a blacked-out finish, the model emits a stealthy vibe that is only contrasted with a hint of red applied on the insoles and heel displaying the Kobe logos. Featuring breathable mesh with tonal […]

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Butter Goods Collaborates With Labor on a New Capsule Collection

Australia’s Butter Goods and New York skate shop Labor, stockist of brands such as Palace and Know Wave, have collaborated for a new capsule collection. The collaboration features key staples such as 6-panel caps and T-shirts in a variety of different colorways, as well as a black hip pack that will be available exclusively through the two stores. Every piece […]

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Check out Justin Bieber’s Leaked Tour Rider

Canadian superstar Justin Bieber has had his fair share of negative press and has been ousted for his diva-like attitude in the past. Well now the Biebs has another reason for the public to go crazy over: his leaked tour rider. Currently on the road for his ‘Purpose’ tour, Bieber’s demands for his May 10 […]

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Adam Lister Creates a Nostalgic 8-Bit “Kids Collection”

New York-based artist Adam Lister is widely-known for reimagining famous artworks and pop culture characters with his watercolor paintings, mimicking 8-bit color graphics normally found in retro/classic video games. Releasing today, Lister has created a limited-edition set of prints titled “Kids Collection,” designed to help children learn about and develop an appreciation for collecting artworks; […]

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Spotlight: [NOTHING]

Origins [NOTHING] is a young UK-based brand that creates clothing that would commonly be described as streetwear. It was founded by Jai Eleven in 2014. “I made it whilst I was still in sixth form [college],” says Eleven. “I was angry at the products that the people around me were wearing so I decided to […]

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The Common-Folk Looks to ’90s Sportswear for Its 2017 Spring/Summer Collection

For the 2017 spring/summer season, The Common-Folk turn the page back on the ‘90s in a nostalgic reinterpretation of the decade’s sportswear scene and the commercialization of the culture. Titled “THERE IS NO “I” IN SPORTS,” the Toronto-based imprint combine asian-inspired silhouettes and classic sporting pieces with contemporary design cues placed noticeably throughout. Oversized camo-printed […]

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