Publish Brand Summer Boardshorts – Surf brands aren’t the only ones that can do boardshorts right. Five years ago, swimwear was relegated to big, bold, tacky designs from a handful of brands, but brands such as Publish take inspiration from the ’90s to create a minimal and simple look. The Andersen, Silas, and Weaver are […]
“While the Dilla beat lingers in a hazy, boom bap trance, Via’s voice is supple and velvety, harmonizing and ruminating on something that worries a lot of us…” Tara brings us Chicago’s latest vibes in this week’s SoundCloud-curated playlist.
Hypebeast Magazine Issue 14 – As Hypebeast prepares for an IPO, offer discounts in their store, and report fashion news, they are also in the business of print. For Issue 14, they line-up an interview with John Mayer and talk everything from Rolex Submariner’s to his dedication to Japanese fashion. The Artisanal Issue also speaks […]
Supreme x Nike – If the early ’90s were the heyday of basketball shoes, then the latter of that decade was when the runner shined. Nike led the pack with their full-length Air sole, and the Air Max 98 is a relic of that time. Supreme brings back the popular runner for Spring 2016 in […]
Hip-hop has never had a problem with articulating & impacting social injustice in this country. To remind ourselves of just how much rap will forever have a stake in politics, here’s 5 tracks by the likes of YG & Nipsey and Vince Staples.
“Those observations make me question myself and the issues we have here, and that’s when the art starts.” How Brazilian culture and its perception of graffiti has affected artist Finok’s art and career.
The first podcast following creatives, Adventures in Design, sits down with Bobby to hear his narrative: his first punk rock show, transitioning from zines to blogging, and why leaving a legacy matters.
“I started in this industry when brands… pushed culture before anything.” Find out how this new streetwear capsule intimately connects with personal identity and cultural history in a way we’ve never seen before.
Undefeated x Nike – Undefeated and Nike will be dropping their much-anticipated premium Dunk High this weekend, and along for the ride is a collection of athletic sportswear. The Dunk Lux will drop alongside a hoodie, crew-neck pullover, and two Dri-Fit T-shirts. The small capsule collection will be co-branded with the Nike Swoosh and Undefeated […]
Regardless of its medicinal properties, cannabis has become a subculture championed by skate and beloved by streetwear. Here’s our favorite marijuana-themed streetwear and sneaker collaborations, including Supreme, The Hundreds, TRUE, and more.
We’re stoked to present another round of our free monthly party/show, SPITSET—going down next Tuesday, April 26. Performances by Remy Banks, Hugh Augustine, and Theo Martins. 21+, free Sapporo, RSVP inside.
LXRD KNOWS – LXRD KNOWS brings a fervor that many find missing in the current streetwear scene. The brand comes straight out of Portland with an authentic view of street politics, with their latest lookbook UNLAWFULACTS PT.2 evoking a grimy perspective that’s honest and unique. Source: LXRD KNOWS OTH x JFK - Off The Hook (OTH), […]
“You really have to pay attention to who you are. That leads to honesty about what you’re doing.” An in-depth interview with Tristan Eaton about how every part of his life’s journey led him to where he is today.
Futura for Motorola – The Moto X Pure may lack the luster of the Samsung S7 or the glam of an iPhone, but it does have Futura up its sleeve. The legendary graffiti artist has been tapped to customize 30 flagship Motorola smartphones. Each one is hand painted by Futura and will feature his signature […]
“It was about pushing myself and the work that I wanted to do for my future.” Artist Scott Patt painted everyday for his yearlong project “Bigger. Smaller. Funnier.,” finishing 369 individual pieces of work that touch upon the human condition.
The Smithsonian just acquired a collection of photos featuring the likes of hip-hop titans like Jay Z, Grandmaster Flash, Queen Latifah, and Eazy-E as they built their legacy, long before the major label hip-hop crossover.
Vetements Snoop Dogg – If you’re down to pay $300 for a DHL shirt, then you’re going to love what’s next from Vetements. The Gvasalias’ luxury streetwear brand reappropriated Snoop Dogg merchandise from 1993. The T-shirts look eerily familiar to pieces from the Beware of Dogg tour and features the Long Beach rapper’s mug printed across […]
Atlanta’s genre-bending and shape-shifting musical landscape has very few trailblazers that have made a mark like Young Thug. If you’ve been sleeping, we’ve done you a favor: here’s 15 essential songs that prove his talent.
adidas Busenitz Pro Pure Boost – One of the best silhouettes that is benefiting from the adidas Boost sole has been the Busenitz Pro. This soccer-inspired skate shoe has a sleek classic sneaker look that is accented by an extended tongue and a thick Boost sole. The latest colorway arrives in a fresh white and […]
For this inaugural edition of “Through the Viewfinder,” we take a look at some iconic street photographs taken by Travis Jensen, featuring SF’s yet-to-be gentrified Excelsior District, a riot, and street absurdities.
Kershaw Launch 4 – For those of you that love knives and live in California, then you—regrettably—know that automatic knives with a spring mechanism are largely illegal. I mean largely because most spring-assisted blades on the market have a blade over 2-inches and prevent their sale in California. Most makers don’t want to make a […]
Holy shit though. The moment the world stops revolving around The Force Awakens, the studios that brought you your childhood strategically drop a very first look at the upcoming Rogue One: A Star Wars Story spinoff (prequel?). From director Gareth Edwards (Godzilla, Monsters [watch Monsters tonight]) and the writers of movies like After Earth, The Book of Eli, Antz, The […]
LIFUL x Peanuts – Snoopy and the gang head to Korea for a new project with LIFUL. The Korea-based streetwear brand incorporates the colorful characters across a score of merchandise that start with graphic T-shirts and hoodies and quickly move on to satin souvenir jackets. There are also accessories such as the season quintessential dad […]
“…It was just more than me at the time. We all wanted to change our lives.” Nessly shares how he almost deleted a song that later got the OVO cosign, the moment he decided to take music seriously, and why longevity is his end goal.
“My sound is what I call the ‘new age afrobeats’… It’s creating our indigenous sound with an international audience in mind.” We interview rising Nigerian afrobeats producer KIDDOMINANT, who’s worked with the likes of Orezi and Davido.
“The barriers between speech or lingo that we may not understand as Americans were momentarily squandered as the crowd assimilated to be accepted by Stormzy…” Charlie Kane reviews Stormzy live at the Echoplex.
“I think the people with the courage to do something new, they are the ones who will succeed.” Agenda Emerge highlights the Vice President of Global Design at adidas Originals, Nic Galway, in their latest series.
We’re proud to announce the release of The Hundreds Spring 2016 RFN collection, a small limited edition capsule of T-shirts designed by Bobby Hundrds, available at The Hundreds’ flagship locations, select retailers, and in the Online Shop today, March 31st.
“If I was a rapper, the first exhibition was my 5 track EP—Replica is my album.” Design Butler discusses his progression as an artist and designer in the midst of his second immersive solo exhibit Replica.
“In lieu of waiting in lines and sitting with a mass of peasants, Screening Room offers hardware that can bring new releases exclusively into your own home.” Streetwear, Tech, and more updates from our very own Peter Yeh.
There’s much to learn about humanity from Woodrow White’s paintings. Through a kitschy backdrop of movie sets and museums, he uses humor to reveal the insecurity, vanity, & illusions behind image-making.
Tesla Model 3 – This is a huge step forward in automobiles. The Tesla Roadster, S, and X have been a pipe dream to most of those who care about the environment because of the price tag, and Elon Musk has made zero emissions possible for the public. The latest from Tesla is the Model […]
In this edition of #TBT, we return to an article we published last year around Air Max Day in which Maarten examines an era when a powerful subculture known as Gabbers embraced the less popular Air Max BW.
Saturdays NYC x Everlast – No one really believed that a surf store in the middle of New York city could work, but it took only a few seasons for Saturdays of NYC to have the yuppy skater market locked. For their latest project, the brand teams up with Bronx-born Everlast. The sporting company is […]
“I have to say one thing is really lacking… when will we get rid of laces on sneakers? It’s so medieval.” Artist and footwear designer Louis-Martin Tremblay on sustainable fashion, the future of footwear design, and what’s next.
Leica Classic M Frankfurt – Leica knows how to drum up attention and all eyes are on their latest exclusive. The classic M body is dressed up in a beautiful bluish gray for their Frankfurt store. Only 50 pieces have been produced and will arrive in a special set that includes the prized Summilux 50mm f/1.4, […]
After our in-depth conversation with Hamilton Harris about the Kids documentary that he’s working on—20 years after starring in it himself—we followed up to get an insider’s perspective on what it was like working on the original film.
ACRONYM x NEMEN – ACRONYM departs from the monochromatic theme to deliver a splash of color with their latest NEMEN collaboration. Known for their premium Italian-made textiles, NEMEN offers up a high-end gradient print for ACRONYM’s J28-K. The technical jacket is finished with a Japanese membrane and uses a unique dying process that gives each […]
“Innanet James’ voice is unadorned and magnetic, almost as if he casually read his lyrics from a piece of paper and recorded it all in one go.” Tara enlightens us with 10 curated tracks to keep us vibing through the weekend.
Self-taught artist Mariella Angela has been painting evocative, realistic portraits of her favorite hip-hop icons ever since she first painted Tyler, the Creator in a goblin mask as a birthday gift to him.
fragment design for Converse – With Nike’s purchase of Converse, it means the venerable brand gets access to Nike’s all star collaborators. Hiroshi Fujiwara is teaming up with Converse again for the One Star and offers up a special fragment design collection. The collection will be part of the exclusive First String collection and will […]