Drawing inspiration from jockeys on the track and the equestrian sport of horse racing, Canadian luggage label Herschel Supply Co. has released its 2014 fall/winter Studio collection. Consisting of nine pieces, the collection pays tribute to the sport via prestigious colors and the use of antique brass hardware and saddle leather straps in its own designs. Crafted from durable cotton canvas at its core, check out the brand's trademark silhouettes here -- such as the Survey, Heritage, Heritage Mid, Little America and Brohm -- and look for it at selected stores worldwide.
Remember those crazy rocks that were mysteriously sliding along the Death Valley floor when no one was watching? Someone finally caught the stones in action and we finally know what is making them move. Three scientists slapped 15 GPS-loaded rocks onto the Racetrack Playa and after a lot of patience, they discovered that a little bit of water, ice, wind, and a very precise set of circumstances is all it takes to get the stones moving.Missing Attachment Missing Attachment Missing Attachment
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Slimer has quite the appetite but he appears to reach a whole new level of hungry with the Ghostbusters Slimer Headpiece Mask because it looks like you’re trying to avoid being eaten by the slimy little green blob. Complete with detailed paintjob, wrinkles, and little arms, the mask is designed to reveal your face from […]
Here's a look at Joe Hahn's feature-length directorial debut for the film MALL, based on a novel of the same name written by Eric Bogosian. Linkin Park's turntablist has a portfolio of successful music videos and short films under his belt, including the videos for "Numb," "What I've Done" and "New Divide" -- which has over 150 million views on YouTube. Coinciding with the build up to the film's release, Hahn is curating an art show bringing together various artists that have reinterpreted the film's themes and creative direction in art form. Check out the trailer above and if you're in LA visit the exhibition at the Known Gallery from September 25 to October 17.
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New Black, the Stockholm-based streetwear label, is returning with another sports and hip hop-driven collection for this upcoming Fall season. Centered on the concept of "The Uniform," New Black's latest collection endorses functional street gear by combining classic aesthetics and identifiable cultural references with casual pieces. Highlights from its lookbook, shot on location at an abandoned industrial street in Rågsved, Stockholm, include Indonesian camouflage, Greek tribal patterns, and baseball and American football-inspired prints. Familiarize yourself with the lookbook, and shop the collection, which is available now at select retailers such as SneakerNStuff, Caliroots, Colette and BSTN.
ALIFE Sessions debuted in 2012 as a series of private events in its now legendary courtyard at the back of its New York flagship. Never short of a stunning lineup, the likes of Drake, Cypress Hill, Nas and King Krule have taken stage at the courtyard. Last Saturday, Alife Sessions expanded its foray to London where Raekwon performed alongside local selectors Oneman and Chris P Cuts. Hyping a ruckus crowd of 300 with tributes to ODB and timeless classics, the session was another celebrated hallmark in ALIFE history. Following the event, ALIFE teamed up with Footpatrol and Gimme 5 to produce limited runs of Raekwon x ALIFE Sessions T-shirts. Check out a preview here and look for the tee at Foot Patrol London and ALIFE New York.