Grab the pizza and get ready to crank up the turtle power with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Fleece Hoodies, featuring everybody’s four favorite heroes in a halfshell who feel the need to wear colorful masks to hide their identities… even though they’re giant, mutated, talking turtles. Sewn with a professional look, with all seams […]
Judge me by my socks do you? These Star Wars Yoda Face Navy and Green Socks will put the Jedi Master on your feet so that you can feel the force flow through you. Your Jedi Master will approve. These socks are officially licensed by Lucasfilm and are one-size-fits-all (up to men’s 12). They are […]
The party-pooper of Tony Stark’s House Party Protocol is revealed with the Iron Man Mark XXXVI Peacemaker Sixth-Scale Figure. Tony has a suit for all occasions and the Mark 36 is designed for controlling riots and keeping the peace. No violence allowed when this armor is on the scene, people, and Stark won’t mind emphasizing […]
Skateboard P's full set from his Made in America performance is now readily available for your personal viewing. Joined by a supporting band, and his cast of "Baes," watch as Pharrell merges old and new material into one entertaining night of smooth rhythm and dancing. Start tapping to his set below, and head over to HYPETRAK for breaking news in music.
Theophilus London has managed to recruit the aid of none other than the legendary Karl Lagerfeld to produce the visuals for his soon to be released album entitled Vibes. Lagerfeld is the project's art director, having shot all images related to the album, including the album sleeve, along with the cover art for "Tribe," the album's lead single. Virgil Abloh has also lent a hand in developing the album's artistic direction, adding yet another accolade to the creative's expanding resume. With the release of his album set for October, "Tribe" will be available for download tomorrow on September 2. Stay tuned for more information via Theophilus London's webpage, and head to HYPETRAK for more music news.
As anticipation builds for the next generation of iPhone devices from Apple, we get a rare first glimpse at the iPhone 6 courtesy of Russian YouTube user, Rozetked. Featuring a 4.7-inch newly remodeled body, the iPhone 6 is placed side-by-side to the iPhone 5s as the camera captures a detailed look at the assembled parts. Also incorporated, is a bigger and thinner overall build, curved edges, and a relocated power button. Set to be officially introduced at Apple's September 9 event with a possible 5.5 inch counterpart in addition to the iWatch, the technology giant already has consumers eagerly looking forward to the next chapter of mobile phones.
L.A.-based artist Matt Story has the unique talent of creating hyper-realistic artworks which capture a moment in time and look as detailed as photographs. Having worked as a technical illustrator and graphic artist in film and television, Story now focuses on his oil paintings, using traditional techniques on canvas to produce the stunning works. Enjoy this selection from his "Water" series and head over to his website to see his city and landscape paintings which are equally as impressive.
Having always championed transparency, Apple has released what will likely be the first in a series of updates centered on providing feedback and support for the average consumer and/or developer. The first post addresses the "top 10 reasons for app rejections" and an accompanying chart graphically distinguishes rejected reasonings. For the reasons included in the top 10 list, the chart visually represents the percentage of apps that fall victim to not fulfilling the specific requirements. Head over to Apple for the full read and share your thoughts regarding the list below.
Grind London presents its latest offerings via this 2014 fall/winter "Not For You" lookbook. The playful collection encompasses a number of tops such as jackets and tees down to legwear. Utilitarian, workwear jackets are paired with tees that incorporate illustrated motifs and patterned button down shirts. Notwithstanding the temperature change in the colder months, we also find a range of basic sweats with contrasting Grind London branding. Scroll through the lookbook and head over to the brand's online store now to purchase the pieces.
Having previously worked together on two different scents, NEIGHBORHOOD and retaW supplement their previous endeavors with a full range of collaborative items for Fall/Winter 2014. The NUMBER ONE* and NUMBER TWO* scent tags are present once again and are joined by a corresponding candle, hand soap, reed diffuser oil, fragrance fabric liquid, and lip balm. The entirety of the co-branded collection is now available at NEIGHBORHOOD dealers.
The Rig Out highlights Reebok with the introduction of this brand new editorial and film. Dubbed "Give Me Your Classics and I'll Show You The Future," the piece looks at the way in which the pioneering brand has shaped modern sportswear, as well as British youth culture, since its evolution out of J.W. Foster and Sons back in 1958. Directed by Antony Crook with cinematography by Lol Crawley and a voiceover from Paul Popplewell, the editorial and video are set in Bolton and Manchester -- the birthplace of Reebook -- and coincide with the upcoming September 4 release of the retrospective Reebok Classics brand book.
Multimillionaire and NBA superfan, James Goldstein joins us for the latest edition of Essentials. In this installment we get a glimpse of his avid interest into the sport and his refined fashion preferences. Frequenting court side seats with his flamboyant sense of style, Goldstein and his signature hat are common sight at big NBA games, with a pass to the Spurs Championship-clinching Game 5 serving as documentation. Sticking to minimal accessories, an Ashley Ashoff scarf is paired next to a rare 1/1 Artya watch, asserting that it's not about the quantity of the pieces you wear, but the quality of the designs. A premium jacket from his own line James Goldstein Couture detailed with his initials "JG" is placed alongside a pair of silver Buscemi 100mm sneakers, capturing the essence of Goldstein's eccentric personality and style. Enjoy Goldstein's Essentials above and stay tuned for the next episode.
Current adidas Originals and Uniqlo cohorts NIGO and Pharell come together under NIGO's HUMAN MADE label for a Fall/Winter 2014 sweatshirt. Available in either grey or blue with a subtly-incorporated HM tag, the crewneck design simply features a caricature of Williams -- complete with his Vivienne Westwood-designed hat -- emblazoned across the front. Fans can find the shirt now at Tokyo's COLD COFFEE in Shibuya for ¥15,800 JPY (approximately $151 USD).
Fans of Nike SB's version of the Lunar Gato will be happy to know that the Swoosh has followed up this summer's World Cup-inspired colorways with yet another clean skate-ready take on the football shoe. Retaining the suede construction that marked past releases, this Fall 2014 drop sees a Sail/Black-Gum Medium Brown-White colorway that couples an off white upper with contrasting black branding, a white midsole, and a gum rubber outsole. Due to soon be available at Nike SB stockists across the globe, the latest Lunar Gato can already by found at Kinetics.
An early '90s classic is due for a return this fall as Nike Sportswear dips into its extensive archives to resurrect the Air Command Force. Worn by hall-of-famer David Robinson and immortalized on the feet of Woody Harrelson in 1992's White Men Can't Jump, this 2014 retro release stays true to the 1991 OG and couples the uber-high ankle support that marked the era with a pump apparatus on the heel and splatter-like detailing along the midsole. Look for this old school relic to drop in White/Black-Wolf Grey-Volt-Vivid Blue and Black/Wolf Grey-Hyper Jade-Hyper Pink colorways -- marked by predominately leather and suede construction, respectively -- at NSW retailers like Tokyo's Kinetics beginning September 20.
Virtually every Apple product release is met with a slew of accompanying third-party accessories developers. Some better than others, the Yohann iPad Stand aims to enter into an elite category with a thoughtfully-designed stand that ensures both great usability as well as design aesthetics. Recognizing the multitude of ways an iPad can be used over, the iPad Stand features three landscape and three portrait viewing positions that can be adapted to any particular user experience. Two material options further enhance the design of the product as it features in either a German/Swiss Alps-made wood finish or an Italian-made lacquer finish. Head over to the Kickstarter to get involved as the project is over 75% funded with 24 days to go.
Fresh from New Balance's Flimby factory comes new Fall 2014 take on the New Balance 1500. Tuned for the season at hand, the English-made runner incorporates hues of black, blue, and orange across a rugged upper of suede, leather, and ripstop nylon. As per usual, an ENCAP sole unit provides the silhouette's cushioning. The M1500RBO is now available via COMMONN for £119 GBP (approximately $198 USD).
Following the release of its latest lookbook, 11 By Boris Bidjan Saberi -- the German-born designer's new diffusion line -- returns with just the second cold weather collection in its brief history. For Fall/Winter 2014, the label sticks to its guns with a range inspired by military ribbons and the medal award realm, while contrasting those distinctive elements with its own signature aesthetic. Pieces of note include removable hooded sweaters in both zip front and pullover styles, tees and sweatpants in tonal geometric prints and a technical jacket with multiple zip pockets and graphic patches. Rounding out the collection, meanwhile, is a re-up of the line's stellar bag partnership with Ortlieb, highlighted by the 3M Velocity Backpack in black and white. Look for 11 By Boris Bidjan Saberi's Fall/Winter 2014 collection now at the HYPEBEAST Store.
Middle Eastern magazine Brownbook presents its special annual fashion publication highlighting Middle Eastern wedding customs and fashion throughout the region and abroad. Aside from celebrating weddings in Morocco, Libya and Niger, topics of particular mention include Palestinian embroidery, Jewish henna and a Muslim wedding in Xinjiang, China. Releasing with a simple indigo cover, the 228-page issue is packed with beautiful photos and hand-drawn illustrations that offer a glimpse into the intricate detail of various wedding costumes. The "Weddings of The Middle East & North Africa" fashion directory is currently available at select shops including Magpile.
For a look at the magazine's previous issue on the region's evolving music scene, check out our post here.