Nike Sportswear drops the next colorway in the return of the Air Max 93 with this close-to-OG look in White/Black/Hyper Crimson. The shoe retains the original color block and materials of initial releases from 1993, but adds a new shade of orange for the accenting color. This big bubbled beauty is beginning to arrive now to select Nike Sportswear retailers, including Oneness who has them up for grabs now via phone order.
Iconic British fashion label Paul Smith has teamed up with Anglepoise to present a new adaptation to the classic Type 75 table lamp. Crafted by renown British industrial product designer, Sir Kenneth Grange, the piece features Paul Smith's trademark use of colors -- think shades of grey, olive, yellow and lime -- over a timeless Anglepoise silhouette. The special edition table lamp is now available for pre-orders from Paul Smith for £150 GBP (approximately $250 USD).
Fully embodying its original inspiration, the Air Jordan 14 “Ferrari” is revving its engines for a release this weekend. Taking the Air Jordan 14‘s design inspiration that came from the Ferrari 550M, which was one of Michael Jordan’s favorites, this premium pair of the silhouette matches its aesthetics with its construction. A vivid challenge red upper in inspired suede goes along with a carbon fiber printed midsole, black accents and Ferrari-yellow detailing throughout. Also included is a reflective metallic silver undercarriage to represent the piping of the car. Get an up-close and personal look at this special edition AJ 14 below, and race to get a pair when they drop in limited quantities on September 6th for $200.Air Jordan 14 “Ferrari”
Challenge Red/Black-Vibrant Yellow
Release Date: September 6, 2014
Swedish designer Erïk Bjerkesjö draws inspiration from the competitive sport of swimming for the 2015 spring/summer collection, presented during Fashion Week Stockholm. Bjerkesjö's fresh take on sportswear is a fusion of classic tailoring and swimwear motifs. Classic menswear cuts are contrasted by jerseys and sporty apparels, and paired with a luxurious sneaker range. Adhering to a predominately black and white color scheme, with red and orange pastel-like colors incorporated elsewhere -- outfits are accessorized with swimming caps and goggles in continuation of the line's swimwear incentive. Enjoy the collection here and lookout for the pieces to drop next year via Erïk Bjerkesjö retailers.
Hong Kong artist and LMF bassist Prodip Leung has teamed up with toy manufacturers How2work to release a limited edition sculpture named "Plants of Gods Terrarium." Continuing his longstanding infatuation with extraterrestrial life and aliens, Prodip's latest work sees a Vitruvian man-like figure sat cross-legged under an ornate plant piece. Drawing inspiration from Shiva the Hindu god and other sci-fi motifs, the black sculpture is coated in an option of matte and glossy. Priced at $2800 HKD (approximately $360 USD), the sculpture will be available on September 3 from woaw store, Unity Store and Lane Crawford in a limited quantity of 200. Each purchase will come with a custom designed "Plants of Gods Terrarium" tote bag.
Titled "Within the Bills," Garbstore's Fall/Winter 2014 collection references 17th century England and an area between four churches that was one of the most lawless areas of East London. Inspirations aside, the collection itself is made up from a large variety of Japanese textiles and English knitwear, as well as all-over print suiting, shirts and vests in the brand's signature mix of modern and vintage aesthetics. Standouts from the range include the all-over camouflage patterned Rydal Lodge Suit Jacket and Suit Pants, versatile Tri Saver Vest and the utilitarian Hidden Map Pocket Shirt -- all of which are well-made, seasonal styles that showcase the best of heritage British craftsmanship and contemporary influences. Look for Garbstore's Fall/Winter 2014 new arrivals now at the HYPEBEAST Store.
Since successfully changing gears over half a decade ago, 3sixteen and its denim has defined the brand. It's a known fact that 3sixteen founders Johan Lam and Andrew Chen both respectively have a part in Self Edge -- the denim retailer founded by husband/wife duo of Kiya and Demitra Babzani -- which has made their transition into denim and American contemporary menswear brand, all the more easy.
3sixteen's production has often seen them focus on a domestic story such as Japanese-produced fabrics combining with American craftsmanship. To further expand on their denim collection, the brand's nearing the release stages of their latest effort, the Kibata Jean. Utilizing a 14oz. unsanforized denim (unwashed, shrink-to-fit), the denim's namesake is in reference to the Japanese definition of untreated denim that's left in its true loomstate. The fabric is derived from Okayama, Japan's Kuroki Mills. Over 40 years of technical knowledge and experience in production has gone into making this latest slubby, unwashed fabric that is eventually finished in America. We explored both the production process of the materials and eventually the finalized denim, with a detailed rundown of what makes 3sixteen's latest effort and their denim in general so unique.
Look for 3sixteen's new Kibata jean starting November. It will be available in four different offerings, the SL-100xk, ST-100xk, SL-120xk and ST-120xk. The SL references Straight Leg while ST references Skinny Taper. The SKU designation refers to either Raw Indigo (100xk and indigo with a white weft) or Shadow Selvedge (120xk and indigo with a black weft).1. Custom Woven Denim
The fabric itself should be the first thing any discerning customer pays attention to when examining a pair of jeans in person. All our denim is custom woven to our exact specifications in Okayama, Japan by Kuroki Mills. They have specialized in denim production for over 40 years and are one of only two mills in Japan that does all their indigo dyeing under one roof. It's important to us that the denim we use cannot be found on any other jeans in the world. While many construction details are tried and true and utilized by many brands, we believe our denim is what distinguishes our jeans from the rest.2. Loomstate Fabric
The fabric you’re looking at is our newest development, a 14oz. unsanforized denim that we have coined “kibata” which is the Japanese word for loomstate. This means that the fabric is completely untouched once it comes off the shuttle loom; no additional processing (sanforization, singing, skewing and mercerizing) will be done to the fabric before it is shipped to us. Most denim is sanforized and processed to preshrink the fabric and give it a cleaner, more uniform look; we elected to bypass the processing to allow the fabric to age with more character as it’s worn.3. Loose Weave
Beyond its kibata state, another factor that will affect the way the jean ages over time is how the fabric is woven. We elected to have this fabric woven at low tension on the shuttle loom, which results in denim with a rough hand that shows more irregularities in the weave from the start. The weft yarns tuft through the fabric even in raw state and the loose weave will allow the fabric to fade in an extremely unique way. We expect the fabric to streak vertically and show many complex shades of blue as the denim ages.4. Good-Looking in All Phases
Here’s an example of a worn-in pair of our ST-100x jeans in our flagship 14.5oz raw indigo selvedge denim next to a brand new pair. Most clothing in the world is produced to look its best when brand new. We consider and engineer our jeans to look just as good when they're beat up as when they're new (and every phase in between).5. Heavy Duty Pockets
Most jeans utilize pocket bag fabrics that weigh 3-4oz./square yard. Ours comes in at a whopping 8.3oz - overkill for some perhaps, but we figured that one of the highest stress areas of a jean deserves a beefy fabric that will withstand repeated abuse.6. Selvedge Details
The selvedge detail on the fly isn’t functional nor is it meant to be seen by anyone but the wearer, but we like having it there as a little personal touch. We’ve also added a hidden selvedge detail inside the coin pocket as well.7. Vintage and Contemporary Finishes
All of our hardware is produced by YKK in North America. The washer and burr style rivets that we use allow for a bit of denim to peek through when punched. We contrast the vintage style of the rivets by using a more contemporary gunmetal finish.8. Better Buttons
We've tested several styles of buttons over the years and these are by far the best both in aesthetics and function. We use an open top button with a two-prong backing that prevents button rotation and pull-through. The open top or "donut" style button allows you to easily see that the backing has been fastened securely.9. Tanner Goods Leather Patches
Six years ago, we came across a small Portland-based company making leather goods out of natural tan English Bridle leather, and proceeded to order a belt and a lanyard from them. We loved the quality and story, and reached out to see if they’d be interested in making leather patches for our jeans. We released our first run of jeans in 2008 with Tanner Goods leather patches on them, and they still make them for us to this day. What we love most about the patches is that they age alongside the jeans: as the denim wears out and lightens up over time, the leather patch darkens beautifully and softens up.10. Chain-Stitched Hems
All our jeans feature chain-stitched hems; they’re not any stronger than top-stitched hems, but we like using them because that’s the way vintage jeans used to be hemmed - a nice detail to let customers know that we put thought into every stitch that’s utilized on the jean.
After being shelved for 12 years, adidas will be re-releasing the Predator Mania Instinc LE for the final installment of its limited edition "Revenge Pack" series. First launched in 2002, the Predator famously graced the finest football players at the South Korea/Japan FIFA World Cup. The classic model features a red, black and white leather upper with a plastic heel cup for support along with a Velcro lapel to lock down the laces. Keep an eye out for the limited model to drop at select adidas stockists including Pro-Direct Soccer.
Supreme and Vans team up to bring back the Native American silhouette skate shoe. First introduced in the late '80s, the Vans shoe was distinguished by its durable rubber toe cap and ollie patch and came with the advent of street-style skateboarding. This latest collaborative edition features a premium suede upper matched with a leather lining and insole with simple finishing details such as matching laces and white contrast stitching.
On launch, the updated Native American will be offered in four Supreme-exclusive colorways. Look for them in New York, Los Angeles, London and online on September 4 and in Japan on September 6.
C.E -- also known as Cav Empt -- continues its foray in fashion with another strong release as we're treated to a new video that features the brand's latest offerings. The energetic video is shot in a psychedelic setting and highlights the collection's standout tops and bottoms. The pieces incorporate C.E's signature, unorthodox approach to design with unique graphic placements, while we also see the use of all-over prints elsewhere. Enjoy the video above and head over to the brand's online store now to purchase the collection.
Washing dishes is no fun. If only there were a way to make it more fun and pretend that you are having an adventure in time and space? There is…This Doctor Who Sonic Screwdriver Washing Brush is what you want. Let the Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver get the grime off of those dishes as you scrub […]
The latest name to drop a freestyle for BBC Radio 1's Charlie Sloth show is Detroit-bred Danny Brown. Laying down a series of witty bars over instrumentals to Earl Sweatshirt's "Chum," Drake's "0 to 100," Wiley's "Eskimo," and more, Brown delivers his signature, unorthodox flow with conviction. Although he did have to refer back to his phone to recall some lyrics, the five and half minute clip is an artistic demonstration of his charisma and personality. Enjoy the clip above and head over to HYPETRAK for all things music related.
Whether you are with the dark side or the light side of the force, you will enjoy this Star Wars Lightsaber Polo Shirt. It’s not too dressy and not too casual. This awesome polo features crossed lightsabers, letting everyone know that you like to battle with lightsabers in your spare time…or just like to watch […]
BOMBAY SAPPHIRE® and the RUSH Philanthropic Arts Foundation celebrate the 5-year anniversary of the BOMBAY SAPPHIRE® Artisan Series. Originally conceived by BOMBAY with Russell and Danny Simmons as a platform for yet undiscovered and emerging artists to reach their goals, the competition has grown immensely, racking up over 10,000 visual art submissions and over 211,000 votes since its beginning.
This year's edition looks to be even bigger and you get to help decide which artists win a trip to SCOPE Miami Beach 2014 where they'll get to showcase and sell their work. Not only will the top three there will earn a spot in the "Artisan Series Mural Project" to create a special mural in each of their hometowns, the grand finalist will also get their own solo exhibit at SCOPE New York. To support your favorite artist, vote for them now over at the series website.
With fall approaching, Reebok has unveiled an array of new colorways to its GL 6000 model. Reinterpreting the classic runner in three renditions -- blue/white, grey/navy and beige/red -- the sneakers boast suede and mesh uppers, with perforations allow for ventilation and EVA midsoles provide comfort and cushioning. Classic Reebok branding at the tongue and vamp round out each shoe with a classic finish. Priced at $110 USD, the Reebok 2014 fall GL 6000 collection is now available at select stockists such as Sneaker Politics.
Brooklyn-based Rocksmith unveils its latest capsule due for release this fall. Urban style meets a outdoors-inspired motif and approach to functionality in this collection, whose highlight items include the brand's signature photo-printed jogger pants, distressed denim, anoraks, pullovers, Tees and staple headwear pieces. Of particular mention is Rocksmith's use of a custom geometric camo pattern accented with safety orange while desaturated blues combined with stony shades of grey round out the other side of the capsule's palette. Look for the collection now through select dealers and online through the brand website.
Peel your vegetable the Doctor Who way with this cool Doctor Who Sonic Screwdriver Peeler. The doctor has used the Sonic Screwdriver to get out of all kinds of situations and now you can use it in the kitchen to prepare meals the Timelord way. This tool will geek up your kitchen and have you […]