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  2. At the beginning of this month, YoungBoy Never Broke Again -- the artist formerly known as NBA Youngboy -- made an impact by dropping his anticipated first post-prison project. Known as A.I. Youngboy, the tape was a full-length effort comprised of 15 new records; the list of guest contributors was kept lean, with Yo Gotti and Peewee Longway included as the only featured artists. YoungBoy originally supported the project by cooking up a video for A.I. Youngboy cut "No Smoke," and now he's back with a new visual for another one of the tape's standout tracks. Placing the focus on one of the project's pair of collaborative songs, the fast-rising Louisiana up-and-comer reconnects with Peewee Longway for the official clip for "Wat Chu Gone Do." Considering Peewee Longway's spot at the top of the trap-rap food chain, it makes sense that YounGboy serves up something for the streets by supporting his track with the aforementioned ATLien with a special visual. Along with this new release, Peewee Longway also dropped a new project of his own last week. You can check out the video for YoungBoy Never Broke Again and Peewee Longway's "Wat Chu Gone Do" collaboration above. Read more at Hypebeast.com View the full article
  3. For those Givenchy fans currently residing in Japan, the high-end French fashion house -- now creatively led by Clare Waight Keller -- has planned a special event for you. A couple months after the June showcase of the world-renowned brand's 2018 pre-spring offerings, Givenchy has revealed plans for a Japan pop-up shop to commemorate and market its new "Essentials" capsule. Set to take place -- for a limited time -- exclusively at the luxury label's Isetan Shinjuku and Hankyu Umida stores, the two new Givenchy pop-up locales will offer an array of selections from the "Essentials" fall collection. The retail event will go down at the beginning of next month, and you can learn more about the September festivities here. Earlier this month, Givenchy was recognized as one of the fashion world's "hottest brands." In recent months, the brand has also brought back its famed "shark motif" and expanded its foray into formalwear with a special 2017 fall tuxedo capsule collection. For 2017, Givenchy also plans to make its mark on children's clothing. Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com View the full article
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  8. Art has a way of resurfacing in the most unpredictable occasions. For example, Banksy's decades-old stencil artwork of a cop snorting coke—that was thought to have been lost forever—was discovered by two business owners in England this past weekend. Jeff Koons' Balloon Dog (Orange) sculpture that was sold to an anonymous telephone bidder for $58.4 million at Christie's made its way to a JAY-Z performance this Sunday night. Not to mention, intimate Polaroid photos of Madonna that were taken before her debut album are now for sale at a bookstore in Manhattan. Take a look at this week's art roundup below and let us know your thoughts. Banksy’s Long-Lost Snorting Copper Artwork Has Been Rediscovered 4chan Banksy's iconic Snorting Copper stencil mural has finally been found after ten years. The artwork—which is located in East London's Shoreditch district—"was vandalized, spray-jetted by the local council, boarded up and painted over," as per Dazed. The piece portrays a police officer on his knees while snorting a line of cocaine. Locals Jonathan Ellis and David Kyte recently discovered the mural on an abandoned site they purchased. The pair is planning to restore and return the piece to its original location for public viewing sometime in October. The artwork has been valued at approximately $1,612,262 USD. Jeff Koons’ Balloon Dog (Orange) Appears At Jay-Z’s V Festival Performance V Festival Last night, JAY-Z performed at the V Festival in the West Midlands of England. Fans at the show were blessed with a "Numb/Encore" tribute as homage to the late Linkin Park frontman, Chester Bennington. Not to mention, Jeff Koons' monumental Balloon Dog (Orange) sculpture graced the stage as the Brooklyn Rapper performed songs from his latest album, 4:44. Vintage Polaroid Photos of Madonna Are Up For Sale Manhattan Rare Books A collection of 66 vintage Polaroid photos of Madonna is up for sale at Manhattan Rare Books in New York City. Storied portrait photographer Richard Corman snapped the images approximately six weeks before the singer's debut album. The photo-set is priced at a whopping $350,000 USD. "We are offering these unique Polaroids of Madonna until September 5th," said Michael DiRuggiero owner of Manhattan Rare Books. "After that, if there is no buyer, the set will be dispersed and the images offered individually." Head over to Manhattan Rare Books' official website to learn more. Manhattan Rare Book Company 1050 2nd Ave # 50F New York, NY 10022 Paul Insect "Reflective Minds" Exhibit At Allouche Gallery in NYC Allouche Gallery Allouche Gallery Allouche Gallery Acclaimed UK street artist Paul Insect is set to launch a solo exhibition called "Reflective Minds" at Allouche Gallery in New York City. Insect is widely-known for his stencil and spray-painted artwork that boasts vibrant colors, Victorian-inspired graphics as well as Dada-esque collages. Catch a sneak peek of the exhibit at the slideshow above and head over to Allouche Gallery's official website to learn more. "Reflective Minds" will be open to the public starting September 7. Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com View the full article
  9. Japanese fashion brand FilMelange once again collaborates with British shoe label Tricker's for a classic Desert Boot design. The boots are crafted from suede leather made by the acclaimed Charles F. Stead Repello for anti-fouling and waterproof protection. Also, the shoelaces feature a tassel design to add an elegant style to the model. For those on the look out, the Tricker's x FilMelange boots will be available on August 26 at FilMelange's online store. Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com View the full article
  10. Los Angeles creative mastermind, designer and overall jack of all trades Brendan Fowler sits down with SSENSE to break down his DIY approach, the Election Reform! movement he birthed and more. Having made waves earlier this year with his collaborative efforts alongside New York City's Eckhaus Latta and a joint collection with Off-White, Fowler has plenty to talk about for his exchange with Arthur Bray. "Whether that's indie rock, backpack hip-hop, or experimental noise, kids are having subcultural experiences and freaking out about making music and connecting with other kids," Fowler explains, explaining what motivates today's youth and this generation's DIY ethos. "Instead of releasing a record, they'll upload on SoundCloud and create merchandise. This has given DIY culture a new spirit." Nearly 40-years-old, Fowler has had plenty of experience in all disciplines of art. From music to fashion, he's always been on the experimental cutting edge of contemporary trends and forces. "Youth culture is all Cali and I know. We're forever stuck in the age that we were when we got psyched on doing things creatively." Head on over to SSENSE to read the interview in its entirety. For more, check out our recent behind-the-scenes look at Fowler and and Cali Thornhill DeWitt's Some Ware showcase in Paris. Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com View the full article
  11. The second official collection from Tobias Birk Nielsen's Copenhagen based label has been unveiled. This 2018 spring/summer curation sees the former Boris Bidjan Saberi designer utilizing solid tones like black, gray, and white as well metal chain links around the neck and waist throughout the lookbook. Some tees and hoodies have the label's name embroidered on the chest, while the back features the phrase "WAITING FOR HOPE" in bold lettering. The lookbook leaves viewers with a quote stating: “…when passing the stage of despair, poetry will appear out of the innermost sincere isolation. I promise you this - I’ve been through myself.” Gaze at the pieces in the gallery above, and leave your thoughts below. Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com View the full article
  12. Following its digital debut in the Need For Speed Payback video game, BMW has finally unveiled its 2018 M5 to the world, the first to feature four wheel drive. The model resembles the normal 5 Series only with a larger grille, a rear valance with diffuser, and the M-series' trademark fender vents. In the interior you will find heated sports seats and bright red buttons on the wheel for "M" driving mode presets. The 2018 M5 features a twin-turbocharged 4.4-liter V8 like the last model, but with 600 horsepower and 553 pound-feet of torque, a 40-horsepower and 53-pound increase. Peak power lasts from 5,700 to 6,600 rpm, and peak torque sticks around from 1,800 until 5,700 rpm, all going through an 8-speed automatic to the Bimmer's all-wheel drive system. The vehicle can function in three modes, one of which is purely rear-drive in which stability control is shut off. This will engage a fully rear-wheel drive mode for purists of the M badge's motorsport heritage. The all-wheel system allows the vehicle to reach 60 mph in 3.2 seconds, top speed 155, and provides more traction and control by default. When the M Driver's Package is installed it can reach speeds of up to 189 mph. There are also revamped suspension, double-wishbone front setup, anti-roll bars, and chassis bracing that have been added. In addition, the M5 has 19-inch wheels at each corner, with 275-mm tires at the front, and 285-mm tires at the back. The First Edition M5s will have a 50-car limited run in the U.S. with no pricing details yet disclosed. Expect the 2018 BMW M5 spring of 2018. Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com View the full article
  13. Who doesn't love a good sample sale? Opening Ceremony is next up to spread some retail relief to those who can't say no to a great bargain. As we gear up to close out the spring/summer fashion season, and look to bundle up for fall/winter, Opening Ceremony will be holding a sample sale with price cuts up to 90% off. Launching this weekend, OC's sale will take place between 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. from August 25 to August 26 with its last day being on August 27 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Lucky friends and family will be able to shop on August 24 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Villain 307 Kent Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11249 Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com View the full article
  14. After releasing his acclaimed debut in 2015 with This Shit Comes in Waves, Connecticut upstart Felly has been grinding in the lab these past two years, experimenting with an assortment of reggae sounds inspired by the late, great Bob Marley. His new project comes packed with 15 new tracks that explore a multitude of soundscapes from reggae, to dance and of course, hip-hop. As for guest features, the Connect rapper called upon the likes of GYYPS, Frex, Konshens, Trip Carter and more. Stream below courtesy of SoundCloud. Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com View the full article
  15. Action Bronson is everywhere right now. With plans to drop both a new studio project and his very own cookbook in the near future, the NYC rapper-turned-television-personality took to social media last night to unveil the official tracklist for his highly-anticipated Blue Chips 7000. Set to arrive this Friday, August 25, Blue Chips 7000 will deliver 13 new tracks, including collaborative cuts with close collaborators and friends Big Body Bes and Meyhem Lauren. While Bronson's Mr. Wonderful follow-up is mostly an in-house affair with guest contributions coming courtesy of his closest partners-in-rhyme, the project will also feature some new bars from Rick Ross. Now, in anticipation of the arrival of his first fully-formed project in two years, Bronsolini has liberated the aforementioned Rozay collaboration. Titled "9-24-7000," Rick Ross and Action Bronson's very first joint record comes to us following last month's action-packed, kung fu-themed visual for "The Chairman's Intent." With just a few days to go until Blue Chips 7000 officially hits retailers and streaming services alike, today's drop might end up becoming the project's biggest single yet. Courtesy of Apple Music and Spotify, Action Bronson's new collaboration with Rick Ross is available for listening below. Previously, Rick Ross linked up with A$AP Ferg and Puff Daddy for new joint singles. Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com View the full article
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  23. In streetwear’s infancy, only a few web stores were deemed worthy of carrying the most sought after brands -- particularly hyped Japanese labels you couldn’t just order anywhere, like BAPE, visvim, NEIGHBORHOOD, WTAPS and UNDERCOVER. If you were savvy and in the know, an option was to go through proxy services to access Japanese sites like RAKUTEN and ZOZOTOWN to get the latest goods from these hard-to-come-by brands. In addition to utilizing proxies, however, a more practical way was to order through a few trailblazing sites -- HAVEN, Union, and Firmament (all in our definitive list). Not only are they renowned for carrying core streetwear brands, but they’ve also contributed plenty to the advancement of street culture through special collaborations, editorials and events that have brought this niche community closer together. You can say these shops influenced the newer crop of online retailers to go beyond just simply stocking product. In and around 2006, American streetwear brands were popping up left and right. Some say it was the beginning of the end for streetwear. The boom of sites like Karmaloop, PLNDR, Digital Gravel and even JackThreads all played a collective role in saturating the market. Since then, a great number of streetwear start-ups have folded and these aforementioned shopping sites have either ceased to exist or have rebranded after facing bankruptcy. It was indeed a dark chapter in street fashion but the industry learned a lot of worthwhile lessons. As the evolution of streetwear continued, the genre suddenly found itself in the luxury fashion conversation. It’s no longer rare for both independent and bigger online shops like Barneys New York, MR. PORTER, or even Browns Fashion to carry legacy streetwear brands, power luxury names, timeless Japanese brands, and the quality up-and-comers. For these “bigger” online stores, however, they’re not particularly in-tune with street culture the same way other independent shops are. Hence, some of the truest fans of streetwear will only shop at stores that offer an astute curation of brands, while maintaining a relatable cool identity. Looking at old and new establishments, HYPEBEAST has picked the 25 best sites, in no particular order, for shopping quality streetwear online. To stay true to the genre, we’ve solely focused on the names that have helped progress street fashion and culture. These are the web destinations that continue to be trusted for their superior service, offer a well thought-out roster of labels, and innovate to provide costumers new ways to shop streetwear on the web. 1. END END x mastermind JAPAN Lookbook. END END is renowned for having one of the best selections of brands online. Not only do they stock core streetwear stalwarts such as FUCT, Maharishi, and mastermind JAPAN but they also carry prime luxury designers that include Thom Browne, Dries Van Noten and Givenchy to name a few. END also sets high standards when creating lookbooks for its upcoming releases. Website: www.endclothing.com 2. Union Los Angeles Union L.A. Off-White™ 2014 Spring/Summer Lookbook. Union L.A. For dedicated streetwear aficionados, Union Los Angeles is usually the first name mentioned when speaking about prime product purveyors. The establishment is steeped in streetwear history and continue to uphold its reputation as one of the premier shops to stock visvim, Raf Simons, Acronym and COMME des GARÇONS all under one roof. Website: www.store.unionlosangeles.com 3. Slam Jam Socialism Slam Jam x Stussy 2015 Spring/Summer Lookbook. Slam Jam Socialism Slam Jam Socialism excels in innovation -- the Italian site is very conceptual in its approach and that’s immediately evident on its web layout. There’s a futuristic feel to the way products are presented and their editorial section -- filled with interviews, editorials and brand spotlights -- is always a must-see. Website: www.slamjamsocialism.com 4. HAVEN HAVEN Stone-Island 2015 Fall/Winter Lookbook. HAVEN Canada’s HAVEN has perfected the art of brand curation -- its stockist standouts include Acronym, Junya Watanabe, Cav Empt and Stone Island Shadow Projects. It also just celebrated its 10th anniversary, a clear testament to the online shop’s identity as a trusted streetwear bastion. Website: www.havenshop.com 5. Nomad Nomad 2015 Fall/Winter Editorial. Nomad What’s impressive about Nomad is that it does away with clutter to present its products. Navigating the site is seamless and the way garments are styled on models is always on point. Additionally, Nomad keeps a considered lineup of brands that include Carhartt W.I.P., Gosha Rubchiskiy and OAMC. Website: www.nomadshop.net 6. SUPPLY SUPPLY Awake Editorial. SUPPLY SUPPLY is considered an OG in streetwear culture having first established itself as a physical store in Sydney in 2002. The retailer opened an online space in 2012 and has since continued to roll out products from a selection of the most sought-after brand, carrying visvim, Vans, Palace Skateboards and Angelo Baque’s Awake. Website: www.supplystore.com.au 7. Goodhood Goodhood 2017 Spring Editorial. Goodhood Goodhood prides itself in striking a fine balance between sportswear and streetwear goods. The brand’s mission statement says, “we actively aim to create a culturally relevant experience influenced by the flow of culture rather than the trends of the fashion industry.” This rings quite true as the establishment has been around since 2002 and has maintained consistency in its offering of the finest products from brands like BEAMS, Champion, nanamica and Wacko Maria. Website: www.goodhoodstore.com 8. Très Bien Très Bien 2016 Fall/Winter Campaign. Très Bien When streetwear got extremely loud, those wanting a change of pace turned to Très Bien for quality, minimalist fashion. The site is simplicity at its finest and has been a go-to page for choice contemporary brands. Here, you’ll find Maison Margiela, Jil Sander and Acne Studios right next to Brain Dead, Dime and Y-3. Website: www.tres-bien.com 9. Need Supply Co. Need Supply Co. 2016 Summer Editorial. Need Supply Co. Sophistication comes to mind when visiting Need Supply Co. It has successfully achieved a quietly cool vibe, showcasing a streamlined selection of products. Besides the tried-and-true lineup of labels such as NEIGHBORHOOD and visvim, they also carry a healthy stock of Scandinavian imprints like Wood Wood, Norse Projects and Soulland. Website: www.needsupply.com 10. Firmament Firmament 2017 Spring Editorial. Firmament Firmament has been part of the streetwear space since the culture’s beginnings. If you’re one of the few that still remember the heydays of sites like Being Hunted or The-Glade, then you had a headstart in digesting the early teachings of street culture. While Firmament now carries brands like Stone Island, Bianca Chandon and UNDERCOVER, it's worth noting that the stockist was one of the few other places out there that carried Supreme. Website: www.firmamentberlin.com 11. KITH KITH x Cap'n Crunch Lookbook. KITH Not much more can be said about KITH that the streetwear masses don’t already know. Founder Ronnie Fieg is perhaps considered the king of collaborations and along with a physical space and website, he rules a kingdom of brands that is well-known throughout street fashion. From partnerships with Coca-Cola, Cap’n Crunch, to Bergdorf Goodman, Ronnie understands that touching all platforms will push his namesake even further into the limelight. Website: www.kith.com 12. Notre Notre Cav Empt Editorial. Notre Notre delivers a sharp assortment of the most currently relevant brands in streetwear. Those who visit online will be impressed to see a sleek presentation of items styled in reflection of each label’s ethos. That goes to show you that Notre is adept at working with topnotch brands -- an overall creative vision that is echoed through their carefully crafted editorial shoots. Website: www.notre-shop.com 13. RSVP Gallery RSVP Gallery Raf Simons 2014 Fall/Winter Editorial. RSVP Gallery RSVP Gallery is synonymous with streetwear shopping in Chicago and has represented modern fashion culture in the Windy City proudly. While it's harder to find lower tier street brands here, those looking for high-end labels will be happy to find select stock from brands like Off-White™, Rick Owens, Helmut Lang, and YEEZY. Website: www.rsvpgallery.com 14. 424 424 on Fairfax 2016 Spring/Summer Lookbook. 424 While most retailers are too focused on carrying only the biggest names in the scene, 424 takes chances on alternative brands that are worthy of recognition. With Fear of God, Maharishi and Rick Owens already in its roster, customers will also be pleased to discover the fashion-forward designs of Doublet, Helder Vices and the shop’s in-house line 424. Website: www.shop.fourtwofouronfairfax.com 15. Concepts Concepts 2014 Fall/Winter Lookbook. Concepts Concepts is known more for its sneaker offerings than its selection of streetwear but their clothing stock is far from lackluster. If you don’t have the time to scroll through a massive list of brands, Concepts has fine-tuned their range with big names like BAPE, Y-3, Champion, Stone Island and Stussy. Website: www.cncpts.com 16. Idol Brooklyn Idol Brooklyn 2016 Raf Simons Fall/Winter Editorial. Idol Brooklyn When it comes down to brass tacks, Idol Brooklyn knows conceptual brands. Those more keen on fashion-forward designs from Europe and Japan will enjoy the store’s list of labels -- Haider Ackermann, Hender Scheme, Rick Owen and Raf Simons are just a few of the names on offer. Website: www.idolbrooklyn.com 17. Nitty Gritty Nitty Gritty 2017 Fall/Winter Editorial. Nitty Gritty Hailing from Stockholm, Nitty Gritty follows the streamlined ethos of the city with a clean, easy to navigate website. When browsing, you’ll find how pleasantly appealing each item is presented. Additionally, the styling direction of modeled outfits are nearly flawless - the brand has a clear understanding of the adage “less is more.” Website: www.nittygrittystore.com 18. Wood Wood Wood Wood 2014 Spring/Summer Lookbook. Wood Wood Wood Wood is both known as a brand and as a supplier of fine contemporary labels. The Denmark imprint’s site doesn’t carry a lot of designers but with names like Bianca Chandon, Gosha, Nike and adidas in its lineup, it still deserves to be a contender amongst the other establishments on this list. Wood Wood’s collaborations are also something to keep an eye out for when browsing its site. Website: www.woodwood.com 19. HBX HBX UNDERCOVER 2017 Fall/Winter Editorial. HBX HBX is the online shopping arm of HYPEBEAST, making it a clear authority on streetwear, especially up-and-coming brands. With a newly opened archived section, customers can now also shop for rare past collection items and special finds. Additionally, the fully revamped and redesigned layout makes it one of the most aesthetically pleasing destinations for streetwear online. Website: www.hbx.com 20. Bodega Bodega 2017 Spring/Summer Lookbook. Bodega Bodega not only knows streetwear, but also knows sneakers and the art of creative branding, regularly producing catalogs, lookbooks and editorials. Furthermore, Bodega’s roster of brands include basically all the who’s who of contemporary style -- NEIGHBORHOOD, nonnative and Sasquatchfabrix to mention a few. Website: www.shop.bdgastore.com/ 21. Commonwealth Commonwealth 2016 Spring/Summer Capsule Lookbook. Commonwealth Commonwealth’s tagline is “For The Greater Good” -- it's a positive phrase in line with the shop's ambitious beliefs. As both a physical and online retailer, Commonwealth has already received numerous praises from various style publications for its brand list and overall shopping experience. It's one of the few places left online that can cater to both die-hard sneakerheads and contemporary fashion fans. Website: www.commonwealth-ftgg.com 22. Perks and Mini Perks and Mini x Babylon LA Lookbook. P.A.M Perks and Mini, also known as P.A.M, takes the cake as one of streetwear’s most conceptual websites. While a lot of other destinations gravitate towards the clean, minimal look, P.A.M on welcomes visitors with a hard-to-forget home page. The colorful background and artful grid showcase makes for a very exciting online experience. The brand’s collaborative products are also worth putting on your radar. Website: www.perksandmini.com 23. Saint Alfred Saint Alfred Lookbook. Saint Alfred Saint Alfred, another Chicago-based retailer on the list, hardly falters in its quest to be a top name in streetwear. A fresh selection of sneakers make it a must-visit site while its core list of fashion brands -- Cav Empt, Stussy, UNDERCOVER, etc. -- guarantees there’s something for everyone. Website: www.saintalfred.com 24. Hanon Hanon x Penfield Editorial. Hanon Hanon features a slew of labels that have stood the test of time -- Acronym, Champion and Neighborhood among others. A name most often associated with its must-have sneaker collabs, the shop also devotes itself to carrying top-tier streetwear. With a simple-to-navigate site and alluring imagery, Hanon should be a definite stop during your online shopping sprees. Website: www.hanon-shop.com 25. Grailed Grailed 100 2016 Lookbook. Nicholas Maggio Grailed is a resell site, but that has never deterred it from being a go-to page for all things streetwear, menswear, and sneakers. Besides the newer releases, anyone who has a penchant for archive pieces will surely find something worthy of adding to their clothing arsenal. Plus, with deals, steals, and options to negotiate prices, you’re bound to come up with something really special. Their “Dry Clean’ section is also a treasure trove of interviews, editorials, and pictorials that aim to educate customers on the brands sold on the site. Website: www.grailed.com Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com View the full article
  24. Solange took to Instagram to announce her latest project, a site-specific performance art piece called "Scales". Located at the Chianti Foundation, an art gallery in Marfa, Texas, the performance will take place on October 8. Solange expands on the significance of the outdoor site hosting her performance: "Donald Judd's "15 untitled works in concrete" has had such profound influence on the way I view the world, and I am beyond honored to deliver a site specific version of my performance piece, "Scales" (2017) alongside these phenomenal installations during @chinatifoundation weekend." Solange has previously brought art installations to life, with the accompanying performance piece for A Seat at the Table, "An Ode To" debuting at The Guggenheim earlier this year. Each performance takes place in some kind of museum exhibitions, playing with the idea of creating a safe space for activism through creative expression. You can watch her spring performance below and stay updated with any more details relating to the performance. For more music-related news, watch Kodak Black's new music video for "F*ck It." Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com View the full article
  25. Apple garners a large following for its ultra sleek designs, but the tech giant drives just as much traffic with its leaks and rumors. Whether these leaks are actual slip-ups or intentional marketing schemes, Apple rumors have been part of the industry giant's narrative before the Internet Age gave way to blogs and social media outlets. Recently, a video of vintage news footage shows that dedicated Apple-related news outlets have been in existence for decades. The clip, which originally aired in February of 1988, shows late computing industry media pioneer David Bunnell's weekly print news series Macintosh Today, which covered Apple's latest developments. In this episode, the news publication had gotten its hands on a 160-page confidential Apple document on the Macintosh Portable (Apple's first mobile computer) before its official announcement in November of that year. At one instance, the anchors question if the leak was, in fact, a promotional ploy by Apple. Make sure to share your thoughts in the comments below. If you're looking for some actual Apple rumors, the iPhone 8's wireless charger is reportedly going to be sold separately. Read more at Hypebeast.com View the full article
  26. Excitement over Off-White™'s 10-shoe collaboration with Nike has been building since the wide-ranging collection was little more than a rumor. Over that time, we've seen collaborative sneakers such as the Air Jordan 1, the Air Max 90 and the VaporMax. Now, images of every piece in the collection has been revealed, which also includes Air Max 97s, Blazers, and Converse's Chuck Taylor All-Star As well as unveiling every piece of the collection Virgil Abloh sat down with Nike's Vice President of Footwear Andy Cain and the Business of Fashion to shed some more light on the much hyped collection. As well as featuring some illuminating insights from Virgil, the interview also included official confirmation of the collaboration's release date, with a series of pre-releases at NikeLab locations to tie in with corresponding fashion weeks. So the will be pre-released at NikeLab New York between September 9-13, in London from September 18-22, Milan September 21-25 and Paris from September 26-30. To coincide with the NYC launch of the project, Nike has also announced the launch of Off Campus, which the brand describes as "a destination for the advancement of sport, design and innovation" and will be held on Wall Street from September 6 to September 8. Read some key quotes from Virgil as he discusses the collection, titled "The Ten: Icons Reconstructed by Virgil Abloh," below. On the projects: "I always like a challenge. The idea of ‘The Ten’ is Nike going into its history and asking a designer such as myself to tell a story by highlighting a design detail and innovation within [each of the] ten models. What’s interesting is the scope of the project. It’s a hallmark, a very important idea of post-modern culture, innovation and athletic performance all intertwined into one." On the future of streetwear: "The future of streetwear is that it should no longer serve itself. This project is truly a democracy of how design explores the world. I’m interested in how the kid that’s standing outside his or her local Foot Locker or Nike Town buying Jordans and taking my ideas gets inspired and takes a marker to the shoes or attaches a red zip tie and now they’re part of the conversation." Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com View the full article
  27. For 2017 fall/winter, Italian brand C.P. Company has released a two-piece “Digital Camo” outerwear pack. Featuring a military-inspired parka as well as a take on the Massimo Osti-founded brand’s classic goggle jacket, the capsule sees both pieces made of a technical three-layer fabric. Consisting of an outer layer of nylon comfort stretch, a middle layer of waterproof membrane and a polyester inner layer, the fabric is lightweight, waterproof and warm. Both jackets are then finished with a digital camouflage print, which gives the pieces a 3D look. The "Digital Camo" pack is available now from the C.P. Company web store, with the fishtail parka priced at £575 GBP (around $740 USD), and then goggle jacket costing £525 GBP, or roughly $627 USD. After you've taken a look at C.P. Company's "Digital Camo" capsule, check out the latest Shadow Project drop from its sister brand Stone Island. Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com View the full article
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