Remy is back
Remy is back
Remy is back
Rinse and repeat! Kanye’s Yeezy 2 colourways are property of the Swoosh empire, so they’ll bust them out whenever they see fit, and they’re seeing fit to lay one over a Dunk High. The Black/Solar Red edition is translated into Dunk language here, with the glow-in-the-dark green outsole replicated, as well as the levels of colour – it’s a Solar Red, black and green parfait! One significant change-up from the OG Yeezy 2 is a blotchy, star-spangled heel panel and patent Swoosh. You dig this or what? Several blogs are calling the Dunk a ‘Black Friday’ release, but they drop at Nike retailers on November 29, which is a Saturday – maybe the sneakerworld is having their Black Friday on a Saturday this year. Cos we different, innit.
Taking place in the Sequoia National Forest, burgeoning Los Angeles brand CLSC has enlisted photographer Evy Optics to introduce their Winter 2014 collection. The label’s most recent offering combines athletic inspirations with a street-ready approach to design. With a newly updated selection of wardrobe staples, CLSC’s first attempt at cut-and-sew production features a selection of French terry sweatpants, athletic 3/4- and short-sleeved jerseys, and a lightweight satin coaches jacket. The Winter 2014 collection will be available at CLSC’s online store and at select stockists worldwide beginning today.
This will definitely be the most creative hip-hop video you see all day.
Krizzle goes for the crown
Creating Our Own Lane 2 coming soon.
Popular running shoe in the 90s, Nike welcomes the Zoom Talaria to return in 2014. Known for its bright colourways, Team Swoosh have mellowed out the staple silhouette just a little, using an anthracite upper for the base with bright orange and pink accents that highlight the heel panel and midsole. Nike have used a combination of synthetic suede and tonal mesh with added support cage to complete the upper. Check out the close ups in our gallery above and find them now on KITH.
Tyrone Lebon is a name known to many in the fashion world. As the son of legendary British fashion photographer Mark Lebon, he forged an early career of his own shooting for the likes of i-D and Dazed & Confused, not to mention working with everyone from Supreme to Miley Cyrus. Now he’s decided to shift the focus away from models and turn the camera on the photographers themselves.
In his latest production, Reely And Truly, he interviews more than 20 of the greatest talents working today across all fields of photography – from Jurgen Teller to Dick Jewell, Jill Freedman and Peter Sutherland. Shot on no less than five different types of analogue film, the production has a quaint, almost Wes Anderson-like candour, with the interspersed conversations between Tyrone and his father adding a real personal touch to its 30-minute runtime. We think it’s pretty excellent. You can find the trailer above or head over to Canvas by Grolsch to enjoy the feature in full.
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