Starting on August 31st, colette in Paris will have a selection of recent paintings, prints, drawings, and sculpture from Steven Harrington on display. Entitled Wavy Days, the new exhibition take place in the upstairs gallery, downstairs entrance wall, and stairwell with a onsite mural planned as well. Via AM
Stüssy’s Fall 2015 campaign sees Tyrone Lebon explore Tokyo, Japan, as the latest part in his multi-year photo series of Stüssy’s world tour cities. The third instalment includes a series of portraits, styled by Tom Guinness, rediscovering Stüssy’s roots, it’s relationship with Japan, and their cultural interpretation of the brand’s loose living philosophy. Highlighting the unique richness … Continue reading
This summer sees an exciting collaboration between eyewear brand Ace & Tate and clothing label Daily Paper. Both upcoming Amsterdam based brands possess individual style while also boasting complimentary aesthetic qualities, which shine through in this collaboration. The two brands worked together to intertwine their creative strengths to produce a must-have summer beach pack. Customers … Continue reading
Photography by London-based talented Alina Negoita.
Nice new makeup for the Nike SB Lunar Janoski. Total black nubuk upper with tonal reflective Swoosh and ACG’s mulberry suede collar and tongue. Available now at Flatspot.
Copenhagen based brand Rascals offering for the current season is as fresh as ever highlighting clean staples, bold block colour and typographic prints. Continuing to reinterpret inspiration from 90’s athletic wear, this season sees the brand merge this focus with everyday movement and commuting in the city. Via Peopleofprint
After the exxxtreme celebrations for the 30th anniversary back in 2010, this year Stussy goes for 35 but they opted to stay more low-profile and to drop just some special items, like the recently released A Tribe Called Quest collaboration. Now from the Japan division comes a “book” with editorials, vintage and new advertising campaigns, … Continue reading
New summer 2015 collection by Italian label Atypical. Available at atypical.it/collections
French label MAMAMA is back with a new capsule collection gathers illustrations by Paris-based illustrator Aecho printed on tees, tote bags and a limited numbered and signed canvas panel. Photography: Aristote Truffaut. Full collection available at store.mamama-paris.com
With summer now in full swing, Italian eyewear specialist SUPER returns with a typically progressive range of sunglasses for Summer 2015. Included among the highlights this time is the brand’s sports-inspired “Tuttolente” — or “all lens”– collection consisting of six of its most popular silhouettes, each of them updated with a minimal, one-piece construction. Each … Continue reading
Celebrating the brand’s 35th anniversary and also the brand’s 25th anniversary presence in New York City,Stussy presents a collaborative collection with Queens’ hip-hop legends A Tribe Called Quest. The collection consists of a series of tees, crewnecks, hoodies and hats featuring imagery from ATCQ iconic records and videos, and will be available from July 18.
Nico Therin is one of a whole collection of photographers who I feel like I’m holidaying through vicariously this summer. He recently travelled to Tokyo, where he spent a morning photographing the famous Tsukiji fish market, having heard that it is soon to be moved out of central Tokyo. “It’s been around since 1935, and … Continue reading
Belief Summer 2015 Lookbook | Photography by Derek Wood Full collection available at http://shop.beliefnyc.com
Presented by Fifty24SF Gallery and Upper Playground, Mark McCloud’s ‘Take It Acid Is’ exhibition opened Friday, June 26th in San Francisco. The show features actual blotter paper from the largest collection of blotter art in the world, “The Institute of Illegal Images” and a selection of forensic photographic prints provided by BlotterBarn.com. The Friday opening … Continue reading
New York-based label ICNY unveils its newest collection for the summer season. The sportswear brand presents new iterations of the brand’s famous reflective-focused apparel in a range of T-shirts and camp caps that hold familiar patterns and iconography as seen in the brand’s previous spring offerings.