Nike Kobe 10 “Hot Lava”

Nike has unveiled a rework of the iconic Kobe 10 with a new colorway dubbed "Hot Lava." The vibrant sneaker features a mostly tonal mesh upper that oscillates between various shades of red, a black heel counter, and large branding with a stark white Swoosh. To round off the look, the midsole features speckling that resembles volcanic ash fragments, visible underneath a gel-like layer. Opting to utilize the standard Kobe 10 silhouette rather than the Elite Flyknit model, the offering is a striking addition to any collector’s set. It is also worth mentioning that the above image is of a GS pair, but an adult model will definitely be available. The Nike Kobe 10 "Hot Lava" will retail for $180 USD and will be released on December 9 at select retailers.

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A Translation Site’s Clever Recipe Taste Test Shows How Wrong Google Translate Can Be

BERLIN, Germany—When you have a free competitor as hugely popular as Google Translate, your only valid option is to make the most of it.

That’s exactly what translation service ElaN Languages decided to do (with help from JWT Amsterdam) when it created "Taste the Translation." The project’s video shows a chef cooking the same Japanese recipe as translated by ElaN’s team of human experts vs. Google Translate’s automated results.

From the outset, Google’s version shows its faults, which only get more challenging for the chef—and especially for the taste testers.

The project debuted earlier this year but didn’t get much attention beyond the Netherlands until it hit the festival circuit, winning bronze at the Clio Awards and, this week, taking gold in the consumer direct category of the international Epica Awards being judged by advertising journalists (including myself) in Berlin. 

For ElaN, the goal isn’t to get people using its free online translator. In fact, it advises visitors to avoid using any free tool for translations that go beyond a few words. 

The real value in "Taste the Translation" is in showing the importance of using professional translation for documents where careful phrasing matters. It might prove to be just enough of a nudge to make cheapskate businesses rethink their usual approach of just running content in bulk through free tools like Google Translate.

Otherwise you might end up eating crow, while your customers eat plastic horses.

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Mason Rothschild “THE ART SCHOOL DROPOUT” T-Shirt Collection

LA-based designer Mason Rothschild drops a capsule collection of classic collegiate apparel-inspired T-shirts for art and fashion students. The range is comprised of three T-shirts offered in white and gray and feature "PARSONS," "CENTRAL SAINT MARTINS" and "ANTWERP" slogans in honor of some of the top art schools in the world.
Pre-order yourself an "ART SCHOOL DROPOUT" tee online for $50 USD. Shipping is guaranteed by December 24.

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On-Foot Look // Vans Old Skool Leather “Polka Dot”

Classic on classic, today’s second On-Foot Look sees the Vans Old Skool Leather “Polka Dot” stack pristine print on a Cali favorite. The striped low top model gets an aesthetic upgrade, calling in leather composition over that of standard canvas. Polka dot print proves the icing on the cake, contrasted by a comfy get-up reliant […]

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Bill Murray and Phoenix Putting out Christmas Single

Bill Murray and Phoenix Putting out Christmas Single

Bill Murray’s Sofia Coppola-directed Christmas special A Very Murray Christmas airs on Netflix on December 4. Among the all-star guests are Jenny Lewis, George Clooney, Amy Poehler, Michael Cera, Miley Cyrus, Chris Rock, Jason Schwartzman, and Maya Rudolph. Phoenix also appear, but the band’s yuletide partnership with Murray extends beyond the screen.

As Exclaim! points out (via Modern Vinyl), Phoenix will team up with the actor for a 7-inch titled Alone on Christmas Day, which will be released on December 4 (the same day the special comes out). The A-side comprises the titular track as performed by Phoenix, Murray, Schwartzman, former "Letterman" musical director Paul Shaffer, and New York Dolls’ David Johansen, in his Buster Poindexter ("Hot Hot Hot") alias. The b-side features an instrumental version of the track. 

In other news pertaining to A Very Murray Christmas, Netflix has shared a new trailer. Check it out below:

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Chance The Rapper to Play “Saturday Night Live”

Chance The Rapper to Play "Saturday Night Live"

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Just as he wraps up his "Family Matters" tourChance the Rapper will make his "Saturday Night Live" debut on a December 12 hosted by Chris Hemsworth, NBC confirmed today. In the same tweet, the network also announced the musical guests and hosts for two other episodes: Ryan Gosling and Leon Bridges on December 5, and the duo of Amy Poehler and Tina Fey, who will host a December 19 episode featuring musical guest Bruce Springsteen.

Not too long ago, Chance shared his latest single "Angels", which he performed on "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert".

This coming Saturday’s "SNL" is hosted by Matthew McConaughey and features musical guest Adele.

Update (11/17 4:50 p.m. EST): On Twitter today, Chance the Rapper hinted at "a very special performance", signing the tweet with the hashtag "#thirdmixtape":

Here’s the video for "Sunday Candy":


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Burton x G-SHOCK Rangeman

Iconic snowboard company Burton has teamed up with G-SHOCK for a second collaborative release ahead of the peak powder season. The rugged Rangeman model receives a crisp white makeover across its body, inspired by the untouched slopes of the backcountry mountains. A winter camouflage pattern along the band, and contrasting details of black and orange throughout finish off this seasonal collaboration. Look to purchase the Burton x G-SHOCK Rangeman from select retailers in the coming weeks.

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27 Hours in Montmartre: Part 1

During my second trip to Paris I spent 27 hours in Montmartre. I visited the Moulin Rouge, walked the streets of Pigalle, took the furnicular up to the Place du Tetre and had my portrait painted, and visited the Musée de l’érotisme. I had the best steak of my life at Les Tantes Jeanne to round out the first day.

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21 Hours in Venice

I spent 21 hours in Venice, Italy. I took the Alilaguna ferry from Marco Polo Airport to my hotel in Lido. I visited the Piazzo San Marco, had a Bellini at a bar while listening to an orchestra play, tried the "best gelato in Venice"  at La Mela Verde, and took a shared serenaded gondola ride through the canals of the city.

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Supreme x The North Face 2015 Fall/Winter Lookbook

In time for the colder months, Supreme has unveiled this 2015 fall/winter lookbook for its latest collaboration with The North Face. Made exclusively for Supreme, the collection consists of several pieces including the Nuptse Jacket, Mountain Pullover, Base Camp Crimp Backpack, Base Camp Travel Canister, and Winter Runners Gloves. Special details include the Nupste Jacket featuring a water-resistant shell with 700-Fill down insulation, while the Mountain Pullover incorporates a waterproof, breathable, fully sealed shell.
This Supreme x The North Face 2015 fall/winter collection will be available in-store at the NY, LA and London locations, as well as online from November 19, while Japan sees a November 21 release. Enjoy the lookbook above and click here for a more extensive look at the individual pieces with pricing details.


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New Video: Jeezy “Mr.17.5”

Cannon! Finally! Eight years after its release, Jeezy finally shot a video for The Inspirationn standout, “Mr. 17.5”. On the Rap Radar Podcast, yours truly told Pastor Young this was a personal favorite, so it’s exciting to see it come to life. You’re still a fool for this one Cannon! Church In These Streets is available here on iTunes.

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Air Jordan 1.5 “Bred”

After dropping in a trio of colorways — "Chicago," a predominately black look and a seemingly fragment design-inspired combination of black and blue — the Air Jordan 1.5 is getting the iconic "Bred" treatment. Echoing the look of the original "Bred" Air Jordan 1, the kicks come with a classic black and red leather upper — complete with a nylon tongue, OG "Nike Air" branding and a Jumpman-free heel — while the sole unit of the Air Jordan 2 provides the cushioning below. Retailing for $150 USD, the Air Jordan 1.5 "Bred" drops this upcoming Saturday, November 21.

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Terry Richardson & Miley Cyrus Get Comfortable for ‘CANDY Magazine’ (NSFW)

When one thinks of Terry Richardson, the word risqué can be associated with the popular photographer; throw in the infamous Miley Cyrus and you have one interesting photoshoot that’s bound to happen. Done for CANDY Magazine, the duo is back again with a spread that absolutely not safe for the office. The photos are hardcore, to say the least. Despite Richardson’s name being associated with negativity in reference to his acts during shoots, Miley has managed to be a loyal subject of his signature work.

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