Last released back in 2009, next month the canvas constructed Air Jordan 1 KO “Sail” will make its way back to Jordan Brand retailers. Originally conceived 30 years ago in 1986, the Air Jordan 1 KO “Sail” highlights an off-white upper in durable canvas married to Varsity Red contrasts throughout. Nike script finds placement at […]
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As we’re sure many of you know, Supreme dropped its Spring/Summer 2016 collection across its shops in New York, Los Angeles, London and Japan today. This means huge lines, security guards, and of course reselling. We ventured out onto a ridiculously cold Lafayette Street to scope the scene and capture the best street style looks. The number […]
Kawhi Leonard, for the first time in his youthful NBA career, started for the western conference in the annual All-Star Game. This, more than likely, won’t be the last time he’s among the starting five for the west, as Leonard continues to grow more skilled seemingly each time the San Antonio Spurs take the court. […]
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Son Of Man. Just when you thought Jay Electronica didn’t rap anymore, he delivers his first (and maybe only) recording of the year. On the self produced track, Elect fires a few strays that will surely warrant retaliation.
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In his final NBA All-Star appearance, Kobe Bryant received a hero’s sendoff, one filled with visual tributes, speeches and the adoring admiration of his peers. Nike Basketball is also inspired by Beans 18th and final All-Star game, and it’s prompted an illustrated tribute to his footwear collection for the game. Dating back a decade to […]
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Barneys is returning to its downtown Manhattan roots. The luxury department store reopened at the 7th Avenue location where it was founded. The new flagship is focused on balancing the historic legacy of the brand with digital advancements that have come around since the location originally closed its doors in the 90s. New to Barneys: beacon services in store and out, iPad equipped associates and same-day delivery. “The most important touchpoint is the phone,” said Barneys vp of digital Matthew Woolsey.
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New York skate icon Supreme unveils the official lookbook for its Spring/Summer 2016 collection – its first since Max Vanderwoude Gross took over as the brand’s Design Director. While many streetwear veterans have commented that recent seasons have lacked the punch of the brand’s glory days, Supreme SS16 is filled with striking pieces that will no doubt go down […]
Photo Credit Victoria Ford/Sneakshot. The third and final night of the Roots Jam Sessions took place yesterday evening at The Hotel Café in Hollywood, Los keep reading »
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The Nike Air Presto has made a strong return these past few seasons. From clean updated versions to the re-release of iconic old colorways, Nike has made sure that the Air Presto is back on everybody’s radar. This March you will get a modified version of the Air Presto “Tropical.” Featuring a neoprene upper in […]
Steph Curry, James Harden, and even the TNT announcers are all getting the emoji treatment that fans can tweet all weekend long.
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In celebrating the life of the late, great David Bowie, Arcade Fire — alongside the Preservation Hall Jazz Band — took to the streets of New Orleans last month for a memorial parade. Those in attendees were urged to wear their best Bowie-inspired outfits, as Win Butler and company then proceeded to lead the crowd in a […]