Gore-tex gets some style points with this Supreme x The North Face collaboration. This mini-capsule collection just dropping this week will have you rocking cool outdoor colors with that Supreme-look. The collection features the Trans Antarctica Expedition Pullover, Trans Antarctica Expedition Pant, Trans Antarctica Expedition Fleece Jacket, Trans Antarctica Expedition Big Haul Backpack and Trans Antarctica Expedition Headband.
Are you looking to clean out your closet of old worn t-shirts with new graphic tees with style? Artist Futura teams up with UNIQLO for this men’s t-shirt mini-capsule collection. The 12 graphic tees in the collection features Futura’s blend of abstract artwork and NYC vibe.
Acura introduces the 2017 NSX GT3 track racing version at the New York International Auto Show. This NSX GT3 race car will not have any hybrid electric components, but will use the same twin-turbo 3.5 V6 engine as the production model.
Get hyped for Rocksmith’s Winter 2015 Collection dropping now! Mexican-American hip hop artist Kap G reps the Rocksmith Winter 2015 Lookbook with a futuristic space-tech themed capsule collection entitled “Bass Odyssey.”
“Hentai” apparel anyone? Well know street brand Supreme is teaming up erotic manga artist Toshio Maeda for a mini-capsule collection. The capsule collection features a jacket, sweatshirt, long sleeve tee, a pillow and 2 graphic tees. Look for the collection to drop in NYC and LA Supreme “physical” locations and online on February 27, 2015.
NYC street brand 10 Deep just dropped their VCTRY Lookbook for S/S 2015. VCTRY is 10 Deep’s athletic wear line. The collection has variety of jerseys ($88.00USD-$96.00USD), crew shirts ($124.00USD), tech shirts ($50.00USD), hoodies ($92.00USD-$124.00USD), sweatpants ($88.00USD), shorts ($80.00USD), long-sleeve tees ($42.00USD, graphic tees ($32.00USD) and snapback hats ($38.00USD).
Okay, so I’m not the typical target audience for The New Yorker magazine, but I have at times picked a few issues at the dentist office or used articles in the magazine for research material for my college papers. The New Yorker also is known for it’s high-brow political satire comics and The New Yorker profiles one of their cartoonist Roz Chast.
If you’re online hunting for gifts and if that person is into streetwear, then this will do the trick. Available online @ PRIVILEGE NYC for a limited time only, fans of model Emily Sears collabing with Stezzy will enjoy this graphic tee and pullover hoodie.
I’m just hungry watching this clip in my cubicle. Here is the husband and wife team of Valentino and Alice and their Irish-mix-mash food truck in Woodland, New York. It’s all about late-night comfort food.
Let’s see, take my baseball cap and my old raggy sweatshirt and turn it into a face-mask, so I look like a bank robber. Not really, this is art and wearable for the icy cold weather. Artist Shin Murayama latest project is: Yankees Extreme Cold Weather Face Mask Unissued 2014.
NYC fashion design firm Nooka founded by artist/designer Matthew Waldman teams up with apparel brand FILA to bring a fresh mini-capsule shoe collection to the Chinese market. Please FILA, bring these shoes here to the US market! The orange sneaks would go well with my SF Giants gear!
For more info, go to: Nooka x FILA.
These days, everyone knows the two big comic book publishing giants – DC Comics and Marvel Comics. In the 1940s, there was another big comic book publisher, Harvey Comics, and one of it’s better known characters is Casper the Friendly Ghost. Harvey Comics has been defunct since 1994, but it’s back in this collab with apparel company Mishka NYC.
Business of Fashion (BoF) has put out an in-depth 2-part article on the rise NYC street brand Supreme. Over the years, there have been many urban clothing labels trend in and then fade out, but Supreme has stood over the test of time as a leader in the street scene and fashion world.