Eyewear Brand Prepares High Street Range Topman is getting ready to take stock of a new collection from Eye Respect this week. The three-piece line, created exclusively for the high street brand, will be housed in the Oxford Street flagship…
New York-based studio Number 288 introduces its debut collection of contemporary sneakers for Fall 2014. Designed in New York and produced in Portugal, styles in the collection range from casual sneakers with unexpected detailing, to classic high tops, runners, and casual slip-ons. The debut collection will serve as the framework for a continuous core collection, varying in color, fabric and detail seasonally. Each style is crafted using the finest Italian and Portuguese leather and suede, with the unassuming “II VIII VIII” logo stitched into the heel. The Number 288 Fall 2014 collection is priced from $390-500 USD and is now available at the brand’s online shop.
Anyone who knows me well knows that swimming pools are my favourite places to hang out, but that I don’t actually like being in the water, but rather I like looking at the pools. Joan Didion writes that swimming pools are “infinitely soothing to the eye,” and these striking set of images by photojournalist Marieke van der Velden definitely confirm Didion’s statement. It’s a photography series that is continually growing, a kind of visual travel diary of Marieke’s, who takes photographs of all the interesting pools that she visits whilst on assignments that take her all around the world.
Last week the Irish photographer Richard Mosse won the Duetsche Börse Prize for his amazing pink pictures of the civil war in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Created with special heat-sensitive film, Richard used the shock of the unexpected palette to engage us with a conflict that can feel very far-removed.
Steel beams create a gridded framework supporting shelves, rails and display cabinets inside this fashion and accessories boutique in London by Bat Studio. (more…)
Why use a “talking stick” when you could wear a giant, billowing white suit?
Group communication isn’t always easy. People talk over one other, or don’t notice that the shy person has been waiting forever to say something. Expanded Discourse, a project by Zoe Padgett and Gerardo Guerrero, uses inflatable clothing to mediate conversations during office meetings, counseling, or tense discussions.
Los Angeles-based streetwear stalwart Black Scale have released a brand new lookbook featuring the offerings from their Spring/Summer 2014 womenswear collection. Shot in the brand’s hometown, Black Scale have stuck to what they do best. The collection has been defined as womenswear by the inclusion of printed leggings, which are also embellished with similar logos. Elsewhere the collection sees cropped vests, sleeveless hoodies, and a shorts and sweatshirt set which is emblazoned with a design very strongly inspired by the iconic dollar note design. Keep an eye on the Black Scale online store where you can pick up some of the items now and some in the coming weeks.
Sure, watching Michael Jackson strut his stuff once more is cool, but currently holograms are the preserve of the rich and richer. Fortunately, though, a team at MIT is trying to build a glasses-free 3D projection system that should be affordable enough to use at home. The system uses two liquid crystal modulators to project […]
Grandmaster of the New York Graffiti scene, Stash, has teamed up with Reebok Classic on the latest pack of Pump family sneakers. Across the Pump AXT, Pump Omni Lite, Court Victory Pump, Pump Running Dual and Insta Pump Fury silhouettes, Stash’s rough-edged crimson/grey camo contrasts red laces and black detailing to create five pairs of seriously attention-grabbing footwear. All are available to cop freely over at atmos.