Dior Homme Fall 2014 Campaign

For Fall 2014, Dior Homme creative director Kris Van Assche worked on the concept of an individual who blossoms within a group. The collection is based on items from the memory of a generation, reworked and modernized. From the urban essentials of the parka with leather inserts to cable knit jumpers, from round-necked knitwear with ribbing to the red duffle coat, from the leather jacket to jeans as well as black leather boots. The color palette is daring with red, and treats camel as a color, and the graphic prints appear to have escaped from a young artist. The Dior Homme Fall 2014 collection will soon be available at select retailers across the globe.

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New Balance Collaborations Illustrated by Ghica Popa

Following his “Space Sneaker” illustrations, Bucharest-based illustrator Ghica Popa has morphed five of his favorite New Balance collaborative releases into cartoon machines. The West NYC “Alpine Guide” MT580 becomes a snowmobile; the Concepts “C-Note” 998 transforms into an armored vehicle; the Kith “Daytona” 1600 celebrates with a pool party; the LaMJC x Undefeated x colette MT580 appears to be a professional team’s coach touring bus; and Sneaker Freaker’s “Tassie Devil” 998 becomes a robotic version of the endangered Tasmanian Devil. Be sure to visit Ghica’s official website to see more of his work.

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Air Jordan 1 Mid “White/Cool Grey-White”

If you’re looking for a subdued version of the Air Jordan 1 for the coming months, you might just have found the right one. With its spotless white-on-white upper, the latest version of the Air Jordan 1 Mid is as clean as it possibly gets. Besides white, the only other color featured on the mid top is Cool Grey along the embroidered branding. Available now, you can pick up a pair directly from Titolo.

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Google Hires Fashion Expert Ivy Ross To Head Glass

Ivy Ross is being tasked with making the wearable technology attractive to the style-conscious masses.

Google Glass can do everything from snap photos to aid navigation. But one thing it can’t do–so far, at least–is make you look cool. Outside nerdy tech niches, most are reluctant to embrace the $1,500 reality-augmenting eyewear that’s been mercilessly ridiculed by the likes of SNL.

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