Stadium Goods Launches 24-Hour Flash Sale With 15% Off Sitewide

For one day only, popular sneakers and streetwear resale platform Stadium Goods will be taking 15 percent off everything online for its spring sale, valid on everything from the latest YEEZYs to all-time grails from Jordan brand, Supreme, and Palace.

Kicking off today, March 20, at 12 a.m. ET and ending 11.59 p.m., all sale prices will be automatically reflected in the price tags displayed on the site, and can’t be combined with any other exisiting promotion.

Struggling for shopping inspiration? Well, coveted recent kicks including the adidas YEEZY Boost 700 “Inertia”, and Air Jordan 1 “Turbo Green” are a good place to start, not to mention the best of Supreme‘s most recent drops, including dope accessories such as band-aids and a lighter holster.

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The new frontier for ultra-wealthy tourists? Underwater hotels and restaurants

“It’s like riding in a first-class cabin on Emirates airline,” says the interior architect behind one $50,000-per-night hotel suite beneath the Indian Ocean.

Along the rocky southern coast of Norway, 16 feet below sea level is just deep enough to touch the white sandy sea floor. At that point, the choppy water clears and you can view the fauna and fish that make up Norwegian aquatic life.

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Kiko Kostadinov & Camper Debut Wild New Women’s Footwear Collab

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Kiko Kostadinov and Camper are back together for another collaboration, this time working on a pair of women’s boots. The footwear was debuted during the designer’s SS19 womenswear show in London.

Leading Kiko Kostadinov’s womenswear division are twin sisters Deanna and Laura Fanning. Here, Deanna and Laura aim to engage with the female form through innovative cutting, bold contouring and an engineered approach to knitwear.

The new Kiko Kostadinov x Camper collab is based on Camper’s Brooke heel, offered as an ankle boot and a knee-high boot. The boots feature asymmetrical panelling and unexpected materials that no doubt catch the eye.








At the end of the day, Kiko Kostadinov is aiming to push the boundaries of contemporary design, as well as the future of women’s footwear. You can look forward to Kiko Kostadinov and Camper’s Brooke heel boots launching globally on March 20 on camper.com and at Camper Lab stores in London, Paris and New York City.

Suicoke’s Moto-V & Depa-V2 Sandals Return in Vibrant Neon Purple Colorway

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Brand: Suicoke

Models: Moto-V and Depa-V2 Sandals

Key Features: The Moto-V boasts leather uppers that are reinforced with durable nylon straps, finished with a woven logo patch. The Depa-V2 flaunts a panelled upper that held in place with durable nylon straps and finished with a woven logo patch. Both silhouettes are outfitted with durable Vibram soles.

Release Date: March 21

Price: TBC

Buy: Suicoke

Editor’s Notes: After dropping Patch Slider Sandals made in conjunction with Palm Angels, Suicoke is back with vibrant iterations of its popular Moto-V and Depa-V2 silhouettes in a purple with neon-green makeover, just in time for spring.

Availability begins March 21 on Suicoke’s North America website, followed by select retailers such as Commonwealth, Off the Hook and more later this month.

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Google’s Stadia Platform Is the Future of Cloud-Based Gaming

Google has introduced its new cloud-based gaming platform, Stadia, at its annual Game Developers Conference in San Francisco on Tuesday. Touted as the “future of gaming,” the streaming game service is designed to run on everything from PCs and Android phones to Google’s own Chromecast devices.

Introducing #Stadia, an all-new way to play from Google. Coming in 2019 → https://t.co/k04HS5hrVw #GDC19 pic.twitter.com/UQvD3m4jkJ

— Google (@Google) March 19, 2019

The Netflix-like service is expected to launch later this year with big name titles including Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and Doom Eternal, and it’s Google’s plan to take on game industry leaders such as Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo even without a console system. The service will be accessible over the internet on a variety of platforms.

Google says Stadia will be able to offer 4K gaming at up to 60fps, as well as HDR and surround sound, with the view to stream at 8K resolutions and 120fps in the near future. Since Stadia will run across multiple devices, allowing you to instantly switch between different screens, the games can be accessed via Play Now buttons which can appear after a YouTube video, as well as the dedicated Stadia Store and Stadia Player where you’ll be able to launch your games from, just by clicking a link.

In order to play the games, Google is offering a hardware component with the Stadia Controller, which was previously teased last week. The traditional looking gamepad boasts dual analog joysticks, four face buttons, and shoulder buttons. The controller will connect to the cloud via wi-fi, and includes a “share” button to connect to YouTube and a Google Assistant button.

In regards to how Stadia is powered, Google has teamed up with AMD to create a custom GPU that powers its worldwide data centers in more than 200 countries that is streamed over hundreds of millions of miles of fiber optic cable.

Google didn’t reveal pricing or how many games the service will have at launch, but for more details about Stadia, follow on over to the brand’s official website.

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