In gearing up for the fall season, ASICS has unleashed a new pack of its GEL-Lyte V silhouette featuring warm seasonally-appropriate colorways.
Featuring luxurious ostrich leather uppers, each pair within the new “Tartufo” pack boasts a speckled midsole, corresponding to the suede toe box. Arriving in separate colorways of black/brown and cream/orange, the new options provide unique looks with diverse wardrobe applications. Each iteration is complete with ASICS’ classic GEL midsole for maximum comfort.
The ASICS GEL-Lyte V “Tartufo” pack will be arriving soon at retailers such as 43einhalb for a retail price of approximately $150 USD.
Highsnobiety‘s globe-trotting street style extravaganza rolls on to Tokyo, with a first installment of snaps from the city’s fashion week. Japan being the world’s capital of mind-bending style, it’s hardly surprising that the outfits on display during Tokyo Fashion Week are next-level. Included in the lineup are a duo of comically oversized Raf Simons knits from his FW16 “Nightmares and Dreams” collection, as well as some nostalgic Titanic merch and Virgil’s colossally long Off-White belts (which seem to be becoming somewhat of a trend at the minute).
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Slam Jam is a bonafide streetwear institution. The 27-year-old organization runs some of the dopest stores in Italy and, behind the scenes, it’s selling and distributing some of the biggest names in the game — Stussy, Nike Sportswear, Carhartt WIP, visvim and BBC, to name a few.
Slam Jam has started a new chapter in its history with the opening of its new store in Milan’s artist district of Brera. Some of the most desirable names in the Highsnobiety world are stocked in the new space, including Alyx Studio, Bianca Chandon, Craig Green, Fear of God, Ganryu, Undercover, WTAPS and visvim.
What’s more, the store includes a special event space that will host rotating installations from Slam Jam-affiliated brands.
Check out the space’s interior above, and be sure to pay the store a visit should you ever be in Milan.
If you need another reason to be paranoid about network security, a serious exploit that attacks a nine-year-old Linux kernel flaw is now in the wild. The researcher who found it, Phil Oester, told V3 that the attack is "trivial to execute, never fai…
It’s Nice That wrote of Oakland artist Anna Valdez back in 2014 that “her mastery of textiles is so thorough that some of her pieces almost feel like studies, an effect which makes sense considering her academic interests. With a background in anthropology she paints domestic interiors as though they were portraits, with every detail contributing to the overall effect, whether it be house plants, intricately reproduced book covers, woolly jumpers or oriental rugs.”
Most creatives work within a certain style or a medium that enhances their favourable skills. However, Dave Singley doesn’t restrict himself to one area of creativity, tackling illustration, graphic design, photography, apparel and furniture design in one fine swoop. “Yes, I am all over the place,” he says, but Dave’s work has even caught the eye of Harry Styles. Evidently there is method to his madness.
Killspencer presents a beautiful new collection of iPhone 7 cases. Simply entitled iPhone 7 Veil collection, it consists of overall six different covers, of which two are made of premium leather and the other four of premium wood. The range includes Zebrawood, Walnut, Ebony, Alcantara, Leather and Exotic Rosewood. Available for both the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, Killspencer adds a true sense of premium and luxury appeal to the smartphone through its cases. Starting at $40, you can purchase the cases now from Killspencer.
We take a look at the latest custom by The Shoe Surgeon. Known for his minimal, yet extremely premium custom sneaker creations, the designer gave this time the iconic Air Jordan 1 a vintage military fabric upper and a ripple outer sole. The outcome is yet another timeless version of this icon, that you would wish would actually come from Jordan Brand itself.