More Colorful GUESS Pieces Just Dropped & You Can Cop Them Here

Urban Outfitters has taken the wraps off a colorful new collection of goods from GUESS. The retailer’s penchant for curating some of the best berands continues, and we have selected our favorites for you to choose from.

Our selection includes logos, striped tees, rugby tops, hoodies and more goods that channel GUESS’ classic Americana design sense. For a full look at our top choices from the drop, browse through the shopping links below.

As always, follow @Highsnobietyshopping on Instagram to stay updated on the go.

For more in shopping news, be sure to check out favorite pieces from COMME des GARÇONS PLAY right here.

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Hidden Mangroves Heads to Japan for Exclusive Spring Capsule

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Brand: Hidden Mangroves

Season: Spring/Summer 2018

Key Pieces: The collection all-over pattern, short-sleeved shirt, and grey crewneck sweatshirt.

Editor’s Notes: As previously covered in our Under the Radar series, burgeoning UK-based streetwear imprint Hidden Mangroves reveals its latest offerings for SS18.

With the brand’s foundation rooted in the London skate community and culture, this lookbook captured in Japan, documents the label extending their global connection.

Featuring T-shirts made from 100% USA cotton, and button-down shirts all crafted in their atelier with fabrics hand-picked in Rwanda, the latest Hidden Mangroves collection can now be discovered via the link below.

In other style news, Balenciaga Men’s SS18 has arrived and it’s filled with bangers.

Kanye West Says This Will Be His New Album Cover

While it seems like a highly implausible reality, Kanye West says his next album cover will feature surgeon Jan Adams.

In a text to artist Wes Lang, West plainly states “This is my album cover. This is plastic surgeon Jan Adams. The person who performed my moms final surgery.” In the text exchange, he also asks Lang for ideas for the album, which is slated to include seven songs, dropping on June 1.

Previously, Lang worked with West for his Yeezus tour merch in 2013. West’s mother Donda West passed away after complications following liposuction and breast-reduction surgery.

Stay posted for updates as they arrive.

— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) April 28, 2018

— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) April 28, 2018

I've got a new challenge for everyone today. Pick somebody that you had an argument with that you think you hate maybe even someone you haven't spoken to in years and contact that person and tell them I love you.

— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) April 28, 2018

Eytys Drop Some Super Clean Canvas Sneakers Just in Time for Summer

Eytys has been killing it lately. The brand has become known for its super-chunky sneakers that were everywhere this winter, and while we still can see some fans rocking the Angel Trail silhouette well into July, sometimes the heat requires something a little lighter.

Enter Eytys Mother sneaker. The canvas sneaker (which also comes in a luxe red suede) features a thicker-than-average rubber sole with an embossed logo around the heel counter, a contrasting Grosgrain pull-loop and tonal stitching throughout.

Ranging in price from $150 to $190, and coming in a variety of colorways, the Eytys Mother sneaker is the clean canvas sneaker your summer wardrobe needs.

For more in shopping news, be sure to check our roundup of some of the best spring pieces to cop from COMME des GARÇONS PLAY right here.

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MADHAPPY Gears Up for Summer With a Very Wearable Basics Collection

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Season: Spring/Summer 2018

Key Pieces: Dubbed “Basics” for a reason, really any piece will work with another, or anything else you currently have in your wardrobe. In other words, you really can’t go wrong with any of them.

Editor’s Notes: LA-based brand MADHAPPY follows up its Chromophobic collection with a pastel-perfect assortment just in time for the spring/summer season.

While past collections featured playful graphic work across their signature hoodies and sweats, this time around, the Los Angeles label stayed true to the collection title and kept it real basic. The brand’s logo appears on each piece, while ‘fits can be complicated via the cropped offerings.

Pick up your favorite piece now directly from the brand’s website.

In other fashion news, this week’s Snobshots roundup was anything but basic. Check it out here.

Amazing Timelapse Shows ‘Unbreakable’ El Capitain Speed Record Being Broken


On a cold, misty morning in late October 2017, after 11 previous attempts, Brad Gobright and Jim Reynolds broke the standing speed record on The Nose (formerly held by Alex Honnold and Hans Florine) with an unbelievable new time of 2 hours, 19 minutes, and 44 seconds.

Masterfully filmed by Tristan Greszko, he recounts: “Watching this as it happened was one of the more incredible spectacles I’ve ever witnessed; an amazing display of superhuman mastery unlike anything I’ve seen before…”

You can read more about the historic climb on National Geographic. For those curious, the song is “It’s Only” by Odesza featuring Zyra.


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Memphis Group Founding Member Peter Shire on the Power of Kitsch


“I’ve had a couple of openings now where many, many people wore stripes for me,” says the Los Angeles-based artist Peter Shire. Today his long-sleeved striped shirt, which Shire’s studio manager calls his “uniform”, is red and has been teamed with a bright yellow undershirt and a lime green puffer jacket. “I’m being very cognisant and careful about the grouping and the colours,” he explains. “Like with this one, I distinctly wore a yellow shirt underneath because you’ve got…

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The Shirk Report – Volume 471



Welcome to the Shirk Report where you will find 20 funny images, 10 interesting articles and 5 entertaining videos from the last 7 days of sifting. Most images found on Reddit; articles from Facebook, Twitter, and email; videos come from everywhere. Any suggestions? Send a note to [email protected]



When you know you can’t hop a fence
Me every day
Enough Ja
*Checks phone for car model and license plate*
Not all heroes wear capes
Behind the burger drop
How to use the N64 controller
My bad officer
It’s called grazing and it’s delicious
This kid is going to take us to Mars
Just the Queen in a hoodie driving in her Range
This bar has a vending machine filled with random items and it’s amazing
So Chuck E. Cheese’s origin story is kind of dark
Bus wraps continue to entertain
Tax line killed me
No joke, this just happened
Until next week



North Korea’s Kim Jong-un pledges ‘new history’ with South Korea
Climbers Crush ‘Unbeatable’ Speed Record on El Capitan
A case study of El Paquete Semanal or “The Weekly Package” – the pervasive, offline internet in Cuba
How Amazon Became the World’s Biggest Retailer
A Dying 700-Year-Old Banyan Tree Was Brought Back to Life With an IV
Meet Lil Miquela, the AI Influencer with Over a Million Followers on Instagram
This is how Facebook collects data on you even if you don’t have an account
A Lynching Memorial Is Opening. The Country Has Never Seen Anything Like It.
How Do You Control 1.4 Billion People?
Cars Are Ruining Our Cities


5 VIDEOS + just for laughs















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Fashion Designer John Skelton is Weaving Tales With Fabric

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In support of 2018’s Fashion Revolution Week – an opportunity to reconsider the industry’s impact on the world, and the people living in it – is running a week-long series of stories about ethical fashion. Here, we encourage you to follow John Skelton, a British  designer propositioning a new kind of sustainability. 

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This MIT Machine Captures The Dreams You Never Remember

Great artists and thinkers have found inspiration in their lucid “microdreams” for centuries. Now, there’s an interface that can record them for you.

Beethoven, Poe, and Tesla all claimed to use a bizarre creative technique to come up with some of their ideas–a method that involved accessing their dreams to hunt down brilliant concepts and bring them into the conscious world. Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are trying to build on the fabled process with an interface for dreams. They call it Dormio.

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