Gesaffelstein is back with a vengeance. The enigmatic French producer has returned with the new single “Reset,” along with a brilliant accompanying music video. Essentially a rap video without any of the actual rapping, the visual also features a clear reference to rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine. Watch it above.
Gesaffelstein’s last full-length release was his debut album Aleph, which arrived in 2013. More recently, he notably worked with The Weeknd on the latter’s My Dear Melancholy, EP, which was released in March of this year.
In other news, Ariana Grande has gloriously sent up your favorite rom-coms in her instantly iconic new video for “thank u, next.”
Well would you believe it, it’s the 1st of December. And as is tradition here at It’s Nice That at the beginning of each month, we’ve pulled together our team’s top picks of exhibitions and events to check out throughout the coming weeks.
This year, Highsnobiety will be giving away one pair of sneakers every day until December 24, when the contest ends with a big surprise. Today’s prize is the OFF-WHITE x Nike Zoom Fly SP.
Leading up to Christmas, you must enter the contest each day through our Highsnobiety Sneakers chatbot on Facebook in order to be eligible on that day. Submitting your entry for one day does not make you eligible to win the remaining days, and the entry period will last 24 hours, ending each day at 12 p.m. ET.
A new sneaker model will be revealed each day, first through the chatbot, then on Highsnobiety.com. If you subscribe to the chatbot you’ll get notified each day once the new giveaway is live, and winners will be messaged when selected.
Day 1: Win the OFF-WHITE x Nike Zoom Fly SP
How to enter:
1. Follow Highsnobiety Sneakers and Xhibition on Instagram.
2. Subscribe to our Highsnobiety Sneakers chatbot on Facebook by clicking “Get Started” and send us a message with today’s hashtag: #HSxSnowman with your size in one message, for example “#HSxSnowman US7.” The hashtag will change with each subsequent day.
The crewneck’s return was announced back in August when Supreme dropped its mammoth Fall/Winter 2018 lookbook and leads the pack in terms of must-cop FW18 items. The rainbow of colors in which the pullover drops means you can opt for in-your-face shades of peach, bright blue, red, or mustard yellow, or more muted, easy-to-’fit gray, navy, black, forest green, or white.
Per the rumor tweeted above, the crew neck will retail for $158, but you’ll need to be fast to cop at that price, as resale prices are sure to be much steeper.
Which color will you be looking to cop? Let us know in the comments.
Don’t understand the hype? Here’s everything you need to know about the Supreme box logo.
A Dolce & Gabbana ad highlights luxury fashion’s entrenched racism–but the consumer response suggests the world has had enough.
In a recent Dolce & Gabbana advertisement, a Chinese woman struggles to eat spaghetti. She looks baffled and confused, an ingenue who has limited experience with pasta. She is so provincial that she uses her chopsticks to awkwardly twirl the noodles. What an imbecile, the viewer is supposed to think, having a good laugh at her expense.
In this dreamlike sequence, artist and activist Sue Austin explores a coral reef in the world’s first underwater wheelchair. Austin lost her mobility after an extended illness in the mid-90s.
Through ‘Creating the Spectacle!’ Sue aims to use the surprising juxtaposition of an NHS wheelchair in an underwater environment to transform preconceptions, create positive empowering images and inspire people.
I don’t always get dressed up but when I do it’s for a special occasion! Headed out to go support @ourrescue tonight at a charity event to raise awareness for saving children from sex slavery. Go check out @timballard89 and what he does with @ourrescue to help these children. Please donate if you can. #bondjamesbond #jk #justdrew #lol #our #operationundergroundrailroad #fit2fat2fit