In honor of size?’s latest exclusive Nike pack, we’ve created a video featuring all three silhouettes. Consisting of the Air Max Light, Air Huarache and Air Max 93, each model is available in an “Army” tone or a “Navy” option, while mixes of khaki green and golden yellow alongside the dark and azure blues mesh perfectly with the heavy canvas, neoprene and textured leather panels.
To highlight the pack’s striking colorways, the bold video, directed by David Zalesky, with camera and editing by Emila Kurylowicz, sets each model against a colorful, contrasting background. Music is provided by Adam Walicki with styling by Varvara Frol and modeling by Cezary Zacharewicz.
Shop the Nike “Army & Navy” pack now exclusively at size?.
Highsnobiety TV | Nike “Army & Navy” Pack – size? Exclusive is a post by Brock Cardiner on Highsnobiety.
After the success of Beyoncé‘s fifth album release, which was unleashed to her fans without any warning, it’s no surprise other artists are following suit. The next musician to take the marketing-free approach is Kid Cudi, who last night informed his fans via Twitter that his up-coming album was now available. Originally due out on April 29, Cudi’s fourth studio album, ‘Satellite Flight: The Journey To Mother Moon’, contains 10 tracks and is currently only available for digital download. You can get it now via iTunes.
Kid Cudi Has Just Released his Album ‘Satellite Flight: The Journey To Mother Moon’ is a post by Maude Churchill on Highsnobiety.
As they’ve done in past seasons, Japanese magazine WARP has created an editorial for Supreme‘s Spring/Summer 2014 collection. Using a similar aesthetic featured in the New York brand’s own lookbook, the photo series opts for a colorful and contrasting set of images. Young artist Lucien Smith models Supreme’s celebratory 20th anniversary pieces which include creations done in collaboration with Playboy, Champion and Schott.
Look for Supreme’s Spring/Summer 2014 collection now in New York, London, Japan and Los Angeles, and expect a wider release on Thursday, February 27 straight from Supreme’s online shop.
Supreme Spring/Summer 2014 Editorial by ‘WARP’ Magazine is a post by Brock Cardiner on Highsnobiety.
MR PORTER has teamed up with hip-hop artist and producer Travi$ Scott to shoot an editorial which will accompany an interview in the 154th issue of The Journal. “Musically, I just want to inspire so many people. One day Travi$ is going to be moving like The Beatles.” In the interview, Scott speaks on how he got his start and what’s to come in the future, all while modeling some stage-ready looks which can be seen in the gallery above. “Music is in a good place, it’s a do-it-yourself world, and people are more receptive than they’ve ever been.” Scott’s first studio album is due out in mid 2014, while the new issue of The Journal arrives tomorrow.
Travi$ Scott for MR PORTER’s ‘The Journal’ Issue 154 is a post by Brian Farmer on Highsnobiety.
Back in the 1990s there was an epic struggle between Sega and Nintendo – fought on a digital battleground where weapons took on names like Sega Master System, DreamCast, NES, and Nintendo 64. Looking to prove who could push the boundaries on both graphic presentation as well as storytelling, the competition served as a precursor as to what’s happening between a service like Netflix and traditional cable providers. Today brings news that Seth Rogen and his longtime collaborator Evan Goldberg are developing a movie that they will direct and write based on the book Console Wars. The synopsis tells us, “Following the success of The Accidental Billionaires and Moneyball comes Console Wars—a mesmerizing, behind-the-scenes business thriller that chronicles how Sega, a small, scrappy gaming company led by an unlikely visionary and a team of rebels, took on the juggernaut Nintendo and revolutionized the video game industry.” Produced by Scott Rudin who had his hand in The Social Network as well as Mike Judge’s upcoming series Silicon Valley, it seems that we’ve reached an era in entertainment where we thirst to see what’s behind the curtain.
Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg Developing a Movie Centered on the Nintendo Vs. Sega “Console Wars” is a post by Alec Banks on Highsnobiety.
A step away from some of Nike‘s more familiar silhouettes is the LunarFly 306. First released in 2013, it’s an unusual pairing of modern technology with Nike’s ’90s slogan, ‘Just Do It.’ The oversized slogan is printed across the front strap, which are removable if you so desire. The rest of the upper is crafted from black mesh with volt yellow peaking through from underneath. The yellow theme is carried on through the Lunar sole and the shades are balanced by highlights of metallic silver on the heel and lining. This version will be available over the coming months at all major Nike Sportswear retailers.
Nike LunarFly 306 “Black/Volt” is a post by Maude Churchill on Highsnobiety.
Samsung today announced the fifth generation of its GALAXY S series. The Galaxy S5 features a 16 megapixel camera and offers the world’s fastest autofocus speed up to 0.3 seconds. Also, the new Selective Focus feature allows users to focus on a specific area of an object while simultaneously blurring out the background. With this capability, consumers no longer need a special lens kit to create a shallow depth of field. For consumers seeking a faster connection, the GALAXY S5 now features Download Booster, an innovative Wi-Fi technology for boosting data speed by bonding Wi-Fi and LTE simultaneously. With the enhanced S Health 3.0, the Galaxy S5 offers a pedometer, diet and exercise records, and built-in heart rate monitor.
The GALAXY S5 features a perforated pattern on the back cover creating a modern look. Its sleek, contoured shape comes in an variety of vivid colors, including charcoal black, shimmery white, electric blue and copper gold. Additionally, the GALAXY S5 is dust and water resistant. It also offers a Finger Scanner, providing a screen locking feature and safe mobile payment experience. The Samsung GALAXY S5 will be available beginning in April.
Samsung GALAXY S5 is a post by Brian Farmer on Highsnobiety.
To show that an Aston Martin has versatility to match its braun and beauty, the British manufacturer has launched a series of winter driving schools. The US program was held last week at Laci Ranch,…
Los Angeles-based brand Hall of Fame has released the lookbook for its Spring 2014 collection. The sportswear-inspired label has once again turned to photographer Akira Ruiz, who shot the lookbook in Colombia. Shot on location in Santiago de Cali at a soccer match in El Popular and Las Trés Cruces, all reflect the athletic aesthetic of Hall of Fame. The collection includes a number of jersey styles, a branded zip-up, a pullover hoodie, 5-panel caps and more. The entire collection will be available from the Hall of Fame Fairfax flagship store, online and select retailers worldwide from February 28. View the full lookbook here.
Hall of Fame Spring 2014 Lookbook is a post by Maude Churchill on Highsnobiety.
Japanese magazine GRIND presents their latest editorial for Spring/Summer 2014 featuring a number of recognizable faces. Shot on the sunny streets of Los Angeles, COMME des GARCONS HOMME’s current offerings are worn by Odd Future’s Lucas Vercetti and Anwar Carrots of Peas and Carrots, in addition to several other Southern Californian locals. The Japanese brand once again exhibits a range of wearable, street-friendly pieces alongside the patchwork and patterning they’re known for.
COMME des GARCONS HOMME Spring/Summer 2014 Editorial by ‘GRIND’ Magazine is a post by staff on Highsnobiety.