In our latest Street Style snap, we capture Carla Sison and Krésten Thøgersen in outfits by Eleven Paris. The early spring getups makes use of relatively conservative color palettes, drawing attention to the clothing’s details and textures. Worn by Sison, a partially see-through cobalt blue top contrasts strongly against a laser-cut miniskirt, all of which is complemented by her sought-after pair of Nike x Riccardo Tisci Air Force 1 Low sneakers. Thøgersen, meanwhile, is captured in the retailer’s allover Socket shirt. Dark denim jeans and a pair of Dr. Marten kicks finish off the casual look.
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Street Style: Carla Sison and Krésten Thøgersen in Eleven Paris is a post by Brock Cardiner on Highsnobiety.
After taking a look at Marcelo Burlon‘s County of Milan Spring/Summer 2014 Women’s collection, the Italian brand has now released a short video from the shoot. Acting as a behind-the-scenes look as well as a video lookbook, the shoot stars models Binx, Gia Tang, Karolijn Zomer, Leomie Anderson, Malika Askarova, and blogger Tina Leung. Set to the rap mix of Kingdom’s “Stalker Ha,” the cheeky video shows the girls playing around and having fun in front of the camera.
Marcelo Burlon County of Milan Spring/Summer 2014 Women’s Video Lookbook is a post by Marta Sundac on Highsnobiety.
Copenhagen-based brand Avec presents the Spring/Summer 2014 lookbook for its debut collection, “L’enfant Terrible.” Inspired by the house and rave cultures of the early 90s, the collection features athletic references and anti fitted cuts alongside subtle details and a variety of different fabrics. By utilizing various production methods and materials, the collection contains oxford shirts with jersey sleeves and cropped sweatpants in a jacquard-woven pattern combined with the use of embroideries, as seen on the standout item, L’enfant Terrible oxford shirt.
Avec Spring/Summer 2014 “L’enfant Terrible” Lookbook is a post by Brian Farmer on Highsnobiety.
Sportswear and lifestyle brand Rapha Performance Roadwear has introduced its Spring/Summer 2014 “City” collection. Shot in Barcelona, Rapha’s new collection brings together contemporary tailoring and high-performance fabrics. This season’s collection is the label’s largest yet, with new arrivals for both men and women complementing redesigns of old favorites. All made to withstand the rigors of urban riding and city living, Rapha’s ”City” collection is now available at the brand’s online shop.
Rapha Spring/Summer 2014 “City” Lookbook is a post by Brian Farmer on Highsnobiety.
Offering a look back at “100 Years of Pop Music in New York,” eight covers adorn the latest edition of New York magazine’s annual “Yesteryear” issue. A young Jay Z can be seen above on one of the upcoming covers, the photograph was taken in 1997 and sees the New York native wearing a Cincinnati Reds cap with a matching red undershirt, as well as a denim button-down and leather jacket. Other artists who received covers this year include The Notorious B.I.G., Bob Dylan, and Frank Sinatra.
Jay Z Covers ‘New York’ Magazine’s Annual “Yesteryear” Issue is a post by Brian Farmer on Highsnobiety.
Italian eyewear manufacturer Luxottica and Google have announced that they have agreed to join forces to design, develop and distribute a new breed of eyewear for Glass. The announcement offers a far reaching strategic partnership between Luxottica and Google to work together across multiple efforts on the creation of “innovative iconic wearable devices.” In particular, the two corporations will establish a team of experts devoted to working on the design, development, tooling and engineering of Glass products that straddle the line between high-fashion, lifestyle and innovative technology. Two major proprietary brands of Luxottica, Ray-Ban and Oakley will be a part of the collaboration with Glass; however details about these new products will be disclosed at a later stage. The first collection generated by this partnership is said to combine high-end technology with avant-garde design offering the best in style, quality and performance.
Google Partners with Luxottica to Bring Glass Technology to Ray-Ban and Oakley is a post by Brian Farmer on Highsnobiety.
undecorated MAN and its man at the helm, Yoshio Kubo, serve up a compelling lineup for the upcoming Fall/Winter 2014 season. Drawing inspiration from retro and hunting wear, the collection boasts a generous amount of reworked classics, such as pin-stripe overcoats, blazers and bombers with fur accents paired with color-blocked shirts and muted sweats. Colors schemes of navy, burgundy and khaki are set against seasonal Nordic-inspired patterns adorning various knit pieces and headwear. Look for the full collection to drop at select retailers in the coming months.
undecorated MAN Fall/Winter 2014 Lookbook is a post by Fritz Radtke on Highsnobiety.
English fashion journalist Hamish Bowles recently joined Kim Kardashian and Kanye West in their quest for the perfect wedding dress. In anticipation of the issue’s official release, Vogue has released a portion of the couple’s cover story as well as several inside images from their glamorous shoot with famed photographer Annie Leibovitz.
Although North has inherited her father’s furrowed, quizzical brow, the pretty ten-month-old who is the focus of all this attention seems an island of preternatural serenity in the roiling sea of frenetic activity that is la vie Kimye.
North’s parents have already involved her in their creative lives. “I take pictures of her all the time and dress her up,” says Kim. “I put Kanye’s big chains around her, and I put a little Louis bag and some Jordans, and I was like, ‘What up, Daddy?’ ” Kanye, meanwhile, has made an adorable little stop-frame video of North caught in her natural movements that he’s edited to make it appear as if she’s break-dancing.
To read the full article from the April issue, get it at newsstands on March 31 or download the digital edition here.
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian’s ‘Vogue’ Cover Story and Inside Images is a post by Brian Farmer on Highsnobiety.
After checking out the Raf Simons for adidas Stan Smith “Stripes & Straps” pack last week, we now take a look at the Response Trail first seen several months back. Perhaps the most divisive sneaker thus far from the collaboration, the silhouette picks up where the De Stijl hiking boot left off, thanks in large part to the striking colors and unorthodox lines. The collaboration takes one of adidas’ trail specific styles from the ’90s as a starting point before going under the knife of the renowned Belgian designer. Besides the shape many find jarring, the sneakers’ adjustable plastic heel tab adds yet another dimension to the collection’s “shoe in shoe” concept.
Pick up a pair now from No.74.
Raf Simons for adidas Response Trail is a post by Brock Cardiner on Highsnobiety.
LA-based retailer UNION has just released a special “89″ capsule collection including two T-shirts and two hoodies. Honoring the store’s beginnings in 1989, the items were previously only available to staff and friends of the store. However, they’re now available for public release. The sweats and tees feature classic football jersey-style “UNION” and “89″ emblazoned on the back in either grey/fluorescent yellow or black/fluorescent orange colorways. For the lookbook, they headed out to Joshua Tree National Park with model Adrienne Ho to show off the new pieces, which you can pick up at UNION now.
UNION “89″ Capsule Collection is a post by Marta Sundac on Highsnobiety.