Ahead of dropping Free Spirit next month, Khalid has delivered a music video for his latest single, “Talk.” The upbeat track serves as the lead single from his sophomore album and is produced by Disclosure. In the accompanying visual, we spot Khalid dancing while performing the song amidst a variety of colorful backdrops.
Free Spirit follows Khalid’s 2017 debut album, American Teen and is out on April 5 via RCA. After you watch the video, pre-order the record here.
With a percentage of the profits going to the Autotype Emerging Designer Scholarship Program, there’s a striking custom Autotype + Icon “Old School” BR #66 up for auction online now. This rebuild of a 1966 Ford Bronco (bright orange, of course) is impeccably executed, with a proprietary ICON Art Morrison chassis and coil-over suspension along with a removable full hard top. The auction ends this Friday, …
Apple has officially announced and sent out invites for a media event that will be held on Monday, March 25 at the Steve Jobs Theater on the Apple Park Campus. This comes after BuzzFeed first reported back in February that the Cupertino tech giant is slated to unveil its rumored news service on the same date in March.
The event, which will begin at 10 a.m. PST, features the tagline “It’s Show Time,” and suggests that the event will focus on services rather than hardware, such as the rumored Apple News service and a streaming TV service.
Please join us for an Apple special event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino.
Previous rumors suggested that Apple News service will add paid subscription options to Apple News, allowing users access to paid content on sites like The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and more for a fee of $9.99 per month.
As for the TV service, which is expected to launch as early as sometime this spring, Apple reportedly has more than two dozen original TV shows already in the works, many of which have been cast, and will eventually debut through their streaming service.
According to an announcement posted on Apple’s events website page, the company will livestream the “It’s Show Time” event on its website and through Apple TV.
After getting a preview of the brand’s sustainable footwear for Summer 2019, Nike gives us a look at its new women’s sneakers for summer. Including old and new models alike, silhouettes range from the Air Force 1 to the Air Max 720 and beyond, as the sportswear company continues to place a concerted effort in utilizing sustainable materials.
Senior Creative Director for Nike Women’s Footwear, Georgina James, has provided her thoughts on five standouts from the new collection, with the ZoomX Vista Grind, Air Max FF720, VaporMax 2 Random, Air Max Box and Air VaporMax Flyknit 2 LXX Swarovski. She points out that the ZoomX Vista Grind pairs bold and exaggerated features around the midsole, while the Air Max FF720 gives the 720 Air Max bag a women’s-specific stance, boasting a new upper design, midsole and outsole.
Nike’s VaporMax 2 Random, teased in the Summer 2019 sustainable footwear preview, is constructed from leftover Flyknit yarn that would have been sent to the landfill. The Air Sole is 75 percent recycled, too. The Air Max Box then draws on the Air Max 270 platform, presenting a sneaker that gives the wearer enhanced comfort and stability, specifically for boxing workouts.
Lastly, the Air VaporMax Flyknit 2 LXX Swarovski is an absolute eye-catcher. Nike notes that some have been inquiring about wearing the sneaker to various awards shows.
After previewing Nike’s Summer 2019 women’s sneakers via the gallery above, hit the comments with your thoughts on the collection. The shoes are all due out this summer.
As new seasons are on the horizon, Nike takes the opportunity to preview its sustainable footwear for Summer 2019. The selection of upcoming sneakers demonstrates new ways to approach color, construction and material innovation.
Nike kicks off its Summer 2019 sustainable footwear by introducing the “Plant Color” collection. Utilizing plant-based dye, the capsule — consisting of the Air Max 95 and the Blazer Low — draws inspiration from alternative ways to make color.
Next, the brand’s “Flyleather Earth Day” pack features one of Nike’s most sustainable materials in Flyleather, paired with artist Steve Harrington’s signature aesthetic. The thematic Air Force 1, Blazer Low and Cortez are designed to give the wearer a more profound appreciation for the planet.
Nike’s VaporMax 2 Random then makes use of excess Flyknit yarn, that would have previously been shipped to the landfill, to deliver a truly one-of-a-kind Air Max.
Scan through the gallery above for a glimpse at Nike’s sustainable Summer 2019 sneakers, which will release throughout the summer.
Key Pieces: The standouts include a range of outerwear, like the graphic printed bomber jackets and military-styled parkas, as well as the lineup of logo-printed suits and embroidered crewneck sweaters. Some of the caps, like the New Era fitted with a color plaque logo on the front panel and footwear with Vibram soles are solid offerings as well.
Editor’s Notes: Following the unveiling of luxe 18-karat gold carabiners, Japanese label uniform experiment now showcases its SS19 collection, just in time for the start of spring.
In the lookbook above, the brand displays its expertise in combining contemporary aesthetics infused with streetwear ethos, rock punk style and a hint of sportswear sensibilities. Silhouettes for the season consist of MA-1 bombers and military-styled parkas detailed with painted iterations of the branding, as well as Harrington jackets. Formal offerings are also evident with logo-printed suits, tailored trousers, and long-sleeve button-up shirts. Rounding out the collection are a series of loose-fitting shorts, tees and a range of accessories including socks, various bag styles and caps, as well as the relaunch of the brand’s footwear outfitted with thick Vibram soles.
If you like what you see, you can shop the entire collection at SOPHNET.’s stores and SOPH.’s online store now.
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American artist Dorothea Tanning refused to be confined by labels. “Women artists. There is no such thing – or person,” she famously declared. Similarly, while she is most frequently categorised under the “surrealist” bracket, thanks to the dreamlike imagery, fantastical landscapes and inexplicable happenings that punctuate her oeuvre, in later life she said, “I still believe in the surrealist effort to plumb our deepest subconscious to find out about ourselves. But please…