Art Comes First have unveiled their latest Autumn/Winter 17 collection, drawing inspiration from from the Bills of Léopoldville, who were active in the 1950s. The Congolese teenagers who adopted American western styling, opposed the political climate at that time. The ACF crew have mixed husky denim with classic creepers, leather vests with tassel fringe details, bespoke suiting and trucker caps. The campaign features the stylish siblings of the Akins Collective. Read more […]
Emily Ratajkowski is the face of her new co-designed Emily bag with The Kooples. Made with calfskin leather, there are two bellows pockets with a front pocket providing an extra burst of chic, as the removable belt strap gives the bag a rock & roll aesthetic. Ratajkowski also stars in the coinciding video titled ‘The Break Up’. She completely destroys an ex’s flat along with his record collection and guitar, which she sets on fire. Whilst Emily Ratajkowski may be smoking hot, you may not Read more […]
adidas have teamed up with drum and bass icon Goldie to star in their new adidas SPEZIAL lookbook. The latest collection, whilst boasting a series of colourways for the legendary shoe, also include water-repellent vests, graphic tees, track suits and Ardwick Anorak hooded jacket. Of course Goldie being the character that he is, adds a high level of energy as well a B-Boy sensibility which is a part of his blueprint. Read more […]
Returning to their homebase of London, the AllSaints brand celebrate the spirit of the city with thir new Autumn 2017 collection. Inspired by the vibrancy and culture of London, pieces include women’s cropped flare jeans, tanks, frayed jeans, as well as men’s polo shirts, bomber jackets and cropped chino trousers. After venturing around the world, the company have come back to the place where it all started. Read more […]
New York brand rag & bone and the iconic brand Schott NYC come together for an exclusive version of the Perfecto biker jacket. Taking the blueprint of what Schott NYC have crafted yet constructed the jacket with their own leather, zippers and more, the rag & bone team have kept the integrity of the original version yet have given it a subtle makeover, making it fitting for the now. Read more […]
Pulling inspiration from New York City of the past, luxury brand Louis Vuitton unveil their 2017 men’s fall/winter campaign. Taking elements of the late 70s downtown style, the collection takes a nod at the period of bohemian artists, filmmakers and musicians of the Lower East Side with a mid-town elegance. Pieces include berets, leather ankle boots, the LV kimono sweatshirt and multi-pattern pyjama sets.
DKNY is celebrating with modern woman moving through the streets of New York City in their latest Fall 2017 campaign. Enlisting model and actress Emily Ratajkowski as the star, weaving between sportswear for those work out and athletic moments and Downtown chic for the sultry night, the images lensed by Sebastian Faena features Ratajkowski trekking around Manhattan in various settings, all reflective of the Big Apple. Read more […]
New York street brand Paper Work have dropped a new capsule collection with Venice California Punk-Metal legends EXCEL. Drawing inspiration from old EXCEL flyers and designs created by Ric Clayton and Alexis Ross, the collection includes tees, sweaters and tote bags.
HUGO by Hugo Boss recruit an A-list of entertainers with their latest Autumn/Winter 2017 campaign shot by Harley Weir. MIA is among the lot which also includes Jamie Campbell Bower, Lisa and Lena, Tony Ward and more.
The fashion company have pulled inspiration from David Lynch and Mark Frost’s drama Twin Peaks which features a sharp collection of tailored suiting, animal print bomber jackets, multi-print sweaters and overcoats.
A fairground in California serves as the backdrop for the vibrant campaign.
Dr. Martens celebrate the beauty of diversity with their latest ‘Worn Different’ campaign. Highlighting a wide array of people from all age groups, genders and walks of life, the company have placed a spotlight on artists and athletes including DJ and producer Oneman, pro-wakeboarder Liam Peacock, singer and artist Seven, as well as post-punk musician and journalist John Robb of The Membranes. Dr. Martens have also shared a video to accompany the campaign which states that there is no wrong or right way of wearing their product. We surely commend the company for their latest efforts at showcasing a diverse line-up.