Following up its collaborations with fragment design and Jeff Koons, Louis Vuitton recently teamed up with Japanese contemporary fashion designer Kansaï Yamamoto. The designer provided traditional Japanese style prints for Louis Vuitton’s upcoming 2018 Cruise collection. To commemorate the collaboration Louis Vuitton will be debuting its 2018 Cruise collection at a presentation in Kyoto, Japan. The presentation from the Miho Museum will be available for viewing worldwide via live stream….Read More
Prada’s seasonal revamp in its stores has continued with the display of a new installation in its New York store. The Broadway Epicenter space showcased Dialogic, which consisted of backlit film stills and frames and allowing these singular frames to create a disjointed narrative all of its own. The last time Prada collaborated explicitly with an artist was a tremendous success, as the brand’s collaboration with Christophe Chemin flew off…Read More
Fashion designer Alexander Wang enlisted 21 other cutting edge musicians, models and artists to be a part of the visual aesthetics of his Spring/Summer 2016 “WANGSQUAD” campaign. The campaign includes massive swagg artist like Travi$ Scott, Alice Glass, CL, iLoveMakonnen, Vic Mensa, and Baauer. The “WANGSQUAD” campaign kicked off this week through their Instagram accounts along with a video featuring pics taken by photog Steven Klein. Baauer’s Future and Pusha T-assisted…Read More
Funny Grandma doesn’t like the new 350 Boost Yezzy sneakers by Kanye West for Adidas. She says the color is ugly, the box is crappy, the shoes are bulky and have no style. She see the price and refuses them and says “I don’t want them , take them back, sorry Kanye”Read More
The Rubber Player is back! After selling out of the last previous releases Nixon decided to hit us with two more colorways for the summer. The Black and Deep Purple Rubber Players are fresh. As always both feature 3 Hand Japanese Quartz Movement, Custom 100 Meter Stainless Steel With Hardened Mineral Crystal Case, Double Locking Clasp And A Real Diamond embedded in the face.Read More
Shepard Fairey along with Studio Number One employee Cleon Peterson applied their propaganda styled street art to the Saks Fifth Avenue Spring 2009 advertising campaign.
The campaign titled “I Want It” features the typical Shepard Fairey color scheme: red, white and black with big block letters, and Soviet-era graphics spirit of Constructivism art.