Ride Snowboards recently announced a partnership with speaker manufacturer Klipsch who creates headphones designed with snowboarding in mind. And this week we’ve teamed up with Ride Snowboards to giveaway three pairs of these Klipsch Headphones. The Image® S4i™ Rugged is a made-for-outdoor in-ear headphone and is valued at $100 per pair.
Black Scale and The Cut come together on a purple version of the ubiquitous “COMME des FUCKDOWN” graphic. The collaborative items are out today a Black Scale San Francisco, Black Scale New York, Black Scale Los Angeles as well as online at Black-Scale.com
While the words Nike, Free and Woven most likely conjure up images of the Inneva, this summer Nike is going back to the original Nike Free Woven with an attractive navy make up. Many on staff are big fans of these elastic socks when worn with shorts as a comfy summer slipper. You can look forward to a release in the coming months.
Footpatrol introduces their second collaboration with le coq sportif, the Éclat “Macaron Edition.” The project pays tribute to France’s famously intricate and elegant confectionary creation: the Macaron. With that in mind, Footpatrol set out to create a “luxury edition” of the Éclat. Like the Macaron the shoes are “crisp on the outside and smooth in the middle” with a pig-skin suede upper, super soft satin lining and hints of metallic gold running throughout alongside as a pinch of 3M. The gum sole holds it down. Due to release on Saturday June 1.
Check out this brand new capsule collection from Stussy, utilizing some eye-catching cheetah print, the brand has managed to stand out with this “Wildlife” collection. The iconic Stussy graphics – Stussy No. 4, SS Link, and Stussy Logo – have been re-imagined with the use of the custom designed “Wildlife” print. Included in the collection is the Wildlife Shirt, the only piece that features the original “Wildlife” illustration in its entirety. The Wildlife Shirt will be available later this month, but the rest of the capsule collection is currently in stock at select Stussy retailers and the Stussy Japan online store.
On the Seine shores, in the Cité de la Mode et du Design, BWGH has opened up their first store in Paris. The pop-up shop is scheduled to remain open until September 30. On the walls you’ll see blue tint areas: a tribute to Yves Klein, the brand’s favorite artist for the elegance and the depth of its monochrome masterpieces. The design of the locale has been entirely handmade by BWGH.
BWGH Les Docks – Cité de la Mode et du Design 34 quai d’Austerlitz 75013 Paris
Open from Wednesday to Sunday
The Weeknd (government name Abel Tesfaye) is back with the title track to his new album, Kiss Land, due out later this year. Nearly eight minutes long, the track is a fairly classic Weeknd tune. Let us know your thoughts.
Victoria’s Secret model Candice Swanepoel stars in ‘Hard Candy’ by Sharif Hamza for the June 2013 issue of Interview Germany. Styled by Julia von Boehm, Candice is seen in various states of undress in a vintage car, wearing clothing from the likes of Givenchy, Balenciaga, Chanel, Lanvin, Versace and Dior amongst other labels. Gorgeous shots of a beautiful woman, several of which are NSFW.
As we’ve covered extensively, Supreme is suing Married to the Mob over their decade old “Supreme Bitch” parody t-shirt. The general consensus is that this situation is a bit ridiculous as Supreme themselves are known for their own parodies and bootlegs – not to mention that fact that the logo in question is a flip of artist Barbara Kruger’s work. Kruger herself weighed in on the lawsuit, calling it “a ridiculous clusterfuck of totally uncool jokers.”
In lieu of these events, NYC blog ANIMAL created a “Sue me” parody tee, which they’re giving away for free via Klughaus Gallery. Stop by 154 Stanton Street (corner of Suffolk Street) from 12-8PM daily. Or you can make your own – head to ANIMAL to find out how.
The-Dream has released the video for his track “IV Play.” Director X takes Terius Nash into the desert to sing underneath some helicopters and alongside some slow motion twerking. Considering Director X’s past work (such as Drake’s “Started from the Bottom“), we expected things to get a little more exciting than they did. Let us know your thoughts.