Supreme has worked with The North Face® on a new collection for Fall 2018. The collection consists of a Leather Mountain Parka, Leather Mountain Waist Bag, Leather Shoulder Bag and Leather 6-Panel Hat.
Made exclusively for Supreme, the Leather Mountain Parka features lambskin leather with a fixed hood and full zip construction. The Leather Mountain Waist Bag features a cushioned foam back panel and winged adjustable hip belt, while the Leather Shoulder Bag features a front zip compartment with adjustable shoulder strap.
Available in-store NY, Brooklyn, LA, London, Paris and onlineOctober 18th.
The sneaker will be the same as the last release — in April last year — with a Primeknit upper, semi-translucent rubber outsole and BOOST midsole.
This drop is described by adidas as the “largest ever,” with more YEEZY fans able to get their hands on the sneakers than during previous releases. Registration for the YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Triple White” is open now via the YEEZY SUPPLY site and the adidas web store. The shoes will be available for purchase for $220 USD on September 21.
With just six days to go until Virgil Abloh presents the Off-White™ Spring/Summer 2019 collection during Paris Fashion Week, the designer has now announced that the runway show will be a tribute to Dondi White. White was a world-famous graffiti artist who died of AIDS at the age of 37 in 1998.
Explaining the theme, Abloh added that it would be “highlighting his legacy in art” and that proceeds would be donated to God’s Love We Deliver, a New York-based charity that delivers nutritious meals to people in the area with severe illnesses. KAWS also shared his thoughts on the news, posting a picture of White’s “Bishop of Battle” work and adding that he was “looking forward to seeing what you’re [Abloh] up to!” The Off-White™ Spring/Summer 2019 show is on June 20 with Abloh’s first Louis Vuitton collection to be unveiled a day later.
Following the opening of its Vancouver store, Off-White™ is now set to introduce a retail location in the Philippines.
Revealed via a story through Off-White™’s official Instagram, the latest opening for Virgil Abloh‘s hit label is set for the capital city of Manila. With the addition of the Manila Off-White™ chapter, the streetwear-meets-fashion label will have 27 stores worldwide along with a plethora of retailers.
The new retail experience comes four years after the first store opening and serves as the latest retail growth of Off-White™ in Asia.
Stay tuned for the opening of Off-White™’s upcoming Manila store location come August 1.
On the heels of the brand’s 15th anniversary, The Hundreds has announced the launch of its new Los Angeles flagship store on N. Fairfax Avenue. The label’s new location replaces its 10-year old flagship on Rosewood Avenue, which is commemorated in a limited capsule collection debuting at the Fairfax shop’s opening.
The exclusive capsule dropping alongside the store’s opening includes a host of graphics touching on the old flagship on Rosewood Ave. Mastodons, a key symbol for the reopening, appear alongside “DEATH FROM BELOW” branding, while “RSWD” graphics appear on hoodies, tees and an M-65 field jacket. Subtle details abound, including the jacket’s removable liner and self-referential imagery, screen-printed by Bobby Hundreds himself.
Meanwhile, inside the new flagship, an enormous mastodon skeleton bursts out of the ground, referencing both the nearby La Brea Tar Pits and the Hundreds’s age. As co-founder Bobby Hundreds puts it, “We turn 15 this year, which is like 250 in streetwear years.” Various items from the brand’s history are placed around the ‘tar’ surrounding the sculpture, including the label’s Ben Baller chain, a Back to the Future hoverboard, a collaborative Garfield toy and a brick from The Hundreds’s old New York store. Check out the space below.
Head over to The Hundreds’s new outpost to pick up some of the celebratory goods. Most recently, The Hundreds’s introduced a new range of goods featuring designs from Japanese artist Usugrow, and Bobby Hundreds joined LFAC to show off the club’s latest jerseys.
501 N Fairfax Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90036
If you were still hoping to score some Tomorrowland 2018 tickets, you’re going to have to buy them from someone who can’t make it, because the festival ran out of tickets for both weekends of its planned festivities in practically an instant.
It took all of one hour for pre-registered buyers to snag all the spots for the Belgian mega-festival. The lineup is stacked with tons of top-tier dance talent, as well as cross-genre appearances from French Montana, Lil Pump, Dua Lipa and more.
Each stage will be controlled by a different grade-A label, from Monstercat to Anjunabeats and everything in between. The theme is nautical by nature, so expect a lot of underwater creatures and big splashes onstage.
Tomorrowland 2018 returns to Boom, Belgium, for two weeks Friday through Sunday, July 20 to 22, and July 27 to 29. Visit the festival online for the full list of performers announced so far and other information, but for tickets, you’re going to have to look elsewhere.