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Champion cool again: The history behind the 100 year-old brand

Since 1919, Champion is an inspiration to athletes and active people as one of America’s most popular sportswear brands. This year, Champion turns 100 and it’s cool again! Their clothing was adopted as streetwear as early as the 1970s, in recent years Champion had a huge revival. Let’s check out the history behind Champion and how […]

Hip Hop fashion: From the ’80s to present day

For decades, the hip hop culture has influenced the way people express themselves and identify with each other. Rappers have long used designer hip-hop fashion as a symbol of status, both in person and in their lyrics. Hip hop fashion in the ’80s Kangol bucket hats, chunky street-tuff gold chains, name-plated necklaces in cursive. New […]

The most gangsta shoe in history: Nike Cortez

When people talk about “all-time favorite” Nike models, the conversation usually revolves around the bigwigs. The Air Max, Air Force 1 or the Air Jordan. Today we’re changing the topic and putting the Nike Cortez on their forgotten spotlight. The history of the shoe Originally designed in 1968 by Bill Bowerman, Cortez made their official […]

Trespass: A Brief History of Uncommissioned Street Art

We have a soft spot for street art, so we would like to remind/introduce you to the official of Trespass: A History Of Uncommissioned Urban Art — the fantastic book by “WoosterCollective” founders Marc and Sara Schiller. What makes Trespass different from other street art books is that it’s not a street art book. It’s a book that certainly includes […]

Supreme x Nike NBA Collection

Having previously put their signature on the Nike Air Force 1 in 2012 and the Air Force 1 High in 2014, it was only right that Supreme complete the trifecta by working on an Air Force 1 Mid. Supreme has had many collaborations, but by far the most hyped was the one with Nike and […]

Showcase: “Subway Art”

It’s a small, harmless-looking, soft cover, just over 100 colorful pages. For better or worse, its contents have become a source of inspiration. It has been pocketed from bookstore shelves, reappearing in crime scene photographs alongside spray cans and markers. The images on its pages have been studied like hieroglyphs and copied on surfaces across […]

The new Vans checkerboard assortment will leave you trippy, dazed and confused

To kick off 2019, Vans has revived the iconic checkerboard pattern with a refreshed design. There’s a new interpretation of the shoes with elements of illusion. The classic Vans checkerboard pattern is popular amongst skaters, BMX riders and hip hop artists. For this spring collection, Vans surprised us with a remix of the pattern with […]

CONVERSE RELEASES THE LOUIE LOPEZ PRO – the skater’s first signature shoe

Louie Lopez, Converse team skater has joined in the ranks of few, by receiving his own signature sneaker. The Louie Lopez Pro is a mixture of multiple Converse profile to meet Louie’s needs both on and off the skateboard. The outer sole of the sneaker is taken from the classic Chuck Taylor All-Star, and the upper is […]

New ‘Star Wars’ Parka from Columbia Sportswear’s

Columbia Sportswear is taking us far in to the galaxy. They announced the release of a new collection with themes from Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. Last year, was released their “Echo Base” collection consisting of three unique Hoth-inspired jackets as worn by Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, and Han Solo. And, thanks to the long lasting collaboration between the brand and Lucasfilm, […]

First solo show of the celebrated artist D*Face

After the whole world encounter his name, graffiti artist D*Face a while ago decided to launch his first solo show in Seattle. The show was entitled as “Home Is Where the heART Is”, where the artist presented both, his new and old work, including his omnipresent portrayals of Marilyn Monroe and Queen Elizabeth II. Additional […]