WOULD YOU LIKE THIS “CRAZY” NEW ERA YANKEES FITTED BY BEAMS IN YOUR COLLECTION?

After giving a bunch of dope footwear collabs back in November — GORE-TEX Wallabees with Clarks in addition to a Koi-themed GEL-Lyte III with Afew — Japanese retailer BEAMS is now dropping some headwear on our domes using classic cap styles by way of New Era. This “Crazy” collab highlights two cycles of the 59FIFTY […]

Uprising: Hip-Hop & the L.A. Riots (2012)

Twenty years ago Los Angeles was burning, a conflagration that began with a videotape. Four police officers who had been captured on camera beating Rodney King were acquitted on April 29, 1992, and for days the city seethed. More than 50 people died. Property damage was estimated at about $1 billion. All of it is […]

Converse x Undercover collaboration

Undercover dropped another collaboration this weekend. This time the Japanese streetwear brand has put its spin on the timeless Converse Chuck 70. With the Converse x Undercover collaboration, Jun Takahashi elevates the Chuck 70 for new warriors and like-minded creatives. Two pairs make up the “New Warriors” pack. The design is inspired by the opposing […]

Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap

“In his debut as a documentarian, Ice – T creates a vibrant portrait of how and why rap came to be.” – New York Post The craft. The history. The power. All these elements of the hip-hop movement are discussed with director Ice-T and the legends he interviews like Afrika Bambaataa, Eminem, Nas, Mos Def, […]

BIGGIE’S BIGGEST STYLE STILL COP IN 2019

22 years after Biggie was murdered on March 9, 1997, while leaving an after party for the 11th Annual Soul Train Music Awards in Los Angeles. That night, he was performing one of his biggest hits “One More Chance (Remix)” and the Junior M.A.F.I.A. posse cut “Get Money.” Who would have thought that that would […]

Nike Air Jordan 4: History and Best Releases

The success of the Air Jordan 3 basically saved Nike’s Jordan project. Without them, we wouldn’t have the Air Jordan 4. But designer Tinker Hatfield faced new challenges for these sneakers. How would he follow up on one of the greatest sneaker designs of all time? By making some alterations, but keeping the overall design […]

The Charm of Soviet Union’s Graffiti Revolution

Graffiti took off in USSR alongside breakdancing, which landed in the nation with hip-hop motion pictures brought from the US. Since the New York time frame, the regular picture of the spray painting arts has been pursued and copied repetitively disregard for private and state property, the charm of illegal art, and dedication to be […]

The Show – what happens on the stage is only half the story

This spirited documentary from 1995 examines the world of rap music using both interviews and performance footage of many popular rappers at a Philadelphia concert. The singers address many aspects of their music and lifestyle including the apparent connection between rap performers and crime the differences between East Coast and West Coast rap the rampant […]

Vans x Antihero: Celebrating Four Skate Icons

Fresh from its latest Engineered Garments collaboration, Vans has debuted a capsule with Antihero Skateboards dedicated to four skating icons. The Vans x Antihero collection celebrates John Cardiel, Chris Pfanner, Jeff Grosso and Tony Trujillo with their favorite Vans Pro Skate styles. For Cardiel, Antihero has reworked the Old Skool Pro. Meanwhile, Pfanner receives a Slip-On Pro. Further, […]

How Fila came back: History and what made it hot again

Once a local shop, now a leading global designer of high-end sportswear. Fila has a long and rich history, but for a while, it was as if the brand didn’t exist. But the past two years have been quite nostalgic as we see many brands reviving ’90s pieces, Fila’s Disruptor sneakers being one of them. […]

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