Kenzo teams up with the ever eclectic film director Quentin Jones. The partnership resulted in a beautiful collage of wearable art, ranging from mini skirts to light jackets, for those chilly summer days.
Twin brothers, Os Gemeos of Brazil, will be premiering a new exhibit running August 1 through November 25, 2012. The Boston Institute of Contemporary Art will be hosting the exhibit and notably will be their first solo feature in the United States.
Illustrator Stephen Chetham offers up a new series of prints that showcases his personal love for Nike sneakers.
"WIGS" is a Youtube channel dedicated to the lives of extraordinary women, and this time around they released the unscripted documentary on graffiti artist, Claw Money. Claw Money is a sassy-spunky graffiti artist who is not afraid to spray some magical works in the gritty streets of New York.
Artist Shawn Huckins is in the midst of a new project sure to raise the eyebrows of History and Art majors alike. The twenty-eight year old artist based out of New Hampshire has embarked on a new series of paintings in which he combines art from the Revolutionary War with popular phrases and humorous phonetic lettering of our day.
You may remember Archan Nair's collaboration in "The Joy Ballad" from when it was featured on Kanye West's blog a few years ago. Archan Naie has proved to have many more tricks up his sleeve. Notable affiliations have been with Nike, Vogue, Rolling Stone, Microsoft, and many others.
Social photo sharing site, The Fancy manifests this theory of better conversation for it's users, allowing them to connect via shared interests and things they may simply stumble upon as intriguing. Considering itself as "part store, blog, magazine, and wish list" The Fancy is a haven for anyone who enjoys the better things in life.
Bobby Hundreds has been doing work promoting the brand of his prized possession, The Hundreds streetwear line. His label blog is already known as one of the forefront sources of streetwear news and commentary, and recently he's expanded his scope with the creation of The Hundreds Magazine, a quarterly mag that primarily focuses on highlighting up-and-coming artists, designers, musicians, etc.
While most attend Paris Fashion Week 2013 to indulge in the latest runway trends, Toronto-based photographer Liam Goslett proves style goes far pass the catwalk. Using over 4500 photographs captured over a span of four days, Goslett constructs
Hennessy is feeling artsy again. This time around, the cognac king is colliding with legendary New York graffitti artist, Futura. Comically dubbed as "Very Special" on the bottle's label, art collectors and spirit Connoisseurs alike raided liquor shops across the country to snag last year's KAWS edition collaboration.
The work of tattoo artist, David Tevenal, has been passed around the past couple of weeks after a video hit the stream on Vimeo. Tevenal resides in Columbus, Ohio where he works at Memento Tattoo and Gallery. The work speaks for itself. His style features vibrant gradients with starched lines.
It’s interesting to think of fashion as having a memory - something that mirrors people's inability to move forward without reflectivity. Perhaps, it too, can become nostalgic. From a grandmother’s hand-me-down Chanel clutch to the Boogie Nights renditions of American Apparel, fashion has a way of manifesting its better moments into both the trendy and the modus of individual style.