Hasselblad has launched three new Stellar Special Edition cameras, the follow-up to the Hasselblad Stellar launch from this past summer. point and shoot camera. The point and shoot cameras are available with carbon fiber, padouk or wenge wood grips and come with exclusive leather cases specially designed at the brand’s elite Design Centre in Italy. Additional features include advanced imaging technology, Carl Zeiss lenses, full HD video capability and a 3.6 x optical zoom capability. Finally, the camera’s wide range ISO sensitivity results in superior images in low light settings. Check out the available styles below, and look for the Stellar collection at Hasselblad retailers.
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Having recently linked with photographer Mel D Cole, Vans OTW continues its Perspectives web series with its follow up episode featuring 26-year-old emcee Gilbere Forte. In this piece, Forte talks about how film influenced his early interest in music, why he was able to hone in on his craft while attempting Temple University in Philadelphia, and what we can expect from his forthcoming debut album. For an added bonus, the Epic Records recording artist spits a quick freestyle to end out this installment of Perspectives.
We received our first Julibox in the mail this week, and are ready to try some interesting alcoholic concoctions. If you are unfamiliar, Julibox is an online delivery service for cocktail discovery. Each month, the company mails out all of the necessary ingredients and directions to make two unique cocktails, selected by their world class mixologist. This month, we received a tightly packed box with the liquid essentials to make a “Whiskey-Thyme Smash” and a “Concord Bramble.” All we need now is some fresh fruit, herbs, and receptive palettes. Head to Julibox to learn more and sign up.
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No brand is having a stronger finish to their 2013 than Bamford Watch Department. The London watchmaker dropped a Rolex collaboration with José Parla for colette’s Miami Art Basel Pop-Up. Now, they’ve linked with mastermind JAPAN for a tough-as-nails redesign of the classic Daytona.
The clean, military grade titanium coated watch comes in two different colorways — black with silver face and black with gold face — and is packaged in a branded black case with matching compact pen.
Getting your hands on this bad boy is going to be supremely difficult, but contact mastermind JAPAN or the Bamford Watch Department and try your absolute best.
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Difficult to believe but Simon “Woody” Wood and the gang over at Sneaker Freaker will finally get their chance to design a pair of adidas Originals. Based on the adidas Originals Torsion Integral, circa 1992, the new design will be also be the first collaborative edition between adidas and Sneaker Freaker. Part of the adidas Consortium initiative, it will also feature matching materials in tonal colors. Preview earlier today on adidas Originals’ Instagram page, the Sneaker Freaker x adidas Consortium Torsion Integral S Pack will be unveil next Monday, December 16.
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As If magazine releases Issue No.3, featuring cover star Christina Ricci and other creatives including Zac Posen, Marina Abramovic and Tommy Hilfiger. Musician Sean Lennon and MET Museum head curator Harold Koda are also covered in the almost 12 by 17-inch thick paper book. Readers can look to As If for the latest picks in art, music, travel and luxury fashion. Order your copy for .
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In light of Kanye’s recent move to adidas and Drake’s signing with Jordan Brand, TIMEMoney & Business has published a breakdown of rappers and basketball shoe companies working together.
Their findings concluded that collaborating with a Hip Hop celebrity on a pair of shoes is far more a publicity stunt then an actual money maker. They point to the need to keep runs small and exclusive, in order to maintain desirability among hardcore sneakerheads and keep prices up. Matt Powell, an analyst at sports-research firm SportsOneSource, estimates that there were around 5,000 pairs of Yeezy IIs produced in 2012, while, in comparison Nike’s most popular shoe sold around 3 million pairs last year.
They also explain that Jay Z’s 2003 Reebok collaboration was the fastest selling shoes in the company’s history, but when they expanded production, sales tanked.
Read the whole article on Time’s website.
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TIME Explains The Mystery Behind Hip Hop Shoe Endorsements
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The Agenda trade show displays the best of what the streetwear and action sports industries have to offer, which oftentimes take the form of collaborative projects between multiple brands. And now Agenda announces its own foray into a co-branded venture, featuring a three-year partnership with Flexfit on a number of limited edition headwear collaborations. The limited edition hats will launch each season with various like-minded brands and artists, along with live interactive art installations at future Agenda shows. Check out examples of the co-branded hats below, made in collaboration with Stussy, Vans, Staple and more. The next Agenda show takes place at the Long Beach Convention Center on January 7 and 8.
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Michigan’s own Ghostly International may have started as a music label, but today, they have certainly expanded well beyond. From music to visual arts, Ghostly continues to explore creative avenues to share their sights, sounds and style. ISAORA lend a helping hand in the development of this Quadcube Insulated Shirt for Ghostly. Working off an ISAORA classic, the insulated shirt is shelled in water-resistant Italian microfiber and lines with Japanese ripstop nylon. Quilted geometric shapes give texture to the shirt. Available now for 5.
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Adidas is re-releasing one of the less appealing sneakers they ever conceived. We at SLAMXHYPE are definitely baffled by the decision, and leaving open the possibility that their marketing team is trolling the world.
The ‘Kobe 1′ was originally released in 2000, and Kobe Bryant’s fame was enough to sell tons of these despite the international consensus that they looked like high-top hospital slippers. The style disappeared after the Black Mamba went on to make other sneakers, and we all forget about these. Until now.
If the internet’s not lying, Adidas will now be selling this yellow version of the ‘Kobe 1′, which they’re calling the ‘Crazy 1′ (pictured above) beginning Dec. 26th for 5 at select retailers. Let’s just hope whoever’s idea this was isn’t in the room when Kanye West designs his new Adidas shoe. One shoe in this style is more than enough.
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‘Crazy 1′ By Adidas Is A Yellow Version Of The ‘Kobe 1′.
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