APC joined forces with M/M to create a new line of T-Shirts that have something to say. Realizing that Tees are the only piece of fashion capable of broadcasting a message directly to those around you, the team worked hard to put meaning into every message they produced. Scroll through the gallery above to see which one speaks to you the most.
Get yours here, now.
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APC X M/M T-Shirt Collection
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There are times when you want to buy something out of the ordinary, but most of the time you just want the essentials. On that front, Smith and Smith has you covered. With its newest release, the young brand has created a range no-frills clothing line that just about everyone needs in their closet. Although it borders on dad-wear, this collection proves that when simple things are done right, they can be just as exciting as the eccentric.
Stampd proves that style doesn’t always have to be complicated. Their new velcro lambskin snapback is a sleek new cap complete with full leather upper, and complete with a leather velcro stripe in the front. Available in all black, or all white, these caps will be available on January 6th.
Get yours here immediately.
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Stampd Velcro Lambskin Snapback Caps Do Monochrome Right
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Auckland-based photographer/creative director Adam Bryce has released the definitive photographic documentation of New Zealand’s burgeoning young creative scene. To outsiders, New Zealand might not be the first place that springs to mind when it comes to creative innovation — it’s in a small group of islands in the South Pacific — but it’s that isolation which fosters an intense hotbed of creativity across the fields of art, music, design and counterculture. Right Here Right Now is both a photographic survey of New Zealand’s creative new-school, and an introduction of said scene to the world. It speaks a clear message: these are the faces of a new and exciting generation of talent who we will undoubtedly be hearing more from in the future.
Right Here Right Now is available online and at selected global retailers now.
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“Right Here Right Now” – A Photographic Look at New Zealand’s Young Creative Scene by Adam Bryce
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Actress Emmy Rossum sat down for an interview with Esquire Magazine, and it was totally OK. Like you could take it or leave it. They discuss how she throws “craft parties”, Skype sex, and other topics designed to seem irreverent and edgy, but all fall flat. The bottom line however, is that none of it matters, because she then proceeds to engage in an accompanying photoshoot while nearly nude. She has a perfectly symmetrical face, and an innocent charm that makes her endless enjoyable to gaze at. Enjoy.
Also, if you really insist on reading the interview, it’s over here.
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Emmy Rossum Goes All But Naked For Esquire
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Yes, camo has been through some rough times in the past couple of years, over-used, abused, you can understand why some have grown a little tired of its omnipresence. However, let’s not forget, camo is essentially awesome when executed properly and you’ll be in no safer hands than with Buzz Rickson. Here, the B-9 civilian model parka gets all over marine corp spec frogskin in a jacket inspired by the USAAF original. Elevated to another level by the fabric’s traditional herringbone twill weave, this will keep you ridiculously warm thanks to the rayon and down filled lining and snug knitted inner cuffs. Reunite with camo over here.
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You heard the word? Lord Yeezus has swapped his Swoosh for the Three Stripes. Kanye West will be working on a footwear and fashion line with adidas, the rumour is it will sit within Yōji Yamamoto’s high fashion facing Y-3 brand, but we really have no idea yet. Kanye revealed the defection from Nike during a radio interview with Angie Martinez on Hot 97, saying he was going to become the ‘Tupac of product’. Some other choice lines included, ‘I’m gonna be bigger than Wal-Mart’, ‘I’m one hundred thousand percent at all times’, and the assertion that his fiance is the one of top ten hottest women ‘of human existence’. Martinez served as a perfect sycophantic sounding board for West’s monologue – has Kanye had Jimmy Kimmel, Ellen DeGeneres, Zane Lowe and Martinez sign some sort of agreement pre-interview along the lines of, ‘Do not disagree with me or challenge me, only compliment me, or I will not go on your show ever again’?
The best line, however, was Kanye’s explanation of why he rejected Nike’s revised offer to go with adidas… ‘I took the adidas deal because I have royalties and I have to provide for my family,’ he said. ‘In order to protect my daughter I’ve gotta get my money up to another level’. It goes against Kanye’s rant with Zane Lowe, in which he said he was motivated to make dope product first and then reap the monetary rewards, now he’s set personal greed as his starting point. He told Martinez he loves Nike as a brand and the ‘old Kanye’ would have stayed with them for the love of the product, but now he has a daughter he went with adidas because he was offered royalties. It’s a kind of a kick in the face to adidas too, who consistently churn out inventive stuff and have flourishing Originals and Y-3 lines without Kanye. Supporting your family is a noble cause, of course, but when your net worth is 0 million and the average American is valued at under 40K, your perception is whacker than Walmart. Speaking of, is that where the ‘Red October’ Nike Yeezy 2 could end up? It’d be a snarky way for Nike to slap their Judas (Yeezdas?) in the face on his way out the door.
So, where to from here for Kanye? He hasn’t warmed himself to anyone in the last couple of months, other than Kim Kardashian’s mother, so the only way back to a mass love-in is to do what he did with My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy and create something unquestionably brilliant. Adidas, get this guy in to direct the team to create some goodness quick, he’s a ticking time bomb – Kanye’s collection could blow up or blow you up.
Outside of the sneakerworld though, this shot-for-shot recreation for Kanye’s indigestion remedying ‘Bound 2′ film clip is far bigger news.
To anticipate a week of big sneaker releases which include the Nike Penny V “Lil Penny,” Foot Locker has released the “All Is Right” video, an advertisement that stars some of sport world’s most notable personalities; Mike Tyson, Dennis Rodman, Craig Sager and Brett Favre. The short clip finds the athletes in a world where all is right and makes humorous references to stints in their careers. Hit play after the jump to see Favre acknowledge when enough is enough at a local diner, Tyson give Holyfield his ear back, Rodman fly out one way to North Korea, and Sager burn his flamboyant suit collection. Stay tuned for more from Foot Locker’s Week of Greatness.
For the final installment of Huffer’s ‘Right Place, Wrong Time’ campaign, the New Zealand-based brand present a short film featuring two characters happily lost in a Tokyo city. Highlighting the differences in culture and backdrop, the campaign creates a bizarre yet charismatic feel. Huffer enlisted beat maker Kamandi to handle the film’s music, and he draws from Oriental influences, adventure, and psychedelic portrayals of Japan’s bright nightlife to create a stunning soundtrack. The video stars Huffer’s long time friend, Dave England of Jackass, and kiwi model Lili Sumner.
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Who run da world? Gurlz. A couple of London ladies took their demands for smaller sizing to Nike and were left unsatisfied by the response, so now they’re taking it to the streets and trying to kick off a mini sneaker revolution. Calling themselves Purple Unicorn Planet, the duo are asking like-minded ladies to get involved and help put pressure on Nike to construct smaller sizes of some of their popular men’s editions. They’ve also drawn up a personal wishlist of shoes they want to see on their own lil’ feet; it includes a stack of Lunar Force 1s, a Roshe Run, and a bit of Air Max and Air Safari love. Do you want to see more Nike shoes in women’s sizes 4 to 6.5? You can join the Thunderclap social media trending attempt here.