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Reginald Sylvester II, GucciGhost & More Acclaimed Artists Take Part in “Punch” Exhibit

Lauded contemporary artist Nina Chanel Abney has lent her curatorial abilities to a new group exhibition at the Jeffrey Deitch gallery in New York City.

Entitled “Punch,” the extensive presentation features original artworks by Abney’s close friends and leading creatives such as Nina Chanel Abn…

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More All-Over Branding Arrives On This Volt Air Max 95

Nike’s propensity for releasing heavily-branded Air Max iterations is only picking up steam as the year winds down. Highlighted by the brand’s Just Do It collections, we have seen Swooshes, NIKE, and Air Max logos galore adorning silhouettes the likes of the Air Max 1 and the Air Max 95. The latter is back in one of its brightest varieties yet, calling upon a glistening Volt Glow as its hero. Utilizing the popular gradient pattern this model has proverbially coined, its racing str…

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Unboxing DBZ x adidas, Three New Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Colors, And More

adidas was the champion of this week’s top stories with the heralded Dragon Ball Z collaboration leading the way. Not only were the release dates of the Goku vs. Frieza saga revealed, but we were able to get our hands on both of them for an exclusive unboxing video set. In other news, KITH is set to reprise their heralded Aspen project with a modern twist by way of Futurecraft 4D technology. A detailed set of images for the semi-translucent Yeezy BOOST 350 v2s was revealed as well, with…

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Paul Insect, FAILE & More Celebrated Artists Featured In New “Paper Trail” Exhibition

Allouche Gallery in New York City will soon launch a new group show called “Paper Trail.” The exhibition will explore diverse works on paper including drawings, paintings, sculptures, and collages. A list of acclaimed international artists has participated in the showcase such as Paul Insect, Swoon, FAILE, Shep…

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Nike LeBron 16 Release Info, Glow-In-The-Dark Yeezys, And More

This week’s edition of top stories proved to be a dominant performance from the King of the NBA. LeBron went Zero Dark Thirty mode on the sneaker industry and had a week much like his stat line throughout this year’s NBA Playoffs, pure dominance. A bounty of color and style codes for the LeBron 16 were revealed, including images of a Bred colorway and an angelically-detailed ladies-only pair with a wild lion detail on its heel and an ankle strap. If all that wasn’t enough, t…

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SMETS’s FW18 Editorial Features Statement Pieces from Calvin Klein, Moncler & More

Julien Boudet strengthens his relationship with SMETS, as the noted photographer, once again, lent his professional styling acumen to the Belgium-based retailer’s Fall/Winter 2018 editorial. Similar to what we saw in last year’s automotive-inspired display, a choice selection of wares from some of t…

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More Black BOOST Soles Arrive On The adidas NMD

adidas’ influential NMD line continues to grow with another black BOOST-ridden selection that will have Three Stripes fans ready for the changing weather. Black BOOST is oft-preferred amongst adidas followers, as the comfort of the brand’s cushioning can be worn in the rain or the snow, as your soles will not get as dirty as they would if the soles were white. Black and grey adorn this model’s upper, while crimson adds a quick flash of color to its Brand With The Three Strip…

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Expect Several More Colors Options For The Nike Hyperdunk X Low

Nike’s brand new Hyperdunk X silhouette has been busy in recent weeks, being both released and previewed in a plethora of new and exciting color schemes. With the original hip-top version and the decidedly lower Hyperdunk X Low sharing the love, the ladder is ready to be rolled out in four new varieties. Fans of both complex and mundane color schemes will be able to enjoy this next set of four drops, as two come with bright dual-colored uppers, while the other two call upon much simpler…

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