Last month, Future released his first signature sneaker with Reebok – the Furykaze, in a Sandstone colorway. The Furykaze is a nice mix of the Instapump Fury and the Kamikaze II. Reebok has officially released a new colorway for the sneaker in “Triple Black”. The sneaker will be made available at multiple retailers.
The Scorpion (Future’s astrological sign) inspires the rapper’s signature sneaker. The sneaker’s upper features a suede texture inspired by the hair on a scorpion’s tail, claws and legs, while the molded vamps resemble the ribbed body. The heel collar also offers the flexibility of a scorpion’s tail, which makes it easy to wear.
The “Triple Black” Future x Reebok Furykaze are releasing today, for $250 retail.
The Errolson Designed NikeLab ACG line returns with a strong 2017 Holiday season. Just in time for wintry weather, the collection includes the usual mix of technical minded items including shell jackets with mesh front pockets, layering vests, as well as color-blocked track pants with cargo pockets. It’s also good to see that alongside the usual men’s selection, ACG is adding womenswear to the line. A patterned balaclava rounds out the items with prices ranging from $70USD to up to $700 for the shells. You can preview the entire collection on Nike’s site HERE meaning the collection will be dropping real soon.
Travis Scott took to the stage recently opting to not only give fans an incredible show, but to show off some new threads he’s been hard at work on. Scott had previously released a video via instagram revealing a collaboration that was in the works with Nike. Scott sported a pair of the Nike x Travis Scott ‘Cactus Jack’ sneakers featuring interchangeable swoosh emblems, showing fans one of the many ways the shoes can be customized. The collaboration reveal didn’t stop with the shoes, Scott also wore two pieces from his upcoming release with Australian denim brand Ksubi: a denim jacket and jeans.
Russell Westbrook appeared on The Ellen Show showing he has more skills than he shows off on the court. Westbrook came out dancing while wearing an updated version of a 2 piece suiting set. He opted for a look courtesy of Rag and Bone that included an Irving stripe baseball jacket paired with Smith shorts of the same pattern. He completed his look with black accessories that included a wide brimmed hat and oxfords.
The daughter of Brooklyn rap legend Christopher ‘Biggie Smalls’ Wallace opened up her first clothing store on Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn. T’yanna Wallace launched the grand opening of her store ‘Notoriouss’ on December 2nd which commemorates her father’s music and legacy; with fan favorite lyrics on the walls and racks filled with Biggie paraphernalia, Notoriouss will become every Brooklynite’s dream come true.
“Notorious is a flagship store for street wear and is heavily inspired by New York and Brooklyn hip hop culture,” Tyanna told channel 12 news
People came out and enjoyed themselves, as classic biggie tracks made its way through the crowd, taking most of us down memory lane. Twenty years later, and it still feels like yesterday. The grand opening featured appearances by Lil Cease, Dj Enuff, Jadakiss, and Dj Mr. Cee. Shout out and congrats to T’yanna once again on her accomplishments, she definitely represented for B.I.G.and Brooklyn, glad to see that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. Natural born hustla!
Like father, like son. Toddlers should take note of Saint West, who was spotted out for the first time with mother Kim Kardashian West, gaining major style points. The youngest West walked alongside his mother showing off a look that was all his own. West wore a pair of Vans sk8-hi sneakers paired with a pair of sweatpants and long sleeve shirt courtesy of Harley Davidson.
Kanye West arrived shortly after his wife and children to a family outing in good spirits. West joined the rest of his family looking effortless in his usual streetwear: a pair of vintage splatter Helmut Lang jeans paired with a Yeezy ‘Calabasas’ tee and his Adidas Yeezy ‘Wave Runner 700’ sneakers.
TMZ recently reported that Los Angeles police are looking into a break-in at Last Kings’ storefront that took place this weekend. Apparently, someone broke in either late Friday night or early Saturday morning and stole an assortment of items. An employee reported the break-in Saturday morning and brought in the authorities.
Officers reported that the unidentified suspect pushed their way in and made off with a few pieces of clothing. The total value of the items stolen has yet to be determined. Last year, Tyga went through a legal battle with the landlord who sued Tyga for $75,000 in damages found throughout the building. According to the landlord, the place was found abandoned and destroyed. Tyga however, counteracted and said that he could not be held responsible for the damages and that the building was not up to code.
Also back in 2015, Tyga’s Last Kings brand was in a legal battle with his former business partner and collaborator Chuon Gen Lee. His business partner accused him of stealing the Last Kings brand concept and not falling through on a previous agreement. She won the case with a payout of $1.6 million that has risen to $2 million as Tyga has failed to pay the previous amount. It seems like trouble is following his Last Kings Brand.
Hip Hop stars A$AP Mob is the latest collective to star in Calvin Klein’s #MyCalvins campaign ad.
The Harlem rap group is wearing the newest garments and accessories from American fashion house. A$AP Ferg, A$AP Rocky, A$AP Nast, A$AP Twelvy, A$AP Ant, A$AP J Scott, and A$AP Lou, are the seven members who appear in a series of photos sporting the new denims tops and bottoms from Calvin’s fall and winter 2017 collection. The crew is also featured in a 30-second video dancing to the beat of a few catchy tunes while speaking the influences and impacting the Calvin brand.
A$AP Mob joins a list celebrities and rappers who have starred in the past Calvin campaigns. For example, Fetty Wap, Kendrick Lamar, Young Thug, and of course A$AP Mob is one of the latest representation in the rap game for this year’s campaign.
Peep the 30-second visual above in where A$AP Mob stars in #MyCalvins campaign and head over to Calvin Klein’s website to check out the brand garments from the fashion label.
There’s something special about a well worn garment that becomes a personal favorite and that’s a feeling that emerging label Placebo is attempting to re-create. Placebo’s debut collection is titled “Induction” and the brand concept is making “Something from nothing.” The brand has selected military surplus pieces from the 1940’s and 50’s as the basis for their designs and breathed new life into them.
Toronto based designer Eske Schiralli has transformed the militaristic staples into something wholly different. For example the Convertible Overcoat has been over-dyed black from it’s original olive drab and re-crafted with raw edges and outfitted with waist pockets with Talon zippers. The brand has transformed these vintage pieces bringing them into a new context where each wearer can configure them for their personal style. For example the M51 Panel Cargo Pant comes equipped with integrated cargo straps that fasten around the thigh and ankle allowing the fit to be adjusted from slouchy to tapered. The Oversized Noragi T-Shirt can be tied at different locations making it wearable in four different ways.
Placebo also has a selection of accessories in the collection. They include an awesome black Patchwork Boonie Hat that’s overyded and handcrafted as well as a portable Multi-Purpose Travel Bag with antique government issue D-Rings and heavyweight canvas belting. Ultimately Placebo hopes wearers will make the pieces part of their daily wardrobes, breaking in the items through natural wear and tear. You can check out more from the brand through website and the collection is now available at Blends and other select retailers.
Click through to see the rest of the lookbook and a video presentation below.