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André Saraiva Speaks On His Largest Retrospective Exhibition To Date and Parisian Graffiti

EditorialComments ⋅ 7 days ago
With graffiti constantly evolving into different styles, pioneers of the much popularized art form continue to receive recognition for their seminal work in the genre. Yet only few have seen success like André Saraiva, who’s not only been highly reco...

London’s Pitt Cue Co. Talks Smoked Meat and Whiskey

EditorialComments ⋅ 13 days ago
With its wide and vibrant demographic, London has never been short of diverse cuisine choices. While there’s something to nourish everyone’s palette, meat eaters have enjoyed a more bespoke array of options in recent times. As it seems, r...

The Tall & Short: An Introduction to Japanese Whisky

EditorialComments ⋅ 14 days ago
The Tall & Short is an ongoing series about the nooks and crannies in the world of unique, artisanal spirits and alcohol. Co-written by Raphael Holzer and Elliot Faber, both possess an extensive list of accolades and experiences that have tran...

The Design Fellow with Jason Mayden: Small Victories with Vessyl

EditorialComments ⋅ Aug 5, 2014
“When it’s organic, it’s better. Don’t force it and don’t reach.” -Jerreau from the album Small Victories by Fly Union In March of 2014, I sat patiently in Cipriani’s – a staple amongst Gotham City’s most illustrious movers and sh...

HYPEBEAST Spaces: 3peat.LA

EditorialComments ⋅ Jul 31, 2014
Having already garnered great credibility through its online store and well-seasoned eBay account, 3peat.LA opened its doors for us to look at one of its newest methods for bringing heat to the public – the 3peat.LA showroom. Located in the mos...

Michael Jordan – Rise of the Jumpman

EditorialComments ⋅ Jul 30, 2014
The following originally appeared in HYPEBEAST Magazine Issue 7: The Legacy Issue. It’s available now at select retailers globally and the HYPEBEAST Store. The chance to meet a personal hero is a rare one. Being able to then work closely with and...

A HYPEBEAST Guide to Watches: Part 1 – Why Do You Need a Watch?

EditorialComments ⋅ Jul 28, 2014
Before there was a “home’”screen button on the phone in every pocket and a digital clock in the corner of every computer monitor, the principle means of checking the time was a casual flick of the wrist. But the closer we move to embracin...

Dissecting the Difference Between Japanese and American Retail: Part 2 – A Job Versus a Career

EditorialComments ⋅ Jul 15, 2014
From the narrow perspective of a wholesaler, Japan and the United States of America may appear to share many similar buying characteristics, yet our favorite clothiers have an exceptionally different opinion. As examined in Part 1 of our discussion –...

HYPEBEAST Road Trips: 16 Things to Do in Rio de Janeiro by That Food Cray !!!

EditorialComments ⋅ Jul 11, 2014
One of the most happening places in 2014 for the FIFA World Cup and once again in 2016 for the Olympics, Rio de Janeiro should be on the top of your list of vacation spots. We’ve been bouncing around Brazil over the course of the last month traveling...

HYPEBEAST Spaces: Posto adidas at Clube de Regatas do Flamengo

EditorialComments ⋅ Jun 28, 2014
Almost two weeks have elapsed since the initial kick-off of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. While the opening match took place in Sao Paulo – just an hour away – near the sunny beaches of Rio is where the tournament will ultimately finish w...

Dissecting the Difference Between Japanese and American Retail: Part 1 – A Buyer’s Identity

EditorialComments ⋅ Jun 26, 2014
In the wake of the recent Jackson-Woodson firings in the NBA, I considered just how difficult it is for a coach to properly induce a particular philosophy or style of play, whilst inspiring and maximizing his players’ talents. More than just a strate...

Jason Mayden Describes Meeting Michael Jordan and “Coming Home” in the Launch of The Design Fellow

EditorialComments ⋅ Jun 24, 2014
“Palms sweating, heart pounding, shaking uncontrollably from the excitement that had built over the past 27 years, it was finally my moment…” “Palms sweating, heart pounding, shaking uncontrollably from the excitement that...

Koreatown, LA: It’s About Time – The Emergence of Koreatown

EditorialComments ⋅ Jun 20, 2014
Koreatown in Los Angeles used to be like an inside joke: if you were in on it, you felt undeniably cool, and if you had no idea what this sprawl of urban life was about, the town was somewhat befuddling and unwelcoming. The neon diaspora of foreign H...

THROUGH THE LENS: Bob Mazzer

EditorialComments ⋅ Jun 19, 2014
“Every day I traveled to King’s Cross and back. Coming home late at night, it was like a party and I felt like the tube was mine and I was there to take the pictures” recalls Bob Mazzer, London-based photographer who carried his una...

What Does It Mean to Be a Professional Footballer Today?

EditorialComments ⋅ Jun 17, 2014
“But this is what sports is for me. A chance not only to see amazing athletes perform and do what they do best, but also an opportunity to dream about being that person.” In the months leading up to the World Cup, sports brand...