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Nike CEO Mark Parker Talks NikeLab with 032c

StyleComments ⋅ Jun 11, 2014
Fresh off the debut of NikeLab and the unveiling of the Nike Free Mercurial Superfly HTM, Nike CEO Mark Parker sat down with Gary Warnett and fashion/art publication 032c to discuss the new endeavor. Supplementing last fall’s in-depth look insi...

1-2-1 w/jeffstaple Featuring Steven Harrington

LifestyleComments ⋅ May 30, 2014
In this latest edition of the 1-2-1 w/jeffstaple series, Staple welcomes artist Steven Harrington. Known for his contemporary Californian pop style, he shares a bit about his array of diverse projects, which include brand collaborations, commissions,...

Disclosure – Design Through Sound

MusicComments ⋅ May 29, 2014
It’s rather fitting that the soft-spoken, ostensibly reserved duo behind Disclosure would choose a face graphic as their icon, and a bit ironic that the graphic would become more iconic than the band members themselves. The brothers Lawrence –...

Behind the Design: Alter of Young & Reckless

StyleComments ⋅ May 23, 2014
Young & Reckless introduces the architect behind its visual overhaul, its new Men’s Senior Designer, John “Alter” Lawlor. A native of Chicago, Alter began his artistic career tagging streets around his hometown before making his...

Larry Clark’s “New Kids”

ArtsComments ⋅ May 15, 2014
Nearly 20 years after the release of his acclaimed American drama Kids, Larry Clark brings to the silver screen his first ever foreign film about a certain counterculture led by a group of young, self-destructing Parisian skaters. Titled The Smell of...

Ronnie Fieg On Kith’s Rise

StyleComments ⋅ May 2, 2014
New York native Ronnie Fieg has always been about offering something that’s never been done or that he’s never seen before. In addition to a history of strong and highly original collaborations with ASICS and Sebago, his expansion of the...

Levi’s® x HYPEBEAST #Equipped with Dr. Woo

StyleComments ⋅ Apr 28, 2014
Despite the urge to draw and create things at a very early age, Dr. Woo would not come to realize his calling in life until his adult years. Unbeknownst to many, Dr. Woo is one of the few to become a tattoo artist the old-fashioned way - he was prese...

An Interview with Edison Chen on the Big Boi x CLOT Collection

StyleComments ⋅ Apr 18, 2014
CLOT’s recent residency in Los Angeles – via the Juice L.A. pop-up – has inadvertently formed a segue into a new collaboration with none other than Big Boi. After a chance encounter with Big Boi’s creative team, the two parties collaborat...

A Conversation with William Strobeck on Supreme’s “cherry”

LifestyleComments ⋅ Apr 17, 2014
In the months leading up to cherry, the general populous was surprised that Supreme would bother with making a skate video. After all, this area of the Internet is likely more familiar with the brand as a fashion outpost influenced by skateboarding r...

Wes Lang Discusses His New “The Studio” Exhibition

ArtsComments ⋅ Apr 14, 2014
For Wes Lang, his work boils down to an aspiration to “create beautiful things.” His most recent exhibition “The Studio” is a retrospective of his early years that have led up to a point in his career – a time when Lang&...

The Voice of a Generation: Publishing and Creating with Stephen Malbon of Frank151

StyleComments ⋅ Apr 14, 2014
Well before the advent of social media and other large scale advertising platforms, Stephen Malbon was generating buzz and spreading the word through hand-designed content and launch events that he organized himself. Tasked with designing a magazine...

A Conversation with Neil Barrett

StyleComments ⋅ Mar 29, 2014
Sitting pensively and with an air of unwavering confidence, Neil Barrett embodies the unchanging set of values he makes his clothes with. Having previously worked for both Prada and Gucci, the English fashion designer is known for his minimalist appr...

A Conversation with Riccardo Tisci on the Nike + R.T. Collaboration

StyleComments ⋅ Mar 26, 2014
When Riccardo Tisci first got his gig as creative director for Givenchy in 2005, the fashion world seemed to collectively furrow its brow. At the time, president and CEO Marco Gobetti defended the brand’s choice with light concession: “A...

A Conversation with Scott Johnston of Lakai

EditorialComments ⋅ Mar 21, 2014
Even as California-based skate shoe brand Lakai continues to attract a consumer base that lies outside of the sport, it and its founders have remained firmly dedicated to the sub-culture it was born out of. That being said, it has also remained open...

Boogie Talks Street Photography with HUCK Magazine

ArtsComments ⋅ Mar 5, 2014
One of the main goals in photography is to tell a story. If Boogie had picked up the pen, he’d be something like Bukowski or Thompson – unearthing the gritty and depraved (and sometimes repulsive), yet finding a kind of raw beauty in undergroun...