Saint Laurent is bringing the heat this fall season with two new shades of Metallics being added to their SL10H design. You might remember a few years ago SLP introduced the silver and gold metallic colorways. This year they’re introducing the red and blue shiny shades. Each pair will be priced at $645USD and should be arriving in stores in the next few weeks.
In the most interesting of collaborations comes this brilliant song and visual.
In street fashion and culture there are barely any designers who have come to the table and presented things that actually made sense (I’m glad this article isn’t about that). But designer and founder of Upscalehype.com Allen Onyia has offered up some classic pieces that are sure to make every mans closet pop. These pieces were not only designed with great thought and understanding, but also decently priced in a market that charges its customers hundreds of dollars without any reasoning on basic essentials like a t-shirt. In all honesty we feel as though Woanderluste has not yet gotten the credit that it deserves. They have stuck to fashion tradition in the color selections, while still keeping the garments fresh and eye catching with clean silhouettes. Wanderluste has done what very few brands have done in the past, and that is create pieces that can go with any other pieces ((shorts/slacks/denim)). We have high hopes to see what the Wanderluste brand is cooking up for its next collection we’re looking forward to seeing what’s next for Allen and Wanderluste. You can purchase Wanderluste items at Allenonyia.com
Nike Lab has reintroduced it’s classic canvas Vandal high in a simple black and silver color-way with white sole. For the silhouette alone this purchase should have been a no brainier for any sneaker head collection. The Vandal has carried this cool sleek essence since the 80s and it does t seem to be having any issues in 2015. At a whopping $100 price tag these kicks scream smart shopping genius with every wear. Check them out NikeLab.com
New heat coming out of Brooklyn NY! Young Trey Deuce and Ty Bass are pushing the culture forward as well as the calm vibes. Check out the visual..
New York based brand Plastic Hxllywxxd is kicking off its brand launch with a collection of baseball jerseys paying homage to some of High Fashions most iconic brands. Each baseball jersey is also based on famous MLB baseball team themes. The Dripping C Chanel Jersey is mimicked after the Yankees iconic navy blue pinstripe colorway, and The YSL (SLP) mimics the Chicago White Sox logo. The number on the back of each jersey signifies a specific milestone for each fashion house. The Number 5 on the Chanel Jersey signifies the brands infamous fragrance and the number ’96’ on the back of the YSL jersey is in tribute to the year designer and game changer Hedi Slimane took over the fashion houses menswear line. Stay tune for more updates from this brand. Each jersey is hand assembled and priced at $200USD . Look for the first delivery from Hxllywxxd’s Spring/Summer 2015 Fashion Allstar collection now at PlasticHxllywxxd.com
This is one of the most visually pleasing videos we’ve seen in awhile, directed by Dexter Navy and co-directed by A$AP Rocky. Check it out below!