Working from a chilled aesthetic of minimalist comfort, LA-based clothing brand 69 make denim-based designs for him, her, kids and even your dog. In an interview that’s as laid-back as the designs they make, we catch up with 69 to talk ’90s influences, Sade and what denim haute couture might look like. Read the rest of this entry
We interview URL’s hottest new designer Patric DiCaprio on his digital collection for Autumn/Winter 2013, which was inspired by memory cards, conceptual dynamism and NYFW styles. Keep an eye out, Shinra Corp is coming – and it’s gonna be big. Read the rest of this entry
Artist Chinonyeelu Uchechi Amobi has just dropped a brand new short film, ‘Illuminazioni’, a transcendental modern-day meditation that fuses contemporary technology and visuals with classical music – and it’s hosted exclusively by LOGO. We speak to the man himself to find out more. Read the rest of this entry
British menswear brand oki-ni have launched a brand new website. How did they celebrate? By launching products 20 miles into the sky, of course!
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Artist Monika Mogi has released a new self-shot video for Japanese brand NAKID by G.V.G.V.’s S/S13 collection, filmed on a 8mm LCD video camera in Tamagawa, Tokyo.
From the Warhol Pop explosion through to the YBAs, and even today’s rebloggable Tumblr iconography, branding and art have become ever more closely linked over the years – and nowhere is this better illustrated than back in 1993, when Art Club 2000 produced work based around their responses to the GAP brand. Read the rest of this entry
Fashion campaigns often gain notoriety for being controversial. Whether it’s for being overly sexual, à la Sophie Dahl in that YSL Opium ad, or containing blatant narcotics references, as seen in Sisley’s Fashion Junkie posters, using the shock factor in brand canvassing can lead to widespread complaints, or even an all-out ban… Read the rest of this entry
Do you spend all your time on YouTube? Like, ALL your time? And on those rare occasions where you’re not on YouTube (probably because you’re away from a computer, or your phone’s exploded), do you still wish you could take a little bit of it with you wherever you go? Of course you do – and you’re in luck! Read the rest of this entry
Like-A-Hug Facebook Vest
Come on. Admit it. We all like getting ‘likes’ on Facebook. So what better way to make that warm feeling of happy satisfaction last then by celebrating with a piece of social media-sensitive apparel that literally hugs you?
Invented by MIT students Melissa Chow, Phil Seaton and Andy Payne, the inflatable ‘Like-A-Vest’ links to the wearer’s Facebook account, and then decompresses to squeeze and ‘hug’ him/her each time a virtual friend likes a photo, video or status update on their page. Read the rest of this entry