Archive for March 3rd, 2010

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adidas Originals x Diesel Spring/Summer ‘10 Denim

March 3, 2010

Here’s a look at the latest denim collection for mens from the ongoing collaboration project between adidas Originals and Diesel.

Compared to the first collection, this season sports some heavily distressed looks on the Thanaz, Poiak, Larkee and Gualbon styles.

I think these might only be available in Singapore. They still are worth a look.

Source: streething

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CLAE just do some nice trainers

March 3, 2010

Zissou Black/Canvas.  $90.00

Ellington Sage/Canvas.  $90.00

Ellington Navy/Canvas.  $90.00

Source: bowsandarrowsberkeley

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Once again i like this outfit – SWG

March 3, 2010

M.E.T.A.L. STUDS DENIM VEST [BLACK] 39,690YEN (MAR/2ndWEEK)
SHIRTS JACKET PARKA [GRAY] 17,640YEN (IN STORES)
“UROKO” DENIM PANTS (TIGHT FIT) [LIGHT INDIGO] 23,940YEN (IN STORES)
BOOTLACE WALLET CHAIN [BLACK] 8,400YEN (APR/2ndWEEK)
“TIL DEATH”TEE [BLACK] 6,090YEN (IN STORES)

Source: choiceisyours

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T-Pain sheds traditional distribution for Nappy Boy record label

March 3, 2010

T-Pain x Nappy Boy Digital. Does T-Pain’s record label hold the keys to the future for the music industry? It’s no secret that digital sales of music continue to increase while physical CD sales whimper along…so to T-Pain it just makes perfect sense to do away with the physical CD altogether.

“Nappy Boy Digital is a digital company, basically based on the Internet, it’s on iTunes and not really a physical company, you know what I’m saying?” stated T-Pain in a recent interview. ”A lot of people are pressing up all these CDs and pressing up all these extra jewel cases and the inserts and and all that stuff and then everybody’s buying the stuff on the Internet so it’s not making them any money, they losing money, so, Nappy Boy Digital is my digital company, it’s all Internet and that’s just how we go.”

For the number of units that a smaller label like Nappy Boy would press per year it actually does make sense to go digital and avoiding not only the physical product fees but also the sales and placeholder fees for getting your album placed in stores to begin with. It’s only a matter of time before all labels go digital…it’s not like you really buy CDs at Best Buy or Wal-Mart anymore do you? You can check T-Pain and his Nappy Boy crew over at NappyBoyOnline.com.

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Lil’ Wayne x Terry Richardson Photoshoot

March 3, 2010

At the start of 2009, Lil Wayne was the subject of an in-depth and thorough interview involving GQ and photographed by Terry Richardson. The popular fashion photographer has shared some photos from the original shoot. The Grammy-award winning Lil Wayne who is currently set to serve time behind bars and was slated to be sentenced for gun charges when a fire broke out at the courthouse yesterday.

Source: hypebeast

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Nike Sportswear “Brazil Black Pack” SlamJam Release Party

March 3, 2010

Just recently, Nike Sportswear pulled the covers off an interesting homage to greatest footballing nation of all-time, Brasil. The Brasil Black Pack as the name suggests focused on the use of black with the sparing use of yellow to maintain its roots with the iconic colors of the Brasilian National Team. The roll-out of the collection has begun hitting select retailers including a recent launch party at Milan’s SlamJam. The event showcased all the items from within the collection including some strong pieces such as technical shells and varsity jackets.

Source: hypebeast

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Gucci Icon-Temporary London Opening

March 3, 2010

Gucci looks to bring its Icon-Temporary Pop Up Store to London for the latest leg of its world tour, which began back in 2009. The store will remain open for three weeks at Covent Garden’s Seven Dials and will feature 17 exclusive sneaker designs, 15 for Men and 2 for Women, as well as the limited edition Mark Ronson designs. The Icon-Temporary space launches on April 22nd for those looking to check it out.

Source: OOoOO