Music lifestyle brand Rocksmith releases their winter collection of sportswear titled ‘Bass Odyssey’. The line includes a velour set with reflective piping, extended reversible flight jacket, and space suit-inspired Gravity set made of quilted/filled nylon panels combined with fleece. The sci-fi themed lookbook features Mexican-American hip hop artist Kap G and was shot by photographer, Vegas Giovanni. The winter collection is now available on www.rocksmithnyc.com.
If you’re a fan of landscape photography, you’re going to be infatuated with the new lookbook from Raised by Wolves. Aside from the aesthetics, the 2015 Fall/Winter collection has some nice wearable wool flannels, beanies, hoodies and more. Take a look for yourself after the jump. (more…)
Streetwear iconic brand, 10.Deep has released their first lookbook for the 2015 Fall/Winter season titled ‘Chaos Theory’. Known for their progressive streetwear looks and pieces, the brand has made an ode to workwear this time around. The brand has once again pushed the boundaries of streetwear, and the collection looks to be one of the more cohesively themed collection this season this far. Take a look at the entire collection after the jump.
Drake‘s Toronto based brand, October’s Very Own, released the lookbook for their 2015 Spring/Summer Collection. Composed of velour sweatsuits, t-shirts and hats, the OVO collection screams a modernized 90’s inspired look as the apparel maintains a cohesive color palette with sky blue, beige/light brown and stone grey. Shop the collection at their online store, when it releases May 9th. (more…)
Yohji Yamamoto does it again. Apart of his 2015 Spring/Summer collection, adidas Y-3 releases the avant-garde ‘Dive Wedge’ that comes in floral and black colorways. The shoe contains an inner bootie and high wedge, with suede detail paired with the upper mid’s wetsuit inspired stretch material. Purchase these for $490USD on Y-3’s online store here.
A$AP Rocky covers the April/May 2015 issue of Complex magazine. He shares his disappointments with his previous album, his current relationship status, the lack of respect within the Been Trill/Hood By Air beef, psychedelics, A$AP Yams and more. Peep an excerpt when he was asked about former girlfriend, Iggy Azalea:
OK, let’s go back to an old relationship: How do you feel about the criticism of Iggy Azalea for not being an “authentic” rapper?
That [situation with Iggy] is unfortunate because nobody wants to be portrayed that way. I’m quite sure she doesn’t. I think she works hard like the rest of us. Silly or not, 300 million people like to watch it on YouTube, so who the fuck are we to say anything?
So you don’t think the criticism is fair?
It comes with the game. If she fake on something, somebody is going to call her bluff. That’s life. I’m not looking at it from a standpoint of “I used to be boning this chick’s back out.” I’m looking at it [as] “She’s just a person.” You can’t bluff. You gotta just be 100. That’s all I could really say. The question is: Was she not being 100 about something?
Check out the full cover story here and a behind the scenes video footage for the cover shoot below:
SXSW 2015 just finished this past weekend in Austin, Texas. VIBE magazine was on the scene and was able to sit down with Harlem rapper, A$AP Rocky, as well as catch his Samsung performance. Rocky shares his feelings on the passing of fellow Mob member, A$AP Yams, laying low from the outside world and his new album, A.L.L.A.. Check out all the individual videos after the jump: