Not in the Christmas spirit just yet? Time to change that…
Leading London lifestyle brand Bunney team up with Converse once again on two premium styles, with uppers produced by Linton Tweeds and subtle Bunney sole detailing. The shoes release online & in-store at 11am Friday 9th December.
In this weeks Best of the Week we take a look at London’s Night Buses by Nick Turpin, German photographer Philipp Ebeling documents London’s forgotten neighbourhoods & The Guardian take a look back at the dreamy pastels of Miami Vice. This week we are throwing in an extra for you, take a look at these brilliant Louis Theroux quotes out of context.
Iconic California label Stussy come together with Converse once more to give the One Star a colourful makeover. Each shoe features a hairy suede upper and custom tongue embroidery. All three colourways are available in both men’s and women’s sizes and will release online on Friday 2nd December, 2016. To launch the shoe, in-demand visual artist Dexter Navy took to the streets of LA.
In this weeks Best of the week Dutch born photographer Ari Marcopoulos looks back at his 40 year career which has seen him photograph everything from Jay-Z to New Yorks skate scene, Jock Jonason talks about making the worlds most controversial ad campaigs for Diesel & finally a look at Sophie Greens publication ‘Dented Pride’, a celebration of one of Britains most colourful subcultures; banger car racing.
Some visual inspiration on this week’s Best of the Week courtesy of Detroit Institute of Arts’ ‘Detroit After Dark’ photo exhibition and Chris Labrooy’s surreal digital Porsche paintings, topped off by Frank Ocean’s first in-depth interview for a long while with New York Times.
Lonely deliver another beautifully shot editorial, featuring key pieces from the New Zealand labels Fall/Winter Swim range. Read our interview with Lonely photographer Harry Were here and shop all Lonely to the right.
This week on Best of the Week Mark Gonzales & Tommy Guerrero get together for an episode of ‘BS & TG,’ with Guerrero visiting Marks NYC studio, a new book from Stephen Shore chronicles his time photographing at Warhols factory in the mid-sixties and Tchiack Shassey & Melissa North take Nowness around their apartment previously owned by David Hockney.