Tyler The Creator links up with Converse for a four shoe collection of One Stars that conincide with the launch and theme of his new album ‘Flower Boy’. The pack is a plethora of pastels and features a selection of unique detailing, including type along the midsole, branding underneath the outsole and custom embroidery at the tongue and heel. All four colourways will release in-store and online at 11am, Thursday 03 August 2017.

Vans Vault come together with lifestyle brand Alyx for a collection of updated OG silhouettes that haven’t been released in the past twenty years. The collaboration is inspired by Alyx’s California roots and blends elements of youth culture with a high end approach. The pack will release for both men and women this Saturday, 29th July at 10.30am in-store and 11.30am online.

On this weeks Best of the Week is some heavy metal, Aphex Twin opens an online archive and Cynthia Alfonso’s beautifully trippy illustrations.

Back from hiatus this weeks B.O.T.W firstly features Jay Z’s new subversive music video for The Story Of O.J. Next up a team of Comedians visit one of our favourite cities Copenhagen to discuss political issues in episode one of Viceland’s new show Brexit Stage Left. Finally world renowned fashion photographer Nick Knight and cult Japanese brand Cav Empt team up on a film entitled ‘Energy Surplus’.

‘Time for Sushi’ blurs the lines between the meme world and fine art, Long Live Southbank are looking for donations to restore and revive the Undercroft skate park and Gary Warnett puts us onto Legends Never Die, a compilation of tunes from skate soundtracks.

This week take a look at Resident Advisors documentary exploring the complicated story behind the world’s biggest dance music scene, delve inside Patagonia’s secret gear archive and finally in the wake of Mobb Deep star Prodigy who sadly passed this week fact magazine take a look back at the legends legacy.

The Brain Dead crew have joined forces with Vans Vault for the perfect Summer link up, delivering a trio of pastel shoes and a selection of clothing and accessories inspired by the spirit of subculture. As always, the graphic treatment is second to none, with a selection of illustrations featured on each piece. The collection is limited and will launch at 10.30am in-store and 11.30am online, Saturday 24th June 2017.

 

June 16th, 2017

Gosha Rubchinskiy SS18

Following his FW17 show in Kaliningrad, Saint Petersburg was thus the natural choice for Gosha Rubchinskiy to present his Rave Culture themed SS18 collection. His next chapter inspired by the ghosts of parties past that still live on in the city sees the worlds of football culture, nightlife & vintage sportswear meet through collaborations with Adidas Football, Burberry, Stephen Jones & Retrosuperfuture.