The final Best of the Week of July features George Clinton’s favourite albums of all time (some excellent artwork as well as music), Rune Fisker’s weird and wonderful surrealism, and Noisey look at ten classic grime photos shot by the brilliant Simon Wheatley and the story behind them, giving an insight into a culture that has changed rapidly over the last ten or so years.
Tetsu Nishiyama’s FPAR have released the lookbook for the brands AW15 collection. Approaching it with a typically guerrilla aesthetic, the lookbook highlights key pieces and accessories from the new season. FPAR’s AW15 collection will be in store this weekend and online early next week.
The fourth week of July already?! On Best of the Week this week are some incredible pictures from Burning Man festival throughout the past sixteen years, Jay Giampietro pretends to be on the phone while taking some of the most brilliant photos out and about in the streets of New York, and anti-homeless spikes down our very own Curtain Road were replaced with a seating area and public library this week. ‘Til next time.
Norse Projects have released their AW15 collection lookbook, highlighting some of the key items from the coming season with styling by Stephen Mann and photography by Justin Chung & Luke Norman. Look for key pieces to arrive at Goodhood in the coming weeks.
Only available outside of Japan at Goodhood and coming very very soon…
Quick hiatus but Best of the Week is back. This week features French artist Thomas Mailaender’s newest book which includes sunburnt photographs onto skin (looks painful eh), i-D magazine take us on a visual history of Jungle and Kurupt FM’s DJ Beats reviews the week’s singles for Clash Magazine.
This week we start with some behind the scenes film photography from Gosha SS16, which gives a closer look at the 80s Russian sportswear inspired season. The release of the Murakami x Vans went down this weekend, anyone wanting to know more about the Japanese pop artist should check out this interview. Finally we’ve got pictures of the aftermath of an extremely hot Glastonbury.