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.
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.
This week take a look at the new release of Gosha’s new SS18 zine featuring unseen images of 90s russian ravers. Next up Noisey team up with the legendary Mike Skinner for the release of new documentary ‘ Don’t Call It Road Rap’ exploring the UK rap scene. Finally watch back as Frank Ocean performs his first live performance in 3 years.
This week take a look at the work of Joseph Barrett, the London based photographer redefining the term ‘Male Gaze’ for today’s post-binary world, Ahlan Gencay who heads down to the Supreme Store (London) to continue his election coverage and finally a look at William Eggleston’s enchanting photos of Memphis & Mississippi.
This week saw the opening of Design Museums exhibition ‘California’ exploring how the ideals of the 1960s counterculture morphed into the tech culture of Silicon Valley, and how ‘Designed in California’ became a global phenomenon. Watch Tyler The Creators ‘Cherrybomb’ documentary in full, featuring Kanye West, Asap Rock, Pharrell & more. Finally skate legend Mark Gonzales talks to GQ about how he mentally prepares for success, why comedy is high art, and why life is way better without a phone.
For over two years, Nick Knight, director Rei Nadal and the duo behind Cav Empt explored the term ‘youth’, documenting their stages of research in a SHOWstudio project entitled ‘Untitled Project’, take a look at the final stage. Music journalist John Ingham photographed and interviewed the original punks, before the movement hit the tabloids. In his new book ‘The Spirit of 76: London Punk Eyewitness’ you get an insight into the year that changed music forever. Finally if your looking for something to do this weekend head to Turbulence, the exhibition brings together the work of four British artists in: Sue Webster, Alex Sain, Jack Whitefield & Kingsley Ifil. Turbulence sheds light on the uncertainty of our times & is on show at Notting Hill’s Golborne Gallery.
For their first delivery of 2017 Beinghunted take personal memories, long-lost favourite items, a masterpiece from London and turned them into a collection of graphic t-shirts.
This week Larry Clark opened ‘White Trash’ an exhibition of artworks from his personal collection at the Bushwick Gallery, here he shares the stories behind a few of the pieces. Next take a look inside Apple’s new & nearly completed campus. Finally if you are looking for something to do in London this weekend then head to Somerset House for Photo London 17, here are 8 shows not to be missed.