Bit of a rushed one this week but we’ve still got some goodness; Complex host an interesting interview with visual artist Nabil Elderkin, i-D reminisce about the beauty of 90s Los Angeles movies and Questlove and Justin Bieber have a drum off (yes really). ‘Til next time.
Following on from initial first glimpses last year, Converse officially unveil the CONS CTS Fragment Design collection, in collaboration with the one and only Hiroshi Fujiwara. “I love the classic Converse silhouettes and I wanted to put my mark on a legendary sneaker, keeping its simplicity but adding my own aesthetic. This is just the beginning.” The Converse CONS x Fragment Design collection will launch in-store and online on Friday 11th September.
Perks & Mini have just delivered some visuals for their AW15 collections for both men and women. Shot on location by Brick Stowell, the editorial highlights key pieces from both collections. Perks & Mini’s fall collection will be arriving at Goodhood within the coming weeks.
To compliment the bank holiday weekend in the UK this week on Best of the Week is Vice’s documentary that tells the story of skateboarder Paul Alexander, Nowness’ just dance series with Lil Buck, and a stunning selection of black and white photos capture the wonders of the sea.
Number 38 of our Good Vibes is mixed by the one and only Fray Gile, easing you through the bank holiday weekend.
On Best of the Week this week someone who has a lot of time on their hands has reimagined NWA’s Straight Outta Compton in GTA V, this leg shuddering video captures the Slack Line world record, and Superimpose Studio’s new short film ‘Set Apart’ looks at the diversity of London’s music scene.