en-US HYPEBAE Latest articles https://d2gkwoflhw8cr8.cloudfront.net/bundles/hypebeasteditorial/images/hypebae/hypebae-logo@2x.png?1484907695 HYPEBAE http://hypebae.com/ Fri, 20 Jan 2017 18:45:57 +0000 Zend_Feed_Writer 2 (http://framework.zend.com) http://hypebae.com/ Stussy's O’Dyed Classics Collection Is Peachy Keen Goodness on Sweats

Brands are beginning to emerge with pastel colors despite the winter doom. Case in point: Stussy's new O'Dyed Classics collection is complete with peach keen pastels and tie-die overlays. The collection's cozy Pigment Dyed sweatshirts and crewnecks are made with oversized care while T-shirts are dipped in "Hippy LSD" prints. Others have a dragon graphic on the back. Colors vary between peach to purple. Shop O'Dyed Classics online and in select Stussy retailers worldwide now.

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Brands are beginning to emerge with pastel colors despite the winter doom. Case in point: Stussy's new O'Dyed Classics collection is complete with peach keen pastels and tie-die overlays.

The collection's cozy Pigment Dyed sweatshirts and crewnecks are made with oversized care while T-shirts are dipped in "Hippy LSD" prints. Others have a dragon graphic on the back. Colors vary between peach to purple.

Shop O'Dyed Classics online and in select Stussy retailers worldwide now.

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Heron Preston's 2017 Fall/Winter Collection Ascends the Gap Between Streetwear and Luxury

After a launching a buzzworthy collaboration with the New York City Sanitation Department at Manhattan's Salt Shed, Heron Preston makes his official Paris Fashion Week debut. His Fall/Winter 2017 collection extends beyond the initiative to highlight an oft overlooked sector of the city culture — this full debut of his eponymous clothing line delves deeper into fashion-consciousness while examining the relationship between streetwear and luxury fashion. Titled "For You, The World," the collection is rooted in Preston's own identity, using the heron itself in nature as a reference point for the color palette and in a commissioned painting seen throughout. One shirt reads as an ode to the bird's free spirit: “A desire to establish as unique and independent." His own personal style and affinity for wearing and creating tees and hoodies with an elevated effect as he explores sustainable practices in production is also present. “Clothes are cool, but the main takeaway is using this project as a way to educate myself in how to limit the impact on the environment and educate the community around me." Drawing from that sentiment, new cut-and-sew offerings — baseball caps, long-sleeve shirts, a backpack and tote bag — from the Heron Preston x DSNY range are incorporated and will be available in limited-edition quantities. See those and the entire Fall/Winter 2017 collection above.

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After a launching a buzzworthy collaboration with the New York City Sanitation Department at Manhattan's Salt Shed, Heron Preston makes his official Paris Fashion Week debut. His Fall/Winter 2017 collection extends beyond the initiative to highlight an oft overlooked sector of the city culture — this full debut of his eponymous clothing line delves deeper into fashion-consciousness while examining the relationship between streetwear and luxury fashion.

Titled "For You, The World," the collection is rooted in Preston's own identity, using the heron itself in nature as a reference point for the color palette and in a commissioned painting seen throughout. One shirt reads as an ode to the bird's free spirit: “A desire to establish as unique and independent." His own personal style and affinity for wearing and creating tees and hoodies with an elevated effect as he explores sustainable practices in production is also present.

“Clothes are cool, but the main takeaway is using this project as a way to educate myself in how to limit the impact on the environment and educate the community around me."

Drawing from that sentiment, new cut-and-sew offerings — baseball caps, long-sleeve shirts, a backpack and tote bag — from the Heron Preston x DSNY range are incorporated and will be available in limited-edition quantities. See those and the entire Fall/Winter 2017 collection above.

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Finding Your Perfect Fit: What I Learned Over a Week With NikeWomen

Like many of us, I started my new year broke from the holidays, feeling like I indulged in too much Christmas cooking and baking, and resolving to be the best me I could be for 2017. So naturally, when I had the opportunity to partake in a NikeWomen workout series aimed at helping to kickstart new year's fitness goals, I jumped at the chance. As a DJ, finding time for fitness is one of the greatest challenges I face: An irregular schedule, lots of late nights and lots of (free) booze is basically a recipe for disaster when it comes to fitness, so I knew I could bring an interesting perspective to the experiment. There was another interesting element to this though: my training partners would also be DJs, currently grinding it out and trying to find their place in this highly competitive industry; all the while balancing friends, family, fitness and other obligations. We all know there is huge competition among women in any industry. The patriarchal structure of society has made it so: increased scrutiny and scarcity of leadership positions for women across many fields has led them to be fiercely protective of their own interests and opportunities (and rightfully so) and in turn be very competitive with other women who seek those similar opportunities. I never experienced this as much as I have since starting to pursue DJing as more of a career play and not just a hobby. I noticed people always seemed to want to create distinction between the men and women DJs, and seemed to especially like pitting women against each other, through good old-fashioned mean-spirited comparisons or even through initiatives meant to be celebratory or empowering such as all-female events and lineups. I know I've personally shied away from participating in such events, which makes me sad to admit because of course I want to be able to celebrate strong women and all of our wonderful creative energies and accomplishments, but I don't want to subscribe to any pressure to compete with others. "We've been conditioned to believe that there is limited seating for women at the table of opportunities," says Dre Ngozi, a holistic health practitioner and musician who was also part of our training crew. "We're cheered to act like crabs in a bucket, clawing our way up and out of our oppression." Needless to say, a group of us meeting at the most level playing field possible—the gym—felt like a great opportunity to shed any of those pressures, however real or imagined they might be, and just support each other through a fun and challenging experience instead. Increased scrutiny and scarcity of leadership positions for women across many fields has led them to be fiercely protective of their own interests and opportunities and in turn be very competitive with other women. While Nike's female-focused initiatives have ramped up in recent years, the feminine energy has always been at the forefront of Nike's ethos; the company is named after the Greek goddess of victory, after all. Just last year the company named Serena Williams the greatest athlete ever, but only in the last few decades have women been welcomed in certain sporting arenas: let's not forget the insane fact that up until the 1980s the longest distance a woman could run in the Olympics was 1,500 metres, because of the long-held belief that running any further might damage the womb and impact a woman's ability to reproduce, because you know, that's the most important role a woman has in the world. When Joan Benoit Samuelson smashed that ridiculous glass ceiling by winning the first ever women’s Olympic marathon, she did so wearing her very own Nike trainer and thus began the brand's rich history of female advocacy, from those memorable mid 1990s "If You Let Me Play" ads and the later #BetterForIt campaigns. In more recent years, the Swoosh has started focusing on everyday women, and challenging them to be empowered through sports and fitness. And that's exactly why myself and my counterparts found ourselves suiting up for our first workout session in Toronto a few weeks back: A group of everyday women, from different backgrounds and upbringings and with different dreams and motivations—our crew included aspiring singers, artists, a pharmacist and a mother—but all connected by this unique, and sometimes downright odd, career that for some of us is a full-time hustle, and others just one element of a pursuit of something greater. "Female DJs are almost more in demand than men right now," says Martina, who is both a DJ and singer/songwriter known as Gimmemar. "This gives us a new platform—which is great—but naturally competition will always be pushing us to the next level of greatness. There's a fine line between healthy and negative competitive energy though!" There is another commonality as well, though: Nike co-founder, Bill Bowerman famously said, "If you have a body, you are an athlete;" regardless of our athletic aptitude, we are all athletes. Out of our group of six, only a couple said they try to work out "regularly;" most of the others agreed that it had been a while since they'd broke a sweat (me included). "Late nights DJing often mean late starts," admits Dre, "so there goes that early morning jog that I tried to tell myself the day before that I was actually going to do." Many of us agree that there's a struggle between doing what we know is good for our body and what the lifestyle sometimes promotes: "I try to workout at least three times per week because it's important to me to look and feel sexy, heathy and confident," says Martina, "but late nights can affect a following day's workout for sure - especially mixed with over-consuming alcohol and late night junk food. I find myself battling the two lifestyles often." The idea of having your own perfect fit but still being part of a larger family or collection reminded me of us, in a way: every athlete, every woman, has their story. Our workout series saw us attend three separate sessions—a cardio blast session at Pursuit OCR, a yoga class at YYoga and a spin class at Ride Cycle Club—while trying out some of Nike's spring training essentials including their extensive bra options, Zonal tights and Metcon footwear. With each workout I was surprised that I didn't feel the same pressure to compete that I'd come to associate with being grouped with other women. Instead I felt something different and new: a camaraderie growing between us, along with the accountability to one another that makes group workouts so effective. I pushed myself a little harder knowing that the others were not only watching, but pushing themselves as well. We ended the week at the NikeWomen Bra Haus pop up shop inside the Hudson's Bay in downtown Toronto. The space is dedicated to celebrating all female athletes, regardless of their level of fitness, and is centred around the extensive spring bra collection which promises a fit for everyone, no matter which shape, colour or sport you prefer. I couldn't help but think the the idea of having your own perfect fit but still being part of a larger family or collection reminded me of us, in a way: every athlete, every woman, has their story, and this week that we spent together had been about sharing—as well as adding to—our own. We were all searching for our perfect fit—our place—but we'd found one here, even if it was temporary. As I looked around the space and at my counterparts taking polaroids and getting their sports bras customized with their choice of positive affirmations ("I Know I'm Killing It" and "I Came To Win" were crowd favorites), I felt a sense of accomplishment, and not just just about the physical limits that I'd pushed my body to. I truly couldn't remember the last time I'd been in such a setting—with a group of women, a group of friends, sipping on lemonade (not vodka) and just celebrating each other and ourselves, for all that made us different, for all that made us unique, and for all the ways we could relate to each other as well. When I thought about how to sum up the week, one idea kept popping into my head: I realized that sport is not so different to pursuing music, or DJing, or singing, or anything else creative. Both require discipline, vulnerability, dedication and hard work. Both require you to accept your challenges or areas for improvement with the same grace and humility that you celebrate your wins or your strengths. In both a little competition can be healthy, especially if you combine it with cooperation, and honest support and appreciation for your counterparts. And most of all, whether you are a DJ, a singer, a holistic health practitioner or an athlete, your greatest competition should always be yourself. The NikeWomen BraHaus is open from Thursday January 19 to Sunday January 22. Nike+ services on site include bra fittings, bra customization, hair braiding and a nail bar. NikeWomen BraHaus 2/F Hudson's Bay Queen Street (CF Toronto Eaton Centre) 176 Yonge St Toronto, ON M5C 2L7

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Like many of us, I started my new year broke from the holidays, feeling like I indulged in too much Christmas cooking and baking, and resolving to be the best me I could be for 2017. So naturally, when I had the opportunity to partake in a NikeWomen workout series aimed at helping to kickstart new year's fitness goals, I jumped at the chance. As a DJ, finding time for fitness is one of the greatest challenges I face: An irregular schedule, lots of late nights and lots of (free) booze is basically a recipe for disaster when it comes to fitness, so I knew I could bring an interesting perspective to the experiment. There was another interesting element to this though: my training partners would also be DJs, currently grinding it out and trying to find their place in this highly competitive industry; all the while balancing friends, family, fitness and other obligations.

We all know there is huge competition among women in any industry. The patriarchal structure of society has made it so: increased scrutiny and scarcity of leadership positions for women across many fields has led them to be fiercely protective of their own interests and opportunities (and rightfully so) and in turn be very competitive with other women who seek those similar opportunities. I never experienced this as much as I have since starting to pursue DJing as more of a career play and not just a hobby. I noticed people always seemed to want to create distinction between the men and women DJs, and seemed to especially like pitting women against each other, through good old-fashioned mean-spirited comparisons or even through initiatives meant to be celebratory or empowering such as all-female events and lineups. I know I've personally shied away from participating in such events, which makes me sad to admit because of course I want to be able to celebrate strong women and all of our wonderful creative energies and accomplishments, but I don't want to subscribe to any pressure to compete with others. "We've been conditioned to believe that there is limited seating for women at the table of opportunities," says Dre Ngozi, a holistic health practitioner and musician who was also part of our training crew. "We're cheered to act like crabs in a bucket, clawing our way up and out of our oppression." Needless to say, a group of us meeting at the most level playing field possible—the gym—felt like a great opportunity to shed any of those pressures, however real or imagined they might be, and just support each other through a fun and challenging experience instead.

Increased scrutiny and scarcity of leadership positions for women across many fields has led them to be fiercely protective of their own interests and opportunities and in turn be very competitive with other women.

While Nike's female-focused initiatives have ramped up in recent years, the feminine energy has always been at the forefront of Nike's ethos; the company is named after the Greek goddess of victory, after all. Just last year the company named Serena Williams the greatest athlete ever, but only in the last few decades have women been welcomed in certain sporting arenas: let's not forget the insane fact that up until the 1980s the longest distance a woman could run in the Olympics was 1,500 metres, because of the long-held belief that running any further might damage the womb and impact a woman's ability to reproduce, because you know, that's the most important role a woman has in the world. When Joan Benoit Samuelson smashed that ridiculous glass ceiling by winning the first ever women’s Olympic marathon, she did so wearing her very own Nike trainer and thus began the brand's rich history of female advocacy, from those memorable mid 1990s "If You Let Me Play" ads and the later #BetterForIt campaigns. In more recent years, the Swoosh has started focusing on everyday women, and challenging them to be empowered through sports and fitness.

And that's exactly why myself and my counterparts found ourselves suiting up for our first workout session in Toronto a few weeks back: A group of everyday women, from different backgrounds and upbringings and with different dreams and motivations—our crew included aspiring singers, artists, a pharmacist and a mother—but all connected by this unique, and sometimes downright odd, career that for some of us is a full-time hustle, and others just one element of a pursuit of something greater. "Female DJs are almost more in demand than men right now," says Martina, who is both a DJ and singer/songwriter known as Gimmemar. "This gives us a new platform—which is great—but naturally competition will always be pushing us to the next level of greatness. There's a fine line between healthy and negative competitive energy though!" There is another commonality as well, though: Nike co-founder, Bill Bowerman famously said, "If you have a body, you are an athlete;" regardless of our athletic aptitude, we are all athletes.

Out of our group of six, only a couple said they try to work out "regularly;" most of the others agreed that it had been a while since they'd broke a sweat (me included). "Late nights DJing often mean late starts," admits Dre, "so there goes that early morning jog that I tried to tell myself the day before that I was actually going to do." Many of us agree that there's a struggle between doing what we know is good for our body and what the lifestyle sometimes promotes: "I try to workout at least three times per week because it's important to me to look and feel sexy, heathy and confident," says Martina, "but late nights can affect a following day's workout for sure - especially mixed with over-consuming alcohol and late night junk food. I find myself battling the two lifestyles often."

The idea of having your own perfect fit but still being part of a larger family or collection reminded me of us, in a way: every athlete, every woman, has their story.

Our workout series saw us attend three separate sessions—a cardio blast session at Pursuit OCR, a yoga class at YYoga and a spin class at Ride Cycle Club—while trying out some of Nike's spring training essentials including their extensive bra options, Zonal tights and Metcon footwear. With each workout I was surprised that I didn't feel the same pressure to compete that I'd come to associate with being grouped with other women. Instead I felt something different and new: a camaraderie growing between us, along with the accountability to one another that makes group workouts so effective. I pushed myself a little harder knowing that the others were not only watching, but pushing themselves as well.

We ended the week at the NikeWomen Bra Haus pop up shop inside the Hudson's Bay in downtown Toronto. The space is dedicated to celebrating all female athletes, regardless of their level of fitness, and is centred around the extensive spring bra collection which promises a fit for everyone, no matter which shape, colour or sport you prefer. I couldn't help but think the the idea of having your own perfect fit but still being part of a larger family or collection reminded me of us, in a way: every athlete, every woman, has their story, and this week that we spent together had been about sharing—as well as adding to—our own. We were all searching for our perfect fit—our place—but we'd found one here, even if it was temporary. As I looked around the space and at my counterparts taking polaroids and getting their sports bras customized with their choice of positive affirmations ("I Know I'm Killing It" and "I Came To Win" were crowd favorites), I felt a sense of accomplishment, and not just just about the physical limits that I'd pushed my body to. I truly couldn't remember the last time I'd been in such a setting—with a group of women, a group of friends, sipping on lemonade (not vodka) and just celebrating each other and ourselves, for all that made us different, for all that made us unique, and for all the ways we could relate to each other as well.

When I thought about how to sum up the week, one idea kept popping into my head: I realized that sport is not so different to pursuing music, or DJing, or singing, or anything else creative. Both require discipline, vulnerability, dedication and hard work. Both require you to accept your challenges or areas for improvement with the same grace and humility that you celebrate your wins or your strengths. In both a little competition can be healthy, especially if you combine it with cooperation, and honest support and appreciation for your counterparts. And most of all, whether you are a DJ, a singer, a holistic health practitioner or an athlete, your greatest competition should always be yourself.


The NikeWomen BraHaus is open from Thursday January 19 to Sunday January 22. Nike+ services on site include bra fittings, bra customization, hair braiding and a nail bar.

NikeWomen BraHaus
2/F Hudson's Bay Queen Street (CF Toronto Eaton Centre)
176 Yonge St
Toronto, ON M5C 2L7

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Kiehl's Ultimate Strength Hand Salve Is Here to Save You from Winter Dryness

When it comes to seasons in Hong Kong, winter is definitely preferable because for one, I can layer and also I'm not assaulted by the overbearing humidity of subtropical summers. Even with my sartorial partiality, however, there is one thing that makes me dread the colder weather: dry hands. Ever since I can remember, my hands have been abnormally susceptible to the dryness of dropping temperatures. Although I always joke that the back of my hands feel like sandpaper, the description isn't actually that far off -- cracked and flaky, my hands are literally parched for the majority of winter. Trying every lotion, balm and cream I could get my hands on, I had never been able to find a remedy for my particular ailment. That is not until I came across Kiehl's Ultimate Strength Hand Salve, and the heavens opened as I heard a celestial chorus of angels sing praises for this miraculous, maximum-strength hand moisturizer. If you've been on a similar hunt for that perfect solution to combat winter hand dryness, read on to meet your saviour. WHAT IS IT: Kiehl's Ultimate Strength Hand Salve WHY IT’S WORTH THE HYPE: While many hand moisturizers often leave a slick, greasy layer on your skin, Kiehl's ultra-rich formula doesn't leave your hands feeling oily. Instead, the best-selling product quenches your skin and creates a "glove-like" protective barrier that actually serves as a guard against moisture loss. As a result, your skin can naturally draw and absorb water from the air. Thanks to its unique blend of botanical oils and natural wax extracted from Olive Oil, the salve soothes and moisturizes while also conditioning the skin. Basically, this product is a godsend. Your hands will feel baby soft and bae won't complain that your hand feels like s slippery fish. WHERE YOU CAN FIND IT: You can purchase one of these babies at Kiehl's online or in-store for $15 USD.

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Fri, 20 Jan 2017 17:03:00 +0000 http://hypebae.com/2017/1/kiehls-ultimate-strength-hand-salve-editors-pick http://bae.hypebeast.com/?post=80791 info@hypebae.com (Hypebae) Hypebae

When it comes to seasons in Hong Kong, winter is definitely preferable because for one, I can layer and also I'm not assaulted by the overbearing humidity of subtropical summers. Even with my sartorial partiality, however, there is one thing that makes me dread the colder weather: dry hands. Ever since I can remember, my hands have been abnormally susceptible to the dryness of dropping temperatures. Although I always joke that the back of my hands feel like sandpaper, the description isn't actually that far off -- cracked and flaky, my hands are literally parched for the majority of winter.

Trying every lotion, balm and cream I could get my hands on, I had never been able to find a remedy for my particular ailment. That is not until I came across Kiehl's Ultimate Strength Hand Salve, and the heavens opened as I heard a celestial chorus of angels sing praises for this miraculous, maximum-strength hand moisturizer. If you've been on a similar hunt for that perfect solution to combat winter hand dryness, read on to meet your saviour.

WHAT IS IT: Kiehl's Ultimate Strength Hand Salve

WHY IT’S WORTH THE HYPE: While many hand moisturizers often leave a slick, greasy layer on your skin, Kiehl's ultra-rich formula doesn't leave your hands feeling oily. Instead, the best-selling product quenches your skin and creates a "glove-like" protective barrier that actually serves as a guard against moisture loss. As a result, your skin can naturally draw and absorb water from the air. Thanks to its unique blend of botanical oils and natural wax extracted from Olive Oil, the salve soothes and moisturizes while also conditioning the skin. Basically, this product is a godsend. Your hands will feel baby soft and bae won't complain that your hand feels like s slippery fish.

WHERE YOU CAN FIND IT: You can purchase one of these babies at Kiehl's online or in-store for $15 USD.

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The Season's Best Bombers Are Here: Shop Vetements x Alpha Industries Now

You can do no wrong with a bomber – it's been the Fall/Winter staple that started with Alpha Industries. The pioneer in the "movement" collaborated with Vetements to rework their classics. The Quilted Bomber, Oversized Bomber and Quilted Oversized Bomber Vest got the Demna Gvasalia's ethos – oversized, overlong and new-age grunge. All are reversible with an American flag on the Quilted's back. Shop the unisex Vetements x Alpha Industries collection at Opening Ceremony ranging between $1775 and $2450 USD.

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Fri, 20 Jan 2017 17:33:04 +0000 http://hypebae.com/2017/1/vetements-alpha-industries-bombers http://bae.hypebeast.com/?post=81439 info@hypebae.com (Hypebae) Hypebae

You can do no wrong with a bomber – it's been the Fall/Winter staple that started with Alpha Industries. The pioneer in the "movement" collaborated with Vetements to rework their classics.

The Quilted Bomber, Oversized Bomber and Quilted Oversized Bomber Vest got the Demna Gvasalia's ethos – oversized, overlong and new-age grunge. All are reversible with an American flag on the Quilted's back.

Shop the unisex Vetements x Alpha Industries collection at Opening Ceremony ranging between $1775 and $2450 USD.

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JLo and Drake Have Actually Been Making Music All This Time

Jennifer Lopez and Drake have kept coy about their relationship over the past month. Speculation roared when Lopez spent New Year's Eve at Drake's Las Vegas show and then posted an intimate photo to Instagram. He then reportedly gifted her a $100,000 USD diamond necklace that sent "D-Lo" shippers into a spin. But to ExtraTV she admitted: "He just asked me to do a song with him and that's what we've been doing. We'll see if it's on his next album." She remained mum about the relationship rumors but at least confirmed new music is on the way. Keep us guessing D-Lo.

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Fri, 20 Jan 2017 14:49:39 +0000 http://hypebae.com/2017/1/jennifer-lopez-drake-new-music http://bae.hypebeast.com/?post=81393 info@hypebae.com (Hypebae) Hypebae

Jennifer Lopez and Drake have kept coy about their relationship over the past month. Speculation roared when Lopez spent New Year's Eve at Drake's Las Vegas show and then posted an intimate photo to Instagram.

He then reportedly gifted her a $100,000 USD diamond necklace that sent "D-Lo" shippers into a spin. But to ExtraTV she admitted:

"He just asked me to do a song with him and that's what we've been doing. We'll see if it's on his next album."

She remained mum about the relationship rumors but at least confirmed new music is on the way. Keep us guessing D-Lo.

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adidas by Stella McCartney Breaks All the Rules for 2017 Spring/Summer Campaign

Having been announced as the new face of adidas by Stella McCartney last year, Karlie Kloss now stars in Three Stripes' epic 2017 spring/summer campaign. Appearing alongside sprint star Octavious Freeman and respected yoga instructor Chelsey Korus, the lookbook is a celebration of the modern female athlete who overcomes every new challenge thrown her way. Whether it be breaking rules or paving the way for a new generation of young women, the campaign proves that our contemporary champions are breaking down barriers. On what the experience means to her, Karlie says: The adidas by Stella McCartney Spring/Summer 2017 is about celebrating strong female athleticism and embracing new challenges. During the shoot, I learned new ways to strengthen both my body and mind from the other incredible women who champion this exciting new collection. This campaign is all about making your own rules but also embracing inspiration from others. To shop the new collection, you can head over to adidas.com.

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Fri, 20 Jan 2017 11:04:10 +0000 http://hypebae.com/2017/1/adidas-stella-mccartney-2017-spring-summer-collection http://bae.hypebeast.com/?post=81356 info@hypebae.com (Hypebae) Hypebae

Having been announced as the new face of adidas by Stella McCartney last year, Karlie Kloss now stars in Three Stripes' epic 2017 spring/summer campaign. Appearing alongside sprint star Octavious Freeman and respected yoga instructor Chelsey Korus, the lookbook is a celebration of the modern female athlete who overcomes every new challenge thrown her way. Whether it be breaking rules or paving the way for a new generation of young women, the campaign proves that our contemporary champions are breaking down barriers. On what the experience means to her, Karlie says:

The adidas by Stella McCartney Spring/Summer 2017 is about celebrating strong female athleticism and embracing new challenges. During the shoot, I learned new ways to strengthen both my body and mind from the other incredible women who champion this exciting new collection. This campaign is all about making your own rules but also embracing inspiration from others.

To shop the new collection, you can head over to adidas.com.

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Nattofranco's 2017 Spring/Summer Capsule Is a Scrapbook of '80s Japanese Magazine Culture

Launched back in 2014, Nattofranco is the brainchild of half French-half Japanese designer Noémie Sebayashi. As a sincere reflection of Sebayashi's double identity, the brand's pieces fuse together various sources of inspiration derived from cultural experience. For the label's latest 2017 spring/summer capsule collection, a selection of sweatshirts, long-sleeves and warm-up jackets are inspired by a bygone generation of cut-and-paste culture. Reading almost like an album made of scrap images, the range showcases nostalgic graphics that are driven by an 'otaku' perspective of Japanese image books and the female 'aidoru' magazines of the '80s and '90s. To find out more about Nattofranco, you can head over to the brand's website here.

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Fri, 20 Jan 2017 09:23:33 +0000 http://hypebae.com/2017/1/nattofranco-2017-spring-summer-capsule-collection http://bae.hypebeast.com/?post=81315 info@hypebae.com (Hypebae) Hypebae

Launched back in 2014, Nattofranco is the brainchild of half French-half Japanese designer Noémie Sebayashi. As a sincere reflection of Sebayashi's double identity, the brand's pieces fuse together various sources of inspiration derived from cultural experience. For the label's latest 2017 spring/summer capsule collection, a selection of sweatshirts, long-sleeves and warm-up jackets are inspired by a bygone generation of cut-and-paste culture. Reading almost like an album made of scrap images, the range showcases nostalgic graphics that are driven by an 'otaku' perspective of Japanese image books and the female 'aidoru' magazines of the '80s and '90s.

To find out more about Nattofranco, you can head over to the brand's website here.

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Nike's Air Max Thea Ultra SE "Black" Is Hit with Faux Snakeskin

Having already seen the Air Max Thea Premium in a neutral-perfect "Wolf Grey" colorway, Nike now unveils the Air Max Thea in an Ultra SE variation. Rendered in a "Black" palette, faux snakeskin details are used throughout the upper. Complementing the obsidian color scheme is a jet-black heel counter, midsole, side panel branding, and rope laces. You can shop the new reptilian Air Max Thea Ultra SE for $169.90 USD at select stockists such as Titolo.

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Having already seen the Air Max Thea Premium in a neutral-perfect "Wolf Grey" colorway, Nike now unveils the Air Max Thea in an Ultra SE variation. Rendered in a "Black" palette, faux snakeskin details are used throughout the upper. Complementing the obsidian color scheme is a jet-black heel counter, midsole, side panel branding, and rope laces.

You can shop the new reptilian Air Max Thea Ultra SE for $169.90 USD at select stockists such as Titolo.

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Love Hurts in Snakehips & MØ's New Video For "Don't Leave"

UK-based duo Snakehips and Danish singer MØ have teamed up to release their latest collaborative single, "Don't Leave." Perfectly embodying MØ's heart-wrenching ballad, the song's visuals shows the emotional highs and lows of a relationship as it blossoms and disintegrates. As a mirror of the track's lyrics, the songstress croons about knowing when to let go. You can watch the full video above.

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UK-based duo Snakehips and Danish singer have teamed up to release their latest collaborative single, "Don't Leave." Perfectly embodying MØ's heart-wrenching ballad, the song's visuals shows the emotional highs and lows of a relationship as it blossoms and disintegrates. As a mirror of the track's lyrics, the songstress croons about knowing when to let go. You can watch the full video above.

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Andersson Bell Spends "Un Jour à Paris" for Its Latest Lookbook

South Korean label Andersson Bell has recently unveiled its latest fall/winter lookbook, captured in the romantic streets of Paris. Entitled "Un Jour à Paris," the collection is showcased through an atmospheric day trip across the French capital. Providing a contemporary take on streetwear, the range highlights a diverse selection of outerwear that includes an aviator jacket, overcoats, hoodies, sweatshirts and knitwear. Rounding off the styled looks are asymmetric skirts, trackpant-style trousers, blouses and footwear. You can check out the entire lookbook above, and can head over to HBXWM to shop pieces from the collection.

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South Korean label Andersson Bell has recently unveiled its latest fall/winter lookbook, captured in the romantic streets of Paris. Entitled "Un Jour à Paris," the collection is showcased through an atmospheric day trip across the French capital. Providing a contemporary take on streetwear, the range highlights a diverse selection of outerwear that includes an aviator jacket, overcoats, hoodies, sweatshirts and knitwear. Rounding off the styled looks are asymmetric skirts, trackpant-style trousers, blouses and footwear.

You can check out the entire lookbook above, and can head over to HBXWM to shop pieces from the collection.

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Dr. Martens Celebrates Valentine's Day with a Sugary Sweet Collection

With Valentine's Day being just around the corner, Dr. Martens now unveils a special collection featuring its signature footwear styles and accessories. Both the Joyce Brogues and the Bentley Boot are given a sweet makeover with a bold, red heart gracing the white leather upper. In addition, the collection features two adorable, heart-shaped satchels decorated with subtle eyelet details. Browse the gallery above to see the entire range. Priced between $120 USD and $144 USD, you can now shop the collection over at Dr. Martens' website.

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With Valentine's Day being just around the corner, Dr. Martens now unveils a special collection featuring its signature footwear styles and accessories. Both the Joyce Brogues and the Bentley Boot are given a sweet makeover with a bold, red heart gracing the white leather upper. In addition, the collection features two adorable, heart-shaped satchels decorated with subtle eyelet details. Browse the gallery above to see the entire range.

Priced between $120 USD and $144 USD, you can now shop the collection over at Dr. Martens' website.

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Minimalists, Prepare to Obsess Over Stella McCartney's "Lunar New Year" Jewelry Collection

In celebration of the upcoming Year of Rooster, Stella McCartney now launches an exclusive "Lunar New Year" capsule collection featuring the most elegant jewelry a minimalist can dream of. Comprised of five different pieces, the new accessories range is entirely hand-crafted with brass. While one of the earrings features a suspended sphere, another style is shaped like a beautiful half moon. In addition, the collection includes a necklace as well as a ring — all designed with a festive, bright red color. Priced between $360 USD and $690 USD, you can now pre-order the collection at Stella McCartney's website. Check out the entire range below:

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Fri, 20 Jan 2017 04:06:16 +0000 http://hypebae.com/2017/1/stella-mccartney-2017-lunar-new-year-jewelry-capsule-collection http://bae.hypebeast.com/?post=81192 info@hypebae.com (Hypebae) Hypebae

In celebration of the upcoming Year of Rooster, Stella McCartney now launches an exclusive "Lunar New Year" capsule collection featuring the most elegant jewelry a minimalist can dream of. Comprised of five different pieces, the new accessories range is entirely hand-crafted with brass. While one of the earrings features a suspended sphere, another style is shaped like a beautiful half moon. In addition, the collection includes a necklace as well as a ring — all designed with a festive, bright red color.

Priced between $360 USD and $690 USD, you can now pre-order the collection at Stella McCartney's website. Check out the entire range below:





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The Action-Packed First Trailer for 'Power Rangers' Is Finally Here

Having already seen a short teaser for the highly-anticipated Power Rangers film, we now finally get to check out the first official trailer for the movie. Starring Naomi Scott as Kimberly Hart and Elizabeth Banks as the villainous Rita Repulsa, the upcoming film sees five high school students discovering their super powers and saving their beloved town from an alien invasion. Watch the action-packed trailer above before the movie hits theaters on March 24.

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Having already seen a short teaser for the highly-anticipated Power Rangers film, we now finally get to check out the first official trailer for the movie. Starring Naomi Scott as Kimberly Hart and Elizabeth Banks as the villainous Rita Repulsa, the upcoming film sees five high school students discovering their super powers and saving their beloved town from an alien invasion. Watch the action-packed trailer above before the movie hits theaters on March 24.

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Here's Your First Look at a fragment design x Louis Vuitton Varsity Jacket

Looks like Supreme is not the only streetwear brand that Louis Vuitton is teaming up with. A few hours after the highly talked about runway show, Hiroshi Fujiwara now offers a sneak peek at an upcoming fragment design x Louis Vuitton varsity jacket. For those who have been keeping up, you'll know that the designer teased a fragment design x LV leather teddy bear on social media last November. Days later, LV's artistic director Kim Jones also shared an Instagram showcasing a co-branded guitar case alongside said bear. As revealed on Fujiwara's Instagram account, the black outerwear piece sees the words ”LOUIS V. & FRAGMENTS” stitched onto the front, while its white sleeves are emblazoned with logo patches of both brands. The designer even strategically places the new Supreme x LV bandanas beside the jacket. Check out the images below to see it for yourself, and stay with us for more updates. A photo posted by fujiwarahiroshi (@fujiwarahiroshi) on Jan 19, 2017 at 1:09pm PST LV #pieterhugo A photo posted by fujiwarahiroshi (@fujiwarahiroshi) on Nov 16, 2016 at 7:36pm PST #louisvuitton X fragment bear and guitar case - worldwide from May as part of pre Fall men's collection @fujiwarahiroshi A photo posted by mrkimjones (@mrkimjones) on Nov 23, 2016 at 7:19am PST

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Fri, 20 Jan 2017 02:52:39 +0000 http://hypebae.com/2017/1/fragment-design-louis-vuitton-varsity-jacket http://bae.hypebeast.com/?post=81172 info@hypebae.com (Hypebae) Hypebae

Looks like Supreme is not the only streetwear brand that Louis Vuitton is teaming up with. A few hours after the highly talked about runway show, Hiroshi Fujiwara now offers a sneak peek at an upcoming fragment design x Louis Vuitton varsity jacket. For those who have been keeping up, you'll know that the designer teased a fragment design x LV leather teddy bear on social media last November. Days later, LV's artistic director Kim Jones also shared an Instagram showcasing a co-branded guitar case alongside said bear.

As revealed on Fujiwara's Instagram account, the black outerwear piece sees the words ”LOUIS V. & FRAGMENTS” stitched onto the front, while its white sleeves are emblazoned with logo patches of both brands. The designer even strategically places the new Supreme x LV bandanas beside the jacket.

Check out the images below to see it for yourself, and stay with us for more updates.

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AMBUSH's STANCE Collection Is Padlocks, Chains and Business Cool

You can count on AMBUSH to never go minimalist. Verbal and Yoon's brand returns with a Spring/Summer 2017 STANCE collection that's more DIY-cool and Harajuku. The lookbook above models the padlock chains and "Zip Tie" chokers. There's a business sentiment too – peep ID holders and a "Pen Holder" necklace. Layering chain belts and ball chains complement with gothic distinction. Check out the collection above and shop select items on ambushdesign.com.

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Thu, 19 Jan 2017 22:41:08 +0000 http://hypebae.com/2017/1/ambush-2017-spring-summer-stance-collection http://bae.hypebeast.com/?post=81095 info@hypebae.com (Hypebae) Hypebae

You can count on AMBUSH to never go minimalist. Verbal and Yoon's brand returns with a Spring/Summer 2017 STANCE collection that's more DIY-cool and Harajuku.

The lookbook above models the padlock chains and "Zip Tie" chokers. There's a business sentiment too – peep ID holders and a "Pen Holder" necklace. Layering chain belts and ball chains complement with gothic distinction.

Check out the collection above and shop select items on ambushdesign.com.

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Go Backstage for OFF-WHITE's 2017 Fall/Winter Show at Paris Fashion Week

Virgil Abloh had a particularly busy Paris Fashion Week — and that's to be expected, of course, but Thursday meant unveiling both his OFF-WHITE Pre-Fall 2017 and Fall 2017 ranges. We now get an exclusive look backstage for the latter collection, entitled "Seeing Things." Mens' and womenswear looks maturely mingle behind the scenes. Only four years since launching his brand, Virgil Abloh's growth extending beyond his streetwear beginnings is ever-apparent. “The ethos was not to be preoccupied with youth,” Abloh asserted. “It was to put something wearable at the forefront but from an elder generation, using the exploratory idea that youth is ageless.” Growing up this season also means an enriched appreciation for art, as French street artist Pablo Tomek's abstract brushstrokes touched different items from head to toe. Above, get a closer look at Virgil's latest offerings, then see the entire "Global Warming?" Pre-Fall 2017 collection here.

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Thu, 19 Jan 2017 22:09:04 +0000 http://hypebae.com/2017/1/off-white-2017-fall-paris-fashion-week-backstage http://bae.hypebeast.com/?post=81052 info@hypebae.com (Hypebae) Hypebae

Virgil Abloh had a particularly busy Paris Fashion Week — and that's to be expected, of course, but Thursday meant unveiling both his OFF-WHITE Pre-Fall 2017 and Fall 2017 ranges. We now get an exclusive look backstage for the latter collection, entitled "Seeing Things." Mens' and womenswear looks maturely mingle behind the scenes. Only four years since launching his brand, Virgil Abloh's growth extending beyond his streetwear beginnings is ever-apparent.

“The ethos was not to be preoccupied with youth,” Abloh asserted. “It was to put something wearable at the forefront but from an elder generation, using the exploratory idea that youth is ageless.”

Growing up this season also means an enriched appreciation for art, as French street artist Pablo Tomek's abstract brushstrokes touched different items from head to toe. Above, get a closer look at Virgil's latest offerings, then see the entire "Global Warming?" Pre-Fall 2017 collection here.

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Here's a Front-Row Look at Rick Owens' 2017 Paris Fashion Show

Rick Owens never disappoints with the proportions nor the theatrics on the runway. The Fall/Winter 2017 menswear collection in Paris held up to the expectations. Owens metaphorically said to Vogue: “You know, I wanted it to be voluptuous and flamboyant but then I look at it: It definitely is about strapping yourself in for a bumpy ride.” The ride he took was sculptural with a hard undertone blanketed over by an airbag. That's perhaps the most noticeable – slumber bag-like quilting completed the black and orange color palette. To over-exaggerate even moreso was over-wide Madchester pants. Take a look at the runway above and get a closer look at the show mood below. Michele Lamy was in the audience.

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Thu, 19 Jan 2017 22:02:49 +0000 http://hypebae.com/2017/1/rick-owens-2017-fall-winter-menswear-collection-front-row http://bae.hypebeast.com/?post=81053 info@hypebae.com (Hypebae) Hypebae

Rick Owens never disappoints with the proportions nor the theatrics on the runway. The Fall/Winter 2017 menswear collection in Paris held up to the expectations. Owens metaphorically said to Vogue:

“You know, I wanted it to be voluptuous and flamboyant but then I look at it: It definitely is about strapping yourself in for a bumpy ride.”

The ride he took was sculptural with a hard undertone blanketed over by an airbag. That's perhaps the most noticeable – slumber bag-like quilting completed the black and orange color palette. To over-exaggerate even moreso was over-wide Madchester pants.

Take a look at the runway above and get a closer look at the show mood below. Michele Lamy was in the audience.




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Kylie Jenner Is Restocking Her Royal Peach Palette Today

Kylie Jenner's Royal Peach Palette sold out in under nine minutes on January 12. Fret not – she announced on Instagram that the 12-shade eyeshadow kit is restocking on January 19 via kyliecosmetics.com. The new palette's 12 matte and shimmer colors range between brown to green with a particular peach penchant. It's complete with a mirror and eyeshadow brush. Don't miss out at 3 p.m. PST. Royal Peach Palette restock is TODAY at 3pm pst ⏱???????? make sure you don't miss it! KylieCosmetics.com A photo posted by Kylie Cosmetics (@kyliecosmetics) on Jan 19, 2017 at 8:14am PST

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Thu, 19 Jan 2017 20:37:16 +0000 http://hypebae.com/2017/1/kylie-jenner-royal-peach-palette-restock http://bae.hypebeast.com/?post=81038 info@hypebae.com (Hypebae) Hypebae

Kylie Jenner's Royal Peach Palette sold out in under nine minutes on January 12. Fret not – she announced on Instagram that the 12-shade eyeshadow kit is restocking on January 19 via kyliecosmetics.com.

The new palette's 12 matte and shimmer colors range between brown to green with a particular peach penchant. It's complete with a mirror and eyeshadow brush. Don't miss out at 3 p.m. PST.

Royal Peach Palette restock is TODAY at 3pm pst ⏱???????? make sure you don't miss it! KylieCosmetics.com

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The adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 "Black/Red" Is Expected to Release Next Month

We got a first look at the new YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 "Black/Red" back in December, but there's been a tight lid on release details until now. Yes, there's already been a "Black/Red" before this one, except the updated iteration has been stripped of the side stripe and leaves "SPLY-350" written across the Primeknit upper. Finally, the pull tab makes its return on the heel. This YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 could be releasing as soon as February 11, as per Yeezy Mafia. Mark your calendar and keep it locked for any further updates.

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Thu, 19 Jan 2017 20:08:06 +0000 http://hypebae.com/2017/1/adidas-yeezy-boost-350-v2-black-red-release-date http://bae.hypebeast.com/?post=81035 info@hypebae.com (Hypebae) Hypebae

We got a first look at the new YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 "Black/Red" back in December, but there's been a tight lid on release details until now. Yes, there's already been a "Black/Red" before this one, except the updated iteration has been stripped of the side stripe and leaves "SPLY-350" written across the Primeknit upper. Finally, the pull tab makes its return on the heel.

This YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 could be releasing as soon as February 11, as per Yeezy Mafia. Mark your calendar and keep it locked for any further updates.

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