en-US HYPEBAE Latest articles https://hbx.com/bundles/hypebeasteditorial/images/hypebae/hypebae-logo@2x.png?1493285616 HYPEBAE https://hypebae.com/ Thu, 27 Apr 2017 20:46:24 +0000 Zend_Feed_Writer 2 (http://framework.zend.com) https://hypebae.com/ Kappa Is Keeping Summer Cozy in an Exclusive SSENSE Capsule

Kappa sprung out with a notable Dover Street Market 2017 spring/summer collab back in March. It was complete with cozy sweatshirts and crewnecks alongside signature tracksuits. But alas, the weather is getting warmer and it's T-shirt time. The new SSENSE-exclusive capsule is very basic but distinctive. One tracksuit and a corresponding tee is done up in the most darling blue. Fans who want to go more simple can look to the black and white selects. The capsule drops on Friday, April 28, at SSENSE and retails between $40 and $120 USD.

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Kappa sprung out with a notable Dover Street Market 2017 spring/summer collab back in March. It was complete with cozy sweatshirts and crewnecks alongside signature tracksuits. But alas, the weather is getting warmer and it's T-shirt time.

The new SSENSE-exclusive capsule is very basic but distinctive. One tracksuit and a corresponding tee is done up in the most darling blue. Fans who want to go more simple can look to the black and white selects.

The capsule drops on Friday, April 28, at SSENSE and retails between $40 and $120 USD.

Click here to view full gallery at Hypebae.com

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Indulge in PLEASURE's 2017 Spring/Summer Lookbook

PLEASURE returns with a line of T-shirts for the 2017 spring/summer season. The collection is showcased in a hazy lookbook backdropped by bundles of flowers. The tees have a pop-art feel as seen on the Lip Service and 70's Dischno shirt. Each design arrives in a reliable black or white shade for easy pairing. PLEASURE even taps into its fun-loving side by screen printing a meme of soccer player Robert Fowler onto one of the tops. Cop your favorite picks online or in-store now from Dover Street Market Ginza and New York.

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PLEASURE returns with a line of T-shirts for the 2017 spring/summer season. The collection is showcased in a hazy lookbook backdropped by bundles of flowers. The tees have a pop-art feel as seen on the Lip Service and 70's Dischno shirt. Each design arrives in a reliable black or white shade for easy pairing. PLEASURE even taps into its fun-loving side by screen printing a meme of soccer player Robert Fowler onto one of the tops.

Cop your favorite picks online or in-store now from Dover Street Market Ginza and New York.

Click here to view full gallery at Hypebae.com

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ASICS Tiger GEL-DIABLO Is Dipped in a Swirly Pink and White

ASICS is revealing the next GEL-DIABLO in its lineup having already released Ronnie Fieg's "KITHstrike." A Tiger-designed model, it's being branded "a natural calm" – the campaign saw the sneaker matched with a Japanese zen garden. "Superior Birch" is coated in pink and white, and completed by a pigskin nubuck suede construction. The GEL-DIABLO's chunky-sole is the standout, and those who also love the YEEZY Runner should take note. Find the GEL-DIABLO model in select ASICS retailers and ASICS Tiger online on May 6 at 11 a.m. EST.

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Thu, 27 Apr 2017 19:41:21 +0000 https://hypebae.com/2017/4/asics-tiger-gel-diablo-superior-birch http://bae.hypebeast.com/?post=112031 info@hypebae.com (Hypebae) Hypebae

ASICS is revealing the next GEL-DIABLO in its lineup having already released Ronnie Fieg's "KITHstrike." A Tiger-designed model, it's being branded "a natural calm" – the campaign saw the sneaker matched with a Japanese zen garden.

"Superior Birch" is coated in pink and white, and completed by a pigskin nubuck suede construction. The GEL-DIABLO's chunky-sole is the standout, and those who also love the YEEZY Runner should take note.

Find the GEL-DIABLO model in select ASICS retailers and ASICS Tiger online on May 6 at 11 a.m. EST.

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The Supreme x Nike Air More Uptempo Might Be Restocking

If you took an "L" during Thursday's Supreme x Nike Air More Uptempo drop, don't despair just yet. All three colorways of the "Suptempo" sold out within seconds — as expected — but you might have another chance to cop. According to Sneaker News, official images of the shoe have appeared on Nike's site, which means a restock may be imminent. Note that the same has happened with past Supreme x Nike collaborations, like the Air Jordan 5 and Air Max 97, so we'll be sure to share any updates as they come.

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If you took an "L" during Thursday's Supreme x Nike Air More Uptempo drop, don't despair just yet. All three colorways of the "Suptempo" sold out within seconds — as expected — but you might have another chance to cop. According to Sneaker News, official images of the shoe have appeared on Nike's site, which means a restock may be imminent. Note that the same has happened with past Supreme x Nike collaborations, like the Air Jordan 5 and Air Max 97, so we'll be sure to share any updates as they come.

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'Banana' Magazine Is a Love Story to All Things AZN

Understanding why Banana magazine is so necessary to the contemporary Asian culture is summed up in one sentence by Vicki Ho: "Growing up, there was never a reason to talk about being Asian." But there's a rising community both stateside and abroad who contradict everything Asians are brought up to be – "silent and to mind [our] own business." However that's not without the growing pains that accompany when everyone around you represents otherwise. In enters Banana. It's a reconciliation and celebration to the culture that many never got to worship or look up to in their earlier years. It's a movement and a pivotal one at that in assimilating Asian culture with the West. It's pride and dignity wrapped into a bound copy. Read our interview with co-founders Vicki Ho and Kathleen Tso about Issue 003 below. Then pre-order your copy here and stop by the Banana pop-up this weekend in Chinatown, New York. For those who don't know, can you explain what "banana" means and how Banana magazine is repurposing the term? Banana is used in a derogatory way to describe a "white washed" Asian – yellow on the outside, white on the inside. This and "twinkie" were interchangeable names we were called growing up by our peers and even our own family members. Our hope is to repurpose "banana" to become a celebratory term. We're Asians who grew up in a Western world with Eastern values. It's OK to relate and accept both Asian and American heritage. Can you talk about how your own Asian-American identity was the catalyst to starting Banana? Vicki Ho: Like many people in their teenage years, I went through a huge identity crisis. Except on top of teen angst, I also struggled with accepting my Chinese heritage for many many years. Growing up you just want to fit in, you know? It wasn't until I was much older, and even up until we started Banana, did I start appreciating the culture I was raised in. Banana had taught me the true feeling of aznpryde. Kathleen Tso: I grew up in a mostly white city in Texas, so I spent most of my life trying to shed my Asian identity to not feel so “different.” It really bums me out that I spent so much time not celebrating who I am. I’m trying to make up for some lost time with Banana, while hoping the magazine can maybe help some other young Asians growing up in non-diverse cities cherish their identities a little more. What can we expect in Issue 003? KT: We dive deeper into looking at Chinatown, not only in Manhattan but also the West Coast, celebrating "Asian glow," discussing the Asian American Identity and so much more. VH: We never really focus on a set theme each issue – it's just whatever is reflective of Asian culture that particular year and what we see, feel and are passionate about in the moment. This issue, a lot of our contributors and featured personalities ended up focusing on identity. It's a consistent thread that weaves in and out of each story. What inspired the stories told in Issue 003? KT: The stories we tell each issue come to us organically, whether pitched to us, a response to the current cultural climate or an evolution of a story we began to talk about in previous issues. Allyson Toy's "China’s Next Great Export" saw her document her trip to China with rapper Bohan Phoenix. Is expanding into contemporary Asian culture in Asia something that's coming too? KT: We started Banana with the intention to tell stories across the globe. The East/West culture collide is something that happens in both hemispheres and as our community expands, we hope to tell more and more global stories. VH: It's definitely something on our radar. It's so easy for Asians in every corner of the world to connect with one another because of social media – we all influence one another on a bigger scale than we know and we hope Banana can be the platform to discover that global connectivity. You said that growing up "there was never a reason to talk about being Asian." Why is it more important than ever to open up this conversation? KT: We used to be so underrepresented, and we still are. But, it's getting “better.” If we continue to remain a collectively silent community, we will continue to be excluded from the conversation. It’s our time. VH: It's got a lot to do with our culture as a whole and how Asians were brought up in their households. I was brought up in a traditional Chinese family, taught to keep silent and mind my own business – not because we don't have opinions of our own, but because we don't want to cause trouble and tamper with our own success. It has a lot to do with how our parents were raised too. I think this way of thinking is so dated especially in today's landscape. It's important for us as a collective race to start speaking up, start being proud of our strides and place in the world and help one another achieve success together. What is something you learned about your own heritage — but never expected — through Banana? KT: All the similarities between Asian experiences across the globe. We've gotten a lot of emails from Australia-based Asians who have shared their stories with us, and really relate to the magazine. VH: I wrote a piece for Issue 003 on "Asian glow" and did a ton of research on where that may have stemmed from. I had no idea that it originated as early as the Han Dynasty and had to do with rice cultivation then. Who is the current Banana reader? In turn, who do you hope Banana will one day touch? KT: It’s hard to really pin down, but overall it seems to be creative-minded Asians, mostly in metropolitan cities. VH: Right now we're pretty limited to where we can ship to internationally so we hope to get our operations to the point where we can reach Asians on a more global scale. Us BAEs approve the "BAESIAN" keychain. Is there more merch coming? KT: YES. We’ll be selling some really cool shit at our launch pop-up event at Canal Street Market (see below) this weekend: April 29 to 30! Come through! VH: Baesian nameplates!!! Any hints you can give about Issue 004? KT: Nothing is set in stone. We’re always looking for new contributors, so hit us up if you have some stories you want to tell!

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Thu, 27 Apr 2017 19:55:29 +0000 https://hypebae.com/2017/4/banana-magazine-issue-003-interview http://bae.hypebeast.com/?post=111567 info@hypebae.com (Hypebae) Hypebae

Understanding why Banana magazine is so necessary to the contemporary Asian culture is summed up in one sentence by Vicki Ho: "Growing up, there was never a reason to talk about being Asian."

But there's a rising community both stateside and abroad who contradict everything Asians are brought up to be – "silent and to mind [our] own business." However that's not without the growing pains that accompany when everyone around you represents otherwise.

In enters Banana. It's a reconciliation and celebration to the culture that many never got to worship or look up to in their earlier years. It's a movement and a pivotal one at that in assimilating Asian culture with the West. It's pride and dignity wrapped into a bound copy.

Read our interview with co-founders Vicki Ho and Kathleen Tso about Issue 003 below. Then pre-order your copy here and stop by the Banana pop-up this weekend in Chinatown, New York.

For those who don't know, can you explain what "banana" means and how Banana magazine is repurposing the term?

Banana is used in a derogatory way to describe a "white washed" Asian – yellow on the outside, white on the inside. This and "twinkie" were interchangeable names we were called growing up by our peers and even our own family members.

Our hope is to repurpose "banana" to become a celebratory term. We're Asians who grew up in a Western world with Eastern values. It's OK to relate and accept both Asian and American heritage.

Can you talk about how your own Asian-American identity was the catalyst to starting Banana?

Vicki Ho: Like many people in their teenage years, I went through a huge identity crisis. Except on top of teen angst, I also struggled with accepting my Chinese heritage for many many years. Growing up you just want to fit in, you know? It wasn't until I was much older, and even up until we started Banana, did I start appreciating the culture I was raised in. Banana had taught me the true feeling of aznpryde.

Kathleen Tso: I grew up in a mostly white city in Texas, so I spent most of my life trying to shed my Asian identity to not feel so “different.” It really bums me out that I spent so much time not celebrating who I am. I’m trying to make up for some lost time with Banana, while hoping the magazine can maybe help some other young Asians growing up in non-diverse cities cherish their identities a little more.


What can we expect in Issue 003?

KT: We dive deeper into looking at Chinatown, not only in Manhattan but also the West Coast, celebrating "Asian glow," discussing the Asian American Identity and so much more.

VH: We never really focus on a set theme each issue – it's just whatever is reflective of Asian culture that particular year and what we see, feel and are passionate about in the moment. This issue, a lot of our contributors and featured personalities ended up focusing on identity. It's a consistent thread that weaves in and out of each story.

What inspired the stories told in Issue 003?

KT: The stories we tell each issue come to us organically, whether pitched to us, a response to the current cultural climate or an evolution of a story we began to talk about in previous issues.

Allyson Toy's "China’s Next Great Export" saw her document her trip to China with rapper Bohan Phoenix. Is expanding into contemporary Asian culture in Asia something that's coming too?

KT: We started Banana with the intention to tell stories across the globe. The East/West culture collide is something that happens in both hemispheres and as our community expands, we hope to tell more and more global stories.

VH: It's definitely something on our radar. It's so easy for Asians in every corner of the world to connect with one another because of social media – we all influence one another on a bigger scale than we know and we hope Banana can be the platform to discover that global connectivity.

You said that growing up "there was never a reason to talk about being Asian." Why is it more important than ever to open up this conversation?

KT: We used to be so underrepresented, and we still are. But, it's getting “better.” If we continue to remain a collectively silent community, we will continue to be excluded from the conversation. It’s our time.

VH: It's got a lot to do with our culture as a whole and how Asians were brought up in their households. I was brought up in a traditional Chinese family, taught to keep silent and mind my own business – not because we don't have opinions of our own, but because we don't want to cause trouble and tamper with our own success. It has a lot to do with how our parents were raised too. I think this way of thinking is so dated especially in today's landscape. It's important for us as a collective race to start speaking up, start being proud of our strides and place in the world and help one another achieve success together.

What is something you learned about your own heritage — but never expected — through Banana?

KT: All the similarities between Asian experiences across the globe. We've gotten a lot of emails from Australia-based Asians who have shared their stories with us, and really relate to the magazine.

VH: I wrote a piece for Issue 003 on "Asian glow" and did a ton of research on where that may have stemmed from. I had no idea that it originated as early as the Han Dynasty and had to do with rice cultivation then.


Who is the current Banana reader? In turn, who do you hope Banana will one day touch?

KT: It’s hard to really pin down, but overall it seems to be creative-minded Asians, mostly in metropolitan cities.

VH: Right now we're pretty limited to where we can ship to internationally so we hope to get our operations to the point where we can reach Asians on a more global scale.

Us BAEs approve the "BAESIAN" keychain. Is there more merch coming?

KT: YES. We’ll be selling some really cool shit at our launch pop-up event at Canal Street Market (see below) this weekend: April 29 to 30! Come through!

VH: Baesian nameplates!!!

Any hints you can give about Issue 004?

KT: Nothing is set in stone. We’re always looking for new contributors, so hit us up if you have some stories you want to tell!

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Hit the Ball Game in the Major League Baseball x London Loves LA Capsule Collection

To kick off the season, Major League Baseball teams up with London Loves LA for a retro capsule collection. Inspired by the style of the 90's, the collection revives the Los Angeles Dodger's logo for a girly update. The T-shirts and hoodies arrive in pink, white and black and see a "J'ADORE" graphic printed in blue or red. Made with 100 percent cotton, these tops can provide comfortable wear to any sports outings this season. Wear them fitted or oversized for a chic look. The collaboration will be available for a limited time at London Loves LA online. Take a look at the ballpark lookbook in the gallery above.

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Thu, 27 Apr 2017 17:23:09 +0000 https://hypebae.com/2017/4/major-league-baseball-london-loves-la-capsule-collection http://bae.hypebeast.com/?post=111909 info@hypebae.com (Hypebae) Hypebae

To kick off the season, Major League Baseball teams up with London Loves LA for a retro capsule collection. Inspired by the style of the 90's, the collection revives the Los Angeles Dodger's logo for a girly update.

The T-shirts and hoodies arrive in pink, white and black and see a "J'ADORE" graphic printed in blue or red. Made with 100 percent cotton, these tops can provide comfortable wear to any sports outings this season. Wear them fitted or oversized for a chic look.

The collaboration will be available for a limited time at London Loves LA online. Take a look at the ballpark lookbook in the gallery above.

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SZA Hits a Savage Note on New Track and Video With Travis Scott, "Love Galore"

SZA fans are anxiously awaiting the release of CTRL but she's tiding us over with the release of a new track and video. The TDE singer shares "Love Galore" featuring Travis Scott, a clear declaration of being fed up with love games. Her silky voice hits a savage note: Why you bother me when you know you don't want me? Why you bother me when you know you got a woman? Why you hit me when you know you know better? "Love Galore" is the second track from SZA's debut album, after "Drew Barrymore." Watch the visual below, then watch the making of CTRL here.

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Thu, 27 Apr 2017 17:01:17 +0000 https://hypebae.com/2017/4/sza-travis-scott-love-galore-song http://bae.hypebeast.com/?post=111958 info@hypebae.com (Hypebae) Hypebae

SZA fans are anxiously awaiting the release of CTRL but she's tiding us over with the release of a new track and video. The TDE singer shares "Love Galore" featuring Travis Scott, a clear declaration of being fed up with love games. Her silky voice hits a savage note:

Why you bother me when you know you don't want me?
Why you bother me when you know you got a woman?
Why you hit me when you know you know better?

"Love Galore" is the second track from SZA's debut album, after "Drew Barrymore." Watch the visual below, then watch the making of CTRL here.

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Frank Body Is Releasing a "Unicorn" Body Scrub — With a 50,000 Person Waitlist

The unicorn craze is still glowing on strong, except the latest to come out of it is something you put on — not in — your body. Frank Body introduces its Shimmer Scrub, for the unicorn-obsessed. If you just had to Instagram that Starbucks Frappuccino then this one is for you — and the rest of the other 50,000 people on the waitlist ahead of the May 1 release. According to the Australian beauty brand, it's made from "glow dust," or "tiny gold and silver particles which hug your skin, just like highlighter for your bod" and give your skin a shiny, disco-ball effect. Other ingredients count vitamin E, grapeseed oil and glimmering mica particles — so no unicorns were harmed in the making of this product.

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Thu, 27 Apr 2017 16:06:45 +0000 https://hypebae.com/2017/4/frank-body-unicorn-shimmer-scrub http://bae.hypebeast.com/?post=111929 info@hypebae.com (Hypebae) Hypebae

The unicorn craze is still glowing on strong, except the latest to come out of it is something you put on — not in — your body. Frank Body introduces its Shimmer Scrub, for the unicorn-obsessed. If you just had to Instagram that Starbucks Frappuccino then this one is for you — and the rest of the other 50,000 people on the waitlist ahead of the May 1 release.

According to the Australian beauty brand, it's made from "glow dust," or "tiny gold and silver particles which hug your skin, just like highlighter for your bod" and give your skin a shiny, disco-ball effect. Other ingredients count vitamin E, grapeseed oil and glimmering mica particles — so no unicorns were harmed in the making of this product.

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Listen to Sevdaliza's Surprise Audiovisual Album 'ISON'

Genre-blending songstress Sevdaliza has released her debut album ISON without warning. The project is a collection of memories the Iranian-born Dutch artist weaved into a 16-track journey. To complement the heart-wrenching tale Sevdaliza tapped artist Hirad Sab to create a trippy hour-long visual experience. The album's imagery is just as striking as the story Sevdaliza shares; exposing the most vulnerable moments of her life. Watch the full ISON experience above and stream the album here.

Read more at Hypebae.com

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Thu, 27 Apr 2017 16:05:25 +0000 https://hypebae.com/2017/4/sevdaliza-ison-album-release http://bae.hypebeast.com/?post=111832 info@hypebae.com (Hypebae) Hypebae

Genre-blending songstress Sevdaliza has released her debut album ISON without warning. The project is a collection of memories the Iranian-born Dutch artist weaved into a 16-track journey. To complement the heart-wrenching tale Sevdaliza tapped artist Hirad Sab to create a trippy hour-long visual experience. The album's imagery is just as striking as the story Sevdaliza shares; exposing the most vulnerable moments of her life.

Watch the full ISON experience above and stream the album here.

Read more at Hypebae.com

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Can You Find Your Dream Collab in These Ridiculous Sneaker Mash-Ups?

Graphic designer Chad Manzo is here to make peace with your wildest sneaker dreams. The Philippines-based artist mashed up brands with zero care and "without regard to aesthetic value." He dubbed the story "This Is Madness." The ever-popular Rihanna Fenty PUMA Creeper got a Riccardo Tisci x Nike Air Force 1 look and the YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 "Zebra" is turned into a moccasin. The pretty pink adidas Gazelle counts a Y-3 sole update and the Reebok Instapump Fury stacks up with a heel. Check out the designs above. How many can you recognize?

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Thu, 27 Apr 2017 15:33:15 +0000 https://hypebae.com/2017/4/chad-manzo-sneaker-mash-up-rihanna-fenty-puma-creeper http://bae.hypebeast.com/?post=111882 info@hypebae.com (Hypebae) Hypebae

Graphic designer Chad Manzo is here to make peace with your wildest sneaker dreams. The Philippines-based artist mashed up brands with zero care and "without regard to aesthetic value." He dubbed the story "This Is Madness."

The ever-popular Rihanna Fenty PUMA Creeper got a Riccardo Tisci x Nike Air Force 1 look and the YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 "Zebra" is turned into a moccasin. The pretty pink adidas Gazelle counts a Y-3 sole update and the Reebok Instapump Fury stacks up with a heel.

Check out the designs above. How many can you recognize?

Click here to view full gallery at Hypebae.com

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Palace Is Opening a Store in New York City Next Month

London-based label Palace is coming across the pond to establish a New York City brick-and-mortar. In a one-minute clip, we see a Transformer-like object skirt through some of the city's most notable locations with a bit of commentary from longtime collaborator Jonah Hill. The figure later transforms into a fuzzy green "Palace" logo dancing against the NYC skyline. This announcement comes after an ominous video was dropped on the brand's Instagram teasing the date "05.05.17." Watch the video above and help us guess where the retail store will finally land.

Read more at Hypebae.com

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Thu, 27 Apr 2017 15:07:03 +0000 https://hypebae.com/2017/4/palace-new-york-city-store-video-announcement http://bae.hypebeast.com/?post=111876 info@hypebae.com (Hypebae) Hypebae

London-based label Palace is coming across the pond to establish a New York City brick-and-mortar. In a one-minute clip, we see a Transformer-like object skirt through some of the city's most notable locations with a bit of commentary from longtime collaborator Jonah Hill. The figure later transforms into a fuzzy green "Palace" logo dancing against the NYC skyline.

This announcement comes after an ominous video was dropped on the brand's Instagram teasing the date "05.05.17."

Watch the video above and help us guess where the retail store will finally land.

Read more at Hypebae.com

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Kim Kardashian Tearfully Talks Robbery on 'Ellen': "That Was Meant to Happen to Me"

Kim Kardashian is now a "different person" since her robbery, she said in her first interview since the October 2016 incident. The reality television star appeared on The Ellen Show where she admitted, "I know his sounds crazy, but I know that was meant to happen to me." In between tears, she added, "I really feel like this happen in your life to teach you things." Before going into detail about what occurred that night when masked men entered the hotel looking for "the rapper's wife" during Paris Fashion Week, she claimed that the robbery has made her less materialistic: “It was probably no secret, you see it on the show me being flashy, but I was definitely materialistic before. Not that there’s anything bad about having things and working hard to get those things — and I’m really proud of everyone that’s around me that’s successful. But I’m so happy that my kids get this me. And that this is who is raising my kids. Because I just don’t care about that stuff anymore, I really don’t.” Kim continues by saying she was 100-percent sure she was going to die and said a prayer hoping her two kids and husband would be okay. Watch her open up then see more from her interview — like her plans for Kanye's 40th birthday — below.

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Thu, 27 Apr 2017 18:24:53 +0000 https://hypebae.com/2017/4/kim-kardashian-ellen-show-robbery-video http://bae.hypebeast.com/?post=111883 info@hypebae.com (Hypebae) Hypebae

Kim Kardashian is now a "different person" since her robbery, she said in her first interview since the October 2016 incident. The reality television star appeared on The Ellen Show where she admitted, "I know his sounds crazy, but I know that was meant to happen to me." In between tears, she added, "I really feel like this happen in your life to teach you things."

Before going into detail about what occurred that night when masked men entered the hotel looking for "the rapper's wife" during Paris Fashion Week, she claimed that the robbery has made her less materialistic:

“It was probably no secret, you see it on the show me being flashy, but I was definitely materialistic before. Not that there’s anything bad about having things and working hard to get those things — and I’m really proud of everyone that’s around me that’s successful. But I’m so happy that my kids get this me. And that this is who is raising my kids. Because I just don’t care about that stuff anymore, I really don’t.”

Kim continues by saying she was 100-percent sure she was going to die and said a prayer hoping her two kids and husband would be okay. Watch her open up then see more from her interview — like her plans for Kanye's 40th birthday — below.


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Here's Every Single Look in Balenciaga's New 2017 Pre-Fall Collection

Balenciaga returns to grace the world with more irony in a Pre-Fall 2017 collection. In a press statement released by the brand, it's here to pioneer a new genre called "garde-robe" – a balance between avant-garde and everyday elegance. That does represent Demna Gvasalia's aesthetic at Balenciaga well. Several well-recognized items are back and updated including the super-padded outerwear, knee-high stiletto boot and the Bazar Shopper – aka laundry bag. There's also new selects on a blooming range that extends to dresses and even baby-bonnets. Check out all the looks above and at the boots below.

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Thu, 27 Apr 2017 14:01:36 +0000 https://hypebae.com/2017/4/balenciaga-2017-pre-fall-collection http://bae.hypebeast.com/?post=111799 info@hypebae.com (Hypebae) Hypebae

Balenciaga returns to grace the world with more irony in a Pre-Fall 2017 collection. In a press statement released by the brand, it's here to pioneer a new genre called "garde-robe" – a balance between avant-garde and everyday elegance.

That does represent Demna Gvasalia's aesthetic at Balenciaga well. Several well-recognized items are back and updated including the super-padded outerwear, knee-high stiletto boot and the Bazar Shopper – aka laundry bag. There's also new selects on a blooming range that extends to dresses and even baby-bonnets.

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Kanye West Just Dropped Some of Our Favorite YEEZY Season 4 Pieces Online

YEEZY Season 4 footwear first arrived earlier this month, and now the apparel is dropping online. First seen on the runway last September, Kanye West releases some of the coziest pieces of the range, which follows the launch of his Calabasas range. The sweaters in this collection share the same fit as that capsule — all oversized and boxy in either crewneck or hoodie cuts. $220 USD matching shorts maximize on the comfort factor, while short and long shearling jackets are minimally luxe — for $1,500 and $1,800 USD respectively. The adidas Originals YEEZY BOOST V2 "Cream White" also dropped — but is sold out, as you could imagine. Check out the select YEEZY Season 4 pieces above, then shop at Yeezy Supply.

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Thu, 27 Apr 2017 13:55:03 +0000 https://hypebae.com/2017/4/yeezy-season-4-shop-now http://bae.hypebeast.com/?post=111837 info@hypebae.com (Hypebae) Hypebae

YEEZY Season 4 footwear first arrived earlier this month, and now the apparel is dropping online. First seen on the runway last September, Kanye West releases some of the coziest pieces of the range, which follows the launch of his Calabasas range. The sweaters in this collection share the same fit as that capsule — all oversized and boxy in either crewneck or hoodie cuts. $220 USD matching shorts maximize on the comfort factor, while short and long shearling jackets are minimally luxe — for $1,500 and $1,800 USD respectively. The adidas Originals YEEZY BOOST V2 "Cream White" also dropped — but is sold out, as you could imagine.

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Premiere: Rainy Milo's New "Swimming On Me" Video Shows It's OK to Be Alone

If Rainy Milo looks familiar, it's probably because you've seen her in the sultry, sport-infused Jourdan Dunn x Missguided campaign launched earlier in March. Now, the singer returns to her music roots with the release of her latest video for new single, "Swimming On Me." Dripping with sultry R&B vibes, the 21-year old South London native croons about what it's like to leave a toxic relationship and to find herself once again. As she walks through a glass-constructed home, isolated without a single soul in sight, viewers are able to truly connect with her powerful lyrics. "I'm so excited to share the first video from my new project I Knew I Had A Heart," Rainy Milo tells HYPEBAE. "When I was writing the treatment for the video I knew I wanted a visual that represented the reflection of a relationship gone wrong that is in the lyrics of the song and also the feelings of loneliness but knowing sometimes you have to go solo for the best.” You can watch the full "Swimming On Me" video premiere above. To hear more from Rainy Milo, you can listen to her new I Knew I Had a Heart (Because I Felt It Breaking) EP on Spotify. Her second LP is also slated to drop later this year. Stay tuned here for more updates.

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Thu, 27 Apr 2017 16:55:56 +0000 https://hypebae.com/2017/4/premiere-rainy-milo-swimming-on-me-music-video http://bae.hypebeast.com/?post=111663 info@hypebae.com (Hypebae) Hypebae

If Rainy Milo looks familiar, it's probably because you've seen her in the sultry, sport-infused Jourdan Dunn x Missguided campaign launched earlier in March. Now, the singer returns to her music roots with the release of her latest video for new single, "Swimming On Me." Dripping with sultry R&B vibes, the 21-year old South London native croons about what it's like to leave a toxic relationship and to find herself once again. As she walks through a glass-constructed home, isolated without a single soul in sight, viewers are able to truly connect with her powerful lyrics.

"I'm so excited to share the first video from my new project I Knew I Had A Heart," Rainy Milo tells HYPEBAE. "When I was writing the treatment for the video I knew I wanted a visual that represented the reflection of a relationship gone wrong that is in the lyrics of the song and also the feelings of loneliness but knowing sometimes you have to go solo for the best.”

You can watch the full "Swimming On Me" video premiere above. To hear more from Rainy Milo, you can listen to her new I Knew I Had a Heart (Because I Felt It Breaking) EP on Spotify. Her second LP is also slated to drop later this year. Stay tuned here for more updates.

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This Kate Moss x Supreme Credit Card Is the Stuff of Streetwear Dreams

While we may have seen the Supreme x New York City MTA MetroCards which sent fans into a frenzy earlier this year, Dubai-based creative agency Jungle Beige now takes it to the next level by imagining what credit cards would look like if banks collaborate with streetwear brands. Entitled "Future Street Cred," the design series puts logos of some of today's hottest brands including Palace, Gosha Rubchinskiy and Patta onto a set of cards. In particular, the Supreme card features the iconic image of supermodel Kate Moss wearing the box logo tee. Scroll through above to check out the entire project.

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Thu, 27 Apr 2017 10:09:31 +0000 https://hypebae.com/2017/4/future-street-cred-supreme-kate-moss http://bae.hypebeast.com/?post=111783 info@hypebae.com (Hypebae) Hypebae

While we may have seen the Supreme x New York City MTA MetroCards which sent fans into a frenzy earlier this year, Dubai-based creative agency Jungle Beige now takes it to the next level by imagining what credit cards would look like if banks collaborate with streetwear brands. Entitled "Future Street Cred," the design series puts logos of some of today's hottest brands including PalaceGosha Rubchinskiy and Patta onto a set of cards. In particular, the Supreme card features the iconic image of supermodel Kate Moss wearing the box logo tee. Scroll through above to check out the entire project.

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CdG 101: Everything You Need to Know About Rei Kawakubo's Brand Before the 2017 Met Gala

The first Monday of May is fast approaching, meaning that the 2017 Met Gala is just around the corner. And in case you don't know already, the theme of this year's exhibit will be Rei Kawakubo and COMME des GARÇONS. Ahead of fashion's biggest soirée of the year, we now take a microscopic look at the career of the renowned Japanese designer as well as the history of her brand. By way of a previous issue of 032c released back in 2010, fashion addicts can now learn more about COMME des GARÇONS via a meticulously compiled list, detailing all of the brand's keywords from A to Z. From the successful launch of Kawakubo's retail store Dover Street Market, to her former relationship with fellow designer Yohji Yamamoto, learn all your ABCs by reading an exerpt below and by checking out the full feature. A for Aoyama The Tokyo neighborhood is the origin and continued nucleus of the COMME des GARÇONS universe, where the label’s first store opened in 1976, and home to this date of its offices, studios and mother flagship. B for Basquiat, Jean-Michel Jean-Michel Basquiat, model, on the COMME des GARÇONS runway; Paris, Spring-Summer 1987. C for Color In Japan, Kawakubo’s early followers, dressed in head-to-toe BLACK, were popularly known as “the crows.”

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Thu, 27 Apr 2017 09:24:32 +0000 https://hypebae.com/2017/4/comme-des-garcons-rei-kawakubo-history http://bae.hypebeast.com/?post=111749 info@hypebae.com (Hypebae) Hypebae

The first Monday of May is fast approaching, meaning that the 2017 Met Gala is just around the corner. And in case you don't know already, the theme of this year's exhibit will be Rei Kawakubo and COMME des GARÇONS. Ahead of fashion's biggest soirée of the year, we now take a microscopic look at the career of the renowned Japanese designer as well as the history of her brand.

By way of a previous issue of 032c released back in 2010, fashion addicts can now learn more about COMME des GARÇONS via a meticulously compiled list, detailing all of the brand's keywords from A to Z. From the successful launch of Kawakubo's retail store Dover Street Market, to her former relationship with fellow designer Yohji Yamamoto, learn all your ABCs by reading an exerpt below and by checking out the full feature.

A for Aoyama
The Tokyo neighborhood is the origin and continued nucleus of the COMME des GARÇONS universe, where the label’s first store opened in 1976, and home to this date of its offices, studios and mother flagship.

B for Basquiat, Jean-Michel
Jean-Michel Basquiat, model, on the COMME des GARÇONS runway; Paris, Spring-Summer 1987.

C for Color
In Japan, Kawakubo’s early followers, dressed in head-to-toe BLACK, were popularly known as “the crows.”

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London Club Kids Go On Vacation in Eytys' New Photography Series 'Magaluf!'

In its new project entitled Magaluf!, Stockholm-based label Eytys teams up with artist duo IB Kamara and Kristin-Lee Moolman to document the infamous Mallorcan beach resort of the same name. Known for its boozy youth tourism, Magaluf serves as the perfect setting for Kamara and Moolman's exploration of sexuality and self-expression. Challenging heteronormative attitudes, the photography series' inaugural instalment captures a group of London club kids against a beach setting that emphasizes its banality more than its cheeriness. Magaluf! is set to launch at the end of April with its first edition of 800. A limited edition of 25 will also be available, which will come complete with a handmade slipcase, archival pigment print, and will be signed and numbered by the artist. Aligned with the publication's release, Eytys creative director Max Schiller will also be curating an exhibition with Moolman and Kamara's collaborative work – the show will run from now until May 12 at Stockholm art space CFHILL. To learn more about Magaluf!, you can head over to eytys.com. CFHILL Norrlandsgatan 24, 111 43, Stockholm, Sweden

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Thu, 27 Apr 2017 08:18:24 +0000 https://hypebae.com/2017/4/eytys-magaluf-photography-series http://bae.hypebeast.com/?post=111746 info@hypebae.com (Hypebae) Hypebae

In its new project entitled Magaluf!, Stockholm-based label Eytys teams up with artist duo IB Kamara and Kristin-Lee Moolman to document the infamous Mallorcan beach resort of the same name. Known for its boozy youth tourism, Magaluf serves as the perfect setting for Kamara and Moolman's exploration of sexuality and self-expression. Challenging heteronormative attitudes, the photography series' inaugural instalment captures a group of London club kids against a beach setting that emphasizes its banality more than its cheeriness.

Magaluf! is set to launch at the end of April with its first edition of 800. A limited edition of 25 will also be available, which will come complete with a handmade slipcase, archival pigment print, and will be signed and numbered by the artist. Aligned with the publication's release, Eytys creative director Max Schiller will also be curating an exhibition with Moolman and Kamara's collaborative work – the show will run from now until May 12 at Stockholm art space CFHILL.

To learn more about Magaluf!, you can head over to eytys.com.

CFHILL
Norrlandsgatan 24, 111 43,
Stockholm, Sweden

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Khloe Kardashian's Good American Denim Season 3 Includes a Pair of Fishnet Jeans

Following its apparel launch earlier this year, Khloe Kardashian's denim line Good American now finally debuts its Season 3 range. Taking cues from the fishnet trend that's been popularized on Instagram, the collection features a pair of Good Legs jeans, a mini skirt and an oversized denim jacket adorned with unique fishnet cut-outs. Additionally, customers can personalize the jacket by picking any letter of the alphabet, which will be featured on the back of the outerwear piece as a cut-out with studded detailing. Rounding off the new drop are two Good Waist styles as well as a handful of Bermuda shorts. Scroll through above and below to check out the entire lineup. Priced between $139 USD and $269 USD, the collection is set to drop online at 9:00 a.m. PST/12:00 p.m. EST on April 27.

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Thu, 27 Apr 2017 08:05:24 +0000 https://hypebae.com/2017/4/khloe-kardashian-good-american-denim-season-three http://bae.hypebeast.com/?post=111705 info@hypebae.com (Hypebae) Hypebae

Following its apparel launch earlier this year, Khloe Kardashian's denim line Good American now finally debuts its Season 3 range. Taking cues from the fishnet trend that's been popularized on Instagram, the collection features a pair of Good Legs jeans, a mini skirt and an oversized denim jacket adorned with unique fishnet cut-outs. Additionally, customers can personalize the jacket by picking any letter of the alphabet, which will be featured on the back of the outerwear piece as a cut-out with studded detailing. Rounding off the new drop are two Good Waist styles as well as a handful of Bermuda shorts. Scroll through above and below to check out the entire lineup.

Priced between $139 USD and $269 USD, the collection is set to drop online at 9:00 a.m. PST/12:00 p.m. EST on April 27.









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ALERT: ColourPop Is Having a Massive Sale Right Now

Gird your loins, ladies: cult-status beauty brand ColourPop is currently having a site-wide sale. Offering 20% off everything in its online store, beauty junkies will not want to miss this. The sale is set to run from now until May 1 at 2:59 p.m. EST. All products will then return to regular pricing. As is ColourPop's custom, shoppers will receive free shipping when more than $30 USD is spent – that is as long as you currently reside in the States. Head over to colourpop.com now to experience the discount extravaganza in all its glory. Before you go on your rampage, don't forget to check out ColourPop's first-ever pressed powder blush collection and pressed powder eye shadow collection. SURPRISE! Going on right now for limited time only 20% off SITEWIDE! You don't want to miss out on this #weaintlying A post shared by ColourPop Cosmetics (@colourpopcosmetics) on Apr 26, 2017 at 10:22am PDT

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Thu, 27 Apr 2017 07:43:42 +0000 https://hypebae.com/2017/4/colourpop-massive-online-sale http://bae.hypebeast.com/?post=111723 info@hypebae.com (Hypebae) Hypebae

Gird your loins, ladies: cult-status beauty brand ColourPop is currently having a site-wide sale. Offering 20% off everything in its online store, beauty junkies will not want to miss this. The sale is set to run from now until May 1 at 2:59 p.m. EST. All products will then return to regular pricing. As is ColourPop's custom, shoppers will receive free shipping when more than $30 USD is spent – that is as long as you currently reside in the States.

Head over to colourpop.com now to experience the discount extravaganza in all its glory. Before you go on your rampage, don't forget to check out ColourPop's first-ever pressed powder blush collection and pressed powder eye shadow collection.

SURPRISE! Going on right now for limited time only 20% off SITEWIDE! You don't want to miss out on this #weaintlying

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