For Spring/Summer 2017, OBEY have teamed up with contemporary collage Nil Ultra aka Jason Moore, working with contemporary collage, culling cartoons, war reportage, ad copy, lifestyle and fashion photography.
His artwork has been meticulously clipped and works openly to lampoon religion, militarism, globalisation and the cult of subculture.
For Spring/Summer 2017, Carhartt WIP have unfortunately not collaborated with the Territorial Army, but they have released a capsule collection of Military inspired pieces that will make you feel like you're part of the armed forces without crossing enemy lines or giving up 27 days a year to volunteer.
Timeless and durable, but bang on time, it comes with an INDIGLO® night-light, twelve and twenty-four hour time settings, Easy-Set Quick-Date® as well as a distinct arrowhead second hand.
Based on Timex’s all-terrain Acadia model and complete with two custom-labelled double layer NATO style slip-thru straps, the watch lightweight and water-resistant up to 50 metres.
Saucony have gone stealth for Spring/Summer 2017 with the release of the GRID 8500 in an all black colourway.
The hybrid silhouette comes complete with a heavyweight speckled midsole accompanying the tonal woven uppers, rope laces and suede detailing.
AVAILABLE IN LIMITED NUMBERS.
For the 17th issue, “The Connection,” HYPEBEAST take a look at the merging of fashion and sports as embodied by the emoji-touting, millennial soccer star Paul Pogba. He speaks about his meteoric rise to the heights of the sport at Juventus and Manchester United, as well as his effortless injection of a new pop culture sensibility into the beautiful game.
The latest issue also features the meticulously organised studio of prolific contemporary artist Tom Sachs, digital artist Randy Cano, A-COLD-WALL* founder Samuel Ross, Korean punk designer Bajowoo and Japanese rapper KOHH.
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