A quick chat with the always sweet Debora Lloyd and Brad Goreski. Kate Spade FW15 from NEW MINDS STUDIO on Vimeo.
Golden boys Steven Cox and Daniel Silver from Duckie Brown play on gender in their new collection, making me excited about their work. Punctuated by deep V necks in silky fabrics and extremely clean silhouettes, their pieces feel like they can be used all year round. Show More Summary
Grunge is officially making a come back this fall, but the team behind Timo Weiland, including Alan Eckstein, Donna Kang and Timo himself, gave us a lighter and brighter variation on this retro trend, resulting in a pleasing and very wearable collection. Timo Weiland from NEW MINDS STUDIO on Vimeo.
This week in music, Gazelle Twin is taken hostage inside of a sinister car wash, Low Pros soundtrack a warped sci-fi car chase and cube-like monoliths make an odyssey around Earth in CHVRCHES’ new video. Check out our picks of the most… The post 5 Awesome Music Videos Worth Checking Out this Week appeared first on Highsnobiety.
New York label Rochambeau presents their Fall/Winter 2015 lookbook, using clothing styles that are progressive and primitive in their design approach. An assortment of contemporary silhouettes and shapes teeter on the edge of survivalist… The post Rochambeau Fall/Winter 2015 Lookbook appeared first on Highsnobiety.
From the moment the football field-sized yacht cut through the crystal blue waters surrounding Trinidad, those watching the music video for Jay Z’s “Big Pimpin'” knew they were in a for an extravagant affair. When it was released in… The post The Disapperance of the Big Budget Music Video appeared first on Highsnobiety.
This week in music, Kwabs walks us through an emotional trek across a snowy landscape, Lxury offers a warped 3D rendering of an African funeral and indie rock group Inventions lull us to an impressionistic animated ether. Check below for… The post 5 Awesome Music Videos Worth Checking Out This Week appeared first on Highsnobiety.
Travel and design magazine Collective Quarterly presents their very first issue highlighting a single geographic location, focusing on the artisans, music, food and natural wonders that make it special. For their inaugural issue, they’ve… The post Take a Look Inside ‘Collective Quarterly’ Issue #1: Absaroka appeared first on Highsnobiety.
In this last and final installment of our Sounds of Scandinavia feature, we’ve highlighted the talents that are coming out of Iceland and Finland – having already covered Sweden, Denmark and Norway. The two countries aren’t officially… The post 20 Icelandic & Finnish Music Acts You Should Know Right Now appeared first on Highsnobiety.
Aimé Leon Dore and KITH have come together to produce their first collaborative collection. Inspired heavily by Muhammad Ali and other fighters of his respective era, a boxing theme is carried on throughout the collection. Key apparel… The post Aimé Leon Dore x KITH “Chapter 1? Collection appeared first on Highsnobiety.
The end of 2014 is rolling in and what better way to send the year off than by celebrating its musical achievements. Following on from our first top 25 musical achievements feature – which covered the first seven months of the year –… The post The Top 25 Musical Achievements of 2014 – Part II appeared first on Highsnobiety.
2014 has been an insanely good year for music. Now that the end of the year is in sight, we’re looking over to 2015 to see what music releases we can get geared up and excited about. The list below covers … The post 18 Albums We’re Looking Forward to in 2015 appeared first on Highsnobiety.
After a while away from the spotlight, Lindsay Lohan - whose history with the fashion industry is troubled at best (remember Ungaro?) - looks ready and raring to make a comeback. Besides scoring a recent Wonderland cover, looking really...Show More Summary
Lernert & Sander get up to their old tricks for 3.1 Phillip Lim, the Dutch art duo injecting some much needed humour into the earnest world of fashion. A warning for anyone with a fear of feet, this graphic footage places the … The post The Secret Life of a Male Foot Model – Lernert & Sander for 3.1 Phillip Lim appeared first on Selectism.
In this third installment of our Sounds of Scandinavia series feature, we showcase the eclectic talent that’s emerging out of Norway. At present, the country’s particularly known for acts such as Röyksopp, Todd Terje, Kygo and Cashmere… The post 20 Norwegian Music Acts You Should Know Right Now appeared first on Highsnobiety.
Like eating far too many sugar cookies and getting a little carried away at your holiday party, the Love Magazine advent calendar is one thing we can rely on each Christmas. But forget about the sweet chocolate-filled advent calendars...Show More Summary
Fifth Harmony was born in the fiery trials of X Factor, but did you know they've NEVER performed on X Factor UK?? Until now! [ Video: Fifth Harmony Sings Mariah Carey's All I Want For Christmas Is You! ] The girls made their UK television debut on Sunday's show with a performance of their gurl power anthem BO$$ [...]
Next up in our Sounds of Scandinavia feature is Denmark: a country that’s birthed Trentemøller, WhoMadeWho, Efterklang, The Asteroids Galaxy Tour and most recently, electro-pop starlet MØ. In the last few years, the Danish music scene… The post 20 Danish Music Acts You Should Know Right Now appeared first on Highsnobiety.
Post by Maressa Brown. We've come a long way, baby! All you need to do is watch Downton Abbey or Titanic to see that the turn of the 20th century required women to be majorly high-maintenance when it came to their beauty and style. As the decades wore on, makeup and hairstyles got more relaxed, which is definitely a relief. Show More Summary
These days, everyone is--or at least tries to be--a DJ (ahem, Paris Hilton). So if you want more cred when it comes to the ones and twos, these Beats by Dre Mixr Headphones ($249.99) should do the trick. Designed by dance music pro David...Show More Summary