Sneakerheads that were saving their money for the release of the Nike Air Yeezy 2 this April have luckily found solace in a shoe that won’t break the bank: the Nike Roshe Run.
By now you’ve seen LeBron James‘ latest signature shoe, the Nike LeBron X. But I guarantee you’ve never seen it like this.
It’s been 10 months since the first episode of Skullcandy‘s “Take A Supermodel To Work” web series launched, but Kate Upton has been a busy girl.
Looking to make a splash before their new line, Viva Vena, launches later this month, designers Lisa Mayock and Sophie Buhai tapped commercial director and fashion photographer Matthew Frost to lampoon the world he lives in.
After releasing two collaborative projects last week, Parra finds himself back in the States this month for a new solo exhibition. Tracy Had a Hard Sunday, on view from February 23 through March 23, features a series of new works on canvas, paper and ceramic at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery.
If you thought last year’s Old Milwaukee Super Bowl commercial was awesome, Will Ferrell decided to take things to a whole new level in 2013. But just like last year, chances are you never saw it on TV.
After Dikembe Mutombo‘s success in the digital video game realm with Old Spice, I’m not surprised he booked this ad with GEICO. After all, only folks saving hundreds of dollars on car insurance could be happier than the four-time NBA Defensive Player of the Year blocking everything in his way.
From Vans to Skate Mental, Parra has a long history of collaborating with skate brands. So it only makes sense that Thrasher Magazine joins the illustrious list.
After the success of his first collaboration with Kidrobot last June, Parra is back with his second edition of “Pierced” – this time in grayscale.