"Would you rather be a trend, or you rather be Ralph Lauren? You know what I mean; like, you rather be a trend, or you rather be forever?" -Jay-Z in a 2017 interview with the New York Times
We are only a couple of weeks into 2022 and we may already have the drop of the year. Gucci has revealed an adidas collection and the streets are here for it. As per High Snobiety the two brands have come together for a capsule that is already the talk of the town. On Friday, February 25, […]
One of the world’s most beloved sneaker stores is about to get even better. Stadium Goods has renovated their SoHo store and we are here for it.
Tremaine Emory of Demin Tears fame is taking his talents to Supreme. The brand has announced him as their newest Creative Director.
The global supply crisis is not only affecting small businesses but also luxury brands. Louis Vuitton has announced they will be raising their prices to combat the issue.
As the history of Black people being responsible for beermaking as we know it isn't widely discussed in the beer industry, Draught Season felt compelled to make their next collection an homage to that history as well as a tribute to the Black brewers in the United States who presently make up less than 1% of current brewery owners in the country.
Whenever a man poses a question about something a woman is wearing, chances are extremely high that question is straight-up bullsh*t.
The fashion industry has suffered yet another loss. French fashion designer Manfred Thierry Mugler has died at the age of 73. As spotted on Raw Story the style giant is no longer with us. His passing marks yet another loss of a pivotal figure within the fashion world. During his career he broke down many doors […]
The North Face is known for its fantastic collaborations, the trend will continue in 2022 thanks to its partnership with KAWS.
Sean “Diddy” Combs will soon be returning to department stores and runways near you with his reacquisition of fashion label Sean John. The entertainment mogul reportedly offered $3.3 million to regain total control of the brand, but his final winning bid came in at $7.551 million, more than twice his initial proposal.