Regardless of generation, youths have always found solace in communities who share similar interests, be it the Mod subculture of the ’60s, the Woodstock hippies of the ’70s, or the Punk movement of the ’80s. For more information go to www.hypebeast.com.
Over one month after the release of the visual for “Urgent, Important, Please Read,” DJ Shadow is unveiling another new music video in support of one of his latest project’s singles. For more infomation go to www.hypebeast.com
Apple may launch its first augmented reality headset in 2020 alongside a set of practical AR-glasses in the following year, according to reports. For more information go to www.hypebeast.com
NewStore, a point-of-sale retail management company and system, recently released an omnichannel report, which named Nike, Moncler and Louis Vuitton as some of the top brands delivering the most effective cross-channel experiences to customers. For more information go to www.hypebeast.com
Dropping just in time for Halloween & Día de Muertos. Nike continues its line-up of spooky-season-ready kicks with the unveiling of a Day of the Dead-themed Cortez Basic Leather SE. For more information go to www.hypebeast.com
The Ozweego, ZX Torsion, Nite Jogger, LXCON and Torsion X get the treatment. For more information go to www.hypebeast.com
Harking to the number 23 player’s iconic legacy, Nike releases the Air Jordan 1 “Obsidian” as an acknowledgment of Michael Jordan’s alma mater. For more information go to www.hypebeast.com
After just revealing its collaborative Daytona DMX with MISBHV, Reebok is back with yet another co-sign, this time joining Cottweiler for a pair of DMX Trail Shadows in “White/Electric Green.” For more information go to www.hypebeast.com.
Using the ComfyCush-equipped iteration for Fall/Winter 2019. Stuttgart stalwart Coutié has revisited its custom line of Vans Old Skool sneakers with the release of a “Black/White/Yellow” iteration sporting the label’s signature “Old C Logo.” For more information go to www.hypbeast.com
adidas by Stella McCartney has teamed up with innovative sustainable company Evrnu to turn old clothing into new garments in an attempt to address waste in the fashion industry. For more information go to www.hypebeast.com