REVOK, REYES and STEEL are suing Roberto Cavalli for ganking their artwork, using it for his own profit on pieces for his Just Cavalli fashion line, and then ironically going over them with his own wack tag. All the proof is in this exclusive document we’ve received, which you can view after the jump.
Much respect goes out to the folks behind Ebbets Field Flannels who have been digging up and reproducing historical baseball jerseys by hand for over 25 years. Here are some of our favorites.
Ed Gein’s alleged nipple belt, which was fashioned out of the flesh of corpses he dug up from the grave.
Leave it to the NikeCourt Zoom Vapor AJ3 by Jordan to link up the similarities in terminology between Tennis and Basketball. Nonetheless, it’s a damn good looking sneaker.
Vogue covers by the surrealist master
The PCP/LSD tee by Alexis Ross for BornxRaised
In a tradition allegedly dating back to Marie Antoinette, a body part that we’ve seen thousands of times now has its own Champagne coupe modeled after it. That’s right, Kate Moss’s left breast has been the inspiration for the shape of this cup—moulded while the supermodel was pregnant for extra volume—by Lucien Freud’s daughter, British sculptor Jane McAdam Freud. Commissioned by Richard Caring’s Mayfair restaurant 34 to celebrate Moss’s 25 years of service in the fashion industry, the glass will be available for use beginning in October at 34 and its three sister restaurants across London. It’s without a doubt the closest you’ll ever get to partying with the fashion icon, and the only way to classily cop a feel.
Whether you’re taking Manhattan or following that bird in the forest, Patagonia’s Synchilla Snap-T Fleece Hoody is a comfortable piece of clothing to keep you covered and warm.
These stretch nylon shorts by Reigning Champ are the perfect pants choice for the stay-at-home internet sensation who’s pounding the keyboard for some pre-fall inspiration.
Selected looks from Roger Minick’s Sightseer series (1980 – 2000)
The money involved in designing, developing, and producing these Adidas x KZK ZXZ 750 RG 84-Lab ‘Mud’ shoes would have been better spent on hiring someone to strategically plant dog shit in front of the doors of those who actually buy into this concept.
Who knew the DEA could be so cool? Here’s a look though some seriously awesome Drug Enforcement Patches.
You can purchase the patches through ebay and Fred’s
In a buzzworthy move… all of the proceeds from the sale of these ‘Disappearing Bees’ print boxers from druthers go to support the ‘Pollinator Partnership,’ which is the “largest organization in the world dedicated exclusively to the protection and promotion of pollinators and their ecosystems.”
Roughly the cost of these limited edition New Balance 997s which are amusingly “inspired by the writings of the Wild West and the Gold Rush.”
Keiichi Tanaami responds to his work being described as “psychedelic” in this short for his “Motorpsycho” collaboration with RETROSUPERFUTURE.
Swedish fashion brand Indigofera just released two special edition blankets they made with artist Richard Colman. We spoke with Richard about one of them.
Does it feel weird to write your name on a coffin?
Not really, I’ve been doing it for years. It’s an inevitable outcome.
What kind of person do you think will wrap themselves up in this blanket?
Probably no one. I threw that design in as a joke but they [Indegofera] liked it so they made it. I think it’s more ridiculous to have my name on a product someone is expected to pay money for than on a coffin. I don’t know, it’s pretty funny I guess.
On a dark note, will you be saving one to wrap yourself up in on that final day?
I don’t think so. I don’t think I want to be buried.
Burn baby burn. I’m going to have a tree planted over me. How about coffin painting? Are you open to commissions?
I don’t know. Maybe if it were the straight up pine box kind I would, but I doubt any weirdo that would want their coffin painted would opt for one as basic as that.
Glad to know it’s a possibility.
At Patagonia, the Bottom Line Includes the Earth by Diane Cardwell
The company, which sells outdoor apparel and gear, has an unusual commitment to advancing sustainability, sometimes at the expense of its profit.