Rihanna for Dior Magazine Fall 2015 by Craig McDean
Photographer: Craig McDean
Makeup: Peter Philips
Editorial Director: Fabien Baron
Throughout the NBA offseason VICE Sports and Carmelo Anthony are exploring street sport cultures around the world. In our premiere episode, Melo travels to Cuba to explore the rise of soccer in a nation synonymous with baseball, ride a 1950s drop top in the rain, and grab some fresh rolled Cuban cigars along the way.
Just in time for the fall season, a heavy run of Nike Foamposite continues to flood with a first look at the Air Foamposite Pro in a familiar scheme set to release this weekend. While the inspiration hasn’t been directly tied to the luxury fashion brand, the black matte-finished upper, red and green accents, gold lace tips and gum outsole are all typical features of shoes that slapped with the nickname. Be on the look out for the Nike Air Foamposite Pro “Gucci” to be released this friday in-store only.
On sale Friday for $240.
Samsung gives a sneak peek of its latest smartwatch at its Unpacked event in New York City, with a hint of more to come in September.
adidas South Africa and The Sartists celebrate their collaboration around what it means to be a Superstar today. The Sartists hail from Johannesburg, South Africa and are known as a creative collective documenting their lives and style in post-apartheid South Africa. They recreate and communicate untold African, authentic stories through fashion and photography.
— MTV (@MTV) August 31, 2015
It was a wild night at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards as you would expect. Kanye West won the Video Vanguard Award and had an interesting acceptance speech. He ended it by announcing he will run for president. Check below for performances from the night.
The swag champ brought back another classic 90’s basketball jersey this weekend. He wore a Neon Boudeaux (Shaquille O’Neal) jersey from the 1994 movie, “Blue Chips.”
Fabolous curated his own capsule collection for BET’s “How To Rock Kicks” live-streamed fashion yesterday. Fabolous brought back the 90s with vintage sneakers and clothing brands such as, Karl Kani, Vanson, Coogi and more.