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Sir Roger Moore, the former James Bond star, has passed away at the age of 89. Moore was battling cancer when he passed away in Switzerland. His family shared the news via Twitter, "With the heaviest of hearts, we must share the awful news that our father, Sir Roger Moore, passed away today. We are all devastated." The British actor played the world renown secret agent James Bond 007 in seven films -- Live and Let Die, The Man with the Golden Gun, The Spy Who Loved Me, Moonraker, For Your Eyes Only, Octopussy, and A View to a Kill -- the most of any Bond actor. In addition to his role as 007, Moore was also known for playing Simon Templar in The Saint between 1962 and 1969 and had other TV roles in Ivanhoe, The Alaskans, Maverick and The Persuaders!. In 1991 he became a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador and an active advocate for children's causes after seeing what his friend Audrey Hepburn had done with UNICEF. The British government honored Moore in 1999 with the title of Commander of the British Empire and Queen Elizabeth II knighted him in 2003 for his UNICEF work. Hollywood honored Moore in 2008 with his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Roger Moore will be undoubtedly be missed. Let us know your favorite memory of the actor. With the heaviest of hearts, we must share the awful news that our father, Sir Roger Moore, passed away today. We are all devastated. pic.twitter.com/6dhiA6dnVg — Sir Roger Moore (@sirrogermoore) May 23, 2017
Renowned Spanish endurance athlete, Kílian Jornet Burgada, scaled the traditional north, or Tibetian side of Mount Everest with no oxygen aid or fixed ropes in what is being claimed as the "fastest known time (FKT)" of 26 hours. The 29-year-old, who already holds the record for the FKTs ascending and descending Matterhorn, Mont Blanc and Denali, completed his superhuman journey on Monday and reported every step of the way on the website, blog.summitsofmylife.com. Jornet began his ascent at a basecamp (5,100m) on May 20, 10 p.m. local time, and although he experienced some stomach discomfort along the way, he reached the summit (8,484m) at midnight, May 22. Due to stomach problems Jornet didn’t complete the descent to the Everest Base Camp and is currently recovering at the Advanced Base Camp (6,400 m) "Up to 7,700m I felt really good and was making progress as planned but then I started to feel unwell, probably from stomach virus. From then on I made slow progress and had to keep stopping to recover. I finally reached the summit at midnight," Jornet said. Climbing the northern route of Everest takes days for the most experienced climbers, even with the aid of oxygen and ropes. Kílian's time isn't being disputed just yet, however many people have claimed faster times over the years. Nevertheless, it's been reported that less than 200 climbers have ever reached the summit without oxygen aid or ropes, and Jornet did it in nearly a full day. Kudos. [EXPEDITION UPDATE] Kilian Jornet reached the summit of Everest at midnight of 21st to 22nd May (local time) in a single climb without the help of oxygen or fixed ropes. He reached the summit via the north face of the world’s highest mountain (8,848m) following the traditional route. Thank you @sebmontazstudio for all your work! More information ▶️ blog.summitsofmylife.com A post shared by Kilian Jornet (@kilianjornet) on May 22, 2017 at 12:07am PDT
G-Eazy and 9th Wonder have teamed up for a boom bap banger titled "Maximum." The track was released via G-Eazy's Soundcloud and serves as a loose tune he says he did "just for fun." While fans may wonder what the connection between the Bay area rapper and the beatsmith from North Carolina is, 9th Wonder took to Instagram to talk about the first time the pair met: When I met G-Eazy for the first time, this is the record he told me he heard many years ago a a youngin' that hipped him to my sound. "That was my shit bro...", he said. This was the record that I produced in the summer of 2003, right before I produced "Threat" for Jay-Z on the Black Album later that year. The rest...is the future. Never let the boxes the industry puts us in interfere with the fact that we all know, and love the real. G-Eazy is coming off the release of his joint EP Step Brothers with DJ Carnage. However, he also assured fans via Twitter that his solo album is "coming soon."
Seminal London boutique Browns has launched a new capsule collection called "Just a T-Shirt." The retailer has teamed up with a selection of artists and designers, including Perks and Mini's Misha Hollenbach, Canadian artist Brad Phillips, Come Tees founder Sonya Sombreuil, London-based Oliver Payne (who's worked with the likes of Palace and Cav Empt in the past), Ken Kegami and new London brand Languages. The collection is available via BrownsFashion's web store now, with all T-shirts retailing at £45 GBP (approximately $58 USD). We also spoke with Lee Goldup, Browns' menswear buyer, about the collection and how it came around. How did you go about choosing the people you worked with? For the launch of "Just a t-shirt" we’ve worked with five international artists whose work we really admire. The process of narrowing down these artists – whose work spans a variety of mediums – was quite a challenge, but we feel that these five artists complement each other really well. To us, it was all in the mix; we’ve taken the opportunity to shine a light on some lesser known artists as well more established names. All graphics are exclusive to Browns, including the three from P.A.M which Misha Hollenbach has been kind enough to let us reissue. We are huge fans of his original work so we’re thrilled to have him form part of our launch collection. In addition to "Just a T-Shirt" we’re also launching Languages this week – a new London based brand exclusive to Browns. Their first release consists of six brilliant tees. We’re looking forward to working with the team as the brand develops. Why did you make a T-shirt collection? We curated this project for one simple reason; we love graphic tees and what they represent. The simple T-shirt is a non-seasonal, genderless garment, which can be worn with just about anything. They are the pieces we all reach for day in, day out. They also make the perfect canvas -- whether it’s a slogan, logo, global statement, photograph or band name, people like to wear art as a way of expressing themselves. Our customers will definitely find something that speaks to them within this first drop. With the barrier to entry relatively low, the not-so-humble T-shirt can make its way into the wardrobes of such a wide variety of people, which we’re very excited to see. Is this an ongoing thing? "Just a T-Shirt" will be an ongoing project. We’re already developing the second iteration of the capsule, which will feature five different artists.
Death Grips has released a new 22-minute mix called "Steroids (Crouching Tiger Hidden Gabber Megamix)." The track appeared on the band's YouTube page on May 22 and on the band's Facebook page they announced plans for a new album. The caption simply said "we're working on the new death grips album," which will be the followup to last year's Bottomless Pit. There's no word on a release date for the album yet, but we'll be sure to update you when we know more. The last we saw of Death Grips, MC Ride was working on an art exhibition simply called "Solo Exhibition."
Amsterdam's Daily Paper has dropped the lookbook for its second 2017 spring/summer release. For this collection, the brand has taken inspiration from the tribes of the Omo Valley, in southern Ethiopia, and in particular the colorful body decoration used by the Surma tribe. To make sure the details of the collection were right, Daily Paper did in-depth research on various aspects of African history before interpreting this information into the collection's designs. The collection is available now from Daily Paper's web store, its Amsterdam flagship, and select global retailers. After you've seen the new lookbook, check out Daily Paper's guide to the brand's hometown.
After revealing last week the first potential YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 colorway for December, a "Blue Tint" look, we now get a mockup of the next potential drop. Taking to its social media handles, Yeezy Mafia has revealed a rumored second pair of 350 V2s for the holidays, this time in a Semi Frozen Yellow/Raw Steel/Red combination. The much brighter color schemes look be a change in direction for the sneakers in general. Once again "SPLY-350" retains and a sharp red composition while a grey base gets laced with a healthy dose of the highlighter-esque yellow. Rumored to release in December, let us know your thoughts on this most recent mockup. Is it the perfect pairing to your Christmas eggnog? YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 B37572 Semi Frozen Yellow / Raw Steel / Red Mockup December 2017 #MafiaSZN A post shared by Yeezy Mafia (@yeezymafia) on May 22, 2017 at 4:17pm PDT YEEZY BOOST 350 V2B37572Semi Frozen Yellow / Raw Steel / RedMockupDecember 2017 #MafiaSZN pic.twitter.com/k6NA3LOeKu — Yeezy Mafia (@theyeezymafia) May 22, 2017
DJ Envy dropped a snippet of the official remix to Future's "Mask Off", starring none other than Kendrick Lamar. While there's been no shortage of remixes, challenges, and memes surrounding Future's smash song, there hasn't been an official remix until now. The clip of the song is short, but you do get some idea of Lamar's flow on the track. You can listen to it for yourself below. And once you've listened to the clip you can see Chance The Rapper freestyle to the song. 9am!!!!!! Mask Off -Remix feat. Kendrick Lamar!!!!!!! @breakfastclubam A post shared by djenvy (@djenvy) on May 23, 2017 at 4:05am PDT
Vanity Fair has unveiled the four covers it shot for the upcoming Star Wars: The Last Jedi-themed issue. The pictorials capture Daisy Ridley alongside Mark Hamill in the first cover; Gwendoline Christie, Adam Driver, and Domhnall Gleeson in the second; Oscar Isaac, John Boyega, Kelly Marie Tran; BB8 in the third; Carrie Fisher in the fourth. The magazine will also include an extensive portfolio shot by Annie Leibovitz, who shot all four of the covers. There's also an in-depth story on the making of the film by David Kamp, who spent time with director Rian Johnson and many others to find out interesting tidbits about the film. Star Wars: The Last Jedi will be in cinemas on December 15. If you need to remind yourself why you're excited about this film, you can watch the first teaser trailer again.
Walt "Clyde" Frazier may have made his name playing for the New York Knicks, but he originally hailed from Atlanta, Georgia. For its latest Clyde drop, PUMA has paid tribute to the birthplace of the man who the silhouette is named after. The pack includes two sneakers, coming in alternate "Dandelion Yellow" and "True Blue" colorways that reference the city's colors, and featuring an all-over phoenix motif to commemorate the Great Atlanta Fire that razed the city 100 years ago. The PUMA Clyde "Atlanta" pack is dropping on May 25 from the German brand's web store. As well as honoring Walt Frazier's birthplace, PUMA has recently made an homage to the birth of hip-hop with its SUPER PUMA pack.
Universal Pictures has officially dubbed their crossover of monster films the "Dark Universe" series. Kicking off their reboot of monster movies is The Mummy set to release this summer, with Bride of Frankenstein hitting theaters February 14, 2019. Universal's string of crossover films is inspired by Marvel Studio's Cinematic Universe, which sees the events and characters of each film carrying over into the next. Each film will star an iconic monster that helped establish the Horror genre, like Dracula and Invisible Man, and will lead into a movie starring them all like The Avengers. Universal planned to release a film in the Dark Universe series in 2018, but have decided to focus on Bride of Frankenstein, helmed by Beauty and the Beast director Bill Condon. Company chairman Donna Langley described the movie as a story about a "very modern woman in a very classic tale." Although no details on who will play the bride has surfaced, Johnny Depp and Javier Bardem are already onboard to play The Invisible Man and Frankenstein’s Monster, respectively, and Russell Crowe will be making his debut as Dr. Jekyll in The Mummy. Stay tuned for more info as its announced.
The official trailer for the action thriller China Test Girls has been released. Danny Trejo and Sasha Grey are set to star in the flick, which is directed by Gilbert Trejo -- Danny's son. China Test Girls focuses on a fashion photographer who finds a used camera filled with disturbing images detailing an elite family's misconduct. The young photographer is forced to her limits in order to survive the many attempts at her life. It's directed by Frankie Latina and serves as the first official offering from Manimal Films. The 70's themed movie also features music from Yoko Ono, Peter Bjorn and John. Check out the trailer above.
Summer is getting closer, which means festival season will soon get into full swing. ULTRA Music Festival is back for the third time in Singapore, and this year, headliners include Hardwell, Pendulum, Steve Aoki, Martin Solvieg, Steve Angello and more. Supporting acts include enigmatic Indonesia rapper Rich Chigga, Miami duo G.T.A., among others. Taking place on June 10 and 11 at Ultra Park, 1 Bayfront Avenue (Singapore's counterpart to Miami's Bayfront Park), the festival will feature the Main Stage, the Live Stage and the Resistance Stage. Check out the full lineup below and grab your tickets here. Last year, Kygo celebrated his birthday at ULTRA Singapore -- his manager Myles decided to bring eight of his childhood best friends to the city and surprise him. Despite his Norwegian features and accent, Kygo was actually born in Singapore. Revisit the video below.
visvim recently unveiled the latest rendition of its famed FOLEY-FOLK silhouette in perfect time to greet the current spring/summer season. Adhering to the sneaker’s signature streamlined approach, the shoe features a French calf leather constructed upper done up in clean white with beige elk leather accents hitting the inner arch, tongue area and inner outsole. As an artistic focal point, the “Free International Laboratory” tagline and visvim branding add a decorative detail to an otherwise minimal aesthetic. The cow leather lining and rubber outsole unit rounds out the contemporary design. Retailing for $800 USD, the new models are available now on visvim.tv.
During his visit to the Big Apple, we got a chance to sit down with Indonesian rapper Rich Chigga for a couple of intimate questions. Known for going viral after his debut track "Dat Stick" -- which was released back in March of 2016 -- Chigga takes the time to answer everything from "What's it like to be homeschooled?" to "What super power would you like to have?" Check out the video interview above, with Chigga dance moves included. Earlier this month, Rich Chigga, XXXTENTACION and Keith Ape dropped "Gospel."
This season, classic sportswear manufacturer Champion joins forces with NHIZ for a range of not so basic basics. The collaboration features black, white and navy tees all featuring Champions' hard to miss logo alongside NHIZ's. Perfect for a low-key leisure sports look, the range of NHIZ x Champion tees are available for purchase now at select retailers such as Izzue.
Hot off the heels of the release of Alien Covenant, streetwear label BAPE teased an upcoming collaboration with the Alien franchise just yesterday via its Instagram account. The photos featured BAPE's iconic Ape Head logo with an unmistakable Xenomorph superimposed. Now the full collection has been unveiled with an abundance of graphics that won't let fans down. Comprised of Shark hoodies, crewnecks and tees, graphics include Xenomorphs and Facehuggers attacking the Ape head and Baby Milo. The Alien x BAPE collection is set to launch this Saturday, May 27 at your local BAPE store. Check out the lineup above. And in cased you've missed it, we took a tour through James Lavelle's treasure chest of OG Supreme and BAPE items.
Tragedy hit Manchester on Monday night, where a bombing took place outside of an Ariana Grande concert that left at least 19 people dead and 50 injured. Following messages of condolences sent by the likes of Nicki Minaj, Taylor Swift, Harry Styles and others, Grande issued a short statement regarding the situation. It reads: "Tonight, our hearts are broken. We mourn the lives of children and loved ones taken by this cowardly act. We are thankful for the selfless service tonight of Manchester's first responders. [...] We ask all of you to hold the victims, their families, and all those affected in your hearts and prayers." In addition, Grande took to Twitter to give a short message, saying, "I am so so sorry. I don't have words." Read both statements below. broken. from the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don't have words. — Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) May 23, 2017
Levi Maestro Hangs out With Filling Pieces Founder Guillaume Philibert in Latest Episode of 'Maestro Knows'Tuesday May 23rd, 2017 07:51:43 AM Hypebeast
In the latest installment of Maestro Knows, Levi Maestro jet sets to Amsterdam to hang out with Filling Pieces founder, Guillaume Philibert. The duo can be seen hitting the streets of the Dutch capital on their way to tour the FP head office. Listen in to hear Philibert breakdown the office’s multi-level departments, his story of how his brand grew to manufacture its own sole units, and the flexibility he enjoys of remaining small in order to push the boundaries of design while sprinting from prototypes to production in a matter of a few months.
Acclaimed South Korean streetwear label thisisneverthat recently aligned with sneaker bar Casestudy to reveal their brand new collaborative collection. The lineup brings together a choice selection of casual staples reimagined with a sportswear-type flair. Printed T-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies, shorts and several headwear options make up the range, which feature key symbology characters set as the creative focal point. The ampersand symbol communicates the interconnectivity between street culture and fashion, while the thisisneverthat branding decoratively overlaps with the Chinese character translation for “Opening Study.” Retailing between $27 USD to $71 USD, the full collection is slated for a May 27 release at the BOON THE SHOP storefront.
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