Ymani and Natalie looking fine in streetwear grails by Supreme and Diamond Supply Co. x Collabo NY. Ymani is wearing a Supreme grail from 2008 (tags still on) featuring JFK and Jackie in 1963, just minutes before JFK was assassinated. Natalie is wearing another grail: Diamond Supply Co. x Collabo NY’s 2006 flipped Misfits skull logo with grills.
Tekashi 6IX9INE, the self-proclaimed “King of New York” will look even more ridiculous when he along with all of the other non-motocross riding idiots purchase and start wearing pieces from the Supreme x Fox collection with no motorcycle in sight.
Mother of nineteen-year-old Instagram influencer, 99Problem5Butmykiksaint1 (Maynard Marnywood) walked in on her son licking his Jordans. “My baby Maynard…Oh gawd, I can’t unsee what I just saw,”
In this Spotlight On, we feature one of favorite (under the radar) but absolutely lit brands, Class of Seventy Four (“Class”). Everything Class releases is fire.
Upon the announcement that Supreme will be dropping its highly anticipated Supreme x Rimowa aluminum luggage collection, baggage handlers around the world began honing their sledgehammers and practicing their elbow drops in anticipation of completely annihilating each and every piece of this collection that makes its way into their possession.
Summer: the season when it’s socially acceptable to wear as little clothing as possible: the shorts are short and the shirts are nonexistent. It’s a beautiful time, truly. However, someone at Balenciaga is sitting high atop their mountain above Who-ville rubbing their devious hands together, scheming a plan to ruin this freedom of the skin—and sometimes for the nip.
Justin Timberlake’s upcoming Air Jordan 3 JTH in Bio Beige is straight fire. These kicks are so beautiful that if you cop, it is almost guaranteed that you’ll have individuals (albeit mostly Asian males between 15 and 35) clamoring to tell you “You’re bringing sexy back.”
It felt like High Snobiety was really reaching to make a point that Hill had become a fashion guru just for his taste in random ink display. When really, if you boil it down—the dude just owns tye dye shirts. He probably thinks they’re funny, a bit ironic, but most importantly: comfortable as hell.
Adidas 747 was an epic event. Spanning several blocks surrounding and within the old American Apparel manufacturing building in downtown LA, Adidas went all out to represent during this year’s NBA all-star game.
Our latest Shine subject is Alfonso “ALF” Rawls. ALF is a skateboarding legend and really good soul who can still rip everything with freaky styley style.
For those of you who cannot afford Supreme gear at retail, let alone aftermarket pricing, Supreme will soon be offering a budget line called Supreme Market, featuring items conveniently priced below $40.00.
Inclusiveness: It’s what AGENDA is all about, and what makes it a special kind of tradeshow. No matter who you are, you can stand side by side with companies like the Hundreds, 10 Deep, or Chinatown Market and compete with the same. That’s the draw.
Ymani and Natalie looking fine in ODB inspired, streetwear grails by X-Large / Grand Royal and Rocksmith.
Ymani and Natalie looking fine in streetwear grails by Everybody Skates. Ymani is wearing Everybody Skates’ Jay-Z shirt. Natalie is wearing Everybody Skates Kanye shirt. The only newer company represented in this shoot, Everybody Skates is skate icon, Alphonso Rawls’ clothing company whose iconic shirts are announced via his Instagram and sell out in hours. Don’t sleep on Everybody Skates.
It’s been a rough few months for Chance the Rapper. After seeming like he could do nothing wrong, he seems to be taking misstep after misstep. After claiming on an Instagram live feed, “Everybody knows I brought Supreme back,” he was subsequently ruined on Twitter.
Like it or not, Supreme will always be the litmus for streetwear. For old streetwear heads like me, there continues to be a love / hate relationship with Supreme. About a year ago, I was driving home from work and one of the neighbor kids (usually dressed head to toe in Pac Sun or even worse, Dallas Cowboys gear), cruised by me, riding a Razor scooter, with a mohawk helmet, wearing a Supreme box logo hoodie. I lost concentration and almost drove my car into the kids playing basketball in the driveway a few houses up.
Edward Murphy, a former Beverly Hills Cop turned barber plans on copping the velour bucket hat, track suit, and polo shirt in peach. When shown pictures of the track suit ensemble from Supreme’s online site, Murphy responded “What is that velvet? It’s beautiful.”
With the World Cup excitement ramping up, this week’s deal of the week is the soccer inspired Adidas Ace16+ Pure Control in triple white. A few years ago, these were ultra-limited, selling out within seconds and reselling for well over six bills. Now you can grab them on sale here at Adidas.com for $140.00.
Ymani and Natalie looking beautiful as ever in streetwear grails by Undefeated and Everybody Skates. Ymani is wearing Undefeated’s classic Role Model T shirt, with a reproduction of an iconic photograph of Sir Charles Barkley wearing his 76ers gear and an NWA cap. Undefeated has always been at the forefront of edgy athletic streetwear, and this shirt is a classic representation of the same.
Natalie is wearing another favorite: Everybody Skate’s Madonna, T-shirt with Madonna doing a Madonna.
Ymani and Natalie are straight dimes wearing streetwear grails by Supreme and Technics x Marvel.
Music is an uber important part of my life. It’s a habit at this point. I listen to it everyday and cannot remember a day when I haven’t consumed it some form or fashion. It’s as common to me as air and water. It’s a friend and a family member. It’s been pivotal in every moment in my life big and small.
I grew up dealing with sub-zero winters in Canada, so when it comes to outdoor gear, I’m down with whatever keeps me the warmest. If I had money in my pocket to spend, my first choices would be Timberland and North Face.
Ymani and Natalie looking fine in streetwear grails. Ymani is wearing Manik Skateboards’, Kurt Cobain T-Shirt photographed by legendary Seattle photographer Charles Peterson. Natalie is wearing Rebel 8’s, Punk is Dead T-shirt only available from Digital Gravel’s monthly mystery box, The Digger’s Club from the early 2000’s, which featured product from iconic brands such as The Hundred’s and Diamond Supply Co