Exposing Fake Yeezys

It's really hard to differentiate between real and fake yeezys, basically most sneakers in general. That's why it's always best to check out how fake sneakers look like before purchasing them to be safe from spam.

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Black & Grey Outfit flat lay

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I chose this outfit for Tuesday, I wanted to wear something decent but comfy for my college so I chose this outfit. I'm a person who usually goes with darker shades ( As I also earlier mentioned in my interview with K- Swiss ). So black and grey are obviously something I fancy. At first, I decided to chose black pants with that black Calvin Klein sweater but then I thought that I wanted some change as I've already done a lot of all black outfits.Also, I wanted something to match with the collar details of the sweater. These custom made sneakers are really comfortable but I don't really wear them that often.

Sweater :  Calvin Klein

Jeans :     Levi's

Shoes :  ( Custom made)


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The Adidas Originals EQT Support Ultra in two new colors.

 A shoe, as the name suggests, that originally debuted last year and one that couples the original EQT Support 93′s upper with the sole unit of the UltraBOOST — is back for 2017 in a couple of brand new colorways. Hot on the heels of adi’s Chinese New Year rendition of the old school-meets-new school hybrid, the new drops include both off-white and “Trace Green” colorways, each of which pairs OG Support uppers of mesh, suede and nylon with white BOOST cushioning and black rubber outsoles.

Retailing for $160 USD each, both the off-white and “Trace Green” colorways are available now from Three Stripes spots like Sneaker Politics while supplies last




Have a look inside END.'S new Glasgow store

Bringing high-end fashion to the heart of Glasgow, British fashion retailer END. has opened a new flagship store in a striking space decked out in Carrara marble, brushed steel and concrete. Spanning three floors and 3,500 sq ft, the new store opened on December 17 and is sure to be a major asset to the city’s streetwear scene, bringing with it collections by the likes of OFF-WHITE, Gosha Rubchinskiy, Nike TZ, visvim, adidas Consortium, NEIGHBORHOOD and COMME des GARÇONS. For more information visit the END.'s website.


Writer :  Hasse Lemola

Adidas Originals reveals Its " King Push " EQT Grayscale X Pusha T Collaboration

Pusha T and adidas Originals have officially unveiled its third collaboration after providing the masses with a few teasers via social media and a special photo project shot by Ari Macropoulos. Dubbed the “King Push” EQT Grayscale, it gains its influence from nostalgic ’90s style while incorporating premium detailing in design as it exudes a futuristic look.

BOOST Technology makes its way onto the midsole while Primeknit is mixed with luxurious fish scale overlays along its heel and mid-foot areas. In addition, you’ll find adidas’s Three Stripes hosting reflective material for its finishing touches. The adidas Originals “King Push” EQT grayscale will officially launch on December 3 in limited quantities online and select retailers for $200 USD.

Do you plan on adding Pusha T’s forthcoming collaboration with adidas Originals to your personal collection?

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Writter :  Austin Boykins

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Stüssy & Champion Introduce Their "#2" Reverse Weave Sweatshirts

Last week, Stüssy and Champion introduced a clean zippered hoodie for Fall/Winter 2016 and now, just a few short days later, the streetwear and sportswear stalwarts are back with their latest collaborative endeavor. Hot on the heels of Stüssy’s own in-house Holiday 2016 drop, the new release — simply dubbed the “#2″ — comes in both hoodie and crew neck form and couples a Stüssy script box logo across the chest with “N.Y.L.T.L.A.” embroidery on the hood and Champion’s signature Reverse Weave construction.

Retailing for ¥15,800 JPY (approximately $151 USD) and ¥14,800 JPY (approximately $141 USD), respectively, the hoodies and crew necks are available now at Stüssy chapters, the Stüssy Japan web store and ZOZOTOWN.

Writer : T.S. FOX

Adidas launches the adi-Ease in "Camo"

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The adi-Ease skate shoe from adidas makes a return for the fall in a camo-patterned rendition. Designed with a lightweight and breathable canvas upper, the flexible material allows you to ride or walk with ease. Additionally, the vulcanized outsole provides a strong grip against multiple surfaces, while the heel cap gives resistance and extra support. Rounding out the silhouette is the brand’s signature Three Stripes motif stitched along the side in crisp white, which contrasts nicely against the rest of the shoe’s bold form.

Pick up a pair of these sneakers at retailers like Sneaker Politics now for as low as $60 USD.

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Writer :  Rebecca Kim

J.Crew & Timex Introduce a Black & Brown Diver

Way back in 2012, J.Crew and Timex teamed up as a part of the American clothier’s “In Good Company” endeavor to introduce the collaborative Andros — a clean timepiece that’s still offered to this day. Now, after introducing a Vintage Field Army Watch in the years since, J.Crew and Timex are revisiting their co-branded diver, updating it with a darker color palette inspired by stealthy tactical timepieces. The result is a design that comes decked out in black while employing details like a quartz analog movement, glow-in-the-dark hands, a functioning bezel and water-resistance up to 100 meters. Finally, a brown nylon strap caps things off.

Fans can find the new arrival now online and in select stores for $128 USD.


Writer :  T.S. Fox 

The Adidas Ultra Boost gets a dope makeover

We’ve seen tons of colorways on adidas’s popular Ultra Boost silhouette, including an array of customs. Done by Jack The Ripper, this customized adidas Ultra Boost stands out due to its materials being custom cut except for its popular Boost Technology. The one-of-a-kind Ultra Boost receives inspiration from Hender Scheme models, which explains its leather construction and tan hue. It also incorporates laser engraving on its insole, Ultra Boost branding on each heel along with 403K Films and Jack The Ripper Branding on each respective tongue.

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Writer :  Austin Boykins 

BMW and Garage Italia Customs collaborated and unveiled the "CrossFade Paint Concept" i8

BMW and Garage Italia Customs have teamed and represented us the i8 wrapped in a new color concept called CrossFade. The colorway was inspired by the pointillist painting style, which was popular during the fin de siècle period, and utilizes optical color mixing to provide a gradient finish to the vehicle. The Protonic blues and dark silvers were used in order to bring emphasis to the cars’ swooping lines.

BMW plans to roll out the CrossFade as an available option sometime in 2017.