Tag Archives: Fads

04Feb/22

Punk Isn’t Dead, It’s Minted

DESPERATE MEASURES, the New Zealand-born, London-based, punk and rock four piece released their brand-new mini album ‘Rinsed’ on Easy Action records last October to critical acclaim. Containing six tracks of hard-hitting punk with a big helping of rock n’ roll, the album is available on 10″ vinyl, CD and download. These recordings feature the new line-up of founder Eugene Butcher, former Glitterati and current Rich Ragany and The Digressions guitarist Gaff, Ricky McGuire of U.K SUBS and The Men They Couldn’t Hang, along with former K-Line/Done Lying Down drummer James Sherry. Continue reading

25Aug/20

prayground Commits To Empowering Black Female Creators With African Intelligence Collection

Sprayground – the New-York born rebellious and artistically designed backpack and influential streetwear brand, has launched a very special edition collection – African Intelligence 2.0 (Ai), celebrating the birthplace of humanity and bridging the gap between New York City and Ghana.

For Ai 2.0 – the second collaboration between Sprayground and artist, musician and creator Sandflower the popular urban streetwear brand honors the energy of the lion and what it represents with this collection – inclusivity and empowerment. Lions are loyal and fierce, yet they work together within their communities to survive and thrive. Read more

09Feb/17

Nicholas K puts the glamour in streetwear from fall/winter

Nicholas K revisits and revamps the ’90s for its new collection. Fashion fans brave a snow storm on the first day of New York Fashion Week.

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09Jan/17

Up to 16 people arrested over Kardashian robbery

Reports say up to 16 people have been arrested across France in connection with the robbery at gunpoint of reality TV star Kim Kardashian in Paris in October. Saskia O’Donoghue reports. Continue reading

13Apr/15

‘Hipster paradox’ explained using mathematical formula

LONDON, ENGLAND, UK / PARIS, FRANCE (REUTERS) – Recognisable by their fashion sense and style, the hipster phenomenon typically defines itself as non-conformist.

But therein lies a paradox – why do hipsters, in their attempts to be different, often all end up looking the same?
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