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Nike Reveals New Air Max “Vibrant Pack”

Nike introduces its latest Vibrant Pack that features several Air Max silhouettes — including the Nike Air Max 200, Nike Air Max 270 React, Nike Air Max Tailwind IV, Nike MX-720-818 and Nike Air Max 720. Each shoe sports a summer-ready upper with a crisp color scheme. In addition to Air Max underfoot, the layered translucent color and pattern throughout the pack give the illusion of light and weightlessness. Nike Air Max Vibrant Pack Release Date Look for the Nike Air Max “Vibrant Pack” to release later this spring for men, women and kids at select retailers and Nike.com. Nike Air Max “Vibrant Pack” Release Date: Spring 2020
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Ambush x Nike Dunk High Collab Is Releasing In December

Making its presence felt at Nike's New York Fashion Week forum was Tokyo-based label Ambush, which stole the show with an eye-catching execution of the iconic Dunk High. The monochromatic high-top is styled in all-pink (or fuchsia) premium leather, with tonal branding hits and dual-branded tags. Perhaps the most striking design element is the rubber Swoosh branding, which not only applied to the quarters, but extends past the heel. Ambush is no stranger to re-working classic Nike silhouet..

‘Utility Black’ Adidas Yeezy 500s Are Restocking Next Week

The 2020 holiday lineup for the Adidas Yeezy line could potentially include a restock of the "Utility Black" Yeezy 500s according to the Yeezy Mafia. The stealthy iteration of the Yeezy 500 initially released in June 2018, but the Yeezy leaker account revealed today that it will return in November at its usual stockists including on Adidas.com/Yeezy, Yeezy Supply and at select Adidas Originals stores for a retail price of $200. This pair will be joining the black and red colorway of the Yeezy B..

Cars for No One: The Bizarre Totems of Peter Cain

500 SL #1, 1992 This story appears in HIGHTech, A Magazine by Highsnobiety. Our new issue, presented by Samsung, includes exclusive pages of interviews, shoots, merch, gadgets, technical gear and more. Order a copy here. “What has Kansei engineering done for us lately?” asks a 1989 Mazda Miata advertisement among the documents of the artist Peter Cain. On the same page, above a simmering red roadster, “RESERVE FOR NEW PORSCHE PAINTINGS” is written in the artist’s hand. Around the same time, Cain began collaging promotional images of cars as studies for the paintings he is best known for today: canvases with hyperrealistic depictions of mutant automobiles, smushed into bizarre abstract forms. Prelude #, 1990 Courtesy Matthew Marks Gallery Prelude #2, 1990 Courtesy Matthew Marks Gallery According to friends of Cain, who died in his thirties in 1997, the artist knew little about cars. But to think of these paintings as the fan art of an obsessive gear head is to miss t..

Here’s Your “I Hate Black Friday but Love a Bargain” Loophole

Every year on November 27, the world falls under Black Friday’s spell. Hailed as the biggest shopping day — if not month — of the year, the hectic holiday has been known to inspire such strong bouts of discount deal FOMO that shoppers have frequently trampled each other (sometimes to death) in the race to bag the best bargain. Thanks to Covid, IRL shopping stampedes will not be taking place this year. But while your Instagram feed will be free of such frantic scenes, that doesn’t mean that the retail battlefield isn’t taking place online. Last year, Black Friday online shopping sales hit an all-time high: 93.2 million digital shoppers resulted in a sales total of $7.4 billion. This year, reports predict that number could grow by 35 to 40 percent, leading to an astronomical figure that feels very bleak when considered in relation to how much of that goes on clothing — 80 percent of which is doomed for landfills after an average of seven wears. “2020 has been an unusual year, with many..