Le Fix Debuts Sportswear-Infused Fall Collection

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Brand: Le Fix

Season: FW18

Key Pieces: Full-zip track jackets and overhead half-zip tops are strong, plus the knitted crewneck sweater for a solid range of bold casual apparel.

Editor’s Notes: After exploring Danish country life for SS18, Copenhagen-based fashion imprint Le Fix unveils its FW18 collection, with the theme on focusing the balance between good and bad, order and anarchy, success and failure. Entitled “Whatever,” the attitude is to essentially move on to better things.

Encompassing T-shirts, hoodies, pants, jackets, beanies and more, the materials of the collection are a blend of cotton, wool and polyester turned into casual wear with a sporty aesthetic. A palette of black, white, burgundy mélange, turquoise, army green and neon green are utilized on the fabrics, in addition to vivid prints and embroideries for a pop of flair. The collection also features watercolor motifs made as all-over patterns, showing the idea behind the theme of “Whatever” in a visually striking manner.

View more of the FW18 campaign in the video below, and you can also shop the new collection on Le Fix’s online store now.

In other FW18 collections, mysterious Japanese label BlackEyePatch channels early ’00s hip-hop for its offerings.

Drake-Approved City Girls Share Video for “Period (We Live)”

Fresh from appearing on Drake‘s hit single, “In My Feelings,” City Girls return in support of their debut album, Period, releasing the official music video for the project’s title track. In the Video God-directed aesthetic, we see JT and Yung Miami enjoying some fun in the sun in their hometown of Miami, riding jet skis and rapping on the beach.

The video was shot before JT’s two-year prison sentence for credit card fraud. Press play above to check it out.

PERIOD‼️ Video out now on @vevo #FreeJt

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In addition to the “Period (We Live)” clip, City Girls also share the trailer for their Mass Appeal-helmed documentary, Point Blank Period. The film dives into the success of the duo, as well as JT’s aforementioned prison sentence.

You can revisit City Girls’ Period below.

Now, here’s where you can cop the grillz Drake is wearing in his ‘In My Feelings’ video.

88rising Share New ‘Head in the Clouds’ Visual Album

Back in support of last month’s release, 88rising share their Head in the Clouds visual album. Coinciding with the group LP, the aesthetic highlights each song for 20 to 30 seconds, creating captivating vignettes to further detail the album’s narrative.

Head in the Clouds serves as the debut crew LP from 88rising, featuring the likes of Rich Brian, Joji, Higher Brothers, NIKI, AUGUST 08, and Keith Ape, alongside special guests Famous Dex, BlocBoy JB, Playboi Carti, Yung Bans, GoldLink, and 03 Greedo. The project boasts past releases in “Midsummer Madness,” “Peach Jam,” “Warpaint,” “Let it Go,” and “Japan 88.”

After watching the visual album above, you can revisit Head in the Clouds underneath.

88rising is also heading out on tour, beginning in September with their Head in the Clouds festival. See below for the dates and locations.

Sat Sept 22 – Los Angeles, CA – Head In The Clouds Festival
Fri Sep 28 – Philadelphia, PA* – The Fillmore Philadelphia
Sun Sep 30 – Toronto, ON – RBC Echo Beach
Mon Oct 01 – Montreal, QC* – MTELUS
Wed Oct 03 – New York, NY – Pier 17 at South Street Seaport
Fri Oct 05 – Boston, MA – Agganis Arena
Tue Oct 09 – Washington, DC* – MGM National Harbor
Sat Oct 13 – Detroit, MI* – The Fillmore Detroit
Sun Oct 14 – Chicago, IL – Aragon Ballroom
Tue Oct 16 – Atlanta, GA – Tabernacle
Fri Oct 19 – Austin, TX – ACL Live
Sat Oct 20 – Houston, TX – Smart Financial Center
Sun Oct 21 – Irving, TX -Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
Tue Oct 23 – Denver, CO – The Fillmore Auditorium
Fri Oct 26 – Vancouver, BC – Pacific Coliseum
Sat Oct 27 – Seattle, WA – ShoWare Center
Wed Oct 31 – San Francisco, CA – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

*Keith Ape not performing

For more music videos, be sure to check out Travis Scott’s ‘Astroworld’ aesthetic for “Stop Trying to Be God.”

Woolrich Taps Onyx Collective for Fall Outerwear Campaign

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After tapping Ms. Lauryn Hill for its re-branded series American Soul Since 1830, U.S. heritage label Woolrich has now teamed up with New York City-based Jazz group Onyx Collective for the second phase of its FW18 campaign.

Fresh off the release of their latest album, Lower East Suite Part Three, the musicians are seen donning notable pieces from Woolrich’s newest offerings, consisting of plaid flannel shirts, puffy jackets and parkas rendered in bright and subdued tones.

Pricing for the collection varies, starting from $59 USD for the shirts, ranging to $1,430 USD for the lineup of outerwear.

If you like what you see, you can view and shop the entire collection at Woolrich’s website now by clicking the bar below.

Up next, maharishi’s FW18 is an exploration of government surveillance.

Watch Junglepussy’s Vashtie-Directed Video for “All of You”

Following the release of Jp3 back in May, Junglepussy has blessed her devoted followers with a Vashtie-directed visual for “All of You.”

This summer, Junglepussy will make her film debut starring in Andrew Bujalski’s Support the Girls alongside Regina Hall and Haley Lu Richardson. The film is slated to premiere in theaters on August 24. Next month, the rapper will be taking her raunchy attitude on the road for a North American headlining tour as well.

In other news, Big Freedia and Lizzo just dropped a video for “Karaoke.” Get all the details right here.

Col3trane Is on an Acid Trip in His New Double Video

Today 19-year-old musician Col3trane announces his new mixtape, BOOT (Breathing Out Of Time), due out this month. To celebrate the occasion, he shares a double video for project cuts, “Fear & Loathing” and “Britney.”

“I always wanted to make a double video for “Fear & Loathing” and “Britney,” Col3trane tells The FADER. “The acid reference is an obvious nod to Hunter S Thompson but it was Oscar’s idea for me and the other guy to turn up in each other’s trips. Oscar is an amazing talent to work with. The song is about being stuck in a loop that you can’t get out of and he really brought that to life with the visual.”

Directed by Directed by Oscar Hudson (Young Thug, Radiohead), you can watch the newly released double video above.

Col3trane’s BOOT mixtape is scheduled to arrive August 17. Following, the young artist will be heading out on a full UK and European tour in October. Head here for details.

10/2 Leeds, UK @ Belgrave Music Hall
10/3 Manchester, UK @ Night People
10/4 Bristol, UK @ The Exchange
10/6 Birmingham, UK @ Castle & Falcon
10/8 London, UK @ Village Underground
10/11 Paris, FR @ Le Pop Up Du Label
10/12 Amsterdam, NL @ Melkweg
10/13 Koln, DE @ Club Banhof Ehrenfeld
10/15 Berlin, DE @ Kantine am Berghain

For more music, watch BJ The Chicago Kid hit the streets of LA in “The Opening Ceremony.”

Big Freedia & Lizzo Will Give You Life in “Karaoke”

The spirit of bounce music is alive in the form of Big Freedia who continues to spread its infectious magic through the speakers. Today, the Queen of Bounce dropped a visual for “Karaoke,” the zesty Lizzo-assisted single off her 3rd Ward Bounce EP. The music video takes us on a pastel-tinted journey through Freedia’s vibrant hometown of New Orleans, offering a glimpse into different aspects of the city’s rich culture from her special point of view. The FOMO really hits hard when Freedia and Lizzo let loose by twerking on the beach amongst other entertaining activities in the Big Easy.

“Working with Lizzo in LA on this video was a career highlight,” Freedia stated in a press release. “Her energy was exactly what I needed to get this track to come to life!”

This fall, Freedia will embark on a North American co-headlining tour with Tank and the Bangas. Get a taste of her magic in the video above.

In other news, check out our profile on BROCKHAMPTON collaborator Ryan Beatty right here.

Packer Gives Reebok’s Club C a Premium Makeover

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Brand: Packer Shoes x Reebok

Model: Club C

Key Features: Cream-colored tumbled leather upper, updated lacing, tonal laces, contrasting white midsole, green heel.

Release Date: August 10

Price: $110

Buy: In-store at Packer in Jersey City and online

Editor’s Notes: Reebok and Packer Shoes are once again joining forces, here taking on the classic Club C. Originally released in 1985, Packer has applied a premium twist to the retro sneaker, allowing you to dress it up more than usual.

The low-tops boast a cream-colored tumbled leather upper, paired with tonal laces. A white midsole plays contrast below, while the green heel provides added complement. Branding is then featured alongside, on the midsole, and atop the tongue.

You can look forward to Packer’s Reebok Club C “Marcial” launching Friday, August 10, at 12 p.m. EST.

In related news, Reebok’s DMX 1200 Low couldn’t be any more on trend.

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maharishi FW18 Is an Exploration of Government Surveillance

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Brand: maharishi

Season: FW18

Key Pieces: Wireframe landscapes are showcased in T-shirt graphics, embroideries, and stitching details, with artwork highlighting mythical beasts breaking out of these constraints. The brand has also reinterpreted military jackets to include the USAF B-15 flight jacket, Naval A-2 deck jacket, and the Soviet Fufaika, or “Telogreika” jacket. Relaxed silhouettes then feature dropped shoulders and oversized fits.

Editor’s Notes: maharishi this week debuts its official FW18 lookbook. Titled “Internationale Redactioniste,” the collection explores privacy concerns, government surveillance, and information within the digital age.

The label thus makes use of redacted text and graphics to represent not only the information that is taken from us, but also the details that are withheld from us. Mythical beasts featured throughout the collection are illustrated with serpents or dragon-headed snakes for tails, pulling inspiration from the Greek Chimera, which is a hybrid creature.

Organic cottons and hemp are augmented with a lightweight sand-washed silk twill, reinforced Japanese ripstop nylon, and melton wool. A three-ply Italian nylon fleece is then showcased on bomber jackets, liners, kimonos, and accessories.

After getting a look at maharishi’s FW18 assortment via the gallery above, head on over to the brand’s web store to shop their latest releases.

In other style news, Martin Asbjørn’s first FW18 drop is available now.

Hiroshi Fujiwara’s First Capsule for THE CONVENI Has Arrived

Japanese designer Hiroshi Fujiwara has unveiled the first round of items available at his new concept store, THE CONVENI. THE CONVENI (which translates as convenience store) follows on from Hiroshi’s previous projects the POOL and THE PARK ING.

The vast inaugural collection encompasses everything from souvenir items to collaborative goods. Mugs, bags, lighters, candy and bottled water featuring THE CONVENI branding will arrive in the first drop alongside garments such as T-shirts and rain ponchos. Elsewhere, Hiroshi has included his collaborative BE@BRICK capsule.

THE COVENI officially opens in the first basement of GINZA SONY PARK August 9 at 13:00 in Tokyo, Japan. Visit the official site for details.

Ginza Sony Park B1,
5-3-1 Ginza
Chuo-Ku, Tokyo

Next, check out Hiroshi’s knockout collab with Moncler.