Summer-Ready Scents to Try This Season

The parodox of the fragrance industry is that, despite there being countless options available, somehow, everyone seems to end up smelling the same. Case in point: Paco Rabanne’s “1 Million” or “Diesel: Only the Brave” (which was inexplicably shaped like a fist).

We’ve perused the web for six less clichéd summer-ready fragrances that will add another level of depth to your personal style and look great on your bathroom shelf. And why not? Now’s a better time than most for scent experiment.

Looks like: The metallic bottle lends itself to a very masculine design with a dab of Chanel branding on the cap.

Smells like: Appropriately, it’s rather masc. Woody, spicy, and with base notes of white musk.

Looks like: Money.

Smells like: Springtime. You can expect top notes of lemon, mandarin, mint, and neroli for a fresh and uplifting scent.

Looks like: A fancy beach hut you might find on some luxury resort?

Smells like: Seduction. This Ilex scent is packed with smokey notes of sambac jasmine and a hit of sweet citrus.

Looks like: The sky at about 5.00 p.m. on a summer afternoon.

Smells like: Something delicious you could even drink. Top notes of black tea, middle notes of incense, and tonka bean at the base.

Looks like: This bottle design appears to be inspired from the brand’s signature intrecciato weave technique.

Smells like: A good time, honestly. This scent has pink pepper and amberwood up top along with guaiac wood and patchouli on the base.

Looks like: Old glamour meets new Hollywood.

Smells like: Vanilla, spice, frangipani, and the scent of the tiare flower harvested on the island of Tahiti.

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Tyler, the Creator Taps Artist for Converse Artist Series Collab

Converse Chuck 70 Spencer McMullen

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Brand: Converse

Model: Chuck 70

Key Features: The Chuck 70 features a canvas upper decorated with multicolored illustrations by artist Spencer McMullen. The sneaker boasts a split-side execution, with characters and scenes created by McMullen in his Los Angeles home.

Release Date: April 23

Price: $100

Buy: Converse.com and select retailers globally

Editor’s Notes: Tyler, the Creator handpicked 21-year-old artist Spencer McMullen to participate in the Converse Artist Series. For the latest installment in the program, McMullen applied his designs to the iconic Chuck 70.

Tyler and Spencer met years ago when a 16-year-old Spencer flipped over his bike while trying to show Tyler one of his illustrations. After helping him up, Tyler took a photo of Spencer’s portrait and shared it on his Instagram. The rapper/designer evidently followed McMullen’s artistic evolution over the years, ultimately choosing him to take part in his curated Converse Artist Series.

“After growing up with the brand, applying my artwork to this sneaker was really a dream come true,” said McMullen. “But I didn’t want to disrupt the silhouette too much, because it is perfect in its simplicity. So, over a few months, I worked on new drawings and paintings to feature on the canvas, pulling inspiration from real stories that are documented around me – like books and photos on the internet of my life back in Jacksonville. I also kept a new, blank Chuck 70 on my desk to look at every day and I spread all my work on the floor around me to assess and arrange in different ways.”

The campaign for the Chuck 70 was created by McMullen in his home in Los Angeles. You can see the images in the gallery above, while product shots are featured below.






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The Ultimate Buyer’s Guide to 2020’s Best Sunglasses

Though we might not see much of it right now, the sun has started to rear its head more frequently. We’ll eventually be spending more time outdoors, no doubt, so it’s smart to get ahead and invest in some eye protection that’s up to the job. While UV-blocking qualifications are important, it’s not just about function. Sunglasses can be a make it or break it part of a look.

And with endless shapes, tints, and materials available online, shopping for the perfect pair of shades is no easy task. Highsnobiety is well-versed in this particular buying area, and here we bring you some of the best sunglasses styles for 2020.

From classic square frames to the OTT models that’ll have all eyes on your eyes, our selection includes pieces from up-and-coming brands to eyewear from the world’s biggest fashion houses.


Angular, square frames are a classic shape that will always have a place in the category. Adding a chic touch to any fit, this shape is best loved for its suitability to a diverse range of faces, and fortunately enough, the more experimental movements in the sunglasses game haven’t stopped some of our favorite labels from producing some classic, four-point masterpieces.


Much like last year, smaller rectangular and oval frames remain the shape of choice for many. Taking a page from ’90s and early ’00s style, these uber-slim frames may not provide as much coverage or UV protection as a pair of sporty Oakleys, but let’s be honest, these ones are more about form than function, anyway.


Though still in contention, the narrow path forged by the tiny frame look has trailed off slightly. Small shades are not for everyone — it can be a tricky one to pull off for certain face shapes. If an antidote to small sunnies is what you need, look no further. Once reserved for the over 70s with waning eyesight, oversized shades, including frames like the bug-eye, allow for serious statement-making.


Cycling and sports-optimized sunglasses emerged as a huge trend for 2018, but output over the past two years shows that they’re still on the agenda. Boutique and high-end cycling brands, as well as luxury labels such as Prada, continue to keep the look alive with performance-led eyewear.


For those not satisfied by stoic classics and unimpressed with practical specs, something a little extra is in order. This is all about loud lenses to match standout looks and the personalities that own them.

The Kaleidoscopic pair by Jacquemus is the perfect match for hazy summer nights, while Chinatown Market comes through in the extra category by stamping its signature smiley on a set of lenses.

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Quentin Tarantino Got Drunk on Apple Martinis & Pitched a ‘James Bond’ Movie

Quentin Tarantino and Pierce Brosnan once got smashed on apple martinis and talked about making a James Bond movie together. In a new interview with Esquire UK, Brosnan dished the dirt on the 007 movie that never happened.

The conversation took place circa 2004, he explained. “It was after Kill Bill Vol. 2, and [Tarantino] wanted to meet me. I went up into Hollywood one day, from the beach, and I met him at the Four Seasons.” Brosnan then detailed how, despite his own punctuality, Tarantino was delayed by press junkets, so he stayed in the bar and necked a few drinks.

“Eventually [Tarantino] came down, and he started ordering apple martinis. We were fairly snockered” — yes, snockered — “I was fairly snockered. He was pounding the table, saying, ‘You are the best James Bond! I wanna do James Bond with you!’ and it was very close quarters in the restaurant. I said, ‘Quentin, please, calm down, calm down.’ But, you don’t tell Quentin Tarantino to calm down.”

Brosnan continued, “Anyway, he wanted to do James Bond. I went back to the shop and told them, but it wasn’t meant to be. No Quentin Tarantino for James Bond. What a shame. That would be a good one to watch.”

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10 Killer ASICS Sneakers for Under $100

asics sneakers

When it comes to some sneaker brands, it’s often an unspoken rule that the best stuff comes with exorbitant price tags. Not ASICS, though. The Japanese sportswear label might have collaborated with fashion icons and emerging brands — Vivienne Westwood and GmbH to name two — but its general release performance-first silhouettes, still a huge look right now, can be shopped at seriously decent prices. Here, we’ve rounded up a few choices that come in beneath the $100 mark.

Our list starts from as low as $60 and includes models such as the GEL-Kayano 5 OG — a silhouette that first appeared back in 1999, bringing high-end running tech to the masses. It was more recently remastered in a range of colors, upgrading this family favorite for modern-day use and styling.

If the more lifestyle looking silhouettes are your bag, then ASICS models like the JAPAN S will likely satisfy your everyday footwear needs, coming here in embossed white leather.

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Lena Waithe Talks New Show on Sneaker Culture and Her Isolation Rotation

Work From Home is a new vertical dedicated to life and culture in the strange and unprecedented situation of self-quarantine that many of us are dealing with right now. From what to watch to how to get a fit off and how to not think about anything, this is our guide to the great indoors. For updates on the spread of Covid-19 and how to keep yourself safe and informed, consult WHO and the CDC.

While many people know Lena Waithe through her accomplishments as an actress and screenwriter for films and shows like Queen & Slim and Master of None, host Jian DeLeon taps into Lena’s equally prominent identity as a sneakerhead by discussing her new Quibi show ‘You Ain’t Got These’ along with the kicks she has on her current isolation rotation.

During this quarantine, Lena is appreciating a need to respect other people’s time and maintain boundaries while everyone is working from home. Of course, listening to music, FaceTiming, and revisiting old movies and shows like Boomerang and High Fidelity are just as important (3:35).

The below interview is a transcribed version of ‘Vibe Check.’ It has been edited and condensed for clarity.

Jian DeLeon: I was going to ask about High Fidelity because it’s in that same conversation as Boomerang, right, where you have all these iconic films where the narrative and the story is super relevant for now, but they’re being retold in this very modern way.

Lena Waithe: Exactly.

JD: So tell me a little bit about Boomerang, working on that and this sort of resurgence. I mean, remakes have been part of the conversation, but right now they’re much more of a zeitgeist than ever from that era of the ‘90s in particular.

LW: Yeah. You know, I think some people hate it, some people are purists and are just sort of like look, that was a cool movie at that time, leave it alone. I think we’re doing something interesting with Boomerang. Obviously the biggest difference is that a woman, a young woman is at the center of both shows. And I think that to me is great. Both happened to be young women of color and then showing that young women deal with the same thing that guys are dealing with as well. Obviously Boomerang has more of an ensemble cast. And so we have queer characters, straight characters, bisexual characters, characters who are still figuring it out. And I think that to me is what’s so exciting, things you couldn’t do in the early ‘90s that now you’d be remiss not to.

Lena speaks on the relatability of her characters, their stories, and how people are connecting to her material overall. These elements shine through her newest Quibi show as well, which Jian commends for its cultural authenticity (6:29).

JD: Even though they’re short episodes, it’s like you have Kerby Jean-Raymond on there, you’ve got Hasan Minhaj, you’ve got a lot of these figures that are really from the culture, from the life that made sneakers not just a commodity, but a culture with a very thriving scene that’s evolved over time.

LW: No, absolutely. And I think that’s something I really wanted to dive into. And I think that’s the difference when someone like myself, who is embedded in the culture, who grew up in Chicago while Jordan was playing and I saw him play in the shoe. It’s something that I was really a part of and I watched it be commodified and whitewashed over the years. And that’s something I can’t ignore. You can’t talk about sneakers and not talk about race, not talk about class, not talk about the fact that it’s not created to be cool, and the fact that black faces sell shoes, but white hands get the money. This is something you can’t ignore. And I’m not afraid to speak about that.

Lena is embracing the unique connections that each generation has with sneaker culture, including the booming resell phenomenon and the introduction of new hype sneakers like Travis Scott’s Jordans with secret stash pockets being acts of public service (8:50).

Even though people aren’t wearing their kicks out right now, Lena sees herself as a semi-purist who can keep a pair of sneakers in a box or glass case and simply appreciate their craftsmanship. At the same time, she’s not a believer in taking away the functionality of sneakers as someone who has worn out a pair of Yeezy Red Octobers. Lena has been leaning towards the former practice of appreciating her collection while putting wear and tear on her Balenciaga slides and other selects that are a part of her isolation rotation (15:10). Meanwhile, she’s waiting on the right time to flex her kicks, even if it means getting her hands on Pharrell’s Chanel NMDs and wearing them once in a blue moon.

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J. Lo & A-Rod Want to Buy the New York Mets

Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez

Jennifer Lopez and fiancé Alex Rodriguez are making moves to buy the New York Mets. According to Variety, the power couple is working with JPMorgan Chase on financing to purchase the team.

The New York Mets are currently owned by the Wilpon Family, who was previously in talks with minority owner Steve Cohen to buy the Major League Baseball team, which is valued at $2.6 billion. The deal ultimately fell through, opening the door for other hopefuls including Lopez and Rodriguez.

The couple’s net worth is reportedly around $700 million, so they would need a bit of help purchasing the franchise. It isn’t uncommon, however, for celebrities to buy a minority stake in a professional sports team and subsequently become the face of the organization. A-Rod’s former teammate Derek Jeter has done this with the Miami Marlins, as he owns four percent of the team and handles business and baseball operations.

A former MLB standout, Rodriguez could have signed with the Mets back in 2000, but instead, he opted to ink an insane $252 million deal with the Texas Rangers. He then went on to win a World Series with the New York Yankees. Furthermore, Lopez is from the Bronx, which is the home of the Yankees, the crosstown rival of the Mets.

For more on J. Lo and A-Rod’s interest in the New York Mets, visit Variety.


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Angela Yee Is Our Life Coach for Dating While Self-Quarantining

Life Coach is an advice column on how to be an even better version of yourself in every capacity. This week’s special guest is Angela Yee, the celebrated radio personality who hosts The Breakfast Club alongside Charlamagne tha God and DJ Envy. She also hosts Lip Service, a must-listen-to podcast about sex and relationships.

We caught up with her on Zoom to tap into her expertise on how to navigate dating during a period of social isolation. Find out how to update your dating profile, how to look good on camera, what the dos and don’ts of virtual dating are, and what an actual virtual date might look like.

Virtual connections are important because we can’t go anywhere. Social distancing is important, but we also want to make sure that we do stay connected. I think for people who are at home by themselves – I live by myself – so imagine if we were just totally disconnected from everybody. I think this is a way to keep our spirits up. It’s a great way to reconnect with people who we just haven’t had time to sit and talk to because we’re so busy in our everyday lives.

I would say that now is the perfect time, and you know what I think is amazing? I think it’s amazing to be able to get to know somebody without having to see them over the pressures of doing those things. If you FaceTime, if you Zoom, Skype, whatever it is that you’re doing, to be able to really see what people look like, and not have to get all dressed up and done up.

For my boyfriend, right now we’re just having great conversations. It’s a lot of us having four-hour conversations at times and, honestly, this never happens for us. A lot of us are really worried about things. People who are having a lot of anxiety, people are having issues with work. It’s all those things that, now, you have the time to really express.

I think definitely being honest. Don’t use old pictures. I know a lot of times we want to show those pictures of when we looked our best, when we were younger, but I think you definitely don’t want to surprise people and put up a picture from 15 years ago and you look different now than you did back then. I think the more descriptive that you can be, the better. People tend to trust you more if they can see more of a profile that’s actually like, “OK, I get it.”

Make sure there are no grammatical errors or spelling errors. That’s a pet peeve of mine. I was an English major, so maybe that’s part of it, but don’t use all these abbreviations and slang. Let people know that you know what you’re talking about, you’re serious about it, and let that reflect in your pictures too. I think it’s important to post a lot of solo shots. Not a lot of group shots, but pictures of just you, and to let people see you looking casual. Don’t be a mystery when you try to do dating online because I don’t trust that.

When you’re doing a video date, don’t overdo it as far as with make-up; we all know we’re stuck in the house. I think it is nice to make sure your hair is brushed and you look clean and good, because you’re trying to give off a good first impression. You want to make sure that your nails are clean, you don’t have food in between your teeth, all of those things are important. You want to look, at least, like you made some effort, but you don’t want to look like you overdid it and you’re trying to hide something at the same time.

I just think that people want to see you in your natural state, but also a little bit zhuzhed up. If you have some dark circles under your eyes, I would definitely throw on just a little bit of concealer, maybe a little lip gloss, but you don’t want to look like you’re at home in a full face of make-up, with long, dangly earrings. We know you’re not going anywhere, or you shouldn’t be.

I would be really conscious about showing any skin because you don’t want to later on say, “Oh, my God. I can’t believe I did that,” and now this video is out there, or you’re nervous about it because that person’s not who you thought they were. It’s fine to be a little sexy with a little wine and whatever, and have a virtual date, but don’t take your clothes off online because then that can get out of your control.

Make sure that you’re not only talking to one person the whole entire time. Make sure that you’re connecting with other people as well because I think we can just get into this rabbit hole right now, and you don’t want to do that.

And, listen, don’t get so hyped that you actually try to meet up with somebody in person right now. Please keep it on the phone, keep it on the computer, but do not – no matter what you do – you do not know this person like that. You’ve never met them in real life and you don’t know what kind of social distancing they’re really doing when they get off the phone or when they get off the computer. Don’t risk your own health just to go and meet somebody that you’ve been talking to online. If somebody’s really serious about you, and you guys connect and click during this time, this is a great story for later. You know? “We met during the pandemic, and we couldn’t even see each other in person for two months, but then when we did, it was amazing.” This is the perfect time for you to do something like that.

For women, I would say, right now you are empowered. You hold all the cards right now. As women, we know when somebody is full of it. We can tell. So now is the time to not take no ish from anybody, and to know what you want. I always tell women, “You can’t say, ‘Why haven’t I met anybody?’” Or, “why can’t I get somebody good?” if you’re not really making that effort.

So, just like it’s important for us to go out there and do work for our job, and just like it’s important for us to go out there and take care of our families or whatever it is we need to do, we have to take care of ourselves too. And taking care of ourselves, if we’re serious about trying to find somebody, sometimes that is work. Sometimes that work is you actually swiping through. Swipe through, see what looks good to you, go ahead and make contact.

The reason why people are online and people are on Bumble is because they’re so busy that sometimes it’s just not optimal for them to be able to meet in person, and that’s not a bad thing. That’s why you’re on there too, because you’re a busy, super-dope person. So you can find another super-dope person if you just look.

I think you got to keep it real. If you’re looking for a relationship, then look for a relationship. If you’re just looking for somebody to play with, don’t lead women on because it’s a cruel thing to do. And some women also aren’t looking for relationships. I think sometimes guys, in their head, think every woman is looking for a husband, and that’s not necessarily true. So, just be a good person. That’s advice I can give you. Just be a good, genuine person. If what you’re looking for is a life partner, then put that out there, but if what you’re looking for is a hookup, then be honest about that. Don’t tell a woman what you think she wants to hear in order for you to get what you want to get.

I’m a fan of, for real, setting up dates with people, and we could make ourselves something to eat, have a little drink, watch a TV show together. I think things like that are so cute. Like, “Well, we can’t be together in person, let’s sit here and act like we are together and watch a show together. Maybe one night you pick something, one night I pick something,” but date.

You can still have dates. You can still set a time that you’re going to do this. You can say, “OK, it’s Friday night, let’s have a 9:00 p.m. date. We’re going to watch this show, let’s get ready. I’m going to have red wine, so you have whatever it is that you’re drinking,” and have a real date. Just sit there with each other. I think that’s cute.

Now’s the time to be creative. If I could say to women, if you can find a guy who’s creative, and, women, if you can be creative, this is definitely a time when people are really showing who they truly are.

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Here’s What We’re Shopping in the Urban Outffiters 30% Extra Sale

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Whether it’s at-home comfort clothing, running gear, or something to look reasonably presentable on that Zoom call on your shopping list, it always helps when you can stock up for less. Which is why we’re continuing our plight to bring you the latest and greatest deals from across the web. Urban Outfitters just announced an extra 30 percent discount on top of its sale, meaning there are some bargains to be shopped.

From home upgrade items to streetwear accessories and clothing from a long list of brands, including Patagonia, Nike, and Stan Ray, the savings are applied to a huge range of products. We’ve included some of the highlights that caught our eye below but click through to shop for yourself.

The details

What: An extra 30% off sale styles
When: From now until Monday, April 20
Code: No code needed, just click through and shop
More info: Discount taken at checkout. Offer valid on red-line merchandise only








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Mario Guzman of Sherbinskis Reacts to Weed Being an Essential Business

Mario Guzman, the mastermind behind the cannabis brand SHERBINSKIS, calls in for this week’s episode of ‘The Dropcast’ to speak with hosts Jian DeLeon and Noah Thomas about his business from its roots up to the present day and being dubbed “the Supreme of Marijuana.” As people are gearing up for that time of the year, Mario also shares smart ways to go about selecting your options.

The quick hits begin by revisiting an event from earlier in the week as the cast pay their respects to Chynna Rogers, an up-and-coming rapper who passed away at the young age of 25. Then, things go even further back to last season when BEAMS came out with Crocs that were meant to be a part of a capsule collection with Highsnobiety. The Japanese label is back with new military-inspired sandals that the cast is all for (3:56). Another possible return is the Nike SB Dunk Low “Buck” from 2003 which could be returning later this year (5:20). The sneaker’s University of Oregon colorway happens to be the same green and gold that reps Jian’s alma mater, making it an automatic cop.

Contemporary artist Daniel Arsham recently announced his newest project, a Uniqlo capsule in collaboration with Pokémon (6:48). As the first visual artist to be granted access to Pokémon’s archive, Arsham’s work is proving that the animated franchise continues to thrive. However, the current times are rough for young fashion designers, and LVMH recognizes that. Mario, Jian, and Noah support the group’s decision to cancel this year’s LVMH prize in order to set up a fund that supports previous winners (9:17).

NBA has put a contingency plan in place which includes individual and team training for players before the season resumes (11:02). The cast comes up with novel but not impossible ideas for alternative strategies as they suggest players to battle it out, gladiator style. The fashion industry is also fighting tooth and nail to stay on top during the Covid-19 pandemic, with a new study positing that consumers will start to reach for heritage rather than hype products (15:28).

Mario speaks on running his business successfully during the current crisis as well as the necessary traits for a lasting business (17:20). As Mario shares, SHERBINSKIS is the new kid on the block, but his philosophy represents the future for many new brands. He takes it back to the beginning when he was growing out of his garage in the early 2000s while being involved in the legalization movement, and the compassion shown towards veterans, disabled individuals, and the sick during that time in San Francisco (21:18). To put things into perspective, Mario reflects on progressing from worrying about getting shut down on a daily basis into being classified as an essential business.

This episode’s Question of the Week (QOTW) asked Dropcast listeners to dig through their memories to the first time they smoked weed (28:07). Callers share the good and the bad, and Mario joins in with anecdotes of his first joint at the age of 11. In “What’d You Cop?” Mario treated himself to a Mercedes-Benz S-Class 560 but also did his share of giving through donations (35:38).

This weekend, catch up on new episodes of ‘Vibe Check,’ Highsnobiety’s latest podcast which recently featured A$AP Ferg dropping his quarantine playlist and workout routine, and make sure to tune in to new episodes released every Tuesday and Thursday. Keep your eyes peeled for the next Dropcast QOTW which will be posted on Highsnobiety’s Instagram, and make sure to leave a voicemail on the hotline at 833-HIGHSNOB (833-444-4766) for a chance to be featured in a future episode.

Relevant Links

BEAMS x Crocs SS20 Adds Military Flavor to Your WFH Footwear

The Nike SB Dunk Low “Buck” Could Be Returning Later This Year

First Look at Daniel Arsham’s Uniqlo Pokémon Capsule

The 2020 LVMH Prize Has Been Cancelled

The NBA Has a “Back to Basketball” Contingency Plan

Covid-19 Has Decimated the Fashion Industry & Could Spell the End for Hype Product


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