Cardi B Finally Shares a Coronavirus Speech That Makes Sense

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Cardi B is back with another coronavirus rant. This time, however, the rapper actually dropped some knowledge about the pandemic and called out celebrity privilege and the government’s inaction.

The “Press” rapper shared a video to her Instagram yesterday, addressing her fans in a surgical mask. Cardi preached about celebrities, president Trump and the current administration, whose flood of mixed messages on Covid-19 completely overlooks the dire reality for millions of Americans.

Cardi chastised celebrities who have the privilege to get tested despite not showing symptoms. “If a celebrity is saying, ‘Hey, listen I don’t have no symptoms, I’m feeling good, I feel healthy, I don’t feel like nothing, but I went and got tested and I’m positive for the coronavirus.’ That cause confusion.”

She continued, “And let me tell you something, the general public, people that work regular jobs, people that get regular paycheques, the middle class, the poor… they not getting treated like the high, the ones up here, celebrities and everything […] Not everyone has the luxury to go to a fucking bedroom and to a big ass house and just stay away from people.”

The rapper also criticized the U.S. government for how it’s handling the crisis, saying the government should pay all health care costs for Americans dealing with the coronavirus. “I feel like the government should take that shit … and not charge people for it, because at the end of the day this shit could’ve been prevented when they found out about this shit a couple of months ago.”

Watch Cardi’s full video below.

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By |marzo 25th, 2020|Art&Design, Beauty, city, Fashion, lifeStyle, Music, new media, TV|0 Comments

Supreme’s Tastiest SS20 Accessory Is Dropping Tomorrow

Supreme Oreo

It looks like Supreme‘s box logo Oreos are dropping very soon. The brand just took to Instagram to share details of tomorrow’s drop, using the cookies as the post image — modeled by food Instagrammer Bread Face, but she’s eating it, rather than her usual face-mash.

The box logo Oreo is one of the standout items from Supreme’s Spring/Summer 2020 collection. Retailing for $8, the cookies have already been listed on eBay for thousands of dollars.

You’ll have your chance at landing the Supreme Oreos when they release March 26 through Supreme’s web store. If you strike out, you can always learn how to make fake fuccboi feeds at home.

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Mizuno’s Sky Medal OG Is a God-Tier Dad Shoe & You Can Cop It Today

Brand: Mizuno

Model: Sky Medal OG

Key Features: The sneaker’s upper is primarily composed of mesh and synthetic leathers. A hologram effect on the unmistakable Mizuno Runbird logo catches the eye.

Release Date: September 8

Price: €150

Buy: Sneakersnstuff, afew

Editor’s Notes: Following the successful rebirth of its Wave Rider model, Japanese brand Mizuno is bringing back another ’90s favorite, the Sky Medal, in OG form.

The classic sneaker is extremely on-trend following the recent demand for dad-like footwear from decades past. It arrives in a crisp white colorway, which is contrasted by black accents and an opalescence Mizuno Runbird logo.

Look out for the Sky Medal OG dropping today via the links above.

When you’re finished here, revisit Highsnobiety‘s collaborative Wave Rider effort from earlier in the year.

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By |septiembre 8th, 2018|Art&Design, Beauty, city, Fashion, lifeStyle, Music, new media, TV|0 Comments

Gucci Links Up With the NY Yankees for Limited Edition Capsule

Gucci‘s FW18 collection is one for the books. After collaborating with Dapper Dan and dropping a luxe hiking shoe, the Italian fashion house has now joined forces with MLB titans the New York Yankees for a limited edition capsule collection.

The Gucci x Yankees capsule includes accessories such as embroidered baseball caps (of course), as well as fall-ready apparel including a coat, knit cardigan, pants, scarf, and slippers — all sporting the iconic Yankees and Gucci logos.

Here at Highsnobiety HQ, we particularly love the Yankees logo patch houndstooth coat, wool knit cardigan, acetate track pants, wool scarf, and leather slippers. What’s more, all of our favorite pieces are still available to buy right now at Farfetch.

Take a closer look at our favorite pieces below and click away if you like anything you see.

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By |septiembre 8th, 2018|Art&Design, Beauty, city, Fashion, lifeStyle, Music, new media, TV|0 Comments

Cop Novak Djokovic’s ’90s Rave-Style US Open Shirt Right Now

Novak Djokovic has had a relatively comfortable time of it so far at this year’s US Open, dropping just two sets on his run to tomorrow’s final with Juan Martin Del Potro. But while the Serbian’s game has been on point, his style is looking even better thanks to an eye-catching set of polo shirts from French label Lacoste.

If any brand knows a thing or two about the humble polo, it’s Lacoste. This, after all, is the company that gave us the garment in the first place — and inadvertently helped birth preppy and country club style in the process. In the 1920s, tennis star and brand founder René Lacoste became annoyed at the starchy, cumbersome tennis whites of the era, so set about updating them with lighter materials and a less restrictive cut.

By 1933, he was selling his crocodile-emblazoned shirts in Europe and North America, where they caused a storm, becoming the standard not only on tennis courts, but later on the golf links, too. Lacoste was hailed as a visionary.

Eighty-five years later and the Lacoste name is still going strong. After tempting 13-time Grand Slam winner Djokovic from Uniqlo last May, the former world number one rocked the croc on his way to a fourth Wimbledon title in July. But while SW19’s strict all-white dress code doesn’t allow brands much room for maneuver when it comes to design, the US Open is a more lax affair where sportswear’s big guns can deck out their players in all kinds of audacious attire as they bid to out-dazzle each other under the famous Flushing Meadows lights.

Plenty miss the mark, but Djokovic’s new kit is perfect. Its ravey, maximalist aesthetic is straight from the playbook of Andre Agassi’s loud ’90s Nike Challenger Court line. Nole — as Serbians affectionately call him — has always been a stickler for technical details, so you can rest assured the fabric is sweat-wicking and quick drying. For extra ventilation, a mesh panel is included on the back, making it an ideal, breathable option not only on the tennis court, but for daily wear during those sticky summer months.

Just don’t rock it at the country club.

Cop the Djoker’s new shirts above and then peep our recent piece on men’s tennis’ most stylish rivalries.

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By |septiembre 8th, 2018|Art&Design, Beauty, city, Fashion, lifeStyle, Music, new media, TV|0 Comments

FACT. Pays Homage to Acid House and Joy Division in Fall Collection

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Brand: FACT.

Season: FW18

Key Pieces: The torn smiley face-detailed parka and crewnecks are tough, along with the slew of graphic printed tees.

Editor’s Notes: Following its ’80s underground subculture-inspired SS18 collection, art-inspired skateboard label FACT. is back with its FW18 collection.

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For this season, the brand again looks to ’80s subcultures, this time focusing on acid house and Manchester, UK band Joy Division’s anthem “Transmission,” with singer Ian Curtis’ “Dance dance dance to the radio” refrain flipped into a tribute to the Roland TB-303, a key instrument of the acid house movement.

The line encompasses tees, sweaters, hoodies, jackets, and more. Motifs and graphics include a torn-up version of the iconic, acid house-synonymous smiley face, as well as images of records, color bar strips, a tribute to New York’s Danceteria, and slogans such as “MUSIC IS A WEAPON,” “NO RACISM,” and “HARDCORE HAPPINESS.”

Prices start at $36. If you like what you see, head over to FACT.’s online store via the button below.

Up next, learn about the origins of the smiley face and how it became a counter-cultural symbol.

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By |septiembre 8th, 2018|Art&Design, Beauty, city, Fashion, lifeStyle, Music, new media, TV|0 Comments

‘Young Blood 2: The Formula is F*cked’ Explores the Anxieties of the British Youth

London-based agency Amplify has shared the sequel to its 2016 docuseries Young Blood. The latest short, Young Blood 2: The Formula is Fucked, follows the lives of British youth as they battle with personal and societal pressures on their journey into adulthood.

Over 2,000 Brits between the ages of 18 to 30 were picked for the study, with questions relating to their understanding of  the ‘formula for life and success.’ In the face of Brexit, #metoo, and the Cambridge Analytica scandal, the film asks young people how their ambitions have shifted and what pressures they face in the digitally conscious age.

In the video, three young people retell their personal experiences with gender, race, health, and wellbeing.

Watch Young Blood 2: The Formula is Fucked in the gallery above.

When you’re done, watch Colin Kaepernick speak out in Nike’s “Dream Crazy” ad. 

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By |septiembre 8th, 2018|Art&Design, Beauty, city, Fashion, lifeStyle, Music, new media, TV|0 Comments

Pharrell’s Latest adidas Originals Silhouette Is Dropping Today

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Brand: adidas Originals by Pharrell Williams

Model: Solar Hu Glide

Key Features: A full-length Boost midsole provides the foundation for a colorful Primeknit upper. Hu branding is seen on the toe box, while a triangle logo is featured on the lateral side.

Release Date: September 8

Price: €150 (approximately $175)

Buy: Select retailers such as Sneakersnstuff and Overkill

Editor’s Notes: Pharrell’s third signature adidas Originals silhouette has long been rumored and is now available to cop.

Although adidas has not announced an official release date, select retailers such as Sneakersnstuff and Overkill have listed the sneakers on their respective release calendars.

Sneakersnstuff will be releasing the sneakers at 11:00 am CEST at its Paris store, with the remaining pairs going online at 1 p.m. CEST. Berlin-based Overkill will have the sneakers online at 11:00 a.m. CEST.

Check out each of the three colorways above and let us know which is your favorite in the comments.

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Ralph Lauren Celebrates 50 Years of Designing Our Dreams

“I don’t design clothes; I design dreams.”

It’s one of the most memorable quotes attributed to designer Ralph Lauren, who for 50 years now, has defined not just the fabric of American fashion, but its very identity. The Bronx native started his line with a simple idea—wide ties—and from there crafted clothes for a universe inhabited by his own aspirations. He faked it ’til he made it, and became an inspiration for stylish people and designers all over the globe along the way.

This season’s fashion show celebrated 50 years of the designer’s namesake label, taking over Central Park just a few blocks away from the legendary Gertrude Rhinelander Waldo House, the French mansion-turned innovative concept store that didn’t just sell clothes, but provided a context that made them feel lived-in and luxurious, as if you were purchasing readymade heirlooms for a casual weekend at the country club or a high-end suit for a gala you one day wished to be invited to.

The event began with a cocktail hour across from the show’s venue, replete with giant vertical screens playing runway footage from over the years. There, it became evident that Ralph Lauren’s legacy isn’t just in the collections, but the careers of models like Tyra Banks and Tyson Beckford, and a myriad of other notable fashion figures who’ve graduated from the school of Ralph.

Soon guests were escorted to a grand staircase, revealing the posh venue underneath. Plush carpet, velvet seats, and time-worn frescos provided the ideal setting for such a momentous occasion. Attendees were encouraged to adhere to the event’s black tie dress code, and many came out dressed to the elevens.

In addition to the usual New York Fashion Week fixtures of editors, Instagram street style stars, and industry insiders, Ralph Lauren brought out an eclectic crowd of A-listers. American designers like Tommy Hilfiger, Alexander Wang, Calvin Klein, and Donna Karan showed up to pay respects to Lauren, as did media superstars like Anderson Cooper, Martha Stewart, and Oprah Winfrey, who later dedicated a toast to Ralph Lauren at the dinner immediately following the show.

“We are here to celebrate you, Ralph Lauren. And 50 years of designing our dreams,” she said. Also in attendance were Chance the Rapper and Kanye West, two longtime fans of Ralph Lauren whose presence symbolized the gravitas of the moment. West showed up clad in a black Ralph Lauren tuxedo and a white T-shirt underneath, over which he threw an orange Prada Linea Rossa parka when the evening chill turned up.

The show reflected the cumulative nature of the evening. It showed several Ralph Lauren collections mixed and matched with each other, melding the Wild West tones of lines like RL Country with the throwback sportswear vibes of retro reissues like the Polo Hi Tech and Stadium collections. The past informed the present as well, as many of the mainline Polo Ralph Lauren offerings brought back the rebel prep attitude that has since seeped back into mainstream style. New outerwear, sportswear, and accessories channeled the covetable ‘Lo head pieces of the past, like a reimagined Stadium pullover turned into a padded puffer anorak.

Set to a soundtrack that reinforced Ralph Lauren’s roots, the show kicked off with a remix of Paul Simon’s “New York Is My Home,” and featured other tunes like Neil Diamond’s “America” and Bob Dylan’s “She Belongs to Me.” Most surprisingly, one musical transition was preceded by the hook of “Ralph Lauren,” an otherwise obscure mixtape track by rappers G.I. Flow and King.

It signified that the brand was finally paying attention to the audience that elevated it to an icon, and in turn made its designer a legend. This was Ralph Lauren reflecting on the world as it is now. The multi-cultural cast spoke to the brand’s legacy of diverse representation, and the fact that its rabid fanbase comprises all manner of ages and ethnicities.

A selection of looks featuring models-as-families gained applause, but definitely not as much as when the lauded designer approached the runway for the finale. He was greeted with a standing ovation and a legion of voracious fans and appreciators who stood up from their seats hoping to grab a social media pic, even getting in the way of the pit photographers simply trying to document the night.

As the last plates of the post-show dinner were served and guests began to exit the park, the celebratory spirit of the event and triumphant legacy of Ralph Lauren lingered in the air. So did another quote from Oprah Winfrey’s toast that summed up the enduring relevance of the brand and its founder.

“Your work inspires the story of our lives. The lives that we lived and the lives that we aspire to,” she said. “We are here because you have lasted.”

For more New York Fashion Week coverage, check out the latest collection from Seoul-based brand IISE.

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Nike Announces $9.8 Billion Q4 Revenue & $15 Billion Share Repurchase Program

Today Nike announced its fiscal 2018 fourth quarter and full year reports. Along with a planned $15 billion share repurchase program, the Swoosh made public a 13 percent fourth quarter revenue increase, which saw the sportswear giant ring in $9.8 billion.

The big increase in revenue was reportedly down to double-digit increases in NIKE Direct, international geographies, Sportswear, Global Football and growth in North America, a market they were previously falling behind competitors in.

Converse on the other hand, saw revenue fall 14 percent to $512 million.

Total revenue for Nike during fiscal 2018 increased 6 percent, totalling $36.4 billion

According to Nike, “strong revenue growth, gross margin expansion, a lower tax rate and a lower average share count” were behind diluted earnings per share for the fourth quarter rising 15 percent to $0.69.

“Our new innovation is winning with consumers, driving significant momentum in our international geographies and a return to growth in North America,” said Mark Parker. “Fueled by a complete digital transformation of our company end-to-end, this year set the foundation for Nike’s next wave of long-term, sustainable growth and profitability.”

The aforementioned share repurchase program will run over four years and start after the current $12 billion repurchase program is completed within fiscal 2019.

For further details, check out the full Nike report here.

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By |junio 29th, 2018|Art&Design, Beauty, city, Fashion, lifeStyle, Music, new media, TV|0 Comments