Today we will see the release of the Undefeated Fall 2014 Delivery 2 Look book shot powerfully by Los Angeles based photographer Joyce Kim. Atypically, Kim shoots the line modeled primarily by women, undefeated combined with Kim’s expertise shines a new light on the general perspective of women’s fashion.
The look book from Undefeated perfectly demonstrates a very modern and forward thinking approach to 2014 and injects power into the female wardrobe on par with the versatility of Men’s street fashion. The brand highlights its athletic inspired apparel with a very stylistic edge, incorporating paisley prints and satin snapbacks giving street wear and undefeated as a brand both a modest and luxury feel.
Words: Abbie Perkins
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The flamboyant, exuberant, and somewhat unorthodox fashion designer Jeremy Scott has teamed up with Adidas once again to create the Fall/Winter 2014 edition of the acclaimed Adidas Originals x Jeremy Scott Collection.
The line, targeted at men and women, features leather, fishnet, hip-hop and classical vibes- coupled with staple Adidas elements. Not only are Jeremy’s idiosyncratic traits mirrored through his fashions, but are also displayed through the models Zoolander-esque poses. Similar to his previous Adidas Originals collections, the range is centered on aesthetics as opposed to its practicality. Nevertheless, the collection is definitely an eye-catcher, with the favoured Wings sneakers making a comeback.
The collection will be available in-stores and online on October 31.
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Black urban music is at an all time high in 2014 and this was most certainly showcased at an eventful MOBO awards last night. A few surprises were experienced with Stormzy picking up Best Grime Act, whilst only been going hard for less than a year now. Best Hip Hop act went to Krept and Konan; much deserved for producing the smash hit ‘Don’t Waste My Time’ and the release of their critically acclaimed ‘Young Kingz’ mixtape. An electric and flawless performance of the record was displayed and, of course, justified its authority in Hip Hop. Skepta and JME picked up the Best Video award for ‘That’s Not Me’. Skepta even proudly admitted during his acceptance speech that he only spent “80 English pounds” on the video and that he “didn’t even get a ticket to come here today…I had to find my way here.” Nonetheless, the abstract video is worthy of a MOBO which could be the first of many awards for Skepta in the directing field, having directed recent videos such as Wiley’s ‘On A Level’.
Words: Benji Reeves
Asics are utilising technology and comfort to produce some street ready silhouettes with their recent preview images of glow in the dark silhouettes and waterproof technologies, now they are reworking the 3M onto their Gel Lyte III silhouettes with the Asics Nyte-LYTE Pack available in two Winter ready colourways with reflective 3M detailing.
The Asics Nyte-LYTE Pack is available as an exclusive JD Sports release.