Mary Katrantzou teams up with Adidas

Less than one month ago, we reported that Pharrell Williams had signed on with Adidas for a long-term design partnership.

He followed in the footsteps of Adidas collaborators Raf Simons, Yohji Yamamoto, Stella McCartney and Rick Owens. Now, the brand is turning its attention back to fashion, announcing a partnership with British designer Mary Katrantzou.  

 “I’m really excited to be working with Adidas on a line of apparel and footwear,” Katrantzou told Vogue UK. “I grew up, like so many other kids around the world, wearing Adidas sneakers and I’m really excited about bringing my vision to such a global brand.”

The Queen of kaleidoscopic prints is a departure from the aforementioned crop of designers, who are all known for their clean and minimal signatures. However, Katrantzou can bring something very unique to the world of athletics.

“The collaboration between Adidas and Mary Katrantzou merges the exceptional talent of one of the most interesting designers of today and a company that embraces many different cultures from sports, pop, music and fashion,” Dirk Schoenberger, global creative director of Adidas sport style, said. “I admire Mary’s extraordinary sense of printing techniques, colours and silhouette that will bring another amazing new aesthetic to the Adidas Originals women’s collection.”

The first range in the long-term collaboration will be released in November.

Source: JULIA FRANK and

Video: Street Angel – DAZED presents a film by Stella Scott

Street Angel follows an angel-card reader through London as she looks for connections and people who need guidance. The film blends the hyper-real with the familiar, offering us a new perspective on our everyday realities.

Production Company: UMI / Directed by Stella Scott / Produced by Jessie Ayles

Special thanks to:

Veema Anderson, Calvin, Michael Williams, MCO, St.Michael’s, Sacred Heart, Bronwen Parker-Rhodes, Mathieu Leborgne, Joseph O’Malley, Dan Canyon, Leo Marks & Millie Easton.

Find Stella Scott on:
Twitter @Stella_Scott

Kanye West Wears Fear of God LA Bomber Jacket and Saint Laurent Leopard Sneakers

Kanye West was spotted walking through the streets of Paris with Kim Kardashian. The American rapper was rocking a Fear of God LA Second Collection black bomber jacket and a pair of Saint Laurent Leopard Print Skate sneakers ($395). Kim was wearing a Balmain Fall/Winter 2012 dress and a pair of Tom Ford Boots. What do you think of this look?

Bossa Nova – Digital Printing With Brazilian Inspiration by Marcelo Marquini

Titled ”Bossa Nova”, here is the latest work of digital printing, signed by Brazilian artist Marcelo Marquini & Afinidade Estudio Criativo.

Marquini or M.M’s, born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, is also known for being the creator and founder of the website international trends Creative Boys Club / CBC.

The clothes used for this digital application, are part of the second collection by FEAR OF GOD

Vans BOWL-A-RAMA Bondi 2014 — The Highlight Reel

Celebrating the true skateboard culture, Vans recently celebrated the 10th anniversary of its BOWL-A-RAMA Bondi event. BOWL-A-RAMA was born on Bondi Beach in Sydney, Australia in 2005 and is the biggest professional concrete series in the world. This year’s event saw Pedro Barros winning the Pro division with Tony Hawk taking home the Masters title. In addition to Hawk, skateboarding legends Nicky Guerrero, Steve Caballero and Mike McGill were also competing.

Watch the video below:

Film/Edit: Mitch Ayers
Film: Andy Llyod
Film: Cam McDonald
Photo: Riely Walker

Art Now: Nadia Coolrista Fashion Photography

A new gem in Russian fashion illustration – Talented artist Nadia Coolrista working mainly with coloured pencils. Her vivid and nearly photo realistic fashion portraits fits editorials so well, that one no need photographer to frame an article. Click here to see more amazing works.

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