Supreme x The North Face Drop Their 2015 Fall/Winter Lookbook, A Triple Black Yeezy Boost 750?, And More

Supreme x The North Face And More

Supreme Teams Up With The North Face For Their Exclusive Winter Collection


The highly anticipated collaboration between Supreme and The North Face is almost as important to streetwear lovers as water is to the human body and now, their needs have finally been met. The brands have released their 2015 fall/winter lookbook, which includes content from The North Face exclusively curated for Supreme. The collection consists of five cold weather-inspired pieces including the Nuptse Jacket, Mountain Pullover, Base Camp Crimp Backpack, Base Camp Travel Canister, and Winter Runners Gloves. The collection will be available in-store at the NY, LA and London locations, as well as online starting November 19, while Japan will see a November 21 release.

Given Supreme’s reputation, we’re guessing it won’t be easy to get your hands on any of the merch, but may the odds be ever in your favor. Check out the full collection, along with price points here.

Rumor Has It That A Triple Black Colorway Of The adidas Yeezy 750 Boost Is Coming


If there’s one thing that Kanye West knows how to do, it’s how to build hype around anything that he does. Ahead of the release of his upcoming Yeezy Boost 750 sneaker, there are new rumors circling that there will be a new colorway available of the highly anticipated shoe. Rumored to be released in a “Triple Black” scheme, the report surfaced Sunday night on the Instagram account yeezytalkworldwide. Though there hasn’t been any official remarks made from either Kanye or adidas as of yet, many have speculated an unveiling of the shoe to occur on Black Friday, with a release date of December 5 to be announced.

We’ll be sure to update you as soon as we know more. In the meantime, click here to see the upcoming colorway of the Yeezy Boost 750.

Thrasher Magazine and Challenger Team Up For An Exclusive Capsule Collection


Popular Japanese streetwear brand Challenger has teamed up with the one and only Thrasher Magazine for their punk-inspired capsule collection. The collaboration sees designer Taguchi Satoru’s punk roots and Thrasher’s skateboard culture intertwine seamlessly, with bright colors and bold graphics taking center stage of the collection. The rebellious capsule sees an assortment of work coats, hoodies, tees, and accessories – all imprinted with the collection’s official scorpion wrapped around a skeletal middle-finger design.

Check out the full collection and price points here.

Jesse Edwards Teams Up With ALIFE For Special-Edition Tee


ALIFE has been one busy bee in recent weeks. Following their latest collaboration with London-based brand Footpatrol, the streetwear collective continues their dominating season with their newest effort. Teaming up with fine-art oil painter and ceramic artist Jesse Edwards, the brand unveils a brand-new tee heavily influenced by the Impressionist era. The drop features an image of Dave Chapelle’s now iconic “Tyrone Biggums” character imprinted against a black tee.

Snag one here.

Photo Credit: Complex/Hypebeast/Instagram

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Danielle Howe is a New York City-based writer that is here for all things funny, uplifting, silly, and occasionally inappropriate. The quirky (and somewhat awkwardly extroverted) twenty-something graduate of Northeastern University is far from what you would expect — dabbling in all areas of urban, pop, and underground culture while finding a way to combine it all. Her interests include full time fangirling for Beyonce, Bruno Mars, and all of her awesome indie musician friends, making a mess of her social life, and finding awesome new places to brunch on weekends.