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Bronson had arguably the freshest celebrity sneaker moments this year. Bronson was not only spotted in a pair of Concepts x New Balance "Kennedy" 999s but also a pair of Kith x Asics "Knicks" Gel Lyte IIIs from the extremely-awesome "East Coast Project." Now, Bronson said he'd only rock New Balances from now on, but we'll give him a pass on the Asics. We can only hope that his latest project with Harry Fraud, Saab Stories, is as great as his sneaker selections.
The classic black and white design of the Brooklyn Nets uniform has translated into banner sales for the team’s apparel and accessories, and the organization is taking advantage of the summer crowds at Coney Island by opening a Nets shop inside the landmark Brooklyn attraction. The Nets Shop by adidas, located on Stillwell Ave. between Surf Ave. and the Boardwalk, will have its grand opening on Thursday, May 23rd, at 10 a.m. Customers can expect to find tees, hats and player jerseys, as well as beach accessories ranging from flip flops to swimswear. Following its May 23rd launch, the Nets Shop by adidas will remain open through the month of October.
Does style really have a face? Is someone dressed well even if they're not the most attractive human being? These are existential questions that will drive you into a perpetual mindfuck, and possible get you to reevaluate your whole stance on fashion. But Stussy has an answer. The streetwear brand, in conjunction with Sneeze Magazine's Nic Fensom, has shot a brief editorial for its spring/summer 2013 collection that leaves its models faceless—skating and running through a city, and wearing the brand's latest gear. The clothes are the focus of the editorial, not how cool the guys look, and that's reason enough for you to want to wear them.
At the top of a skyscraper overlooking midtown Manhattan, the latest gear from Pharrell's Billionaire Boys Club, BBC Bee Line (designed in conjunction with Mark McNairy), and Ice Cream were rolled out for a private preview. Outer space florals, moonrock prints, insanely luxurious leather jackets, and other fall and winter pieces from the three collections somehow had us hoping for winter's quick return.
Mark McNairy was on hand—with a good glass of chilled rosé in tow—to walk us through the fall and winter Bee Line pieces. We can't reveal everything from the upcoming season, but expect tons of surprises and dope gear to come out of the BBC camp. In the meantime, take a look at these exclusive photos above to get a peep at the astronomically fly creations from the minds of Pharrell and McNairy. Summer hasn't even arrived yet and we're already looking forward to dropping temps.