What started out as a simple desire to raise awareness for prostate cancer has now become a global event taking place once a year in over 258 rides across 220 cities. The legendary Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride took place again this year on a beautiful Sunday on September 28th, with over 20,000 riders across the globe […]
The fourth year of A Design Film Festival wrapped up recently, to much success and a growing attendance that far surpassed previous years. With a solid selection of films to catch and its new central Shaw Lido venue, audiences were treated to two weekends of handpicked selections from all over the world—topics ranging from design, […]
For the footwear-frenzied, Nike’s Halloween pack is definitely the treat of the year. It drops on 30 October, right in time for running away in or busting them ghouls.
This fall, we’re mighty glad to be greeted with an update of the Nike Tech Fleece Collection. The world was first introduced this curious lightweight and breathable fabrication in 2013 – and because it has been engineered to keep the contemporary athlete warm, it’s most unlike how typical fleece feels to the touch.
Rollas is made up of an eclectic group of people who love to ride and roll. A lifestyle collective of individuals sharing the love of motorcycles conceived in 2010, the group was brought together by its two founders, Gary and Jerms. Lovers of alternative sub-culture—motorcycles, skateboarding, tattoos and the likes—the group recently went on a […]
This Saturday, we groove with hip hop heavyweights Mos Def, DJ Shortkut and DJ Neil Armstrong – as well as the local likes of MASIA ONE, N’fa Jones, XG, Full Swing Collective and Matteblacc.
Woodlands saw some of the best skateboarders in Singapore throw it down last Sunday in the heartlands at the Billabong Mini-Ramp Jam 2014. Here are some of the action shots that took place. For more photos, click here. Results : 1st : Farris Rahman, 41points 2nd : Wan Kecik, 32 points 3rd : Juraimi Jumali, […]
A cake-eating contest? Vinyl swap? Bike Criterium? Surfboard auction?! Yep, all this action is taking place on the sunny island we celebrate. This National Day, we unite – Kendema lovers, surf and bike enthusiasts, art aficionados and folks who just wanna have a good time.
The Design Society launched the eighth issue of its bi-annual publication on 4th July. Themed ‘ANEW’ this time round, it’s a slow read for today’s urban community and design enthusiasts.
We’re already dreaming up endless wardrobe possibilities which this versatile camel colorway warrants, alongside plush comfort.
If you had a dream that your Lomo went loco and started going all polaroid on you, you could be psychic. Or just too slow. The good people have released a kickstarter project to do just that, and as expected, they are currently US$542,170 AHEAD of their $100,000 goal, with 5,181 backers and 24 days to go before this project closes.
New Balance is back with a refreshing take on the 999 model. Available in soft pink and mint green, these versatile kicks resonate with the blooming of cherry blossoms in Korea and Japan. You can quite literally walk with a spring in your step with these sweet kicks, retailing at $169.
With this feature, v.a.u.l.t pays tribute to HR Giger. His work was a representation of how the human form melded with machines through a symbiotic yet cold and desolate interconnectedness. Giger termed this relationship as “Bio-Mechanical”.
Let the football-frenzied unite in Nike Hypersense: The Art & Science of Modern Football, which marks Nike’s every step and innovation that has evolved the game over 20 years.
The first thing that strikes you about the statuesque Annie Leibovitz, is not the heart-stopping reality of coming face-to-face with the living legend, but it’s her ethereal energy that makes one wonder if she is even of this earth. Such is her presence. Annie Leibovitz doesn’t walk in her black high-tops. She glides. And gliding across the ArtScience Museum at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore giving almost 100 journalists a secret glimpse into her exhibition, Annie Leibovitz: A Photographer’s Life, 1990–2005, was a marvelous encounter.
When we first saw this line of “Sin City” totes and tees which Kult came up with, we went a little berserk.
Available in a range of six different silkscreen print designs, each piece is a mash-up of familiar local street names with cult film classics like The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Big Trouble in Little China, putting a local, humorous spin to them.
Looking for a bag? Here’s a piece of advice we have for you. Seek out The Bag Creature.