Now that Summer is here, you can cruise around town, hit the beach, and Turn Up The Love with Far East Movement ft. Cover Drive hot off their new album Dirty Bass. Go behind the scenes with Skee.TV in Downtown LA!
You can peep the full video here but don’t forget to go on iTunes and cop Dirty Bass!
The Nike Air Safari (OG), which debuted in 1987, returns for its 25th anniversary in its unique and original form. This design which was released twenty-five years ago is back yet again. Its design was later changed in 2009 when it was retro’d and the stitching was changed from black to yellow. But it is now back in its original form.
Unlike the original Nike Air Safari, the Air Trainer 1′s, which came out the same year was not released with this design, and now will be seen following the Safari style with the familiar mix of tan, beige, black, and charcoal with the unique print upholstered on the upper. All in all a Nike Air Trainer down to its foot-strap.
The Nike Air Trainer started a revolution when it was released in ’87 and introduced cross-training. Although it is being released in a new fashion all sneaker enthusiasts would enjoy this timeless design.
The Nike Foamposite is definitely a part of the memories of all who grew up watching 90′s basketball stars: Michael Jordan, Charles Barkley, Patrick Ewing, and of course Anfernee Deon “Penny” Hardaway. Stunned and amazed by their performances on the court, people were also amazed by the fresh kicks they wore while playing. Some of the kicks that got the most attention were the Foamposites which were at the time, the most hated shoe, but is now one of the most sought after shoes to ever release. Little brother to the Foamposite Ones, the Foamposite Pros are certainly considered classics by any standard.
The highly anticipated Foamposite Pro “Gym Green” is going to release this Saturday, June 30th. The pictures of the shoe resemble the “Copper” colorway, but I assure you that they are much more than that. The shoe features the usual black nubuck and mesh accents along with an icy outsole; however, the detail that sets these foamposites apart from the rest is the irridescent upper, meaning that depending on the angle of light different colors can be seen (Gold, Copper, Red, and Green).
The Foamposite Pro “Gym Green” gets its’ name from the various hits of Gym green throughout the shoe such on the heel tab, tongue, and sole.
Growing up in LA, Chinatown was a place I could get 5 for $10 t-shirts, firecrackers, dim sum, and all the touristy things in the house that mom didn’t want. If you look across the street from the main Chinatown square you’ll see Chung King Road, a quiet, small, and desolate alley lined with old antique shops that sell jade and porcelain. Lately, it’s been getting a little buzz from the art galleries and boutiques popping up.
Exhale Unlimited is a social justice company aimed to providing services for non-profit organizations mainly through its art gallery. This Saturday there will be an event called The Outsiders featuring the work of artists with intellectual disabilities from The Lamp Community and EFC Art Centers. Profits will go directly to the artist and organization.
Meet Dr. Anson, Founder and CEO of Exhale Unlimited. He has traveled around the world volunteering work in disaster relief, setting up rural health clinics, and mentoring intellectually disabled individuals. He’s definitely not your typical doctor, bustling with artistic ideas!
10 Deep, brought to you by New Yorker Scott Sasso, has been a prominent brand in streetwear ever since its establishment in 1995. The brand stresses the power of individuality and the effects one person can have on the world. 10 Deep Summer collection features bold, all-over patterns printed on uniquely designed tops, bottoms, and headwear. Enjoy the stills and the video clip of the “Wild & Peaceful” set, then come visit us at the Attic for your 10 Deep fix.