Supreme is honoring the film that gave the world a glimpse into real downtown skate culture in mid ’90s New York City. The year was 1994, Supreme just opened its doors and rising skaters like Harold Hunter, Peter Bici, Justin Pierce were on the come-up. Then, KIDS was released in the summer of ’95 and nothing was the same. The young cast that included a freash Rosario Dawson, Harold Hunter, Leo Fitzpatrick, Justin Pierce, ChloĆ« Sevigny and more became underground rock stars overnight. Larry Clark and Harmony Korrine’s brutally honest depiction of youth culture at the time became a parent’s worst nightmare. Its impact still resonates to this day.

Hamilton Harrison, who makes a brief cameo in the film, is working on a full length documentary about his deceased friends in the film. Though, he wasn’t a main character in KIDS, he was a real life friend of cast members Harold Hunter (RIP) and Justin Pierce.

BAM is also hosting a 20th anniversary screening of the film and Q&A session in June.

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Just months after being officially announced as the first-ever black spokesmodel, Rihanna stars in Christian Dior’s Secret Garden 2015 campaign. Shot by Steven Klein in Versailles, France, the final result is nothing but stunning, as RiRi is stunning as ever in some of Dior’s lush pieces in the dark garden-themed spread.

The pop superstar is seen posing along the private quarters in leather trench coat and bag, before moving indoors wearing a long sequin gown. In another shot the Bajan beauty clutches onto her handbag, wearing a veiled fascinator and plush cropped vest.

Check out photos from Rihanna’s first Dior ad, plus behind-the-scenes video below.

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This is huge for the ALIFE brand. In commemoration of their 15-year anniversary, the NYC lifestyle company has teamed up with BAPE for their first collaboration. Set to be released on May 16th, the capsule collection includes 2 t-shirts, hoodie and hat with original A Bathing Ape camo and ALIFE logo.

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If the White House Correspondents Dinner is Nerd Prom, then Anna Wintour’s annual Met Gala is…Fashion Halloween? Well, this year, since the Costume Institute exhibit is honoring Chinese art and how it has influenced fashion…I’m cringing in advance about all the possible ways that celebs might mishandle this theme. If someone wears a kimono I’ll go postal in the nearest Forever 21.


(Kim Kardashian and Kanye West loading into their car on their way to the Met. Don’t get stuck in that POTUS traffic…)

Well…Brace yourself for the red carpet highs and lows…after the jump:

(Hair. Laid.)

After first being spotted together earlier in April, Ciara and Russell Wilson made a very public debut on Tuesday night when Ciara accompanied her new Seattle Seahawks football playing beau to the White House State Dinner to honor Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (huh? Why was Wilson even invited to that? By the way, Abe is getting a lot of heat for censoring journalists back in Japan). The couple played coy by instagramming about White House china patterns (Seriously. Both Ciara and Russell)….but looked very handsome together in the photo opps.

Meanwhile…Ciara’s fans have been spamming her ex-fiance/babydaddy Future’s mentions with endless football emoji.
His response?….
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For the 420 crowd, Mighty Healthy and Redman recently came together for a weed themed capsule collection. Consisting of a handful of shirts and hats, Brick City’s own Reggie Noble put his stamp down on the set.

The Mighty Healthy x Redman collection is available now at MH’s online shop.

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“Every time I crash the Internet, it’s like this little drop of truth. Every time that I say something that’s extremely truthful out loud, it literally breaks the Internet. So what are we getting the rest of the time?

These are Kanye’s opening words in his Time 100 Most Influential people list. This year Yeezus is among the honored bunch — which also includes the likes of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Bradley Cooper, Misty Copeland, Jorge Ramos, his wife Kim and more.

“I don’t care about having a legacy, I don’t care about being remembered,” says Kanye about his purpose in life. Ironically, instead of the fame, Yeezy once again says he just wants to better the world through his art, fashion, ideas, products, etc.

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After a mysterious announcement late last week, Drake and October’s Very Own present their Spring 2015 collaborative collection with the Toronto Raptors and Mitchell & Ness. The line features various t-shirts, snapback hats, hoodies, crewneck sweaters, and possibly accessories (we spot a water bottle) all featuring various logos of the Raptors and October’s Very Own, predominantly in OVO’s trademark black-and-gold signature colourway.

Arriving right in time for the Toronto Raptors playoff run starting next month, the full collection will be available online at and in-store at the Air Canada Centre’s Real Sports in Toronto this Friday, March 27 at 10 a.m. EST.

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The October’s Very Own brand continues to put on for the country of Canada. The Toronto-based collective is set to debut a special collaboration with their hometown Toronto Raptors and famed nostalgia sports clothing company Mitchell & Ness.

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pharrell adidas supercolor

adidas Originals are looking to make the world a more colorful place with their upcoming Superstar release. A collaboration with Mr. “Happy” himself, Pharrell, the collection reimagines the classic shell-toe silhouette in 50 (yes, fifty) new shades from the color spectrum. After giving us a sneak peek of the collection last month, adidas build more excitement for the upcoming release with this 30-second commercial, which hears Skateboard P waxing poetic about the importance of originality.

The full Pharrell x adidas Superstar Supercolor collection arrives on March 27.

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