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Dover Street Market x Sun Buddies 2014 Spring/Summer Collection

 

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As a nod to Dover Street Market‘s trio of outposts across the globe, Sun Buddies has crafted a set of exclusive frames for the COMME des GARCONS-led establishment. Pairing Carl Zeiss Vision lenses with translucent 100% acetate frames, the range includes three different styles – the blue Type 01 frame for DSM London, the red Type 02 frame for DSM Ginza, and the Type 03 in green for New York City.
Retailing for $200 USD each, the Dover Street Market x Sun Buddies frames are now available online in limited quantities.
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From McChicken to McSpicy: McDonalds Singapore offers sizzling chicken sandwiches

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McDonald’s Singapore is launching their Spicy Challenge once again with the introduction of three brand new sandwiches to the fiery lineup. The new menu items range in levels of heat from Sizzling Citrus, which is essentially a McChicken topped with a green chili lime sauce, to Level 4 which is so hot that it hasn’t even been announced yet.

Level 2, the McSpicy, features a fried chicken thigh filet breaded with a “unique blend of sizzling spices” while Level 3 aka the Flaming Green Curry boasts a curry made of lemongrass and coconut slathered on a green curry chicken patty. Not gonna lie, that sounds all kinds of curry-licious. Especially if we can get some of that sauce on the side for our fries.

The mystery Level 4 burger is depicted as a sandwich covered in flames and comes with a caution attached to it. Though McDonalds is baiting customers by challenging their spicy integrity we seriously doubt the burger will be too hot for the average spice lover to handle.


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adidas Originals by BEDWIN & THE HEARTBREAKERS (Japan) 2014 Spring/Summer Stan Smith

 

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BEDWIN & THE HEARTBREAKERS continues its partnership with adidas Originals by releasing an artsy iteration of the timeless Stan Smith sneaker. The Japanese label has taken cues from its 2014 Spring/Summer Collection by applying a multicoloured paint splatter effect to the clean white canvas of the classic upper. Standout details include the red heel tab with three stripe branding and special text branding at the heel counter and tongue.This decorative upper is juxtaposed with a clean white rubber outsole.
The adidas Originals by BEDWIN 2014 Spring/Summer Stan Smith is available now at select stockists including Invincible for $4,290 TWD (approximately $140 USD).
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Taiwan’s sex-themed restaurant lets you dine with blow-up dolls and eat “penis ice cream”

Welcome to Funny Sex — a sex-themed restaurant in Kaoshiung, Taiwan. Soap dispensaries in the shape of succulent breasts hang on the restroom walls and statues in various sex positions sit sporadically through the restaurant. Take photos with a large wooden penis, while sporting aprons with nude screen-printed bodies as memorabilia.

The sex paraphernalia isn’t exclusive to the decor. Soup is served in boob-shaped bowls, while other meals are plated in the shape of a penis. Fondle with the sex dolls through the main course, and make use of the leather handcuffs with your respective companion. Even enjoy ice cream cojones for dessert.

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Skateboarding: 8FIVE2SHOP and Brian Siswojo celebrates its 15th anniversary in Hong Kong

Celebrating the 15th anniversary of 8FIVE2, the Hong Kong skate label has released a short clip featuring founder Brian Siswojo.

Pushing skateboarding culture in the city since the ’90s, Brian speaks on the roots of 8FIVE2, its expansion to an outpost in Kowloon, alongside teaming up with Vans on the Vans SK85IVE2 skatepark to provide opportunities for local skaters and build further awareness on the sport. We also learn about Brian’s in-house label Know1edge and get an introduction to the 8FIVE2′s skate team, which recently recruited none other than Stefan Janoski to its line-up.

Clocking at just over five minutes, the Jordan Mayfield-direct short offers a closer look at the 8FIVE2SHOP retail locations, the latest Know1edge apparel and footage of the bustling city.

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BAIT x ASICS Gel Lyte III “Basics Model-003 Nippon Blues”

 

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After getting an early preview, we’ve now got a full look at the latest installment of BAIT and ASICS Basics Model” program. Moving away from the military inspirations of the two prior shoes, the design of the Gel Lyte III “Basics Model-003 Nippon Blues” draws inspiration from Japanese tradition and culture.
The upper features Japanese indigo Kasuri textile paired with rugged, navy nailhead suede, and red accents and laces. In a subtle nod to ASICS’ place in footwear culture to the West, the footbed has been finished with classic hickory denim.
If you haven’t done so yet, head to BAIT now to register for your chance to purchase these and the first two models. For those of you looking to score all three, there is a limited run of three-packs available too.
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A look inside the “Street Art Seoul” book

 

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Author Kwon Jin Kim has published “Street Art Seoul,” the first to ever compile works of Korean street art in book form. After traveling around the capital city from 2008 to 2013, Kim gives us almost 250 pages of images and descriptions of graffiti and their history, evolution, and characteristics per neighborhood.
 
The book features 200 of Seoul’s best works.
 
 
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