Alexander Wang Objects Collection No. 6

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The sixth installment in Alexander Wang‘s ongoing side project, centered on the designer’s mute take on everyday objects has been released. The latest collection stay true in showcasing Wang’s black interpretation of an assortment of items, this time featuring a set of whiskey stones and accompanying glass set, door knobs, a neck pillow, studded coaster set, rabbit keychain, earbud holders, ashtray, lighter case, and a sunglasses holder.

The items are all available now to purchase on the brand’s webstore.

 

Image of Alexander Wang Objects Collection No. 6

Image of Alexander Wang Objects Collection No. 6

Image of Alexander Wang Objects Collection No. 6

 Image of Alexander Wang Objects Collection No. 6

Image of Alexander Wang Objects Collection No. 6

Image of Alexander Wang Objects Collection No. 6

Image of Alexander Wang Objects Collection No. 6

Domino’s India has a Pizza Slice Sandwich

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FoodBeast:

 

Domino’s India is moving into the sandwich aspect of fast food with a new item that combines both pizza and patties. They’re calling them Subwiches as they sandwich together a protein patty between two slices of pizza dough. Sources say a drunk guy did not come up with this idea.

The Subwiches are sandwiches made with raw pizza dough thrown into an oven to cook. Because pizza triangles are roughly the same size as a regular slice of pizza, the Subwich resembles a sandwich made with two slices of pizza slammed together.

Domino’s is offering both chicken and vegetarian options. Patrons can order a breaded, chili jalapeño, three-bean patty (what a mouthful) or an herbed chicken patty. The Subwich comes with a spicy, creamy, pepper relish and a tri-colored blend of sliced bell peppers.

An individual Subwich is available for 105 rupees ($1.72 US). They’ll be available for purchase at all participating Domino’s India locations.

 

DISCOVERED (Japan) 2015 Spring/Summer Collection

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Japanese menswear brand DISCOVERED‘s latest collection features a combination of bold prints and more subtle, traditional pieces. The military-inspired collection includes combat jackets, army cargos and shorts, alongside other loose-fitting pieces made up of technical fabrics. Furthermore, the mix of vivid colors like orange and more earthy colors like khaki, mustard and brown give the collection a unique outdoor feel.

Have another look at the DISCOVERED 2015 spring/summer collection and stay tuned for more from the Tokyo-based label.

 

Image of DISCOVERED 2015 Spring/Summer Collection

Image of DISCOVERED 2015 Spring/Summer Collection

Image of DISCOVERED 2015 Spring/Summer Collection

Image of DISCOVERED 2015 Spring/Summer Collection

Image of DISCOVERED 2015 Spring/Summer Collection

Image of DISCOVERED 2015 Spring/Summer Collection

Image of DISCOVERED 2015 Spring/Summer Collection

Image of DISCOVERED 2015 Spring/Summer Collection

Image of DISCOVERED 2015 Spring/Summer Collection

Image of DISCOVERED 2015 Spring/Summer Collection

Image of DISCOVERED 2015 Spring/Summer Collection

Image of DISCOVERED 2015 Spring/Summer Collection

Image of DISCOVERED 2015 Spring/Summer Collection

Image of DISCOVERED 2015 Spring/Summer Collection

Image of DISCOVERED 2015 Spring/Summer Collection

Image of DISCOVERED 2015 Spring/Summer Collection

Image of DISCOVERED 2015 Spring/Summer Collection

Image of DISCOVERED 2015 Spring/Summer Collection

Image of DISCOVERED 2015 Spring/Summer Collection

Image of DISCOVERED 2015 Spring/Summer Collection

OK GO “I Won’t Let You Down” music video (directed by Kazuaki Seki)

 

OK GO is back with another interesting conceptual video for their latest tune, “I Won’t Let You Down.”

The visual, which was directed by Kazuaki Seki and lead singer Damian Kulash Jr. was actually shot in one take. As the band takes a stroll through Japan on Honda’s new Uni-Cub unicycles, they end up creating a very well choreographed music video — equipped with dancing schoolgirls.Honda also created a custom multi-copter camera to capture the astonishing aerial views.

Check out the video above.

Rakuten, Japan’s version of Amazon, launches U.S. site

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Being the largest e-commerce site in its homeland, Rakuten is often referred to as the Amazon of Japan. Earning an impressive $4.9 billion in revenue last year, the company is the world’s third-largest online marketplace behind Amazon and eBay. Offering a large selection of globally known products and the country’s most comprehensive selection of styles and in-demand brands makes this a growing attraction for the young demographic.

Taking it up another notch, Rakuten launched a fashion-focused website in the United States this week. The U.S version differs slightly from the original site, with improved site design, enhanced search functions, and a new MVC platform to make real-time trend updates.To celebrate the new launch, Rakuten is offering week-long sales and promotions.

Be sure to check it out here.

COMMON SENSE (Japan) x A Bathing Ape 2014 Fall/Winter Teaser

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Yesterday, an image of an upcoming A Bathing Ape and COMMON SENSE (CMSS) collaboration surfaced online. The snapshot, which was shared by @lok666 on Instagram, captures a detailed co-branded collar of what appears to be a zip-up hoodie. It has been three years since both Japan-based brands first released their joint T-Shirt and CD box set collaboration.

As of yet, there is limited information surrounding this latest release other than the cryptic caption on the post, which reads “coming soon.” Stay tuned for more details as they emerge.

CLAE for LIFUL (Korea) 2014 Fall Collection

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Southern California footwear label CLAE has teamed up with korean imprint LIFUL to release a four-piece capsule collection. The offering is highlighted by the CLAE x LIFUL Arthur shoe, which features a premium, full-grain white leather upper sitting on top of a clear rubber EVA sole.

Other pieces include a melton wool coaches jacket, bucket hat with embroidery detailing and an oxford shirt with a symbolic insignia print of Korea and the US.

Have a look at the collection above and head over to the LIFUL webstore to purchase your favorite pieces.

 

Image of CLAE for LIFUL 2014 Fall Collection

Image of CLAE for LIFUL 2014 Fall Collection