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What do Jeremy Scott’s adidas collaborated ‘Panda’ sneakers (for adults) have in common with the cast members of the Jersey Shore, vuvuzelas, MTV, and Justin Bieber? Even though people claim to universally despise them, they’re wildly popular and a huge success. […]

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Now that Hunter S. Thompson’s coolness has been firmly established, people no longer have to wallow through his books and read his stuff to show they’re fans. This limited edition art print – t-shirt box set designed by graphic designer Cloxboy will help get that message across just fine, and in a much more timely […]

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Wu-Tang will never stop, Wu-Tang will never stop…from making streetwear t-shirts. […]

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Graffiti opportunist and hype artist, KR, would like you to know that is crazily overpriced, $1000, limited edition fire extinguisher is now available in silver. |12oz| […]

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It’s refreshing to see at least one company mock Mickey Mouse and not collaborate with the famous rodent’s evil overlords like so many streetwear brands have done. The design—that Disney is sure to hate—was created by Another Enemy and can be found here. |Likecool| […]

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The men-hating, dick-loving women over at MOB released a new line of panties to remind the male race of their inferiority and universal ineptitude. […]

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Either streetwear brand Swagger wants you to look ridiculous this season or they’re conducting an evil experiment to see if it even matters how ugly their designs are: “Will the kids still buy our crap?” Sadly, you already know the answer to that question. |HighSnobiety| […]

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Former vandal, fashion person, and all around rabble-rouser, CLAW, has a spiffy new website design. The customized social networking icons and Bloomingdales rip is a nice touch. Go see. |ClawMoney| […]

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Designer and Original Fake founder, KAWS, has an obvious advantage over most streetwear brands out there, he can doctor up his photos. For the Fall/Winter lookbook, the artist drew his signature graphics all over the line, giving it some much needed pizzaz. […]

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Oh wow. It’s like Iceberg all over again, but with Muppets instead of Looney Tunes. If these $357 sweaters by designer Jean Charles de Castelbajac actually sell, someone should totally cut Supreme a check. |Hypebeast| […]

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