Kicks The Movie – SGIFF
Director-Screenwriter Justin Tipping debuts resoundingly with the story of a young boy marginalised even within his black community. Things start looking dramatically better when he swaps his raggedy sneakers out for the freshest kicks around.
Billabong’s Revamped Flagship Store Brings #ABikiniKindaLife To The City
Be sure to pay the surfer’s shrine a visit at 313@Somerset.
Eyes On The Prize At #SoleSuperior2016
We could go on and on about the highlights, but none quite compare to the lucky draw that grows by epic measures each year. We’re talking > 70 prizes, collectively worth $20k.
Sole Superior, SG’s sneaker & streetwear event
We believe that good things are worth the wait; and for sneakerheads on the lookout for timeless kicks on our little red dot and beyond, the wait is over.
Get Snug – The Nike Air Huarache in Tech Fleece
In Fall ’15, Nike Sportswear debuts its revolutionary Tech Fleece in footwear. Which is your favourite?
Summerdaze returns for second instalment this weekend
Into its second year now, festival goers can expect a lineup of hip hop epics – American rapper Fat Joe, pioneers of the conscious rap game Arrested Development, and Detroit-based Slum Village to name a few.
Fred Perry x Marshall Amps to turn up this AW15
The Autumn Winter ’15 collection comprising of four knitted shirts and two footwear styles celebrates the spirit of the working class figureheads behind both brands, Frederick John Perry and Jim Marshall.
Converse Chuck Taylor II – You Can’t Please Everyone
For the purist, this may be a step too far out of the comfort (or should we say discomfort) zone. For the irreverent, spontaneous yet honouring of its heritage, this news might be too good to be true. And just perhaps, those are the free spirits which Converse had intended to reach.
LIMPEH – SKL0’s First Solo Exhibition
The LIMPEH series by SKL0 is a series of reflections that explores deeper into the current Singaporean sociopolitical climate as well as the sentiments expressed by its citizens.
Holy Ghost! to make a disco ruckus with Moonbeats & The Rabbit Hole
Leading us into the national public holiday this first week of August is disco duo Holy Ghost! from NYC.
Ya heard it, so brace yourself for nightlong boogie and boozing at newly-refurbished The Rabbit Hole.
Get Off The Rails this weekend
OFF THE RAILS brings the rail corridor back to life again with a mind-boggling array of psychedelic musicians, graffiti artists and grub-givers.
Vault speaks with Aaron Kai on tour with Official
Hawaiian post-pop artist Aaron Kai is quite a personality, and none of that is lost in translation when he picks up the paintbrush. For years now he’s been making waves all over the world, and quite literally.
The Inaugural U Symposium: Magazine Contemporary
Lovers and hoarders of independent publications would be delighted to know that Underscore, together with Hjgher, have put together a brilliant symposium unlike any other this weekend at The Projector along Beach Road.
Design Director Graeme McMillan on the Nike Breathe Collection
With intent to bring summer-focused performance benefits to sport classics, Nike has transformed the by now familiar Air Max Lunar1, Air Max 1 and Roshe sneakers into ultra-breathable, lightweight shoes.
Tap on your Sixth Sense with Miun and Leica
Ever so often, we refer to the Sixth Sense as the shudder-in-your-shoulder, petrifying extrasensory apparatus we know it as – but in conjunction with Leica, multimedia artist Miun begs to differ.
Not a trick fo sho – The Nike Air Max Halloween Pack
For the footwear-frenzied, Nike’s Halloween pack is definitely the treat of the year. It drops on 30 October, right in time for running away in or busting them ghouls.