This fall, we’re mighty glad to be greeted with an update of the Nike Tech Fleece Collection. The world was first introduced this curious lightweight and breathable fabrication in 2013 – and because it has been engineered to keep the contemporary athlete warm, it’s most unlike how typical fleece feels to the touch.
This Saturday, we groove with hip hop heavyweights Mos Def, DJ Shortkut and DJ Neil Armstrong – as well as the local likes of MASIA ONE, N’fa Jones, XG, Full Swing Collective and Matteblacc.
A cake-eating contest? Vinyl swap? Bike Criterium? Surfboard auction?! Yep, all this action is taking place on the sunny island we celebrate. This National Day, we unite – Kendema lovers, surf and bike enthusiasts, art aficionados and folks who just wanna have a good time.
The Design Society launched the eighth issue of its bi-annual publication on 4th July. Themed ‘ANEW’ this time round, it’s a slow read for today’s urban community and design enthusiasts.
We’re already dreaming up endless wardrobe possibilities which this versatile camel colorway warrants, alongside plush comfort.
New Balance is back with a refreshing take on the 999 model. Available in soft pink and mint green, these versatile kicks resonate with the blooming of cherry blossoms in Korea and Japan. You can quite literally walk with a spring in your step with these sweet kicks, retailing at $169.
Let the football-frenzied unite in Nike Hypersense: The Art & Science of Modern Football, which marks Nike’s every step and innovation that has evolved the game over 20 years.
When we first saw this line of “Sin City” totes and tees which Kult came up with, we went a little berserk.
Available in a range of six different silkscreen print designs, each piece is a mash-up of familiar local street names with cult film classics like The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Big Trouble in Little China, putting a local, humorous spin to them.
Tomorrow marks the first ever Graffight, a monthly battle between two Singapore-based graff writers as they give TheBlackBoxStudio a pretty darn fresh coat of paint.
On 26 March, we honor 27 years of greatness with this experiment turned icon.
When Elton John claims your record is the best he’d heard in the last ten years, you could either be: 1) Walking on a dream, or 2) Sydney synthpop duo Empire of the Sun.
Japanese live painting duo DOPPEL, Kohei Yamao (aka Bakibaki) and Koutaro Ooyama (aka Mon) who have created live paintings and murals in Japan, Taiwan, Canada, Philippines, Taiwan and Thailand are in Singapore this weekend to paint a mural in Kult Gallery! Here’s a glimpse of what they’ve been up to in Bangkok 2556.
If the elitist in you cannot agree with bboys and their headspins, freezes and air flares, you might want to rethink your stance when Germany’s most popular breakdance crew Flying Steps and opera director Christoph Hagel step onshore with their breathtaking performance, Red Bull Flying Bach.
Gou Miyagi pulls the freshest stunts and shows us how unconventional skateboarding is done. Like nothing we’d ever seen.
This Thursday, Kult unravels their last blast for the year – a group exhibition inspired by the Hong Kong film Chungking Express, featuring more than 25 underground artists worldwide coming together to pay homage to the memorable Wong Kar Wai classic.