Offering a fresh take on the classic varsity jacket, Leeds-based MKI Black has released its fall/winter series of apparel. Offering up seven pieces in total, the Varsity Jacket Collection works with a muted color palette of blacks, greys, reds and navy blues, with contrasting panels at the sleeve and pocket detail further accented by its leather trim. Also part of the series is the raglan varsity jacket, available in burgundy and grey, which features zipper closures and zipper accents at the pocket, as well as ribbed details at the hem, collar and cuff. Check out the collection above and head to their web store for more. [See More]
After presenting the first official trailer for Need for Speed two months ago, we’re now able to present the second official trailer for the upcoming film. Directed by Scott Waugh, the film revolves around muscle car mechanic and street racer, Tobey (Aaron Paul), who gets out of prison and is determined to settle the score with the man responsible for his false conviction. Enjoy the trailer above and look for the film to hit theaters beginning March 14th. Enjoy.
If you're in the market for a fitness tracker, but aren't wild about the idea of a cheap-looking piece of plastic adorning your wrist at all times, you're in luck. The first in its limited edition series of metallic colorways, the Nike+ FuelBand SE Rose Gold ($170 USD), is made for those who are both style- and fitness-conscious. The clasp, bezel, and screws are made from 316 series stainless steel, hand polished, and finished in durable PVD coating. It has all the same features as the typical Nike+ FuelBand SE, without all the bright neon. If gold isn't quite your look, just wait, more finishes are set to be released in the coming months.
While Detroit recently found itself in national bankruptcy, one cannot deny the city’s great influence in music and the automotive world. Celebrating the Motor City’s rich heritage, Levi’s presents Boom Town: Detroit in the 60s, a documentary made by Aaron Rose. Iconic genres like Motown and garage rock first found their footing in Detroit during the ’60s, an evolutionary time when the auto industry was booming. Here, Rose and Levi’s delve into memorabilia, stringing together archival footage of club nights, live performances and factory visits, while exclusive voice-overs from the likes of Russ Gibb — the owner of garage club Grande Ballroom — and Motown musician Dennis Coffey share their fascinating stories on the legendary era. An insightful short worth your while, check out the video above and share your thoughts in our comment section. Enjoy.
A Closer Look at the McLaren 650S Anna Morgan
Aug 9, 2014 1:43 pm
Unveiled earlier this year at the Geneva Auto Show before being tuned for the racetrack, McLaren’s 650S is the latest addition to the British supercar manufacturer’s stable. CarsRidesRead More
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Yoshi Gonzalez
Aug 9, 2014 1:44 pm
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles shell-shocked its way to a terrific $65 million opening weekend. Brief digression: For a summer box office that’s allegedly in some kind of slump, this is the fourth week of terrific debuts for the would-be new release. MoviesReviewsRead More
Beyoncé “Pretty Hurts”
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The video follows Beyoncé who’s a fraught contestant at a beauty pageant, and traces the ensuing highs and lows.