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Opening Ceremony Nails Tron Legacy, Births Sneaker-Heel Hybrid

Styled by Jessica Lapidos

I want to surf on a stream of neon. I want to tear into a scuba suit, line it with blinding light, and sprint in 5 ½ inch heels. I want to see Tron so I can understand why they get to look like a streak of lightening morphed into a glistening rubber body. But more than I want to watch the movie, I want these shoes, BAD.

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Styled by Hillary Frazier

Debuting Tomorrow, Hong Kong brand SILLY THING teamed up with Daft Punk for their next Kubrik set.  You’ll be able to get it at Cool Cats (online), the THINK SILLY store in Hong Kong, and a few other online retailers that haven’t been announced yet (most likely Joyce Hong Kong, Dover Street Market, colette, Surrender, and Contemporary Fix). I think these Lego people looking Daft Punk collectibles are so cool! What do you guys think?

LINK LOVE: Hypebeast


Styled by Kirby Marzec

I’ve been ridiculously bored with spreads lately. As if we all haven’t seen the same models featured over and over again, photographers have certainly been lacking in the creativity department. The fashion gods must have heard my complaints, because I recently stumbled upon Reed + Rader, the collaborative photographer duo of Pamela Reed and Matther Rader. Reed + Rader incorporate futuristic graphic designs within their photography to give their work a video game/robotic/ space age vibe. Based in Brooklyn, Reed + Rader told New Wave that they’d love to work with Daft Punk, Rick Owens and Gareth Pugh…um, can you say potential for the most epic fashion spread on the planet? I really look forward to seeing this pair pump out some awesome spreads in the near future! 



Check our Reed + Rader here!

Hefner Approved T-Shirts. $39

Styled by Saynt

Playboy has just released this limited edition collection of tees designed by indie favorites like Daft Punk, Duran Duran, Hot Chip, and New Young Pony Club.

The shirts are worth their weight in cred points and are definitely worth checking out cause proceeds from the shirts benefit Rock the Vote.

You can shop the tees, which retail for $39 bucks at Collette and at

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