Reliving your childhood dreams of a treehouse getaway, this three-story Los Angeles home celebrates the complex ridgeline landscape it rests upon, blending beautifully into the trees that surround it. Built by Belzberg Architects, the centerpiece of this home is its sculptural-like helical staircase that greets you upon entering the secluded residence. As Archdaily describes it, "on the ground floor, it acts as a threshold into the open plan; on the floor above, it separates the master suite and children’s quarter, while providing a light well to the basement." Additional design elements include floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, canted limestone louvers, a dynamically-angular exterior, and more.
Helmed by director Farren Blackburn, SHUT IN is an upcoming horror movie that stars Naomi Watts as a widowed child psychologist who is terribly haunted by a young boy—played by Room star Jacob Tremblay—believed to be dead. Set against the rural backdrop of New England in the midst of a brutal winter storm, Watts must apparently find a way to save the boy before he perishes into the tempest.
Take a look at the official trailer for SHUT IN above--which co-stars Charlie Heaton of Stranger Things fame--and expect the movie to hit theaters this November 11.
Ouija: Origin of Evil will be arriving just in time for Halloween season. Serving as a prequel to 2014's film, you're welcomed to the world of a 1960s scam that has taken a turn for the worst. What once began as a way to provide customers with closure to the spirit world has opened the door for a true evil entity to cause havoc. As the family's youngest daughter is completely overrun by the spirit, it's up to her mother and older sister to go face to face with this evil, not with out constant thrill, suspense and horror in the process of course.
Ouija: Origin of Evil is expected to hit theaters on October 21. Check out its latest trailer above and previous spot here.
Although retired, Gisele Bundchen once again reigns number one on Forbes' annual list of the highest-paid models. The 35-year-old runway phenomenon has snagged the top spot since 2002 and vanquished her second place runner-up Adriana Lima by a whopping $20 million USD. Moreover, Kendall Jenner and Karlie Kloss tied for third place with their cool $10 million USD a piece. It was only a year ago when Jenner entered the coveted list with 16th place ranking, but a year later, the 20-year-old rose to one of the top spots on the list.
See the full rankings of this year's highest-paid models below (in USD):
• Gisele Bundchen: $30.5 million
• Adriana Lima: $10.5 million
• Kendall Jenner and Karlie Kloss: $10 million
• Gigi Hadid and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley: $9 million
• Cara Delevingne: $8.5 million
• Candice Swanepoel and Liu Wen: $7 million
• Miranda Kerr: $6 million
• Natalia Vodianova and Lara Stone: $5.5 million
• Doutzen Kroes, Kate Moss and Alessandra Ambrosio: $5 million
• Joan Smalls: $4.5 million
• Lily Aldridge, Barbara Palvin, Jasmine Tookes and Taylor Hill: $4 million
10.DEEP takes the desert route for this year's fall collection, dubbed "Outlands." Filled with desert-inspired motifs, the brand's latest offering consists of a strong earth-toned palette along with heavily washed and repaired garments and Navajo patterns. You'll also find graphics that reflect and dig into the curiosity of human nature, psychedelics, the spirit world and much more. Some standout pieces include its Sound & Fury Coaches' Trench, Badlands Denim Jacket, Technician's Aviator, Many Wars Trouser Pant and many other essential pieces.
Take a glance at the lookbook above and comment on which pieces are your favorite.
The godfather of streetwear may have over three decades of experience in everything from fashion and music to art and film, but, outside of his Rizzoli-published monograph, the beloved creative rarely opens up about his work. Thankfully, one of the man's longtime collaborators, Nike, recently got him to sit down for a brief two-and-a-half-minute video reflecting on his work.
Check it out above as Fujiwara sheds some light on his design philosophies and talks about how collaborative endeavors have changed since he got started some thirty years ago.
adidas is revisiting its navy Ultra Boost this summer, putting a spin on last year's version for a brand new 2016 release. This time around the kicks get the gradient treatment -- a look that we've seen applied to a number of other make-ups over the past few months -- and echo the women's "Deep Blue Sea" colorway that appeared back in May. Unlike that women's pair, however, these stick to darker blue hues throughout and see silver and gold Ultra Boost branding along the external heel counter.
Though sizes may be mostly sold out at Sneaker Politics, the latest colorway of the fan-favorite runner should be landing soon at additional adidas stockists worldwide.
American artist Kurt Perschke is well-versed when it comes to creating sculptures, videos and collages. However, Perschke is popularly known for his RedBall Project — an ongoing work that involves tucking a giant red orb into random places in a particular city. This time, the artist installed the 250-pound and 15-foot-high inflated piece into some of the more famous landmarks across Antwerp, Belgium. "Through the magnetic, playful, and charismatic nature of the redball, the work is able to access the imagination embedded in all of us," Perschke told designboom. "On the surface, the experience seems to be about the ball itself as an object, but the true power of the project is what it can create for those who experience it. it opens a doorway to imagine what if?"
The RedBall Project has been to over 25 cities across the globe. The installation will be in the Belgian city from August 19-28.
2016 marks the 20th anniversary for the Japanese streetwear giant WTAPS. The label's newest range for the colder months continues to harness a slew of military and sportswear pieces. Dubbed "EX.33," the collection features a bevy of rugged outerwear, raw denim jeans, casual trousers, relaxed-fit pants as well as headwear with matching gloves. Notable pieces include an orange hooded sweatshirt and a red camo flannel that protrude from the bunch due to their more striking color scheme.
Take a look at the photos above and find authorized stockists here.
Missed your chance at copping the "French Beige" adidas Originals NMD_R1 PK? Well you're in luck--Champs Sports is set to re-stock the highly popular "Vapour Grey" colorway exclusively to its in-store customers. The distinctive beige upper, subtle French branding and unique translucent rear heel support made this color combo a hit when it released alongside the Japan Boosts back in June. Having sold out in seconds, die hard adidas heads were disappointed but now have a second chance at redemption come September 2.
Check your local Champs Sports location for availability and "bonne chance" this second time around.
Tracksuit season is on the horizon and KITH is born ready. Geared for both men and kids, you can expect some dope family fits via KITH's upcoming Atlanta Tracksuit Capsule. Consisting of the Atlanta Windbreaker and Atlanta Windpant, an 80s vibe is presented throughout each piece's overall aesthetic. Textured nylon and breathable mesh lining make up the Windbreaker and Windpant's construction in addition to two-way zipper closures and a heightened collar for the jacket. The pants host their own zipper pockets as well as elasticated ankle cuffs.
KITH's Atlanta Tracksuit will be presented in colorway options of Red/White/Navy, Sand/Pink/White and Navy/Blue/Baby Blue. The lookbook above features members of Public School NY, Team Epiphany and adidas alongside their sons and will be available online in addition to KITH's Manhattan and Brooklyn locations on September 2.
The world needs saving and Bill Nye is just the man for the job.
Fresh off its announcement that Stranger Things is coming back for a second season, Netflix has let another cat out of the bag: it's teamed up with Bill Nye for an upcoming talk show. Dubbed Bill Nye Saves The World, the upcoming series will see the iconic Science Guy exploring science's impact on politics, pop culture and society as a whole and will feature a different topic for each episode as Nye looks to dispel myths and refute anti-scientific claims.
Saves The World will mark Nye's return to the small screen and the first time he's had his own show since Bill Nye The Science Guy concluded its five-season, 100-episode run in 1998. Said Nye of the upcoming show:
Since the start of the Science Guy show, I’ve been on a mission to change the world by getting people everywhere excited about the fundamental ideas in science. Today, I’m excited to be working with Netflix on a new show, where we’ll discuss the complex scientific issues facing us today, with episodes on vaccinations, genetically modified foods and climate change. With the right science and good writing, we’ll do our best to enlighten and entertain our audience. And, perhaps we’ll change the world a little.
Though an exact premiere date has yet to be announced, Bill Nye Saves The World is set to debut sometime in 2017.