It’s Official, Harlem’s Dapper Dan And Gucci Are In Business

GQ reports that back in May, Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele found himself the subject of some snippy online chatter—and just as quickly turned a potential problem into a genuinely exciting solution.

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Harlem’s Dapper Dan Speaks At #BoFVOICES 2017

Twenty-five years ago, Harlem’s Daniel “Dapper Dan” Day’s coveted designs featuring the logos of major European brands landed him in hot water with the fashion houses for appropriating their work. Continue Reading →

Los Angeles: Only Roses US Launch From Beverly Hills To Harlem

The luxurious specialty rose gifting brand, OnlyRoses, will debut its first U.S. location and second non-franchise store in the heart of Beverly Hills, CA, at 9631 Brighton Way at the end of August 2017. Continue Reading →

15-Year-Old Rashed Belhasa The Dapper Dan Of Dubai

High Snobiety reports that Fifteen-year-old Instagrammer Rashed Belhasa (his family owns Belhasa Engineering & Contracting Company is one of the best Gourmet companies in world), or “Money Kicks,” just wrapped a Ferrari, presumably his, in a custom Supreme x Louis Vuitton print.

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Harlem’s Vlone Hits The Rue Cambon On Chanel’s Doorstep

This weekend on Rue Cambon there was a queue even bigger than the one outside Chanel. That probably hasn’t happened since Coco set up shop in 1910. Continue Reading →

Harlem A$AP Bari’s VLONE x Fragment Collab Drops Tonight In Harlem

High Snobiety reports that as streetwear legend Hiroshi Fujiwara said in our recent interview, “it will be the young kids these days that will dictate the future trends.” Continue Reading →

Balenciaga Did It, Gucci Looks To Harlem For Divine Design Inspiration

Cristobol Balenciaga came to Harlem for inspiration in the 1940’s, so it only makes sense that Gucci’s creative director Alessandro Michele would look for inspiration from Harlem too. Continue Reading →

Let’s Do It Again, And Again, And Again!

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The new couture fashion spread Now Trending in the August 2015 Fall Fashion issue of W Magazine is a deconstruction of Harlem iconic gear that set the standard in the 1970’s. Continue Reading →