RECAP: le coq sportif London Flagship Store Launch.
One of the most underrated sports lifestyle brands around, le coq sportif has been dropping some decent offerings for time. A serious market contender, if you didn’t before, now’s the time to get to know.
Marking the launch of their retail concept in London, the party was on a French-flex celebrating le coq sportif’s heritage-vibes. From DJ Manaré on the decks to the food and craft beer, the packed out store was bangin’.
The threads are worth their penny too, continuing to take inspiration from the brands cycling roots which date back 130 years, they’ve clearly evolved with with a wealth of fresh, contemporary styles based on traditional craftmanship. Notable props given to their range of sneakers that should be essential to any freakers collection.
Open to public now, you can find the store at the below address:
The latest video series by Los Angeles’ Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) has been created by writer/author of ‘Fucked Up + Photocopied’, Bryan Ray Turcotte (Kill Your Idols), and Bo Bushnell (The Western Empire), The Art of Punk traces the roots of the punk movement and the artists behind the iconic logos of punk bands such as: Black Flag (Raymond Pettibon), The Dead Kennedys (Winston Smith), and Crass (Dave King).
Taking a unique approach to exploring the rich history of the aforementioned legends, focusing on the imagery associated with each, the’ve sought the stories that defined them via artist profiles and intimate interviews with former band members, notable artists, and celebrities who have been heavily influenced by the art of punk rock.
The first episode kicks off with Raymond Pettibon and the artwork of Black Flag - to check it out, head on over to youtube.com/MOCAtv on June 11, 2013.
Introducing an original prequel storyline occurring several years before the events of video games, Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City, the latest installment takes place before the rise of Gotham City’s most dangerous villains and assassins.
Showcasing a young, raw, unrefined Batman as he faces a defining moment in his early career as a crime fighter that sets his path to becoming the Dark Knight, the story unfolds allowing players to witness identities being formed and key relationships being forged.
Basically, that’s a load of jibba-jabba but the trailer is dope. Clocking in at almost 5 minutes long, it’s like a short film and totally worth it. Looks badass.