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NEW YORK – A $150 for a Justin bieber’s merch sweater sounds kind of a crazy price but not for the Fear of God’s boss after the joint venture alongside Vfiles. Poping up around the world, JB’s Purpose world tour has hit every major city around the planet and more and more pop up store quickly open on its path.

” I think the kid who shops in the mall, from a styling standpoint, is getting closer and closer to the high-fashion kid shopping in boutiques and online,” said Jerry Lorenzo

He is the one who saw it coming alongside his peers, and the mall culture with high end similiraties is becoming the number one trend in teenager’s closets.


However, you can’t really put a name on it, this fascniation for limited high-priced collection are the new hub. with brand such as supreme dropping a weekly sold out in-a-matter-of-minute collectiuon and experimented designer creating lines such as vetements, Maison Dortia, marché noir & places plus faces.

this new  There has been a lot of Bieber fever in New York City thanks to the recent pop-up shop located at VFILES. In collaboration with Jerry Lorenzo’s Fear of God clothing, special pieces have been developed specifically for the pop-up and have been reintroduced from the tour merch. VFILES was able to chop it up with Lorenzo to capture his thoughts on his bond and relationship with Justin. In addition, Jerry also touches upon their communication while developing the pieces as well as gaining inspiration from the likes of Kurt Cobain and Allen Iverson. Check out the video above to hear what Jerry had to say.


That level of immediacy has proven successful for Lorenzo, who doesn’t show during Fashion Week but instead releases collections in a quiet take on see-now-buy-now, with drops on his own site’s e-shop, as well as with retailers including Ssense and Patron of the New. So what made the designer want to bring his clothes to the cool-kid mall store PacSun last season and again? “PacSun provided me the opportunity, factories, and framework to reach a younger market,” said Lorenzo. “The goal remains the same: to provide simple, price-accessible solutions for the young American wardrobe.” And after selling out the first collection within a few weeks, it’s expected that this offering, which also includes the main line’s signature baggy shorts and extended-hem tees, will follow suit. Lorenzo just introduced his label’s first shoe—a military-style sneaker in collaboration with Vans—at the end of August; are accessories next? “For holiday, we’ll be dropping accessories for the first time,” he confirmed. After all, this is a designer who still hangs on to his very first purchase from a mall retailer: “A pair of Vans.” Naturally.



M+RC Noir Pop-up Today in Amsterdam



Today and tomorrow Marché Noir will be opening a pop up store in Amsterdam, Netehrland for their illegal worker collection.

The Pop up store will take place Bethaniënstraat 391012 BZ Amsterdam, Netherlands, for two days in a row.

Illegal worker

The pop up will feature their latest collection and an exclusive “illegal worker Amsterdam” hoodie.

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Related: M+RC NOIR : Inside Marché Noir Pop Up Store

The brand has lately been refering to itself as “Illegal Worker” since they don’t depend on any state to process their business. The young brand isn’t constantly staying a particular country and it is usually better to bring cash in the pop up store.

Very simple setup for this pop up shop …

For example, the French brand isn’t entitled to pay tax in its own country as the french law requires the non taxable person to at spend a minimum of a 183 days out of the state; which can easily been reached since they constantly travel the world.

as of 2018, the brand as considerably grew and proposed even more sophisticated garments for his streetwear. Designs are really and so is the manufacturing. Even their last wavy logo could be considered a higher quality knock-off of the ASSC brand, as the semi-vynil down jacket feather stuffed is just amazing, period. First modeled by Franck Sinner, the down jacket and its wavy logo channels perfectly the high fashion streetwear world and the embroied work on the other pieces is just incredible.

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Ian Connor Shares Picture of his $100K Louis Vuitton’s Official Purchase Inventory



Beverly Hills – Earlier today Ian Connor better known as a model during the Yeezy Season runway shared a picture of his purchase inventory at Louis Vuitton store which add up to a $100,000

For those who don’t know him, Ian Connor Aka King of the Youth is apart from being an American fashion model, an influencer, a creative consultant and a fashion guru, is also part of the famous A$ap Mob.

Combining all those revenues allowed him to have a comfortable lifestyle which he often brags about in nothing that could be qualified as subtle on social medias.

And — Apparently — he went nuts in the Louis Vuitton Stores worldwide.

According to the picture he shared earlier of the Inventory extracted by store manager, Heidi St Laurent, Ian has bought to this day, 26 different items for a gross amount of a $101,056.20.

The collection he curated consists of super rare and expesive goods icluding piece suchs as Takashi Murakami’s cherry umbrella, the monogram denim minishorts and the Stephen sprousse graphitti tee.

Stephen Sprouse graphitti tee

Ian who first started hanging out with A$ap Bari, then got integrated into the crew. He is since the face of Rocky’s AWGE creative collective while their long-time friend, Virgil Abloh, is now the creative director of Louis Vuitton.

Congratitulations, mister Connor, you are completely swaged up.

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Louis Vuitton Inspired 3D Printed Hair Beads Are Breaking The Internet



Colombus – Magnus Juliano, A 27-year-old graphic designer has broken the internet, all, in the hopes of getting the attention of Virgil abloh and get an internship at Louis Vuitton’s creative board.

Magnus Juliano, Ohio resident and graphic desiigner is trying really hard to get the attention of Louis Vuitton creative director Virgil Abloh, which resulted in drawing a lot of media attention to his Louis vuitton inspired hair beads.

Between the luxury good and the Lil Yachty starter-pack, Juliano shared on his social media accounts the 3D printed protoypes he designed.

Related: Louis Vuitton named best brand in the world

His posts feature selfies of the 27-years-old creative rocking individual braids with colorful LV inspired 3D printed beads with color-matching monograms on the end.

Each picture features a caption which reads;

“Hey @virgilabloh can I earn an internship? I have ideas!”

Magnus tweeted to Virgil

In an interview with BET, he revealed his inspiration.

“What inspired me is black representation in fashion and pop art, homage if you will to designers like Dapper Dan and Virgil Abloh, and an ode to black carefree creatives such as Kelela and Solange!”

Said MAgnus during the BET interview

Since initially posting his photos, Twitter users have managed to retweet his post 4 thousand times and gather 18 thousand likes. 

Related: French designer makes pair of Nike x OFF White Up-Tempos

If this is any indication of what fans think LV should look like, we are here to support him 1000 percent!

Behind the scene Magnus is preparing a take over

Take a look at his designs below and let us know what you think!

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