Gorillaz have collaborated with Fred Perry on a new campaign.
The animated band led by Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett, who recently celebrated the 20th anniversary of their self-titled debut LP, have sported their favourite shirts from the iconic range as part of a Gorillaz takeover.
A new pair of audio-enabled trainers allow you to feel music in your feet.
LA-based DropLabs, who have developed the first sonic-sensory footwear, released their new trainer EP 01 in 2019. The shoe, fitted with patended technology, delivers audio from any connected bluetooth voice, creating full-body bass audio to simulate live events. The trainers can be used for music and movies, as well as VR and games.
London streetwear brand Aerosoul has unveiled a face mask featuring its iconic Junglist Movement design.
Aerosoul’s founder and designer Leke Adesoye launched a crowdfunding campaign this week to raise funds for the production of the masks, with a view to donating £2.50 from the sale of each mask to UCLH charity Haematology Cancer Care.
A Carl Cox-themed watch has been designed by Zenith.
Unveiled at WatchWeek Dubai 2020, the Zenith Defy 21 Carl Cox Edition is inspired by the DJ and Producer, and is limited to 200 in number.
The watch features an entirely carbon body with a matte black face, and the counter inside the face of the watch is designed to look like a vinyl record.
The bezel of the watch also shines green under UV light, mimicking the effect of club lighting.
Check out pictures of the watch below, which is on sale for just over £17,000.
Michael Kors has released a Fall collection which is inspired by Studio 54, the former New York clubbing institution.
However the release of the collection has received backlash from Studio 54 co-founder Ian Schrager, who claims Kors never attended the venue.
In a comment on Instagram, Schrager explained, "I don't believe Michael Kors was ever at Studio 54. I certainly don't remember him as he made no impression. This is nothing more than an obvious exploitation by a garment center person to sell some clothes that has nothing to do with Studio or what it was about."
Merchandise company Everpress have launched an annual, environmentally friendly campaign to support independent labels and artists.
Collaborating with almost 100 record labels, artists, record stores and designers, the campaign, HIGHPASS, will ensure that all profits from the sales go directly to the creatives involved.
HIGHPASS has now launched, with all items available to pre-order for the next two to four weeks. Everpress then manufacture to match the exact pre-order numbers, to ensure there are no wasted materials or stock.