The writers and editors at SlamXHype spend their whole lives on the Internet, grinding their keyboards into dust as they scour the vast reaches the digified world to find the coolest shit around.
Some of that stuff finds it’s way onto SlamXHype’s website, others come straight here in form of SlamXWeekly, a curated set of links to the best and most awesome stuff that the interwebs has to offer.
SlamXWeekly hits every Friday, so check out the round up below then, then check back next week for more.
Miranda Kerr needs to stop it with her ass-out GQ spreads. Actually, she needs to never stop.
Supreme brought Champion back from the brink of extinction with it’s 2013 Holiday collaboration, here’s 6 other potential collaborations to bring other under-appreciated brands back into the limelight.
Sneakers: It was a wild week for sneaker releases. First, Supreme dropped their Nike foamposite collaboration and the streetwear world lost its collective mind. Then the line that formed outside of Supreme in SoHo waiting for the release got shutdown by the Police. Ronnie Fieg and ASICS released the much-anticipated Gel Lyte V Cove and Mint Leaf collaborative colorways.
SlamXStyle: If you’re headed out on your third date with a young lady, wear this outfit to help you get laid.
The Fat Jew discovered this high-class subway rider. What a boss. Follow Fat Jew’s Instagram for more of these hilariously awesome finds.
SlamXSounds: What do you think Action Bronson listen to when he’s getting high on marijuana wax? Probably this…
Not all video game characters are stylish, these 10 are. In fact, they’re the 10 most stylish video game characters of all time. Yes, Mario is one of them.
Some Instagram are supposed to be funny. These 8 accounts are just unintentionally hilarious.
Here’s 10 OG models who have been hot for over two decades. Yes, Kate Moss is one of them.
Are you a non-native who moved to New York City (or dream of doing so)? Is the city getting to you? Putting you down? Taking your lunch money? Then you need to read this article entitled “New York Doesn’t Love You.” We haven’t read anything about NYC as honest, insightful and entertainingly accurate as this in a long, long time.