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The new Bad Bunny x Adidas Forum Low will be released in a total black version. The official release date is not yet known, but it will be soon.
Converse presents a capsule for the upcoming Pride month, with part of the proceeds going to some non-profit organizations.
Google will launch later this year a feature that will allow you to protect your most personal photos through a protected folder.
The Light Phone II is free of social networks and emails. You can only call, text and listen to podcasts. Less is more.
Fashion is often a reflection of how we feel, but some people also use it to change their mood. But there are also those who use it to change their mood. Whose side are you on?
A new collab between Travis Scott and the Air Jordan 1 Chicago may become a reality. Or so suggests a post by Rhuigi Villaseñor.
Courtney Love posted a Facebook post showing her outrage with the “Pam & Tommy” series and supporting her friend Pamela Anderson.
The vitural platform IMVU will be the stage on which companies such as Mowalola or Gypsy Sport will present their new proposals digitally.
Burberry has just released a new version of its Arthur silhouette. This time the sneaker comes covered in blue denim and its monogram.
Homiés Marbella started creating t-shirts for a group of friends and has become one of the few Spanish brands with a store in Puerto Banús.
On the occasion of the return of Friends, Lego launches a kit with which you can recreate the homes and scenes starring the group of friends.
Apple is celebrating Pride with the launch of two new bands for two Apple Watch models, one of them in collaboration with Nike.
Palace will launch the third drop of its SS21 collection on May 21. In addition to garments, it will include an incense holder and a set of dice.
Pleasures and Akila have been working on a capsule of sunglasses that will go on sale this afternoon so, we’ll be keeping an eye out.
The Nokia 2720 V Flip will hit the U.S. market on May 20. After seeing it we came to one conclusion: you either love it or you hate it.
The second part of HBA’s “Veteran Collection” is out. But if you have something on the shelves, don’t think too much, there are already sold out items.
Pepa Salazar has just unveiled her proposal for next fall/winter, which explores the link between the human and the technological.
Gucci presents “Hollywood Forever” a new collection of sunglasses that updates the glamour of 50’s movie stars.
Smeg has just introduced its first cookware collection that includes pots, pans, frying pans and a wok.
Lacoste presents its new proposal for FW21 with a collection that maintains the brand’s heritage and is updated with a bit of humor.
Parade presents its new collection “Color Outside de Lines” and announces that it will donate 2,000 pieces of underwear to LGTBQ+ associations.