agnès b.'s 2018 Spring/Summer Collection is a One Way Ticket to the French Riviera

French designer agnès b kept her show at Paris Fashion Week Men’s short and sweet, with only a handful of outfits presented as a part of her self-titled label’s 2018 spring/summer collection. Despite the lack in quantity compared to some of the shows we’ve already seen this week, agnès b chose to take a more qualitative approach, with some clean looks making their way across the runway decorated with a backdrop of the French seaside. The collection featured a combination of formal and casual wear for any situation, including a handful of single-breasted suits coming in multiple colors and tailored for a slimming fit. agnès b also exhibited her ability to mix and match different colors, most notably on the look which featured a bright yellow paired with vibrant blue pants.

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Pink and Teal Make Its Way Onto the Latest New Balance 1500 Duo

New Balance is dropping a new duo of pink and teal colorway M1500s for the summer season. The first pair will have a white upper with a pink suede toe panel and teal suede heel panel and details. Contrasting this pair will be a black pair sporting a teal suede toe panel and grey suede heel panel. Both pairs are made in England and have premium stitching throughout especially around the “N” logos on the lateral sides. For the white pair, black and teal stitching are selected for contrast while the black pair sees white and pink stitching to make a bold statement.

These two pairs will add color and subtle flexing to your summer fit and go well with the “Cumbrian” Pack that NB dropped in May. Hitting retailers in the coming days, the pink and teal 1500s will set you back €179.95 EUR each, which is approximately $202 USD.

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Officine Générale Dominates With Navy For Its 2018 Spring/Summer Collection

For its 2018 spring/summer collection, creative director Pierre Mahéo and Officine Générale stays true to the brand’s direction of realism, honesty and fairness. With a selection of wares made for daily life, the new collection features a heavy amount of navy-colored pieces with crisp clean fitted cuts. Double-zipper jackets, blazers, sweaters, denim goods, chinos and more don the navy colorway while pastels, olive and white are used to balance out the color palette. Staying away from the oversize aesthetic that’s gained popularity over the last few seasons, Officine Générale is a much needed toned sophisticated daily look.

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Unravel's 2018 Spring/Summer Collection Features Elevated Streetwear Staples

Designers Ben Taverniti and Joyce Bonelli recently released the lookbook for the latest men’s collection of their design project, Unravel. The 2018 spring/summer range builds upon the concept of the project with elevated seasonless takes on streetwear staples. This time around the Unravel incorporates motocross elements and athletic technical textiles to offer unique reinterpretations of established silhouettes. A highlight piece of the collection is a tailored blazer meant to be paired with sweatpants as a playful disruption of formal style conventions.

For more contemporary fashion news, check out Doublet’s eccentric and eclectic 2017 fall/winter collection.

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New Video: Meek Mill Feat. The-Dream “YBA”

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If Safaree’s claims that Meek Mill’s crew jumped him are indeed just “distractions,” the MMG rapper isn’t letting the drama take his eyes off the prize as he debuts his brand new single, “YBA (Young Black America)” featuring The-Dream. The song borrows Bink!’s smooth beat from Jay Z’s “Blueprint (Momma Loves Me),” and like Hov’s original, finds Meek reflecting on his rough childhood. The accompanying video brings the song to life as the Philly native pulls up to his hood in a Rolls Royce and relives his past — one filled with death, drugs and destruction.

“YBA” follows up recent singles like “Glow Up” and the Chris Brown and Ty Dolla $ign-assisted “Whatever You Need,” though it’s unclear which — if any — will appear on Meek’s upcoming album Wins & Losses.

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“YBA” is out now on iTunes.

Related: New Music: Meek Mill Feat. Chris Brown & Ty Dolla Sign “Whatever You Need”

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Cyclones crushed by Hudson Valley

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By Matt John

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Hudson Valley 10

Cyclones 4

June 25 at MCU Park

It was a Gunnar stunner!

Cyclones hurler Gunnar Kines imploded last night, giving up eleven hits and six runs in six innings as the Cyclones were routed at home by the Renegades.

Clones fans barely had time to sit down before Kines gave up two runs in the first inning — one on a single by Emilio Gustave — and the score stayed that way until the fourth, when Walter Rasquin’s single up the middle scored both Carl Stajduhar and Jeremy Wolf to tie the game at two.

But the Renegades blew the game open in the fifth when Bill Pujols belted a two-run homer and Andgel Perea singled to score Gustave, giving the ‘Gades a 5–2 bulge.

Hudson Valley tacked on another run in the sixth, and after a Dylan Snypes sacrifice scored Ian Strom, the Renegades poured it on in the seventh against reliever Joe Napolitano, who gave up two two-run homers — one to Matt Dacey and another to Gustave — putting Hudson Valley up by seven.

The loss drops the Cyclones to 2–3 for the season, tying the team for last — that’s right, last — in the McNamara division with the putrid Aberdeen Ironbirds.

The Cyclones look to right the ship today against the Renegades at MCU at 4 pm.

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