Yohji Yamamoto & New Era Join Forces on Casual Essentials

Rounding out the last days of summer are Yohji Yamamoto and frequent collaborator New Era with a range of casual cool essentials. This season’s offerings include two bomber jackets, a pull-over hoodie and tee all emblazoned with the Japanese designer’s signature, along with graphics on the reverse side. Any New Era collaboration would not be complete without a 9FIFTY cap, which for this occasion is offered up in black with the same reverse Yohji Yamamoto signature. Understated yet stylish nevertheless, prices range from $290 USD for the cap to $1,000 USD for the bomber jackets. The pieces are available now to purchase over at SSENSE’s online store.

In other fashion-related news, watch this hardcore fan unbox $70,000 USD worth of Supreme x Louis Vuitton swag.

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HBO Teases the Return of 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' With Season Nine's First Trailer

It’s finally here. After many months of anticipation and promotion, the very first trailer for the return of the acclaimed HBO series Curb Your Enthusiasm has arrived. For the lead promotional vignette in support of the Larry David program, the Curb masterminds and HBO round up about 56 seconds worth of footage to briefly showcase the signature eccentricities of the show’s main character, titling the short “Larry Davis is the Hero We Need.” Season nine of Curb Your Enthusiasm is scheduled to launch on October 9, six years after the beginning of the show’s previous season.

You can check out the first teaser trailer for season nine of Curb Your Enthusiasm above — tune into HBO on Sunday, October 1 at 10 p.m. EST/PST to catch its return. For the Larry David program’s next batch of episodes, Elizabeth Banks, Bryan Cranston, Jimmy Kimmel, Elizabeth Perkins, Ed Begley, Jr., Carrie Brownstein, Lauren Graham, Nick Offerman, and Nasim Pedrad have all been confirmed for guest appearances.

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Kanye West and Kid Cudi Are Reportedly Working on A "Surprise Project" in Japan

Last week, Kanye West and Kid Cudi were spotted at artist Takashi Murakami’s studio in Japan following an earlier sighting of the pair leaving a recording studio in Los Angeles. With these multiple appearances together, it’s not hard to speculate the two are up to something with a possible collaboration in the works.

According to Page Six, that rumor may just be true, reporting Yeezy is currently in Japan working on a new project with Kid Cudi. The Page Six source went on to report ‘Ye and Cudi’s work is top secret, “They’re going to drop some crazy collaboration out of the blue. They’re going to drop some surprise project on everybody. They’re recording it now.” The source went on to explain that Yeezy and Cudi’s wish to keep their project under wraps has led to a studio almost completely devoid of any music professionals. “It’s just Cudi, Kanye and an engineer,” the source said.

If the rumor is true, this will be a big deal since last summer Cudi went on to diss Kanye during a Twitter rant to which Kanye clapped back. Since then, both have kept a fairly low profile in 2017, but last month they linked up with Plain Pat in the studio. Cudi has appeared on every Yeezy album since 808’s & Heartbreak, while West was featured on Cudi’s first two albums. Stay tuned for more details.

In other music-related news, the J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar’s joint album may “probably never” come out.

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Billionaire Boys Club Europe Has a Sample Sale planned for London

Following BBC’s retro-Inspired 2017 fall lookbook, Billionaire Boys Club EU has just announced a sample sale set to take place in London. The sale will include exclusive samples and archive pieces from all BBC sub-labels, including Ice Cream, Bee Line and Billionaire Girls Club. The sale will run from September 30 t0 October 9, so make sure you check it out if you’re in the London area.

BBCICECREAM Sample Sale
Unit 11 Dray Walk
Old Truman Brewery
91 Brick Lane
London E1 6 QL

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How Stephen King's Pennywise Scares Us Gets Broken Down in New Video Analysis

A new adaptation of Stephen King‘s classic 1986 horror novel IT will soon be hitting theaters. Having already seen a TV miniseries back in the ’90s, the story centers around a sinister clown terrorising children in the small fictional town of Derry, Maine. With the novel’s revival seeing a big screen release come September 8, it gives us time to wonder: why are we so scared of clowns?

With that a video analysis created by ScreenPrism has arrived studying the fear of clowns and what is the deeper force that IT’s terrifying Pennywise represents? Take a look at the video analysis above to find out more about how Stephen King has managed to turn a joyful character into people’s biggest fears.

In other entertainment-related news, Seth Rogen celebrates the 10th Anniversary of Superbad with hilarious trivia.

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