Are you sure you’re ready for this one? Soon we’ll unveil Scion x A$AP Illz Driven, the latest in our video series featuring participants in the Scion Collaboration project. But before you get to watch the far out vision that A$AP Illz created, here are some behind the scenes preview images of the fashion forward, monochromatic experience.
For the Driven series, we’ve already gone on an epic quest with Steve Aoki, explored Southern California with Slayer, made a Midwest promo run with Olivia Jean and toured Pacific Northwest skate spots with Riley Hawk. This A$AP Illz one is going to open up your mind.
CP GIRLS is our regular photo editorial series from renowned photographer Christina Paik. Each new edition is a reflection of her personal take on street culture, with the models, location and styling all of her own choosing. A regular contributor to many top fashion magazines, Christina divides her time between Paris and New York, yet shoots right across the globe.
This time Marie has been captured in Paris alongside Young Lord aka A$AP Bari, and she’s seen wearing Rick Owens, OFF-WHITE, Supreme, Chanel, Gosha Rubchinskiy, adidas, COMME des GARCONS, Céline, Nike, custom-made denim, a vintage tee and vintage jacket.
You saw the video lookbook, now get a closer look at the pieces featured in the upcoming A$AP Mob x PacSun capsule collection. The June 10 drop will be available PacSun locations and PacSun’s website. View the photos below.
A$AP Rocky and Terry Richardson link up yet again, this time for Purple Magazine‘s new editorial. Click the photos below to see the editorial which has Flacko rocking everything from zebra-printed Versace sweaters to washed jean jackets.
On Saturday, we hosted the super successful FRANK151 x A$AP Mob: Harlem Edition book-signing event at 424 Gallery on Fairfax. A$AP Mob and the FRANK151 familia came together to show love, celebrate, and promote our most recent FRANK book, this time curated by the Harlem’s own A$AP Mob.
The book delivers exactly what you’d expect—A$AP biographies, the rich history of Harlem, and the cultural phenomenon’s which leave Harlem so imitated today. And the signing event delivered the very same, with Mob members eagerly signing books, posing for flicks, and blasting A$AP’s playlist in the background.
Naturally though, that was just an introduction to the evening that followed. Later, A$AP Ferg and the Mob played a show at the Henry Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles. With vitality, Fergenstein personified on stage what we noted in the book, transforming our latest chapter into a live show. It was a successful tribute to one of our favorite crews and groups hailing from NYC, as well as a tribute to the die-hard A$AP fans.
About a month ago A$AP Ferg dropped his music video for “Shabba” featuring A$AP Rocky, and on set were the one and only VHS Godz. Today UZI brings us some rare stills and clips from the shoot, with cameos from Ferg, Rocky, Yams, Ian Connor and the entire A$AP Mob. Shouts to ILLROOTS. Trap Lord in stores now.