• JB Gets Down

    The Godfather shows off some of his dance steps. Solid gold soul.
  • HIGHMATH

    HIGHMATH

    Arkitip Magazine enlisted design trio Wood Wood to guest curate their latest issue which is doubling as the catalog for their HIGHMATH exhibit, which opens tonite at Berlin's Pool Gallery. The list of participating artists is major.
  • PB Wolf and C4 at Store 19

    PB Wolf and C4 In-Store

    Our man Floyd (far right) is the display artist at our Rush St. store in Chicago and he's one half of hip-hop act C4. Worlds collided for him when C4 opened up for Peanut Butter Wolf (on a stage he designed) the nite Wolf and his crew came to town on their Badd Santa tour.
  • The Pop Manifesto

    The Pop Manifesto

    While dividing her time between Australia and NYC, Ilirjana Alushaj runs The Pop Manifesto. On it's fourth issue, The Pop Manifesto is an incredible online magazine that features some of the best up and coming designers, musicians and even models. Cooler still, unlike most magazines who offer back issues at a cost, you can find all 3 TPM's archived on their website!
  • Sarah Applebaum

    Sarah Applebaum

    Sarah Applebaum's rainbow brite afghan installations are like falling into the rabbit hole without actually having to fall.
  • Westwood Teams Up With Melissa

    Vivienne Westwood has unveiled her new collaboration with Melissa, an amazing shoe company who work mainly in plastic. I can't wait for these to drop because while not everyone can afford a pair of Westwood's own shoes (my VW pirate boots are the best ever), they will definitely be able to pick up a pair of these. If you like what you hear, we carry Melissa already!
  • The Bubblegum Sequencer

    Making beats with bubblegum (and a camera and a computer...but that's beside the point).
  • Diner Journal

    Diner Journal

    There's nothing we like more than some tastefully designed food nerdery in magazine format. Diner Journal is a quarterly food magazine brought to you by the fine folks at Marlow & Sons.
  • Hedi Slimane Fashion Diary

    Hedi Slimane Fashion Diary

    What you might not know about Hedi Slimane is that he started out taking photographs. Fashion came next and he pretty much broke that mold at that. Now that he's no longer at Dior, a few books, art shows and eventually a new clothing line are on the horizon. Until then, you can find his latest work on his Fashion Diary.
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    New Store in Seattle

    Our new store at 4518 University Way, NE opens on February 1. The first three hundred customers get one of our awesome totes and 10% of the first seven days’ sales will go to the Urban Outfitters Good Neighbor Scholarship Fund at the University of Washington.
  • Easy Skanking

    This guy is doing the "Urban Outfitters just redesigned their website" jig. For real though, go see Rockers if you haven't already.
  • No0UO SHOOTSJACK SIEGELOF THE SKULLSET

    Skullset & Urban Outfitters

    The Skullset's Jack Siegel has talent far beyond his years. We spent a few days together out West shooting his friends in our gear and once we wrapped that up, we hit him with some questions about why he does what he does and shooting with a camera that fits in your pocket.
  • New Lula Magazine

    New Lula Magazine

    Everyone's favorite whimsical fashion magazine, Lula, has a new issue (No. 6) coming out for spring/summer '08! We all know how quickly it sells out so keep your eyes peeled on those bookstore shelves.
  • Domino Mag - Reader's Choice Winner

    Domino's Reader's Choice Winner

    Lara from the ATL won Domino's Reader's Choice decorating contest. And we concur, you couldn't stop us from kicking our feet up in this warm and colorful space. (Via sfgirlbybay.)
  • Wooly Mammoth Comes To Dinner

    Wooly Mammoth Is Large

    Woolly Mammoth Comes to Dinner is a dance troupe that turn the silly into the sublime. (Via Ultra.)
  • Demeulemeester Fall '08 Menswear

    Demeulemeester Fall '08 Menswear

    What's big for men this season? Antwerp designer Ann Demeulemeester is claiming a heavy Bob Dylan influence with high water trousers, scarves and suit jackets. We all know it's cold enough to run this look, what with its many layers, so throw it on with a worn in pair of monochrome black Converse and hit the streets. See the full collection and pick up some style tips here.
  • Elk Zine

    Elk Zine

    Elk Zine is a zine that's 15 issues deep. But it's also appears to be a multi-headed creative movement that also includes art exhibits, books, and films. An art hydra, if you will.
  • Kelly Smith

    Kelly Smith

    Australian artist Kelly Smith has been killing it lately with her off the runway watercolors. While she is able to capture the dead on stares of looks we're used to seeing in photographs, she is quickly becoming one of my favorite fashion illustrators.
  • Maurizio Savini

    Maurizio Savini

    These chewing gum sculptures by Maurizio Savini are cool, because it's gum and all, but they're also a little bit creepy. (Via Roadside Scholar.)
  • Colorful Krink

    Colorful Krink

    Surfaces beware: KR's Krink line of inks just got alot more colorful. (Via 12ozProphet.)