With the introduction of the original BE TRUE campaign in 1985, some of the most storied programs in collegiate hoops finally had the footwear that allowed athletes and fans to show their school colors.
BE TRUE 2012 celebrates the achievements of the New York City, San Francisco and Portland communities as progressive leaders of LGBT life with city-specific footwear releases and accompanying hat and tee.
The footwear range of the pack includes the following sneakers – Nike Be True Air Flytop, Nike Be True Air Royal and the Nike Be True Lunar Flow. The Lunar Flow will release June 15th at Nike Portland, the Air Royal at the Niketown NYC and Air Flytop in San Francisco at Niketown Union Square will both drop on June 22, 2012.
Props: Shaheem Reid
Smartphones are capable of doing pretty anything, so what happens if you enhance its given features? This clever little device by Diff is a tough iPhone case with a clever cover and a pro-level lens mount. This lens mount is a kind of a big deal. With bayonet fixing, the accessory lenses can be quickly twisted and snapped into place and helps you shoot quite impressive footage with a set of Diff’s three lenses; a 2-in-1 macro/wide-angle and a fisheye. You can even use your existing lenses by buying the Diff converters for them.
The case is pretty nifty too. A hard flap on the front protects the screen that can also flip up to be used as a shade when shooting in sunny weather. Another version of the case has a kickstand at the back, that’s also doubled up as a credit card pocket. All the products are available now from the Diff online store.
Azealia Banks premiered her new video for her track ‘Liquorice’. The dance infused track gets a video clip, that was directed by famed British fashion photographer Rankin and was styled by Nicola Formichetti