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This is Conversations, Highsnobiety's podcast series discussing topics and trends with the people shaping today's scene.




24 - Doing Things on the Internet with Benjamin Gott & Zach Boswell

24 - Doing Things on the Internet with Benjamin Gott & Zach Boswell by Highsnobiety Podcasts

Duration: 00:31:08

22 - How to Spot Fake Supreme Online With Eugene Lardy of r/supremeclothing

Jian DeLeon is joined by Eugene Lardy, host of weekly streetwear show Supreme Night Live and moderator on Reddit's super-popular r/supremeclothing. They discuss the online community of Supreme enthusiasts, bots, and how to spot fake Supreme products online.

Duration: 00:45:26

20 - Asian-American Identity with Heems

Jian DeLeon is joined by Himanshu "Heems" Suri to discuss his rap group the Swetshop Boyz, Asian-American identity politics, modern activism, Indian food, and how it all ties together..

Duration: 00:41:06

19 - 30 Years of Nike Air Max

Jian Deleon is joined by Gary Warnett to discuss 30 Years of Nike Air Max and more on Highsnobiety Conversations. Music: "Lovely" by Kiefer Visit www.highsnobiety.com for more.

Duration: 00:54:34

18 - A Collective Memory of the ‘90s w Nic Galway & Ben Jones

The cultural impact of the ‘90s on today’s culture is clear. From runways to magazine editorials, the period’s visual language is an endless source of borrowed nostalgia for modern creatives. For those, like me, who grew up in the ‘90s, pop culture peaked. Musically, heavy metal was out and grunge came in, while hip-hop began to reinterpret its own roots in sound to a new consumer looking for new. BMX and skateboarding, two very street-level sports, were picking up large market sponsors...

Duration: 00:26:38

17 - How to be a Successful Independent Retailer

In the fashion world, independent boutiques have a distinct advantage over departments stores and big retailers: They’re small enough to be flexible. Smaller stores like Machus in Portland, Oregon, Need Supply Co. in Richmond, Virginia, and Tres Bien in Malmo, Sweden have developed a loyal customer base that grew enormously once they established their e-commerce sites. A small physical space and need to stand apart from readily available options has seen the little guys adopt young brands...

Duration: 00:29:38

15 - The Persistence of Print

We’ve seen an uptick in independent and branded small-scale publications—beautiful, limited-edition tomes often with a run that is only in the hundreds. It’s an upscale evolution of DIY zine culture, which saw the proliferation of niche publications like Cometbus, Factsheet Five, and Profane Existence—each one offering a unique perspective on alternative culture. But now brands and high-profile artists are getting in on the action. Kanye West released zines for his two previous Yeezy...

Duration: 00:22:07

12 - How Under Armour is Reshaping Sportswear

Under Armour is entering sportswear with UAS during New York Fashion Week 2016. Founded 20 years ago in the city of Baltimore, Maryland, sportswear company Under Armour has quietly become a titan of industry for its best-in-class performance gear that keeps athletes everywhere doing what they do best. Their athlete roster include the likes of Steph Curry, Cam Newton, and Michael Phelps. But now the brand is out to make its mark on the fashion world with Under Armour Sportswear and their...

Duration: 00:34:56

10 - The Men Saving Your Soles

Meet the men repairing and restoring vintage adidas and Jordan sneakers. In a world where sneakers are bought and traded, and where unworn status can account for massive differentials in value, there is another school of sneaker head, not looking for crisp, deadstock pairs. This collector prefers their kicks worn, beat and used, saving many from the trash. Sneakers, with glued soles and non-welted construction, were never meant to be repaired, yet a growing number of modern cobblers are...

Duration: 00:27:32