Southern California-based, Us Versus Them, brings forth their 2008 fall/winter collection entitled “The Natural Order.” The crew cooked up tees and fleece garments featuring their own trademark shop prints alongside carefully thought out graphics and ideas. Highlighted by the civil rights driven Rise piece and Drive Slow tee, featuring a 3M compound print using reflective beads, the fall/winter drop can be found at the Us Versus Them online store and in-store at Versus in Temecula.
Nike and Kobe are hoping to change the game by introducing a low-cut basketball shoe: the Nike Zoom Kobe IV. The shoe was unveiled on December 11th at Westchester High School in L.A., California with tons of media and the schools boy’s and girl’s basketball teams. So far, the new Zoom is Nike’s lightest basketball shoe ever, with a new low cut design weighing in at a mere 11.6 ounces (even lighter than the revolutionary Nike Hyperdunk).
Check out the worlds first wide-body 2009 Dodge Challenger that was custom built by expertise fabricator Topo and JW Motorsports in Bellflower, California. The Challenger was a crowd favorite at this years SEMA and features 24-inch front and 26-inch rear custom-built Asanti wheels. What they did was bring out the body four inches to fit that 7-inch lip. It also has a lowered suspension and a custom exhaust for more horsepower. At night, the cars reflectors make it more noticeable and give it a bit of personality when rolling down the street.
Secret Millionaire is a dramatic new unscripted series that takes America's wealthiest individuals away from their lavish lifestyles, sprawling mansions and private planes and places them undercover into some of the most impoverished neighborhoods in America.
It’s been about two years since you’ve heard anything from the lyrical genius and Southern hospitality specialist Ludacris, but expect to have your airwaves bumping his musical prowess in heavy rotation in the coming months, with the release of his sixth studio album, Theater of the Mind (Disturbing Tha Peace, 2008), later this year.
The Big Apple has been good to Will Castro. Not only has it been his home since birth, but it has also afforded him a lucrative place to build his Unique Autosports brand. But after 15 years in New York, he’s expanding down to the Sunshine State in order to conquer the automotive scene in Miami, Florida. When asked what made him choose Miami, he immediately blurted out “the weather” with a small laugh.
At first glance, the 2009 LSE Coupe partly resembles a Range Rover Sport, but if you take a closer look, you’ll notice that instead of four doors, there’s only two—that’s exactly what LSE Design UK CEO Andrew Green wanted you to think. “We designed the car to look like it just rolled out of the manufacturer’s factory; not as if a tuning firm got their hands on it,” he describes. “We wanted it to look natural, so that when people look at it, they wouldn’t be able to see the differences compared to a regular Range Rover Sport.”