1. NikeLab x JFS collection

    Nike recently announced they will be collaborating with Johanna F. Schneider for their Spring 2015 NikeLab collection. While her work with Stone Island Shadow and Acronym are reasons enough to be excited about this collab, Joanna also states that her primary source of inspiration is the human anatomy and its movement. Can you think of a better designer to pair up with Nike?

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  2. Oysho Spring/Summer 2015 Collection

    Oysho’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection is one of sophisticated colors and silhouettes to match. While we’ve always looked to this line for some cool gymwear pieces, this season is exceptionally on-point. Elastic waist bands feature mantras instead of logos, layered shorts are perfectly exaggerated, and tunics sport open backs. The silhouettes read slouchy and comfy, while items such as lightweight anoraks and tanks with oversized armholes will layer with ease. As for the color palette, slate green, light coral and just the right shade of gray combine for an elevated look.

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  3. SMITH Celebrates Its 50th Anniversary With New Brand Identity

    We love when a company uses its past to fuel and inspire its future, which is why we’re drawn to SMITH’s new visual brand identity, a celebration of their 50th year in business and a first step towards the next 50. Based in Sun Valley, Idaho since 1965, SMITH created the first snow goggle featuring a sealed thermal lens and breathable vent foam. The company is known for its outdoor roots and leadership in the development of advanced eyewear and helmets, which is why SMITH wanted to recreate its brand identity to reflect optimized performance and clean styling.

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  4. The Project North Winter Workout Experience By Nike

    When Nike calls, you answer, or so learned a select few bloggers and athletes this winter when invited to Nike’s exclusive event, Project North. Creating the ultimate experience out of their winter ad campaign, “Choose Your Winter,” Project North took place in the Bugaboo mountain range in Canada. For four days, the participants went running, completed NTC workouts, and hiked snowy trails, fully outfitted in Nike’s latest winter collection, of course.

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  5. Warby Parker Spring 2015 Collection

    When you’re eyesight isn’t perfect, it’s already a bummer, and shopping for frames for your corrective lenses can make you feel even worse. There’s a million to choose from and it can take forever to actually find a pair of glasses that looks good on your face. For those of us who have to go through this torturous process, Warby Parker comes to the rescue with their Spring 2015 collection. Featuring eight new shapes and six new colors, the collection is oozing with chill beach vibes for every face. There are a range of blue and tan frames to choose from, as well as a mother of pearl-esque tortoise pattern that we’re really digging.

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  6. RANGE Magazine: CORDURA® Lifestyle Beef and Acorn Squash Stew

    On a chilly East Coast bike ride day, there’s nothing better than a belly-warming dish that can stand up to the harsh weather. Our bike crew from “Living the CORDURA® Lifestyle” in RANGE Magazine Issue Two rode down to the Italian Market on South 9th Street in Philly this December to pick up the simple ingredients that comprise our Beef and Acorn Squash Stew recipe, which was adapted from Bon Appétit.

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  7. RANGE Magazine: Stadiums & Shrines x Venture Out Playlists

    In order to create a visual mixtape article for RANGE Magazine Issue Two, the RANGE crew teamed up with Victoria Masters and Dave Sutton of Stadiums & Shrines, a rad site dedicated to finding the connection between vision and sound. Victoria and Dave set out on a Venture Out-sponsored road trip through New Zealand, documenting their travels through photography and playlists, which are featured below, and in Issue Two.

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  8. Gone Camping Pop-Up Restaurant in London

    Some of us just aren’t made for camping and that’s okay. You may be all for hiking in the great outdoors for a day, but that’s pretty much where you draw the line, and you’re not an asshole because you require indoor plumbing and a convection oven to survive. We’re all built differently and that’s what makes us special little snowflakes.

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