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Designer sneakers are suffering a bit of an identity crisis as expanding collaborative programs at Nike and Adidas have given designers more creative freedoms with their one-offs than they have ever had before. Prada channels their minimalistic heritage and combines it with 3D elements that give the silhouette a unique futuristic look. The sneaker has a few standout features that give the Collision its unique look, they include the three dimension rubber elements on the upper and the tubular cotton laces. The sole also looks like a futuristic cleaned up version of an Air Max. All in all, the sneaker is just fresh enough without screaming for attention. It’s available at Prada and Farfetch.


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Dog-walking is the concept behind a new editorial from the latest issue of Nou Magazine with pieces from Giuliano Fujiwara, Prada, White Mountaineering and more.

Model: Reinaldo Berthoti

Photos: Daniel Rodrigues

Styling: Alba Melendo Garcia

Images via Fuckin Young. See them all after the jump

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I teamed up with stylist Jamie Ortega and Saada for this editorial that highlights how social media has made us all curators of our digital image.

“We have several social media outlets to make us look fabulous doing the mundane, like we have a paparazzi squad trailing us. Whether it’s making sure to beautifully style the breakfast spread or dressing up for coffee meeting, there’s an audience watching your feed. The metrics of followers and likes are still being analyzed, and PR and advertising agencies are chomping at the bit on how to translate social presence into sales conversion. To be honest, I find the whole new media thing pretty fascinating. But, all I really want to know is: If I follow you will you follow me back?” – Jamie Ortega

Actual selfies were taken in the making of this editorial and they can been seen on Saada’s instagram.

Look 1: House dress (Saada’s own)

Look 2: Yanghi Jacket, Acne tank, Topshop skirt

More looks after the jump

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