Posts tagged with "active wear"

Tiger woods, golf, TaylorMade, 360 MAGAZINE

TaylorMade Golf

TaylorMade Unveils the New Shape of Performance with the Introduction of SIM Metalwoods
 
SHAPE IN MOTION
The SIM family of drivers – SIM, SIM Max and SIM Max•D – all feature the revolutionary new clubhead shape with an Aerodynamic Asymmetric Sole and Inertia Generator. These shape-inspired innovations work together to improve forgiveness while also increasing aerodynamics and clubhead speed at the most critical stage of the swing: the last three feet right before impact.
 
Also known as the speed generation zone, this is where the most meaningful increase in clubhead speed occurs. SIM drivers are engineered to improve aerodynamics and clubhead speed during this critical phase of the downswing.
 
To reduce drag and improve airflow throughout the swing, the drivers feature a raised crown and sole. Typically, when a crown and sole are raised to improve aerodynamics, it can come with a tradeoff of a higher center of gravity (CG). However, SIM drivers counteract this with the Inertia Generator, positioned low and back with a heavy steel weight at the rear of the clubhead. This design moves the CG projection very low, optimizing launch conditions and increasing moment of inertia (MOI) – and also providing additional forgiveness.
 
Simply put, TaylorMade has designed a driver with no tradeoffs. SIM is fast, forgiving, promotes favorable launch conditions and has one of the hottest faces in golf.
 
During aerodynamic testing, TaylorMade discovered the need to rotate the Inertia Generator to match the direction of airflow within the speed generation zone. The result is air that moves smoothly across the sole on the downswing and enhanced clubhead speed.

Star Wars, 360 MAGAZINE, goldsheep, athleisure, clothing, women's, smile

GOLDSHEEP × STAR WARS

GOLDSHEEP releases Star Wars-themed Athleisure collection 
 
California based lifestyle and fitness brand, GOLDSHEEP have collaborated with Lucasfilm on an exclusive athleisure collection just in time for the premiere of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. 
 
Inspired by beloved characters from a galaxy far, far away, the collection is comprised of high-waisted moisture-wicking leggings, sports bras and fun bomber jackets. Founder Keri Wilson created the lifestyle brand with the vision of transferring art and unique graphics onto leggings and athletic separates. The Star Wars I Goldsheep 20-piece collection showcases bold, intergalactic prints that feature characters and iconography from across the Star Wars galaxy that include Yoda, Chewbacca, droids, lightsabers and the nefarious Death Star. Additionally, for the young Star Wars fans, GOLDSHEEP extended sizing for kiddos ranging from XXS-Large in select patterns of this limited-edition drop.
 
“This opportunity to work with Lucasfilm on a capsule collection means so much to me as a female business owner. Being that the last three films in the Skywalker saga are driven by a strong female lead, I was more than honored to create a rad collection where GOLDSHEEP followers could express their passion for the beloved brand. There are prints in the line for every Star Wars fan and I can’t wait to share them all!” – Keri Wilson, founder of GOLDSHEEP
 
Pieces will retail at $60 for a sports bra, $98 for leggings and $121 for jackets. The collection will be available to buy exclusively HERE on Dec 20th onward.

New Era, Armon Hayes, 360 MAGAZINE, Faust New York, NYC

New Era Delivers

By Armon Hayes × Vaughn Lowery

In NYC, New Era FW19 featured exclusive product gifting and art installation by renowned graffiti artist Faust. The appointment-only experience exhibited sporty accessories which many fans and fashionistas would flock to. Bringing the essence of street style with the use of video projected urban landscapes, layered with pulsating chromatic lights brought the collection to life.

New Era athlesiure capsule offers core assortment for men and women. Fluid activewear and sustainable outerwear with minimal branding. True to theme, Faust is the ingredient of NYC with authenticity and relevance. Celebrated for his classic calligraphic graffiti writing style which demands your attention. The Faust installation is reminiscent of NYC’s 1980 concrete jungle. An interactive display ideal for social media integration. 

Adding to the heritage of New Era, they offered an exclusive Faust customization bar with original branded patches – attendees had the option to initial and chose from several ‘Faust’ logo embroidered styles onto classic fitted caps. Complete the look with performance fit ‘New Era’ t-shirts branded with true Faust style. New Era FW19 collection available soon at neweracap.com

Rnw garments, 360 magazine,Raphael Na’te Walton

RNW Garments

RNW Garments is a Los Angeles based independent street wear label founded in 2011. The brand philosophy “Since Birth” is born out of their tagline NO GUTS, NO GLORY. Hailing from South Central LA, designer Raphael Na’te Walton has organically grown RNW Garments to be a brand for people of all walks of life no matter their ancestry or background.

For all the old and young souls still chasing their glory, to those who have achieved the greatest achievements, but strive for more; RNW Garments embody the hustler spirit and serves as a symbol of that fire within all of us to chase our own glory.

RNW currently offers traditional street wear pieces such as tees, hoodies, jackets and headwear but will soon transition into cut and sew production which will allow founder Raphael Na’te Walton for the opportunity to bring the brand to new heights.

www.rnwgarment.com
@rnwgarments

GoLite

Winner of a Backpacker® Editors’ Choice Green Award and an Outdoor Industry Innovation Award for sustainability! The GoLite ReGreen Windshell leverages 100% recycled polyester made from Da.Ai -Certified green bottles (which typically end up in landfills). By making the fabric from recycled bottles we save over 50% of the energy which would normally have been required to make fabric. By not dying the fabric, we further reduce water consumption by up to 80%.

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This Year’s Fashion Trends to Watch Out For

2018 was a year that focused on monochromatic looks, cropped pants, fringe, and Pantone lavender. Mostly, it was a renaissance period that brought back some classic to the fashion world.

In street fashion, the chunky trainers and cycling shorts of the ’90s became popular again as well as cat-eyed sunglasses. Off-shoulders and early 2000s fashion came back in vogue, too. Now it’s time to look forward to this year’s fashion trends and see what 2019 has in store for fashionistas across the world.

1. Street Upgrade

Last year, street wear was all about luxe athleisure, as previously pointed out here on 360 Magazine. Everyone was basically in comfy joggers or stylish leggings while upping their sneaker game. While the trend isn’t going away just yet, we’re seeing a lot more utility clothes on the streets. Watch out for khaki trousers, combat boots, utility jumpsuits, and a lot of boxy jackets. There’s definitely an emphasis on neutral tones that go with the whole boiler jumpsuit look.

Khaki and muted colors are in style, but so are vivid colors. In fact, neon keeps making a splash on high-profile runways and they’re already being welcomed by some of the biggest influencers. The Kardashian-Jenner clan were the first few to sport neon outside of fashion shows with model Ashley Graham also seen in a neon green and royal blue outfit. So, practice color-blocking with your #OOTDs. Whether you’re wearing a bright orange suit or an oversized neon hat, don’t be afraid to break the mold with your own version of a neon ensemble.

2. Revival

Every fashion season welcomes some form of revival, and this spring, it’s all about tie-dye, puffed shoulders, and leather. Leather never actually went out of style but it’s not just about pants or jackets anymore. Experiment with a leather skirt or a faux leather collared shirt—just be careful not to go over the top.

Hipsters rejoice, for tie-dye everything is making a comeback. But it’s not only surfers and nomads who are wearing it as big labels like Prada and Stella McCartney are peddling the trend with their high-fashion pieces dipped in colorful dye.

2019 is finally getting rid of the overdone off shoulder look and replacing it with puffy sleeves. A few ways to wear the puffy shoulder look were shared by Style Caster, and they all carry a very feminine vibe. The voluminous shoulder look comes with all kinds of pieces, from jumpsuits to knit sweaters to corduroy dresses. The key is to really play up delicate characteristics with wavy hair, layered necklaces, and a cute top handle bag.

3. Spring fling

Spring is almost synonymous with patterns and it’s no surprise that animal prints have been reborn. Leopard, in particular, dominated the catwalk this season. But don’t be afraid to mix different animal prints, as it can be a very bold but gorgeous statement. Of course, the most reliable style for spring is floral prints to go with the season. Woman Within lists an entire range of midi dresses, including pieces that feature staple spring designs like floral prints and light colors. Spring is really the only season you can bust out your flowery outfits and still look very chic and updated. To accompany it, a top handle purse is a great choice, with fashion houses like Michael Kors, Prada, and Chloé all featuring them on their recent runway shows.