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It’s been a great summer holiday for us here at Antidote, but we’re back to work now 🙁 Here are some of the latest new videos that we’ve pull for August so far. We’ll be back with another one in 2 weeks.
One of the most hyped street brands in the world is back with its fall/winter 2016 look book. This season features some fresh punchier looks and lots of graphics. The collection launches Thursday August 18th in store and undoubtedly there will be a lineup probably four New York City blocks of devoted Supreme fans, trying to get first dibs on the latest in this great collection of casual street wear.
August 15, 2016 @ 11:40am by Andrew
Well we saw this one coming, the end of Snapchat. As soon as Instagram introduced their format we knew it was the end. In this video from the roundabout crew Tom gives a great eulogy to Snapchat. You should follow the roundabout crew and see what they’re up to, for some great laughs @roundaboutcrew.
August 1, 2016 @ 10:23pm by Nana
Every 4 years, the Olympic games highlight that you can never place limits on human potential. We have witnessed athletes like Usain Bolt, frustrating some of the fastest human beings we have ever seen. We witness the peaceful unification of countries, such as when Canada dominated the Winter Olympics on their home turf, and showed the world they refuse to settle for second.
Welcome to Whiskey Tango Foxtrot. Antidote magazine’s bi weekly dose of how to dress appropriate, live better and do everything with a little bit of panache and style. This week our good friend Yannick Beauvalet from L’Hexagone Menswear gives men his tips on how to dress for appropriately for a night out on the town so you’re not looking like a complete douchebag.
Day 1:
An eight hour car ride and three coffee breaks lead us to the Manhattan bridge, the path into the concrete jungle. Being my first time in New York City, everything out my window had me captivated, pulling out my iPhone, snapping on my Puzlook case, ready to capture every moment that was soon to take place.