Black is the new black. So black-on-black watches are sure to be legit. Take a peak at these to wet your appetites (or lighten your wallet).
Founded by Geneva-native Fabrice Letellier back in 2007, Black-Out Concept was born out of his own personal affection of all-black aesthetics. His initial treatments and custom projects largely involved only his collection of rare supercars and performance automobiles but quickly turned to timepieces. Recently seen in the MEN.STYLE.com 10 Essentials with Kanye West feature, Yeezy is among the people to take the plunge into the world of custom black Rolex watches. To ensure longevity, the black coating features a “two low-friction, scratch-proof finishes used by the military, PVD and DLC (diamond-like carbon).” Most watches can be customized for roughly $7,000 USD. For more information, the Black-Out Concepts website can be seen here.
Watch out, purple is making a comeback, nh.
“Finding inspiration within a well known 80s heavy metal album cover, Encino-based Primitive work up a new collaboration alongside Oakley, utilizing the eye-wear brands classic Frogskin model. The sunglasses feature a gradient colorway, fading from black to purple, midnight blue, and eventually a clear finish. Along with special Primitive “P” logos on the detachable arms, the shades will come fully equipped with an additional set of arms and a custom silk screened bag, further emphasizing the theme which was conceived by Jubal Jones and the rest of the Primitive team. Look for these to drop in the coming Summer months, exclusively through Primitive.”
The Cool Kids are a rap duo that I stumbled upon almost two years ago now. Their flow and style is just…cool. They bring old school and mix it with a little new. Not only is there style in rap cool, but there clothes are tight. A wise word of advice from them is to keep your eye out for cool clothes, no matter where it is. They said that they even look in gas station stores for shirts that you normally wouldn’t find in other stores. Keep your eye out.
Here’s one of their music videos to “Black Mags”: