News Bulletin

December 14, 2015 BY WATM STAFF


The Nintendo NX Has Plans for a Full Touchscreen Front Panel

"Aside from rumors flying (and then being promptly shot down) that the forthcoming Nintendo NX handheld console might run on an Android system, little else has been said about the the project. However, The Verge has reported that the electronics powerhouse has filed a patent for a gamepad design that features a front panel built entirely from a single touchscreen."(Zarah Cheng - Hypebeast)


EA Sports Launches a Competitive Gaming Division

"EA Sports has revealed it will be launching an e-sports league led by its Chief Operating Officer Peter Moore. The studio responsible for games such as FIFA, Madden NFL and Battlefield will follow rival Activision Blizzard, who started up its own division back in October, as the latest company to make a serious commitment to the up and coming world of professional gaming."

(Hasse Lemola - Hypebeast)

Watch Part 1 of “SOLD OUT,” an Introduction to the World of Supreme Reselling

"Titled ‘Sold Out: The Underground Economy of Supreme Resellers’, Complex‘s new, original documentary dives into the reselling culture spawned by iconic New York streetwear brand Supreme. Including testimony from a panel of today’s streetwear experts – including former Hypebeast managing editor Eugene Kan, Highsnobiety‘s own Executive Editor Jeff Carvalho, as well as the Supreme resellers themselves – the documentary aims to uncover the business end of the third-party marketplace, and find out what it is truly like flipping Supreme for a living."

(Chris Danforth - HighSnobiety)


Swaggy P wears Kanye's lifestyle Yeezy shoes against Rockets

"Nick Young marked his new deal with Adidas and sent the Internet abuzz on Saturday night by wearing Kanye West-designed Adidas Yeezy 750 Boosts in the Los Angeles Lakers' game against the Houston Rockets."



Inside a ’70s Diary With Andy Warhol and Anna Wintour

"At first glance, Peter Schlesinger's photos could be an ordinary scrapbook of someone who spent the ’70s bouncing around London, Paris, and New York. He photographed his friends with so much familiarity and so little pretension that it takes a second look to realize most of his subjects were famous. The man tucked into the backseat of a cab is, in fact, Andy Warhol; the red-haired woman seated outside a Parisian café happens to be Grace Coddington."

(Stephanie Eckardt - NYMag)