2017 British Grand Prix build-up in pictures | F1 Pictures

Posted on Jul 13, 2017

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12 Best PS4 Exclusives Of 2017 (So Far)

Posted on Jul 13, 2017

Sony 2017 has already been one Hell of a year for gamers so far, after it served up one of the best, most wallet-annihilating Q1 periods in recent memory. However, it’s PS4 owners in particular who have been spoiled for choice with a fantastic line-up of exclusive titles. While the Xbox One has unfortunately struggled to cobble together a compelling set of exclusives this year and the Nintendo Switch is still working on building up its first-year library, the PS4 has surged ahead with a thrilling mix of long-awaited sequels, compelling new IPs and even a few remasters of beloved classics. If you haven’t made time for these games yet, you absolute must at your nearest convenience, because they represent the best and most diverse gameplay the PS4 has to offer right now. Note: the term “exclusive” will in this instance refer to games that are either fully exclusive to the PS4 platform or only available on the PlayStation family of consoles outside of PCs, so not available on either the Xbox One or Nintendo Switch… In this post:  PS4   Posted On:  13th Jul 2017 Link to article more...

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Will The Batman Be A Full Reboot After All?

Posted on Jul 13, 2017

DC Comics It really doesn’t sound like we’re going to get Matt Reeves’ The Batman when we were originally supposed to. According to the director – who is currently promoting the excellent War For The Planet Of The Apes – he won’t be using Ben Affleck and Geoff Johns’ script at all, as he told MTV?s Happy Sad Confused podcast: ?It?s a new story. We?re starting again.? He also revealed in conversation with Uproxx what his personal drives are in making the film: ?I can fail for every single reason because of myself. I don?t want to fail because of something that I don?t believe in in the first place ? because I?m not going to know how to do it. I can respect that somebody else might know exactly how to do it. Like there are plenty of things that I?m not the right director for and I love to go see those movies. I love to see what people can do. But I can only do what I can do, and so I have to work from that perspective for self-preservation. It?s not out of any kind of like, ?My way or the highway!? It?s because that?s the way I have to do it for me to feel confident in my choices.? That doesn’t at all sound like Reeves is interested in making someone else’s vision for The Batman, hence the decision to build a script from the ground up. And as an extrapolation of that, it doesn’t sound like he’s necessarily interested in taking other people’s ideas forward. How do you reconcile that with him coming on board to an already established cinematic universe with an over-arching narrative that is apparently already mapped out? It doesn’t fit. So when he says “we’re starting again”, could he mean that the film will be a total reboot? Could we see Batman movies once more moving away from the Justice League ensemble and effectively starting a narrative timeline of their own? That would be absolutely preferable, and would make it a lot easier to tell the smaller scale, detective-led story Reeves has already been teasing without there being constant questions about where the rest of the Justice League are. Even if they don’t fully reboot it, this presumably means we won’t see Joe Mangianello’s Deathstroke, and there’s still a major question over Ben Affleck’s continued presence as Batman. In all honesty, they ought to let him leave and recast, or split Reeves’ Batman away from the DCEU by casting a younger actor and calling it a prequel/reboot and concentrating on Batman’s earlier years. It’s one thing to have the wise, old Batman in the Justice League films (and nobody would be against Affleck turning up in those sequels as the timeline is already established), but do we really want to see solo films about a post-retirement, ageing Batman? We’ve...

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Folk x Goss Collaboration

Posted on Jul 12, 2017

by Keanu Adorable British brand Folk have collaborated with the ever so talented Goss Brothers, no not Matt and Luke tut, on a capsule collection and gallery pop-up shop. The menswear collection fuses art, fashion and literature in a collaboration with the artists Nick and Phil Goss. The collection of around 20 pieces is the result of an ongoing exploration of the J.G.Ballard novel, The Drowned World. This dystopian sci-fi book creates a vision of the future where the ice caps have melted and the planet is burning up. London is unfortunately submerged under water, a nightmarish, stinking tropical swamp where alligators and strange prehistoric reptiles are unleashed and pelicans squawk in the angry red sky. It?s a work of fiction, at the moment,  but for the artists, it strikes a very raw nerve. The collaboration is the result of a chance meeting between Folk?s founder Cathal Mcateer and Nick Goss in the brand?s Soho store. ?Nick was wearing my favourite Folk jacket,? recalls Mcateer. They got chatting and realised they shared a mutual admiration for each other?s work. Mcateer had seen Nick?s work in the Josh Lilley Gallery and connected with his paintings. ?A lot of the way I make paintings is really material based,? says Nick Goss who experiments with the fabric quality of the canvas, using fabric dye to create otherworldly landscapes. ?I tend to use lots of linens and fabrics and stain them and I?m really drawn to natural indigos, bright yellow ? real Folk colours. It?s probably why I was drawn to Folk in the first place.? It is a meeting of minds and aesthetics.For their first fashion collaboration, the brothers took The Drowned World as their inspiration. It taps into the current feeling of unease and instability in the world, politically and environmentally. RCA graduate Phil Goss has a more illustrative quality to his work and his drawings ? flamingos, reptiles and zig zags of water ? add a surreal quality to Nick?s more painterly radioactive sunsets and watery reflections.?The Drowned World lets you into this crazy other world of hyper intense imagery and atmosphere,? says Phil Goss. The resulting collection is a bold and graphic taste of the novel itself, transposed eloquently onto limited edition T-shirts, shorts, summer shirts and sweatshirts. This is wearable art. A pop-up shop on London?s Redchurch Street will fuse gallery and retail space to show the clothing against a backdrop of the Goss Brothers? paintings and drawings. ?More now than ever, people want to connect what?s going on in the world with what they are wearing,? says Cathal Mcateer. ?Our safe world of London is being disrupted more than we have ever experienced it. I feel confident doing this collaboration with the Goss Brothers. It feels right. It?s about the garment and the art. I?m looking forward to these different elements coming together.? Folk x Goss Brothers pop up shop...

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6 of the best ? Sunglasses Brands You Might Not Know

Posted on Jul 11, 2017

Words by Charlie Britton Sunglasses are most definitely a seasonless accessory and here at Clothes Make The Man, we?re certain the warmer weather is a perfect excuse to update your eyewear armoury. From New York designers to Italian craftsmen, we?ve picked out 6 of the best design led, forward thinking sunglasses brands and ranges that should be on your essentials list this summer. Forget the norm and put down those Wayfarers gents, it?s time for an upgrade. Bape Otherwise known as ?A Bathing Ape?, Japanese clothing brand Bape is most often associated with streetwear. As an ever-growing brand, Bape continues to produce iconic garments such as the ?Shark Hoodie? and designs such as ?Bape Camo? which can be seen in the streetwear scene across the world. Part of the Nowhere Co., Ltd company, Bape has now expanded its range to offer an edgy but contemporary collection of fashionable sunglasses and glasses frames, perfect for the summer season. Chunky silhouettes and round lensed frames make up part of the collection, with interesting textures and design details running throughout. It?s obvious that Bape has been very consistent as their clothing range is definitely reflected through their glasses design. If you fancy picking up a pair that?ll definitely turn heads this summer, you can shop their full range here. Movitra Created to keep up with your pace and lifestyle, Movitra is an Italian glasses brand that produces some truly unique glasses. Fitted with a 360 movement system, Movitra glasses bend and twist each and every way to help prevent breakages. The design itself is very unique, making use of both contrasting half and half frames and lenses, depending on the style, which brings quite an interesting finish to these glasses. If you?re looking for some shades that wont stand in the shade this summer, you can find Movitra?s engineered eyewear here. Illesteva Another Italian made brand that has made our top 6 is Illesteva. This sunglasses brand started in 2010 and aims to design and produce sunglasses using classic shapes and styles with contemporary materials. Made in family-run factories in Italy, these glasses are designed in New York, carry a high standard of excellence and are made with simplicity and practicality in mind. You can shop the Illesteva collections here. Grey Ant The brand name is as unique as the product with Grey Ant. A reinvention of the traditional style of glasses, Grey Ant reinterprets the shapes and silhouettes and produces some extremely interesting eyewear pieces for the modern man and woman. Hand made in Italy and Japan and produced in limited quantities, the brand lives up to their unique selling point of ensuring quality and individuality are paramount. You can view the whole range here. Westward Leaning Since its launch in 2012, Westward Leaning have grown to become one of the worlds leading independent sunglasses brands. Unisex, mirrored lenses and universally-flattering are the 3 things that best describe this brand as they...

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