To celebrate the launch of our MW08 True Wireless Earphones and to further understand ceramic as a material that is both innovative and luxurious, we spoke with watch expert and collector George Bamford of Bamford Watch Department.
A Conversation with Katia Bassi, Chief Marketing and Communications Officer of Automobili Lamborghini
In honor of our limited-edition collection with Automobili Lamborghini, The 10,000 spoke with Katia Bassi, Chief Marketing and Communications Officer for the iconic Italian automaker.
Songwriter Ali Tamposi, known for writing the music and lyrics for hits such as “Stronger” by Kelly Clarkson and “Havana” by Camila Cabello, is one of the most talented pop songwriters working today, shaping pop music and the industry’s ever-evolving landscape.
Mazzucchelli 1849 is a global leader in the manufacturing and distribution of sheets made of cellulose acetate. Handcrafted with a smooth, beautiful and durable finish, acetate is traditionally used in the production of luxury optical and sunglass frames as well as our MW07 PLUS True Wireless Earphones.
As founder of Applied Arts, Ryan Chang celebrates specific sneakers as objects of fine art. Thanks to events including Cult Canvas (a recent auction at Sothebys that featured ultra-rare or artist created sneakers) it’s clear that the art world has followed suit.
Grace Miceli, also known as Art Baby Girl, is an artist and illustrator living in New York City. Her work, which often features fun characters and illustrations paired with clever copy, can be found across multiple mediums, from online publications to a 40-foot mural for a music venue in Brooklyn.
To celebrate the launch of our BAPE collaboration, The 10,000 spoke with Giancarlo Purch, founder of Blazendary. The prolific sneakerhead and hypebeast, known for his collection of rare and iconic streetwear, shares his obsession and tips on procuring the rarest pieces.
To celebrate our BAPE collaboration, The 10,000 spoke with Mike Nieuwstraten, better known as Baardei, about his collection of the Japanese streetwear brand, which is coveted by the likes of Sean Wotherspoon and Virgil Abloh.
Once again photographer Devin Allen finds himself holding the lens of America. Today, Allen’s ongoing documentation of the Black Lives Matter movement has landed him on the cover of TIME Magazine, the second of his career (Allen’s photograph of the 2015 Baltimore Uprising made the cover of TIME Magazine in May 2015).