An in-depth look at how people end up spending tens of thousands of dollars for trainers that might've originally retailed for a hundred dollars.
Mouse over the models and they move.
We had a think about some of the youth cultures the iconic trainers have played a part in, then recreated the best ones with models and a camera.
It's like an internet version of those guys who clown around in the street to get money out of tourists.
An intimate look at how a generation of black artists who grew up in the hip-hop era are expressing their version of the American experience.
Thanks to some confusing programming stuff, you can make these models jump through the air or grab for flying saucers.
We spoke to the guys behind the HG Facebook page to find out.
You can achieve a lot more when you're not beating people up in the street.
These kids raise horses in car parks and ride them bareback.
Two is always better than one.
Photos by Jamie Martínez and styling by Ella Cepeda.
Who says mods weren't around in the 90s?
And look, we have them here.
Advertising used to be cool. Remember that?
He also made some sex doll hoodies, so now you can look really edgy in public.
Ana Kras is a 24-year-old illustrator, photographer, designer, video-artist, architect, ballet-pose-striker and general do-er of various cool, pretty things who hails from Belgrade, Serbia. You can see a drawing of her equally pretty self above. A few mon…