Staying relevant on the go.

1. There’s no escaping Pharrell’s hat. It even has its own parody twitter account.  If you’ve ever wondered about the hat’s origins, Malcolm McLaren wore it first.
McLaren sought “the look of music and the sound of fashion” and brought us Duck Rock, the first album that combined hip-hop, world music and scratching.

2. Got a case of the Mondays? Treat yourself to a V-files t-shirt that mashes the ‘90s-era Calvin Klein logo with Chicago rapper (and sometimes delinquent) Chief Keef.

3. St. Vincent paid tribute to Kurt Cobain during her show with a cover of Nirvana’s “Lithium”. Watch the fan-captured video.

4. Spanish street artist Borondo has taken his work to the streets of London. His raw style of painting is characterized by scratching the paint off glass or other surfaces.

5. Artist Joanne Greenbaum’s first exhibition with the Rachel Uffner Gallery is on display from March 8–April 20, 2014. Her works introduce different forms, cutout shapes and negative spaces to each canvas of beautiful, abstract monsters.
[Photo sources: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5]