Eli Escobar has been on the New York underground music scene and has kept people dancing since the 90s.  The globetrotting musician is known for his signature 4/4 disco and house beats and his Escobar's video for "Work It" on Dither Down  giving us the right Friday night vibe.

WATCH IT | From Mariah to Ariana, These Divas Are Our #WCW

Titled The Evolution Of Female Singers 1950s - 2010s, the compilation features famous ladies like Aretha, Etta, Diana, Chaka, Janis, Madonna, Celine, Whitney, Lorde, Beyonce, Mariah, Aaliyah and Ariana whose powerful voices and generation defining songs have made them all legends.

SEE IT | The DIY Mentality of Hacking Couture

As Anonymous and WikiLeaks have shown us, information can be found, altered, and used for bad or good. Hacking Couture, an online fashion project created by Giana Pilar Gonzalez, has tapped into our age's obsession with hacking, building, and reinventing. 
November 04, 2016 by Matt Scheffler

WATCH | How To Video: Zip Off, Zip On Parts = Remix Our Bags That Evolve With You

BAMIN bags are like Legos and composed of interchangeable parts, you can constantly mash them up and remix them — changing shapes, colors and materials — to create limitless new styles that fit your evolving life, anytime you want. We created a video to show you how it all works with Vogueing inspired music you can jam to by Joe Ashworth. Enjoy.

December 18, 2014 by Robert Cordero

BAMIN NOTES | News: Welcome To, Build x Buy x Remix

Welcome to the new BAMIN (Build And Make It Now) site! For most of 2014, we’ve been largely invite-only, but today, we’ve opened up our proverbial digital doors to the public.
We’ve revamped our look with compelling new editorial creatives—which will be published over the course of a few months—and a how to video. These were shot by photographer Justin Borbely, art directed by Lucas Lefler and casted by Samuel Ellis Scheinman starring models Gustav Swedberg and Alexandra Rudakova

#BAMINATE | John Galliano’s Going Back to School

How do you wear BAMIN (Build And Make It Now)?
Despite being ousted from his own house and the house of Christian Dior after a highly-publicized anti-Jew drunken rampage in 2011, John Galliano is slowly making a comeback.
Oscar de la Renta brought Galliano on in February to help style his F/W 2013 show, and now Parsons has announced that they’re offering a three-day master class called “SHOW ME EMOTION!” taught by Galliano, which will explore the power and role of emotions in the creative process.

MOMENTS | Link Up: Glitche, Prada Literary Contest, Toy Story and “The Walking Dead”, Christian Lacroix Couture, Drake Riffs

Staying relevant on the go.

“Be daring, be different, be impractical, be anything that will assert integrity of purpose and imaginative vision against the play-it-safers, the creatures of the commonplace, the slaves of the ordinary.” —Sir Cecil Beaton
1. Move over Vine. Glitche is an iOS App that turns your photos into glitchy, distorted digital art.
2. Prada launches literary contest in order to find “new artists who can see the world with a unique, rare gaze.”

February 17, 2014 by Robert Cordero

MOMENTS | Link Up: Psy, Makr Shakr Bartender, Hatsune Miku, Alexander Wang x Balenciaga, Anonymous Journal Entries

Staying relevant on the go.

“A lot of my work is a matter of reacting to surprises in life.” —Alexander Wang
1. Could summer’s latest dance craze be upon us? Psy releases the Follow up to “Gangman Style”— “Gentleman M/V.
2. Meet Makr Shakr, a robotic bartender to be unveiled at Google I/O next month.

#BAMINATE | How Would David Bowie Wear BAMIN?

Visionary musician and master of disguises David Bowie is making a comeback this year—not like he ever really left—very much contrary to the reports that he was embracing the quiet life.
He has a retrospective at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum (up through August 11th), a new album out last month, The Next Day, and is apparently in the running for Time magazine’s “Most Influential People” list.

MAKER | Iris van Herpen Turns Water into… a Dress

A celebration of the creatives who remix their craft in thought-provoking new ways. 
Though Dutch designer Iris van Herpen has been relatively unknown in the fashion world up until her debut at the Paris Haute Couture shows in 2011, her lines have always experimented with the latest in digital concepts and technologies—everything from electronic rays and synesthesia to microprocessors and the flexible 3D-printed dresses seen in her latest collection Voltage.