We are excited to announce the release of our "A Moment of Silence" editorial, featuring a selection pieces from the SS-15 collection by Daily News Project, as well as Dr. Martens, Topman, and Zara. With this editorial, we aim to showcase the modern silhouettes that complement both male and female physiques. We hope that women will appreciate and embrace the "stolen boyfriend's wardrobe" vibe. Check out the preview photos below, and click HERE to view the full editorial.
Black short sleeve tee with our signature "Distant Places" print on the back. Constructed with 100% high grade cotton jersey. Slim-fit with a slightly elongated body. Designed and manufactured in Toronto, Canada. Now available HERE.
Known for our monochromatic palette, we felt as though it was important to introduce a hint of colour to the Flight School collection. Designed and constructed in the same fashion as the black and white pieces, this red short features a removable (button in) front flap, elastic and drawstring waistband, as well as a back patch pocket. Now available HERE in limited numbers.
I'm excited to be DJ'ing alongside my New York-based homie and big bro Brendan Fallis at EFS for the Mackage x Toronto Fashion Week after-party in Toronto tonight. Send us an email at email@example.com for guest-list to the event.
We'd like to thank Portugal-based blog and brand Against All Odds for showing the brand love and sharing an interview with Guillaume Viau, Co-Founder and Creative Director of Daily News Project, as a complement to their article on our “Flight School” collection and lookbook. Read the exclusive interview in full here. We hope you enjoy, and thank you for the support!
Constructed of black polyester mesh, this Daily News Project baseball jersey features a white appliqué stripe around collar and placket, as well as six buttons. Designed with locally sourced materials. Available for purchase HERE.
With this piece, we have brought our signature layered construction to a pair of classic mesh shorts. The basketball-inspired short features a removable (button in) front flap, elastic and drawstring waistband, as well as a back patch pocket. Now available HERE in three limited colourways, including black, white, and red.
We are excited and proud to announce the launch of our Flight School collection for Spring/Summer 2015. Flight School isn’t necessarily about ‘flight’ in the literal sense; it’s about a personal journey, taking a leap into the unknown, and building a legacy for your own self. Now available exclusively online here.
Along with the launch of our Flight School collection for SS–15, we are introducing new packaging details that reflect the Daily News Project aesthetic. Each delivery will include a black and gold risograph 'Thank You' card, as well as a set of stickers and buttons.
Did you ever want to see how one of the biggest singers in music lives at home? Well, you won't have to any longer. Thanks to Fader and their all access pass into Miguel's abode, we get to tag along as he took them on a full tour of his premises. Get inspired and for all of our fellow entrepreneurs out there, keep grinding, maybe Fader will do a feature on you someday. Happy Hump Day.
OG Maco sat down with the folks at Fader and was brutally honest about how much he hates his hit song "U Guessed It". It's pretty fascinating to hear an artist be so critcial about his own hit record especially when considering that this song is what has made him famous. Maco gains a lot of respect for his honesty and gives more insight into his way of thinking; he's a really sharp guy. Check out the interview below and please be advised that the language might require viewer discretion.
Atlanta raised rapper OG Maco is one of the hottest emerging artists in hip-hop right now thanks to his hit record, "U Guessed It". It's high-octane with unique vocal sounds from OG overlaying a relatively simply beat. Enjoy your Tuesday DNP family.
Even presidents are human, so thanks to Jimmy Kimmel Live, President Obama got a chance to read some mean tweets written about him by various online critics from twitter. Regardless of your thoughts on the President, he once again shows great class and that he's a good sport in participating in this bit.
Seven year old Alex Pring became ABC News' Person of the week this past week; Alex was born with a portion of his right arm missing but has always remained optimistic throughout. So in a big surprise he got to meet Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man) who presented Alex with a bionic arm made out via 3D Printing. The arm was desgined by Albert Manero and his engineering team from the University of Central Florida. It's a really touching moment to see how special young Alex is and how he shares such great characteristics as a real life superhero.