It's a tough task keeping up to date with what's going on in the world sometimes. Seemingly every week there are elections, terrorist attacks, wars, and all those other very serious things, as well new music, books, films, art exhibitions and mountains of new stuff to spend your money on.

There are more distractions than ever out there, so to save you some time and energy, we've wrapped up some tidbits from the week into one handy space. Below you'll find a selection of newsworthy stories, mostly fashion related, that didn't quite make it onto the Highsnobiety main pages, but are still well worth feasting your eyes upon.

Here's five stories worth your attention this week.

Ader Error Released Its NSFW Video Editorial "Healthy Boy"

Korean label Adel Error released a NSFW editorial video showcasing pieces from its recent collection. It features model Lucy Rodriguez as a teenage, chain-smoking badass alongside another model, Tom Renotte, as a skinny, milk-drinking nerd. There's also some new gear with "Healthy Boy" branding, and the video is soundtracked by Majken Christensen's "Where It All Begins."

Uniform Wares Launched a New Men's Watch Collection

Uniform Wares has launched a new range of men's watches within its FW16 M and C line collections. These include a bead blasted linked bracelet, shell cordovan leather and a PVD linked braclet. They're available now starting at $860.

Mykita & Maison Margiela Dropped Another Banging Pair of Sunglasses

Mykita and Maison Margiela are back at it again. Following last month's reworked aviator, the two brands are back with a brand new style, imaginatively named the MMRAW004. What it lacks in name it makes up for in style, the characteristic keyhole nose bridge is taken to the extreme, and a wide and virtually straight top line adds further no-nonsense edge to the frame. Cop away.

Chocoolate Celebrated Its 10th Anniversary by Collaborating With Hot Toys on a Super Rare Iron Man Figure

To celebrate its 10th anniversary, Singapore brand Chocoolate has teamed up with Hot Toys to release a super rare "Sub-Zero" Iron Man figure. The figure stands at 30cm high, is made from imitation carbon fiber, and comes with flashing red LED eyes.

Head over to Chocoolate for more information regarding prices and release dates.

WRKDEPT Journeyed to Mexico for Its SS17 Collection

After mining the murals and visual language of Southern Mexico’s indigenous Chiapas region for inspiration, WRKDEP has unveiled its SS17 collection. The Mexico vibes are expressed in the collection’s pleated and flowing skirts, shorts, shirts and jackets. Elsewhere, dresses and long T-shirts open up with playful side slits while button-up shirts and tunics feature open, bell-shaped cuffs and sleeves.

That's your lot for now. Catch up on last week's news here

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