Archive for March 17th, 2011

March 17, 2011

Video: Snow Motion

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March 17, 2011

Video: Butler’s Howard For The Win


Whew! My brackets took some hits, but I still have Butler, until the next round.

March 17, 2011

Video: Nike Better World


Nike just keeps on dominating the commercial world!

March 17, 2011

The Gang | GQ Italia

Snatched: MenStyle

March 17, 2011

Manhattan’s $90 Million Townhouse

This place is ridiculously big, it looks like Queen Elizabeth should be staying here instead of some yuppie. *shrugs*

BornRich:

This French Gothic townhouse in Manhattan has just hit the market for a whopping $90 million, and that makes it New York’s priciest pad to date. The 35-foot-wide townhouse at 4 East 80th Street was built in 1916 for the middle daughter Helena (Mrs. Charles) McCann of American retail tycoon Frank Winfield Woolworth. Late gym mogul Lucille Roberts bought the townhouse in 1995 for $6 million. Now, her family has put the home on the market. If you think the asking price is too much, you can also rent it for a cool $210,000 a month.

More pics after the jump.

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March 17, 2011

Band Of Outsiders | Hooded Double-Breasted Peacoat

Band of Outsiders Hooded Double-Breasted Peacoat

For $850, I’ll have to pass. Its a shame cause this peacoat is so damn cold!

Band of Outsiders Hooded Double-Breasted Peacoat

Band of Outsiders Hooded Double-Breasted Peacoat

Band of Outsiders Hooded Double-Breasted Peacoat

Band of Outsiders Hooded Double-Breasted Peacoat

Spotted: PorHomme

March 17, 2011

Sara Underwood

G4TV’s Attack of the Show correspondent & “Bustice” character, Sara Underwood. Never knew who she before the show and she’s pretty cool it seems. Enjoy some of the NSFW pics after the jump.

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March 17, 2011

Video: NYT Style Magazine Film “Marcelo Does Milan”

A great look into Milan fashion, which is also one of dopest fashion cities in the world, so take heed to the info in this video.

HighSnob:

The other day we came across a fantastic video of our friend Marcelo Burlon from Milan. Since The New York Times did not allow embedding, we had to ask him to upload it for us, so that we can share with you. Entitled “Marcelo Does Milan”, the ex magazine editor, turned stylist, DJ, party organizer (Pink Is Punk), blogger digs deep into the Milanese fashion scene. The video gives a great history of the Milan fashion and music scene, as well as the development of a new scene in recent years

March 17, 2011

Murakami Versailles Photos by Cedric Delsaux

MURAKAMI VERSAILLES BY PHILIPPE DAGEN, JILL GASPARINA, LAURENT LE BON

MURAKAMI VERSAILLES BY PHILIPPE DAGEN, JILL GASPARINA, LAURENT LE BON

MURAKAMI VERSAILLES BY PHILIPPE DAGEN, JILL GASPARINA, LAURENT LE BON

MURAKAMI VERSAILLES BY PHILIPPE DAGEN, JILL GASPARINA, LAURENT LE BON

MURAKAMI VERSAILLES BY PHILIPPE DAGEN, JILL GASPARINA, LAURENT LE BON

Via: Imagist

March 17, 2011

Wale Makes You Wanna JUMP!

I’m not the biggest Wale fan, but dude kinda went on this Kriss Kross instrumental. I can’t believe at one point I wore my shirts backwards.

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Respect: 2DBz

March 17, 2011

ESPN Fab Five Docu Sets Network Ratings Record

ESPN’s “30 for 30” documentary series was must-watch television in 2010. When it came out that more documentaries were going to be made in 2011 following a similar style, people naturally got excited. When it came out that the first 2011 documentary would focus on the Fab Five, people got really excited.

Promotion for the Fab Five documentary kicked into high gear in February. Reviews started coming out last week that it was, like most of the “30 for 30” docs, must-see TV. When it finally aired on Sunday night after the NCAA basketball tournament selection show, viewers realized that the hype was there for a reason — it was that good. The documentary provided a history lesson on the Fab Five, both on and off the basketball court, and gave us a glimpse into their world in the early 90s.

Between the excitement for the movie, the positive reviews, the hype and the very good time slot, the Fab Five documentary ended up garnering 2.7 million viewers. This made it the most viewed documentary in ESPN history, which includes all 30 of the docs aired last year. That is a pretty remarkable achievement, and it shows that even two decades later, the Fab Five still has drawing power.

Seen: MoLo