These stunning photos came way of Dansk #26 Fall/Winter 2011 magazine. Shot by Lowe Seger
Frankly my dear, I don't give a f*ck
Was this all it took for people such as myself to realized that skinny jeans should come to an end? After watching the VMAs I was already thinking that this dude lost his mind with those leopard print spray-on tights. Although I’m a purveyor of skinny jeans, sadly I can no longer support this trend. Maybe Weezy’s stylist made a mistake. Maybe they ran out of other jean designs. Whether if any of those things happened the trend must come to an end.
To make matters even worse, they were women’s jeggings! There’s no way I can look at Weezy the same. Hood pass revoked, rockstar card declined, masculinity turned away at the door. It’s bad enough Wayne threw out a corny subliminal diss at Jay-Z on It’s Good, and Beyonce’s pregnancy/belly rub was the highlight of the night. He decides to provide us with shitty performance to end the VMAs and wore those painted-on jeans that were made for the female gender. Why Wayne? Why? The silver lining in all this for Wayne is that his album is projected to sell 700k its first week. But the majority of people will remember his wack jab at Jay and him wearing a tranny’s nut-huggers.
Oh and if you ladies would like a pair of those fabulous jeggings (laughs) they’re made by Tripp NYC. You can buy them here for $44.
It’s amazing how the littlest or in this instance the biggest attribute can change a person’s career. For Mya it may have resurrected it. At least a few times during the week there will be a photo on Twitter of Mya looking beautifully thick, when this happens it’s retweet galore. Yes, I have fallen victim to eye-humping Mya’s photos like the rest of the male population.
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Vanity Fair Italy releases a few shots from the upcoming Pirelli 2012 Calendar. Last May 12 models were shot in Corsica, in the resort of Murtola, by Mario Sorrenti.
The magazine will be presented on December 6 in New York.
Among the 12 girls are: Lara Stone, Kate Moss, Milla Jovovich, Rinko Kikuchi, Saskia de Brauw, and Isabeli Fontana.
Israeli supermodel Bar Refaeli seems to take a ton of photos on Twitter, judging by the photos she’s pretty damn cool and she plays video games. Let’s not forget how god damn good she looks as well. I can see why Leo had such a had time letting her go. But for Blake Lively? Chill son.
Phonte unleashes dopeness along with Elzhi off of Charity Starts At Home. I feel that you should download this. Yes, do it.
Kendrick Lamar teams up with Va$htie to cook up some visual crack for you fiends.
“I had the honor of directing a music video for one of my new favorite artists – Kendrick Lamar. After falling in love with his mixtape Section.80 and playing it on repeat, I was given the choice to pick any song to direct. I settled on “A.D.H.D.” for it’s dark beat and melancholy lyrics, tones that have always resonated with me. Like most of Kendrick’s songs off Section.80, it felt like a confessional of a conflicted generation; a timeless and universal theme.
I wanted the video to illustrate the emotion he paints with words, while avoiding gratuitous shots of any substance. Despite the song’s title and content, the focus isn’t the drugs, but rather, that basic human experience of apathetic youth. That simple mood of emptiness which we choose to either address or self-medicate.
Kendrick is a monster. Not only is he gifted as a musician, but as a person, he’s an genuine sweetheart.
I hope you like the video…” – Va$htie, Director
Joan Smalls is in this video. SWOONING!
No stranger to luxury, Gucci creates quite the rich experience for their fall 2011 campaign. Making the move to film, Lenz Von Johnston, Anthon Wellsjo and Duco Ferwerda are joined by Sigrid Agren, Joan Smalls, Emily Baker and Abbey Lee Kershaw for an unforgettable experience.
The Typeshelf is a part of a new series by designer Ufuk Keskin called flat objects designed for Thirtyfive Creative Works, an up and coming design studio in NYC that specializes in creating simple and clever products. This series takes 2D objects and with interaction from the user transforms those objects in to 3D functioning products.
I’m intrigued. An actor that can actually do his own stunts. Either that or his insurance is shit.
Out September 23rd, 2011.
Directed by John Singleton
I haven’t paid much attention to Ms. Pinder in a long time. Lucky for me that I happened to stumble across this shoot for Lucy Pinder 2012 calendar for Nuts Magazine. My love for her has been restored, tenfold.
New material from everyone’s favorite red-headed songstress. And yes this shit is dope.
What we have here is Clicq’up Origami Ice Bucket by Mathias van de Walle. The whole idea is pretty damn cool. The only I problem I have is that Veuve Clicquot has ran it course, at least with me. Every brunch or dinner someone wants to order a damn bottle. Don’t get me wrong its tasty, but I’m over it. Now I’m on the quest to find another overpriced bottle of champagne to fulfill my inner smugness.
Belgium-based artist ROA happened to be in town for the Galore Festival located in the cultural area of Toftegårds place in Valby. For display he decided to wrap a dismembered serpent around a tower.
Anyone that knows me knows that I’m a huge fan of hats and accessories. Can’t fuck with regular caps. I just don’t. So once I found out that Supreme (via Freshness) had the Fall/Winter hats and accessories available August 25th, my ears perked up, pupils dilated, and palms became sweaty in anticipation of spending a shitload of money.
August 25th (Thursday) – NY & LA
August 27th (Saturday) – Japan
September 1st (Thursday) – Online
September 22nd (Thursday) – London