The Electric jungle editorial was very refreshing for menswear. It channeled the 90’s in a great way and its great seeing models. spired by abstract imagery active lifestyle brand Allston Outfitter saw an opportunity for streetwear to be charged in tangled movements and palettes of color through magnetic patterns. It’s supplying a raw feed to the undergrowth world of inner-city fashion.Allston Outfitter collaborated with photographer JD Barnes and Creative Director Kimiko to overturn this vision and the result is a collection of photos they’ve named Electric Jungle. This combination shows a distinction between street culture and art, pushing the creativity in a brand that speaks to movement and novelty. Currently, Allston Outfitter is actively selling to over 100 specialty stores across the country. Via: NYLON
Anna Wintour knows how to shake things up, and last night’s Met Gala was no exception. When she announced the theme — white tie and decorations — menswear immediately came into focus. So, in preparation Bloomberg Television sat down with American designer Thom Browne for an inside look.
Givenchy designer Riccardo Tisci arrived to the 2014 Met Gala accompanied by supermodel Naomi Campbell and singer Erykah Badu. What do you think of their looks?
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The Met Gala is the single most important fashion event of the year. Red carpet regulars include Beyoncé, Sarah Jessica Parker, Marc Jacobs and Chrissy Teigen (just to name a few), and this year, we are expecting an appearance from Michelle Obama(fingers crossed).
The annual ball, which formally kicks off the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s yearly Costume Institute exhibit, always brings in a bevy of style stars and of course, some stunning couture. This year the theme of the night is a tribute to Charles James, America’s First Couturier, and we’re expecting to see bright colors and some over-the-top gowns.
So, who will make the best-dressed list and who should fire their stylist? See our continually updated slideshow for all the red carpet looks — and don’t forget to tell us which ones are your favorites in the comments section!
The msn was dressed in creme & black to accompany there dates to the ball. These were my favorite who rocked the looks very well.
Ebony Magazine puts the most amazing people in music on the cover for a special issue
Chanel Iman, Pharrell and a few of stylish stars stormed Webster Hall for the Sprint Sound Sessions. Pharrell took the stage, while fashionable celebs posed for the paparazzi in crop tops,leather jackets, fur, bright hues, and so much more.
t looks like Bad Gal Ri may be Playboy ready!
Even though we haven’t seen Rihanna pose for the racy magazine just yet, she’s got mouths wide open and tongues wagging as the cover girl for the new issue of LUI Magazine. On the front cover (that we’ve censored), she has her boobies and nipple ring on full display as she sunbathes in a bikini bottom. Inside, she turns up the heat just a few more notches with full nudity, complemented by tan lines, that only a weekend island visit can create.
Rihanna joins the likes of supermodel Kate Moss, who appeared nude on LUI’s March 2014 cover, and legendary entertainer Grace Jones, who also went topless on her June 1979 cover.
To coincide with the start of the NBA Playoffs, Tony Parker was tapped to cover the May issue of GQ France. In addition to his featured interview, the San Antonio Spurs point guard took part in a fashion spread. It was shot with the “dusty parking lot of Texas Pride BBQ restaurant” as a backdrop.
The publication has Parker dressed in designs from Dior Homme, Wap Two, Boss, and Polo Ralph Lauren, with accessories from Ray-Ban, Tissot and The Tie Bar x Dwyane Wade.
To read a translation of the piece, visit here. Check out some of Parker’s GQ shots below.
COMPETITION was rough, but Beyoncé was eventually voted the most influential person in accordance with The Time. Surprise album (“Beyoncé”) world tour (The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour), 2013 has been a particularly busy year for the singer, who then succeeds … Jay-Z, the most influential figure in 2013. Pharrell Williams catches the 6th place, while Matthew McConaughey, Robin Wright, Amy Adams, Miley Cyrus or Kerry Washington make their way into the top 100. “An even more important than fashion or music honor, this is embody cultural influence “responded the new boss. No French has a place in the ranking.