Tuesday, February 9, 2016
Monday, February 8, 2016
Gigi Hadid, she of the 12.9 million Instagram followers, has already settled into "supermodel" territory, but no matter how much success a model has achieved, landing the cover of Vogue Paris for the first time is a huge milestone — and one that Hadid can now add to her list of accomplishments.
Milk, the bicoastal "cultural hub" and creative media company that works with fashion, music, photography and film clients, just launched a tangible version of what its vision of "cool" means. Milk Makeup, an ambitious 85-piece cosmetics and skin care collection, was introduced earlier in January and becomes available at Sephora.com on Monday.
Thursday, February 4, 2016
When I met with former Style.com editors Katharine K. Zarrella and Amber Kallor at the Mercer on Monday, they both said that working at the now-defunct digital publication was the kind of dream job they could only imagine as two women growing up far from fashion's epicenter. So Condé Nast's announcement in April that it would shut down the site by the end of the summer was disappointing news, to say the least.
That old saying about keeping everything in moderation, or whatever? Yeah, British GQ is down to call that bluff. Over the weekend, the magazine revealed the covers, plural, for its special-edition March 2016 issue, all five of which feature living Adonis David Beckham. It's a glorious, chiseled display of excess if we've ever seen one, and much-appreciated at that.
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
And just like that, it’s February Fashion Week again. Last night, Dockers took over ArtBeam with celebrities and industry friends in celebration of their 30th anniversary and to kick-off opening night of New York Fashion Week: Men’s. The venue opened at 6:30 p.m., and by 7 p.m., they were over-capacity by nearly 200, which left guests waiting anxiously (some irritated) in line. However, it turned out to be well worth the wait.
UPDATE: Tickets for the YEEZY Season 3 show at Madison Square Garden have been listed on Ticketmaster and will go on pre-sale tomorrow. Tickets will be available to the general public beginning Friday.
We are excited that the Picnic is growing each year,” said Roots Picnic co-founder Shawn Gee. “We are laser focused on building an amazing fan experience and continuing to build a diverse lineup that matches the collective tastes and interests of the curators, Questlove and Black Thought of the Legendary Roots Crew. This year is going to be a lot of fun!”
Last year’s lineup included The Weeknd, Erykah Badu, A$AP Rocky, Rae Sremmurd, and DJ Mustard, while John Legend, Janelle Monáe, Nas, Kid Cudi, and Public Enemy have performed in previous years.
Tickets go on sale Friday, Feb. 5 at noon. Check out the full lineup below.
Rihanna is bringing ANTI to the BRIT Awards. The global superstar is set to return to London’s O2 Arena for her first BRITs performance since 2012 when she performed “We Found Love.” This marks her fourth appearance at the BRITs, known as the U.K.’s biggest awards show.
The 6 God is coming. During Saturday’s episode of OVO Sound Radio, Drake announced an April release date for his long-awaited album Views From the 6.
Even though most automotive enthusiasts prefer the designs of classic Ferrari cars instead of modern ones, there’s no denying the fact that many contemporary Ferrari concepts look absolutely breathtaking. The Ferrari F80, for example, is a masterpiece envisioned by Adriano Raeli, and it is meant to represent a successor to the renowned LaFerrari model.
What you’re admiring right now is a luxurious full-displacement superyacht that could easily be mistaken for a sports vessel thanks to its aggressive yet elegant exterior design. Dubbed Ann G, this fabulous yacht was built in The Netherlands by a shipyard named Heesen, and it measures 164 feet in length. It is powered by a pair of MTU M63 diesel engines, and it can reach a top speed of 15.6 knots.