She-Moguls, it is already time to think about your fall boots I see.
Beyonce gives us a sneak peek at her new album with the release of her H&M ad. The 90 second clip looks more like a video with the Queen B rolling around in the sand. It’s Beyonce y’all.
If I went to the University of Oregon I would definitely snatch up a pair of these!
The University of Oregon should be every sneakerheads dream university. The perks of going to school at the University of Oregon are unparalleled for those with the itch for unique kicks. The school has been the focal point for countless limited edition sneaker releases. DJ Clark Kent gave Complex the opportunity to check out the Air Jordan III and Air Jordan IV ‘Oregon Ducks’ Collection while he
was there for the end of the year sneaker round table.
Inspired by Sarah Scott’s Grandmother’s autobiography, “A Stranger I Came,” written in 1953 about her transition from Berlin to New York. The story of her Grandmother is much like that of any modern woman of her time or ours–acclimating into American society while maintaining a sense of self.
Just for you ballin She-Moguls!!
Fred Perry has decided to release the final collaboration with Amy Winehouse.
“After much consideration and with the blessing of Amy’s family, Fred Perry has decided to release the AW11 range and wholesale the SS12 Amy Winehouse for Fred Perry Collection. Amy was passionate and dedicated to the collaboration and her signature style is clearly stamped across each piece. In such circumstances, Amy’s royalties and fees from both collections will be donated to the soon to be established Amy Winehouse Foundation. Fred Perry will also make a seasonal donation to the Foundation.”
Anja Rubik flosses in H&M’s fall/winter collection.
5BORO gives us a look at their Fall/Winter Cool.
Being organic and free spirited is not limited to the beach but to the streets, the rooftops, discotheques, and outdoor lounges around the world. Miami dove into the Nycked theory and took a few laps around two cirque du soleil performers cocooned in Xtra Life Lycra hammocks and white swim capped models with hair slicked by Cutler Salon. Eye masked polka dots inspired eye mask props and disco prints inspired 2 battery flashlight spotlights. On the feet of every Nycked model were gold pairs of Vans collabo gladiators which represented the agility of fashion and swim to stream into different product offerings. The NARS team painted dusty nude brows and sharp eye makeup of that silent sex kitten Louise Brooks, spoke miles with each orange poppy lip. The Miami runway will never be the same.
The British fashion label Fred Perry has decided to release the next collection from the Amy Winehouse collection.
“After much consideration and with the blessing of Amy’s family”, the brand announced this morning. Winehouse’s royalties and fees from both collections will be donated to the soon-to-be-established Amy Winehouse Foundation. Fred Perry will also make a seasonal donation to the Foundation.”
“When Fred Perry came to us to ask what we would like to do with the new collection it was natural to continue,” Winehouse’s father Mitch said in a statement. “Amy loved working on both collections and would want them to be made available. All the money we make and the donation that Fred Perry will give will go straight into to the Amy Winehouse Foundation which we are setting up to help children and young people in her name.”
Louis Vuitton’s Pre-Fall 2011 collection pays homage to the women of the past who embraced the modern era, wearing men’s trousers behind the wheel of streamlined cars, a touch gamine in their tuxedos, or in a more luxe, F. Scott Fitzgerald style in flapper dresses glistening with sequins over Fortuny pleats.
There is nothing retro or literal about this modernist, glamorous look, however, and later it influenced a trend in the seventies. In fact, the style of the twenties and thirties still provides subliminal inspiration for fashion today, with a look that is elegant and precious yet also practical; a quality favored in the Art Deco era, when a woman, armed with her liberated wardrobe, could set out to conquer the world while enjoying the luxuries of her newfound freedom. This Art Deco Diva, all in tweed, silk and feathers, brings a celebratory air to Autumn 2011 with her aura of luxury, seduction and power. Coats play a key role in the look, along with the omnipresent trousers and silk twill.
Following a hugely popular opening in Omotesando, the Rugby Ralph Lauren line has increased in popularity within the Japanese market. With a successful response following an initial camo release, Rugby Ralph Lauren presents a new collection of bags following that same motif, with an added skull & cross bone monogram theme. Priced between ¥13,650 JPY and ¥15,750 JPY (approximately $175 USD and $202 USD), all three can now be found through Ralph Lauren stores in Japan.