To top
21 Feb

Best London Fashion Week Street Style Fall 2016

DIEGO ZUKO

As Fashion Month heads to its second stop in London, Diego Zuko is tracking the fashion flock's best street style looks outside the Fall 2016 collections.

DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
DIEGO ZUKO
[vc_column...
Continue reading
21 Feb

Rihanna Beats Kanye As The Most Talked About Designer On Twitter

landscape-1456018552-image-1

Despite selling out Madison Square Garden for his Yeezy Season 3 show, dropping acontroversial new album and making headlines for his increasingly frequent Twitter rants of late, Kanye West did not generate the biggest buzz during New York Fashion Week.
According to data collected by Twitter, Rihanna's debut collection for Puma dominated the #NYFW conversation. Puma and Rihanna both took the number-one spot for most talked about brand and most mentioned celebrity, respectively. Plus, the image Rihanna shared from her inaugural runway show ranked among the week's most viral photos with over 17,200 retweets and 35,500 favorites.

It’s a wrap! Thank you @PUMA squad. The debut #FENTYxPUMA collection is coming! pic.twitter.com/AfthPaOH2V
— Rihanna (@rihanna) 2016년 2월 13일

Kanye may claim to be "50 percent more...
Continue reading
21 Feb

Leonardo Dicaprio’s Swedish doppelganger Makes His Modeling Debut

landscape-1455988302-11324269-1444841682499130-1737934225-n

Last fall, 21-year-old Konrad Annerud caught major attention for his remarkable resemblance to a certain Hollywood A-lister, Leonardo DiCaprio. With his flopped-over, dirty blonde mane and brooding, bad boy gaze, Annerud's looks harken back to a 90s-era Leo—which is arguably the best Leo of all. So it's safe to say, we haven't seen the last of him yet.

Hey guys! I saw some fake Twitter accounts that were writing some random stuff.. My one and only Twitter is "KAnnerud" ? ?: @stella_cocozza
Konrad Annerud(@konradannerud)님이 게시한 사진님, 2015 11월 9 오전 6:41 PST

Foto: @watsonemmma

Konrad Annerud(@konradannerud)님이 게시한 사진님, 2014 8월 26 오전 8:19 PDT

And here's Leo, for comparison:

? #whatseatinggilbertgrape #Leonardodicaprio #Leonardo #Dicaprio #titanic #jackdawson #jackandrose #titanicmovie #thebasketballdiaries #romeoandjuliet #wolfofwallstreet #thegreatgatsby The Basket Ball Diaries??(@leonard0.dicaprio)님이 게시한 사진님,...
Continue reading
21 Feb

2 Fresh Takes on the Hair Scarf—Straight From the London Runways

head-scarves
Call it the Cara Delevingne effect. This morning in London both Preen and Mary Katrantzou sent out their Fall 2016 collections of printed dresses and graphic jackets topped by the It Brit’s favorite hair accessory: the everyday hair scarf. ForPreen’s Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi, thick black sculptural fabrics were tied around the neck and wrapped around the crown over a fuzzy bed-rumpled texture. Paired with Val Garland’s smoldering, full rimming of black eyeliner, the black cloths were a simple and playful solution to leaning into slept in hair and makeup. For Katrantzou, a delicate square piece of silk served to fully cover slick, center parted lengths, a look one would imagine would be just as practical for protecting your blowout...
Continue reading
18 Feb

Handicapping the Best Street Style of the Season

1
Winning the Cut's Golden Peacock Award for best Fashion Week street style takes an insane level of commitment. You need to agonize over whether you're wearing the precise combination of chic, weird, and coolthat'll lure in the photographers, but you also need to pretend you couldn't care less. Then comes the awkward moment when you show up and find that everyone's wearing the same Vetements dress or Gucci loafers. And then there are the Peacock elites who show up looking incredible in random vintage one day, only to turn up the next day in a head-to-toe runway looking blessed by the designer himself. As New York Fashion Week kicks off, who stands to take it all this season? Will it be Shiona Turini, our first-ever winner?...
Continue reading
18 Feb

These South Korean Dancers’ Slay-Full Take on “Formation” Is Like Nothing You’ve Ever Seen

1

If you needed any further proof that Beyoncé's influence is felt all over the globe, check out Seoul, South Korea's 1Million dance studio's hard-hitting take on "Formation." Trust us, it slays.

Image Source: YouTube user 1Million Dance Studio
Image Source: YouTube user 1Million Dance Studio

Writting by LINDSAY MILLER,
Source - http://www.popsugar.com/celebrity/Formation-Dance-Choreography-Video-40239574

...
Continue reading
18 Feb

Kanye Responds To Kylie’s Puma Collab

1455742429-hbz-kylie-index

Update, 2/18: Kanye West has reacted to sister-in-law Kylie Jenner's news that she's fronting Puma's spring campaign in a decidedly un-Kanye-like fashion. TMZ  spotted West at LAX on Wednesday and asked his thoughts on the situation, to which he calmly responded, "She already signed. And I was mad for a little bit. I'm really happy for her, though." So, is that the end of it? Probably not. Stay tuned.

[h/t Us Weekly]
Original Post, 2/17: One of Kanye West's many Twitter tirades of late focused on the rumor that his sister-in-law, Kylie Jenner, would be collaborating with Puma. This didn't fly with West, who designs his Yeezy line with Adidas: "She already signed," he said. "And I was mad for a little bit. I'm really happy for her, though."

[vc_single_image image="10984" img_size="full"...
Continue reading
18 Feb

7 Essential Layering Lessons From Marc Jacobs

1
Marc Jacobs has perfected the art of fashion 180. The past four runway seasons have seen the designer send out long-line futuristic neutrals, uniform-inspired voluminous frocks, strict Diana Vreeland–influenced maxi dresses, and a full-throttle ode to Americana that included everything from varsity sweaters to Fiorucci homages. The one constant in Jacobs’s work: layering. Put bluntly, no one layers like Marc Jacobs. The prime example is his Fall 2006 collection, in which almost every look included up to seven ready-to-wear pieces tucked over and under one another. At the time, Vogue.com’s Nicole Phelpsdescribed it as “a troupe of vagabonds in muted layers of plaid flannel, oversize knits, skirts worn atop pants, legwarmers, and tams whose cumulative effect was paradoxically chic.” So when it...
Continue reading
18 Feb

K-Pop Star Kris Wu on Kobe Bryant, Burberry, and Upping His Style Game

img-112ef8e2e4557fb72873ff079eebb3bf
Photo: Getty Images
Photo: Getty Images
Pop stars have an unquestionable influence on fashion, but only a select few have the impact of Kris Wu, the Chinese-Canadian K-pop idol whose every move is watched by legions of fans around the globe. Known for his adventurous taste in streetwear and uncanny ability to spark a trend, Wu has spent 2016 cementing his status as an international name to watch. From appearing on the runway forBurberry’s menswear show to playing on Drake’s team during the NBA All-Star Celebrity game, Wu has been seemingly everywhere of late—and he’s just been cast in the action film xXx: The Return of Xander Cage. On the heels of the All-Star weekend in Toronto, we caught up with...
Continue reading
18 Feb

The Hidden Montreal Neighborhood That’s Winning Over the Creative Set

Photo: Courtesy of Manitoba
It’s just a stone’s throw from the vibrant, colorful Jean-Talon Market, in Montreal’s Little Italy, and an equally short hop from the boho-verging-on-bourgeois Mile End neighborhood, but Montreal’s Mile-Ex feels like a lost enclave, a bubble unto itself. When the creatives started getting priced out of Mile End, it became time to look for newer pastures, but there seemed to be a psychological barrier to moving west. “This was a weird part of town, like a no-man’s-land,” said Guillaume Brisson-Darveau, an artist now living in that once “weird” part of town. Today, the Mile-Ex is now the most interesting area in town, with cafés, restaurants, art-filled factories, and all the things that nurture and cultivate a creative crowd. Long a largely...
Continue reading