Category Archives: Fashion

Who Rocked the Red Carpet

Gosling vs Efron


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zac efron the lucky one

The sizing and proportions on both Zac Efron and Ryan Gosling’s suits fit perfectly however Ryan’s choice of bold color gives him the edge. The bold color turns the ordinary black tie look into extraordinary and makes him stand out. Zac Efron is posing for his upcoming movie The Lucky One costarring Taylor Schilling and written by my favorite author Nicholas Sparks who also wrote the Notebook and Dear John. See it in theaters this Friday!!! Ryan Gosling is wearing custom-made suits by Salvatore Ferragamo and Gucci. Coincidentally, he was the star of the aforementioned Nicholas Sparks movie the Notebook and also stars in Drive and Ides of March.

The Hundreds

J Cole for GQ

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J Cole’s debut album Cole Worl: The Sideline Story is in stores Sept 27
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Diamond Supply Co

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Watch: Diamond Supply Co

My Philosophy on style

Fresh Kids


A.P.C

APC New Cures are the jeans Kid Cudi mostly wears as pictured below as well as my personal favorites…

Retro Super Future shades, Ralph Lauren flannel, American Apparel t-shirt, A.P.C. jeans, and Vans Authentics

Bruno Mars in GQ

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Fedora by 1773 by Christys London. Tee by Balmain Homme. Pants by Thom Browne. Suspenders by Topman. Sneakers by Jack Purcell for Converse.

For his interview in GQ magazine, Bruno Mars stated “I’m not gonna preach that I’m a role model. I’m a f—— musician! But I’ve learned people are watching, so don’t do nothing stupid,” Whether he likes it not, Mars’ fans are going to view him as a role model. That just comes naturally with the territory of being a celebrity. A lesson he learned the hard way when he was booked for cocaine possession in Vegas last year.

We know where he stands on being a role model, but I wonder what his stance is on being a style icon. Based on his stylish photo spread for the men’s magazine, he’s certainly setting himself for that role. There isn’t a single outfit in the fashion editorial that I wouldn’t wear. I would rock the shizz out of each and every single outfit.

bruno mars gq

Fedora by Still Life. Jacket by Dolce & Gabana. Tee by Topman. Jeans by Shipley & Halmos. Shoes by Sebago. Belt by Gucci. Watch by Jaeger-LeCoultre. Sunglasses by Ray Ban.

Denny Wenny

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I like this look. Its preppy. Its a Ralph Lauren shirt, H&M Letterman Jacket, Abercrombie & Fitch rolled-up shorts, and Nike Sb Stefan Janoski

denny

denny
Hat by Supreme, Blazer by Ralph Lauren, Tie by H&M, Shirt by UNIQLO, Jeans by H&M, Shoes by Sperry Topsiders, Suitcase by Alex Folzi

Heres Denny, one of my current fashion idols. Check out his blog and add him on facebook

Pharrell is a Man of Style

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In an age of Multitasking hyphenates, Pharrell Williams takes it to a new level – producer/singer (his funk-rock band, N¤E¤R¤D, has a CD due in spring) and fashion magnate (he co-designs Billionaire Boys Club and Ice Cream). Oh, and there’s a jewelry line he has designed for Louis Vuitton that arrives in stores this season. Stylewise, the 34-year-old whiz is equally versatile – debonair in a Ralph Lauren suit, skater-coll in Japanese anime-inspired T-shirt, and as gilded as King Midas (his iPod is encased in gold). “Not Midas,” he demurs. “I prefer Richie Rich!”

Q: Your street wear labels, Billionaire Boys Club and Ice Cream, mix hip-hop, skate and sci-fi styles. What inspired the looks?
A: It’s basically everything I ever wanted as a kid but couldn’t afford – and if I could have afforded it, no one was making it. When I met (Japanese Designer) Nigo, all of my dreams came to fruition, and the lines and stores are a collaboration with him. It’s all made in Japan, using high-quality fabrics. Working with Nigo is like interning for Steven Spielberg.

Q: Did you have any style icons growing up in Virginia Beach?
A: I was a kid who wore Vans and Vision Streetwear, bad T-shirts, plaid pants and weird haircuts. But I admired Rakim. He was the best rapper, and stylistically he was about big gold chains, classic sneakers and customized Dapper Dan threads (the clothier to old-school rappers). Billionaire Boys Club has some eighties influences – some of it reminds me of what LL (Cool J) used to wear when I was a kid. Ice Cream is more about skate culture.

Q: Who has envy-worthy style now?
A: George Clooney, Brad Pitt – and Robert Redford has always had good style. Fashion has to reflect who you are, what you feel at the moment, and where you’re going. It doesn’t have to be right, doesn’t have to be loud. Just has to be you.

Q: Which labels do you gravitate to?
A: I like different pieces from Louis Vuitton, Lanvin and Purple Label from Ralph Lauren – that fits me perfectly. I like Hermes bags: I’ve got four vintage Haut a Courroies, which is the bag made before the Birkin. I have one in purple baby croc with me today. I throw my laptop and all my things in there when I’m heading to the studio. I’m not precious with them.

Q: Do you ever buy clothes for a woman?
A: I wouldn’t buy a girl clothes to impress her. As a gift for my girl, flats and bags are good options. Balenciaga is dope: you could never go wrong with one of his bags.

Q: And what is it about flats that turns you on?
A: I love Lanvin flats. There’s something so sexy about them. I like it when girls leave them on in those unexpected moments.

Q: Getting into bed with Louis Vuitton – first for an eyewear line, now jewelry – is also kind of unexpected. How did that happen?
A: Marc Jacobs brought me in to do sunglasses with Nigo, and now we’re working on jewlery. It’s a huge collection, mostly women’s styles, using gold, diamonds, sapphires and rubies. There are ethnic, art deco and aristocratic influences – it’s pretty sick. We even created a different LV logo for it.

Q: For a while you were sporting mega-chain necklaces over Ts and sweatshirts. Is that still hip?
A: That was an ode to an old hip-hop era. I’m more subtle now. I don’t like ice, and I don’t like Bling, I just like jewelry – beautiful stones and incredible settings. I’m not a loud or look-at-me individual. And even when it seemed like I was, it was more a sence of artistic expression.

Q: If your house was burning, what jewelry would you try to save?
A: If it’s burning. I’m not meant to have it. Besides, it’s all insured. Jacob (the jeweler) and Lorraine Schwartz have done great work for me.

Q: Is it still cool to flash boxer shorts above the raistline of your jeans?
A: I never knew that was cool. Naturally, if your pants are sagging, shorts may show a bit, but it was never the intention. It’s not for me.

Q: Plus, you’re a little older, more sophisticated. Where do you call home these days, and what’s your decorating ethos like?
A: I live in Miami mostly. I like free-flowing forms and a lot of windows. I prefer monotone spaces in which the art and the plants inject the color and the life. I’ve got a lot of pieces by (New Jersey artist) KAWS. He’s incredible. He appropriates characters from cartoons, advertising-you name it.

Q: Are you exited by home design as you are by fashion?
A: Actually, I’m designing a line of furniture. It might be ready in time for a debut at Art Basel in Switzerland in June. My fabricators are the ones (industrial designer) Marc Newson works with. I’ve aligned myself with the best of the best. I get to work with kings.

Q: How much time do you have for romance?
A: I have no social life, but it’s worth it. There’s no creativity in partying-not for me.

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