Alexis Bittar Is Selling Jewelry Out Of A VW Bus At Coachella

No, he’s not hawking illegal wares at the music festival, the Bittar Bus is the latest form in “pop up” marketing and it’s driving around Saguaro Palm Springs carrying the Brooklyn based jewelry brand’s Coachella-inspired capsule collection. Read more

Please share:

Lacoste Replaces Their Famous Crocodile With Endangered Species

Launched at Paris Fashion Week 2018, fashion and sportswear brand Lacoste and Save Our Species teamed up for a special capsule collection of shirts where the classic crocodile is replaced by ten different threatened species. Read more

Please share:

Nico Tortorella and Bethany Meyers’ Breathtaking Wedding Photos

The heart wants what the heart wants. Actor Nico Tortorella and his longtime partner fitness instructor Bethany Meyers tied the knot on March 9 at the city clerk’s office in Manhattan. Far from a traditional wedding, the self-proclaimed pansexual Nico and polyamorous Bethany opted for a small courthouse wedding but still wore white and posed for pics. Read more

Please share:

A Look Back At The Life of Hubert de Givenchy

He founded one of the most famous fashion houses in France, Audrey Hepburn was his muse, inspiration and lifelong friend, and no one embodied gentlemanly elegance more than Hubert de Givenchy. The legendary designer passed away at age 91 on March 10th after a forty-year long career that leaves behind a legacy of sartorial style and heritage. Read more

Please share:

Australian Artist Ben Frost for Moschino

It hasn’t been formally advertised nor acknowledged anywhere that I could find, so I’m guessing that was part of the agreement between fashion brand Moschino and pop artist Ben Frost. But it’s clearly the Australian artist’s Lichtenstein-like artwork that appears as the textiles in both Moschino’s 2018 Fall Winter RTW collection and on the fun new capsule collection, Moschino Eyes. Read more

Please share:

2018 Oscars Red Carpet Couture By Color

If black was THE color at the last Golden Globes to show solidarity, then anything BUT black was the theme on the red carpet at last night’s Oscar ceremonies. The 90th Academy Awards brought out the celebs clad in colorful couture and only a scant few wore black. Read more

Please share:

Designers Make Down Dope For Moncler Genius

The down jacket. A staple in any winter wardrobe and most certainly the crux of Moncler’s stunning outerwear collections. Wowing just about everyone at Milan’s Fashion Week, Moncler CEO Remo Ruffini presented Moncler Genius, a presentation of eight different projects by eight different fashion designers who used the Moncler down jacket as their starting point for a unique collection. The results? Well, I hate to be cliché, but yes, it’s genius. Read more

Please share:

Nissan Self-Parking Slippers For ‘Smart’ Hotel

When it comes to hotel amenities, these rank up there with the most unique. Nissan self-parking slippers utilize the automotive brand’s ProPilot Park technology. The slippers are set with tiny wheels in the undersides and were created for a traditional Japanese Inn or Ryokan* in Hakone, Japan. Read more

Please share:

The Paul George PlayStation Nike Sneakers: PG2 PLAYSTATION

Four-time NBA All-Star Paul George has collaborated with both Nike and PlayStation to create a pair of sneakers inspired by game console’s DualShock 4 controller and the iconic symbols that have been a part of every PlayStation product. Read more

Please share:

The Celebs Who Turned The Red Carpet Black With Solidarity (Updated)

Millie Bobby Brown from Stranger Things

At tonight’s Golden Globes, black attire was the preferred dress. As a statement of resistance and/or a show of support for what is being called a movement, celebrities chose to wear all black and are posting photos and statements on social media tagged with #TIMESUP and #whyiwearblack. Read more

Please share: