Justin Theroux in Wear It Now in GQ October 2011
Justin Theroux in Wear It Now in GQ October 2011
I accessorise my Swatch with a Garfield plaster. It’s mainly so I won’t get any blood on my watch.
Arctic Sea Lady Originals Watch courtesy of SWATCH. Garfield Bandage from CVS/Bathroom cabinet.
For some reason, I asked for Helmut Lang tickets. Poor guy was hella confused. Since I attended the MFAH on a Thursday when the museum has free entry (corporate sponsorship, gaaah) but it also makes the exhibitions half price. Since I have a baby face (or look poor), the guy gave me a student ticket for the bargain price of $3.50!
Although I didn’t enjoy being followed around the museum. Seriously, even my sticky fingers would have issues.
You can swim on the beach at Galveston Island, just not next to the rocks.
The picture is misleading, I admit.
For those of you who are unaware, I’m back in the second motherland of the US of A.
It’s too hot to do anything.
An article of footwear with an automatic lacing system is disclosed. The automatic lacing system provides a set of straps that can be automatically opened and closed to switch between a loosened and tightened position of the upper. The article further includes an automatic ankle cinching system that is configured to automatically adjust an ankle portion of the upper.
OH MY GOD. THEY’RE PATENTING THE SELF LACING SNEAKER. If you don’t believe me, just look at this. Click on the image to see the patent application.
If you need a reminder…
That’s right, folks. Even though 2015 is still a few years away, Nike is giving us their Air Mag shoes very soon. In standard Back to the Future fashion, an audio message (which may or may not have been recorded by Christopher Lloyd) said, “Welcome to Los Angeles. If my calculations are correct, over the next 24 hours you are about to see some serious shit!” If you’re wondering, these shoes will have self-lacing technology, and this Back to the Future tie-in is likely a cool way to kick-off Nike’s new shoe tech in a fun way.
Apparently some of the shoes will be sold at the official announcement event tomorrow to benefit Michael J. Fox’s charity, but beyond that we won’t know just how many of these shoes will be on sale or when they’ll hit shelves. Considering just how many shoes are seen in that commercial above, I’d say this isn’t going to be an item just for the super rich collector. We’ll update this post after the official announcement takes place tomorrow morning, so stay tuned. Of course, producer Frank Marshall already sees the issue that will come from this news when he says, “Going to need a lot of hover boards.” So who wants to make that happen?
Ever wonder why Anna Wintour is always wearing her sunnies front row at all fashion shows? IT’S BECAUSE THE LIGHTS ARE SO FUCKING BRIGHT.
It’s not that she’s trying to be cool, it’s that her eyes will hurt.
I usually wear my glasses rather than my contacts, yet I have been known to put my sunglasses on top. If it’s not raining, I’ll wear my sunglasses. Mainly because I don’t have to make eye contact with anyone and it makes me look more menacing. Also sunglasses hide a multitude of sins.
I’m loyally wedded to my Top Gun reissue Ray Ban aviators, which were a 21st birthday present, and universally flattering. Even if they’re not, I’ll still wear them. However I have amassed a collection of glasses and sunglasses. But I’d really like a pair of these Victoria Kelsey sunglasses.
I came across Victoria Kelsey as she was a finalist in the Wolf and Badger Graduate Design Awards 2011 (which I couldn’t attend the party as I had too much fucking work to do, as usual). Sadly she didn’t win, but this young designer is sure to go far. And I rarely wear jewellery (apart from watches, mainly cos I don’t remember to wear it) but sunglasses as jewellery is a remarkable and rather winning concept. For me anyway.
And they also come in plain frames. Capital!
Images via: Victoria Kelsey
Taken by the incomparable Tina Gao.
If you want to know what I’m wearing, I can barely see it.
Us bloggers do not only have one string to our bow. Charlie May aka Girl A La Mode is a fellow blogger, and designer, launching her first RTW collection this London Fashion Week for SS11. And everyone can go. All you have to do is RSVP to INFO@CHARLIE-MAY.CO.UK
Lots of people ask me how you can go to shows and the ilk, but you require press accreditation. But there are many great smaller designers, such as Charlie May, which you should so check out.
If you’re based in London or the surrounding areas and you can make it down, I highly suggest you do.
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