LG has blamed “cultural differences” for the lack of riotous laughter regarding its promotional stickers for the Knock Code system, claiming the light-hearted references to phone radiation causing brain tumours were just a… joke. Oh, we get it now! Ha ha! Cancer! The hardware maker was handing out the gold stickers at Mobile World Congress, […]
securing the piece to a power point outlet turns the plug into the face of an elephant, with an extended trunk as the cable.
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After surprising his fans with the announcement of a new album dropping on March 3, Pharrell Williams has now released a full stream of the upcoming record. Titled G I R L, it features some popular names from 2013 including Miley Cyrus, Daft Punk, Justin Timberlake and Alicia Keys. Head on over to iTunes where you can check out the album in full.
Mr Tempah has come a long, long way from his ‘wifey’ rapping days and has quickly become a fully-fledged British menswear ambassador in the last 2 years or so.
Kudos to you Tinie, what an evolution that has taken place! “Quietly” he has very much become all grown up by means of both clothing and musicality.
More noticeably his clothing and style has recently stood out since taking a small musical break, and become a very dapper looking young gentleman. He’s making some very refined fashion choices in recent months and he’s only 25.
The start of 2014 has already been a good one for style; his suit of choice to the Richard James show at day 2 of London Collections: Men, was testament to that fact.
But when did it all change?
There is a growing confidence in the way he wears his attire now.
Clothing is clean cut but with an edge, whether it is by the use of prints, or the simple fact that he mostly doesn’t wear socks with his footwear regardless of the weather and he doesn’t actually need to wear spectacles.
His recent outing at the EE Bafta’s last week showed us that although there are traditional fashion rules, he rarely follows them and amongst a sea of black tuxedo’s he took to Burberry in a great cut navy blue velvet blazer teamed with navy ankle cropped trousers and loafers.
This style structure is recurring, but quickly growing to become his signature and it’s great to see someone in colour on the red carpet. The white tuxedo jacket he changed into later on in the night was equally striking.
And even at the Brits during the same week, he stepped out in a beautiful polka dot printed tuxedo jacket and matching waistcoat, keeping the rest of the outfit simple.
Again wearing his trusted cropped trousers of choice and slip-on shoes, a full look from Dolce & Gabbana and even then the paisley printed tie brought everything together nicely.
Maybe he’s taking style tips from ambassador buddies David Gandy and Nick Grimshaw, but overall I can definitely applaud your efforts Tinie and look forward to what else you decide to parade in on your next outing.
ASOS ‘Worn to Win’ Competition ASOS, the UK’s largest online fashion retailer, has launched a global competition to find the most stylish men from across eight countries. The USA, Germany, Spain, Russia, China, Australia, France and, of course, the UK…
In their latest collaboration, Medicom Toy teams up with The Simpsons to rework the Japanese toy brand’s 100% BE@RBRICK. Playing off the family’s iconic skin tone and unchanging outfits, the two present a slightly eery version of the longstanding television characters. The collaboration follows LEGO’s recent work with the series and is set to release at Dover Street Market Ginza on Saturday, March 15 and ZOZO on Thursday, March 20.
A year ago yesterday I introduced you all to San Franciscan illustrator Niv Bavarsky and prattled on about how talented I thought he was. That’s still very much the case, although I’ve now had a year to stalk him on Instagram and really reflect on his status as my new favourite illustrator. Normally I’m fickle about this kind of thing, but Niv still holds the top slot in my eyes. You probably don’t really care why, but I’m going to tell you anyway.
I often feel that lyric videos were made for me and my fellow kids of the 80s and 90s . If you turned teenager in Smash Hits’s heyday then you too will recall tearing eagerly at the perforated edges of the lyrics to various Sean Paul belters and trying desperately (but to no avail) to learn every word so that you could sing along to Top of the Pops come Friday.