Remember when Kanye West‘s limited-edish Yeezy Boost 350 sneakers sold out in less than 15 minutes? Well, now there’s a way to get your hands (slash feet) on a pair. And if you’d give your kidney to know how, then congratulations, friend, because that’s exactly what it will cost you.
People are always joking that they would give a kidney for a pair of yeezy’s!!Well here’s your chance, I’m 26 with 2…
A chap from the US state of Michigan has proposed the following trade: his coveted Kanye kicks in exchange for your life-saving kidney donation. 26-year-old Matt Neal posted on the ‘What Did You Wear Today?’ Facebook page, putting out the call for type B+ donors who might be up for making the trade. (more…)
The private equity firm’s main goal during the acquisition was to lead Seafolly into global growth and build it into a lifestyle brand, but it doesn’t believe Isola has what it takes to go international. (more…)
As part of their cover role, the girls share their thoughts on social media in fashion. Australian fashion blogger Nicole, who has also landed covers for ELLE Australia, Lucky and Renegade Collective, said, “For me, it was like breathing. You draw so much inspiration from the content you find online.” (more…)
Vogue Brazil may have secured the likes of Kim Kardashian and Gigi Hadid as previous cover subjects, but that doesn’t mean the innovation and modernity has been flowing. The magazine continues to get it oh-so-wrong after it’s dated installment last month with Behati Prinsloo. This time around, Brazilian beauty Isabeli Fontana is appointed the cover of her native Vogue‘s September issue and graces two covers in which she wears Prada (left) and Miu Miu (right), shot by Zee Nunes.
Our forum members were far from fascinated by the lackluster outcome. “Most boring model ever. I really don’t get why she’s so big. I mean, she’s cute and all, but has zero charisma and looks super lame,” Creative ranted right away.
“Wow, her hair doesn’t look good. Looks like the stylist used a curler for the fringe, lol. I’m surprised they ran yet another pink cover, and there’s too [many] accessories on the white one. Very weak for September,” complained Benn98.
Also unimpressed with both covers was gazebo: “I love Isabeli and happy for her, but this is bad!”
ThatRascal wasn’t exactly jumping for joy either: “I think it’s time Isabeli got a new look or something. She needs a change because as much as I love her, I’ve officially checked out of the Isabeli fan club. I’m simply bored by her recent work, looking the same as she always does.” Ouch.
“Just awful and again this Prada dress on the cover. What a bore,” confessed narcyza.
“That hair and styling is just awful. September has been totally lackluster cover-wise across the board,” condemned marsnoop2.
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Pucker up folks because there is a brand new way for you to express your love of coffee — or any other beverage. Designer Jang Woo Seok from South Korea devised a new kind of coffee lid that’s shaped like a nose and mouth, so when you’re drinking something, you kind of feel as if you’re snogging… awkwardly.
“I love both coffee and kisses. I always have coffee a day, but kiss can’t. So I began to sketch the idea at the cafe. Funny, I imagined people have a pure joy when walking around kiss lid in hand,” Woo Seok said in a description of the item. Yes the English is a little funky, but it does not make the purpose of his design any less fantastic. “Different from the other coffee lids which have a usual hole to put a straw or to drink directly, Take ‘Kiss’ Out looks like a human face. Therefore, a coffee drinker experiences a visually funny and emotionally different coffee-drinking when drinking.”
We’re already feeling emotionally different at the thought that this puckered coffee lid might be the only kiss on the mouth we get today.