Sunday, June 27, 2010


The love is love, love summer collection is here and it totally feels like I'm birthing my love child with fashion... again [my oldest child being The Signature Varsity Jacket Collection]. This is the line's first lookbook featuring six new READY-TO-WEAR styles and 1 new summertime varsity jacket. Each and every piece is available now at

This summer the tank top, a warm weather must-have, gets some love. It is reinvented to be edgy, sexy, playful, and practical all at once in three different ways. As always each style is comprised of only the highest quality materials. The list of luxurious fabrics include silk jacquard, crepe de chine, and charmeuse, a super soft, super slinky viscose rayon, a cotton/lycra slub knit, and corduroyed lambskin. Everything is still handcrafted in BK and made especially for the ladies with body.

The Draped Muscle Tank was inspired by its amazing fabrication. The ethnic mesh burnout effortlessly adds interest to the athletic racer back silhouette.

The One Piece Tank, available in black and coral [the best summer color in the world], appears to look like your average long knit tank at first glance, and that's dope because who can't use a long, solid tank in the summer? But, a closer look reveals a sexy Brazilian bikini line filled in with sheer fabric.

The Long Camisole, available in Crème de la Crème, Cherry Bomb, and Black Giraffe, was designed for women that move through different environments. It can be tucked into a suit and worn with heels or untucked and worn over jeans with sneakers. The split back with hook and eye closures allow the option to wear it open or closed. Each colorway’s fabrication walks the line between sophistication and playfulness.

The Caramel Featherweight Varsity is the warm weather installment to the brand’s signature Made to Measure Varsity Jacket Collection. Ultra lightweight, textured lambskin sleeves and a stretch cotton sateen body are the perfect combination to shield you from overzealous air conditioners and late night drafts this summer.


Friday, June 25, 2010


When you hear M.I.A explain her P.O.V. herself, she doesn't sound half as crazy as writers portray her to be...

Hey! There were way cuter shots and accessories shown in this clip than in the actual Nylon spread [online]! Where are those pictures??? I'm going to check the actual June/ July issue and get back to you...

Thursday, June 24, 2010


The  F A-B O -L O-US recently made an early childhood school photo his profile pic on twitter. It always cracks me up when people look exactly the same as when they were small. 


Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Marilyn MonROSE

Amber Rose for YRB Mag.
Favorite Quotes from the article:

"I'm just a dope chick from South Philly!”

“I’m lucky because I get to keep my womanly figure, and that’s very important for me and the young girls that look up to me – that they can have curves and breasts, hips, and ass and still feel beautiful.”

Like I said on the twitter "I like the shoot u douche bag haters!"

Tuesday, June 22, 2010


Marilyn Monroe glorified the voluptuous figure, but Raquel Welch made brunettes hot [apparently it made a difference in the 60's]. A model turned actress, her early films include Roustabout [alongside Elvis], Fantastic Voyage, One Million Years B.C, and 100 Rifles. Now 70, Welch is still one hot broad and continues to work on and off film. Her most popular business venture is her wig collection, The Raquel Welch Signature Wig Collection and she has a new book Raquel: Beyond the Cleavage.




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Monday, June 21, 2010


Toldya featuring M.I.A. sample

"iCYa but do you C me?"

Saturday, June 19, 2010


Simplistic, black and white Helvetica layouts to tie-dyed, groovy experiences
these concert posters get the idea across.






Loving the old school angry attitude of the piece.
Written in part by Solange.

Friday, June 18, 2010


This season DIMEPIECE took the lookbook game to the next level layering special effects on top of special effects over amazing styling over provocative designs on top of special effects... Did I mention they used sick special effects? Here's a few snaps of the lookbook, but to get the true effect, check the website.