André Leon Talley talks with Marc Jacobs about his acting career.
My heart go–boom boom tap. Yes, Andre–the sound of your voice: obsession. My heart go–boom boom tap.
Video: A Conversation with Dee and Ricky
In the latest A Conversation With… video segment, Hypebeast catches up with the Brooklyn-based design duo — and brothers — Dee and Ricky. Having already showcased the twins’ forte in cuisine, it was only right that we joined them in their self-named restaurant. Known for creating bold designs in conjunction with in-your-face colors, Dee and Ricky are infamous throughout the world of customization and never fail to catch the attention of other brands — seen in the numerous collaborations with eclectic labels. Sitting down over a meal, we discuss the restaurant, future ventures for the two, attention deficit disorder and why they call NYC home.
After many releases and dedicated visuals, A. CHAL introduces his first EP “Ballroom Riots,” a full project complete with no samples contained in his music. Dazed & Confused magazine placed his EP #1 over A$AP Rocky’s Long.Live.A$AP, Dawn Richard’s GoldenHeart, and Elliphant’s EP. Download and listen to A. CHAL’s original tunes at Ballroomriots.com
These ballrooms I riot until I see stars in my eyes. I bet my silk will shock her. Make ‘em say ughhhh! And I don’t have to speak. No talking. See, I’m dressed appropriate. While you were sleeping, I put on a good show because a girl is a gun. #bang #bang — Instagram | SHAMSHIRLEYONLINE
Video: Rihanna For River Island At London Fashion Week
Rihanna for River Island made it’s debut at London Fashion Week on Saturday 16th February. Relive all the fashion week magic by watching the Rihanna for River Island show in full above.
Video: New American Noise. New Orleans. Bounce Music.
Respect. New Orleans in this video served it. Bounce music fans this is your day. I come bearing a gift that my Honey B (@BrookeDevard) executive produced. Yes, we’re executives now; word of the day! The video features a good crowd of ultra explicit commentary (
we like that nasty shit) and iconic bounce musicians. So press play already and get your life baybee!
Video: André Leon Talley reveals the secrets of winning, singular style to the members of the Oxford Union debating society. Adore. I adoooooooooore Andre Leon Talley. Spend time with André Leon Talley in this video as he talks self-invention. Take notes!
New Meeting Request | Quest The Artist
As the lifestyle forecaster that is integrated into many of your homes, it is my duty to introduce you to all things new. Let’s talk Quest The Artist. Quest delivers a sound to shape your 2013 with the perfect blend of electronic sounds, hip-hop rhythms, bold melodies, and provocative lyrics. He creates songs that speak to the core of the human spirit, while still maintaining a “cool” factor. The diversity of his music is reflected from his multi-cultural background while shaping his own musical taste and perspective. Quest continued his musical journey by becoming fully entrenched in the Bay area hip-hop generation, the neo-soul movement, and underground electronic scene; musical styles that are all evident in his music today.
Video: Nokia x Sundance – New America Noise
Nokia Music, a free music streaming service from Nokia that offers consumers free and unlimited access to playlists and songs on Nokia Lumia smartphones, today announced its partnership with Sundance Channel. The Nokia Music produced series will feature 6 short films created by some of the world’s most respected independent directors, including; Abteen Bagheri, Bob Harlow, Emily Kai Bock and Tyrone Le Bon.
Each film will take place in a different city and tell the story of music’s evolution in America while also capturing perspectives of music fans from all walks of life — resulting in authentic narratives about the ‘real’ music scenes of the USA. From the strip clubs of Atlanta, GA to the shoegaze scene in Portland, OR and from the sensation of New Orleans, LA’s sissy bounce to underground alternative rap culture in New York City, each of the films will reveal cinematic portraits of distinct music sub cultures.
Meanwhile, on the other side of town my lunch break featured custom cross shorts by D. Fame. This is legit island life. And you could say I’m on duty when January skies look this blue. Lost files from my iPhone found here — Instagram: SHAMSHIRLEYONLINE