The Fashion Bomb News Breakdown: Proenza Schouler Launches M.A.C. Collaboration, Supreme Store Forced to Cancel Nike Foamposite Launch, and Andrej Pejic is Now A Jewelry Designer

MAC X Proenza Schouler

Proenza Schouler‘s makeup collaboration with M.A.C. is here! The limited edition range launches today, but you won’t find foundation and eyeshadows here. Nope–design duo Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough focused on eyes, lips, nails, and cheeks for this one, serving up four matte lipsticks, eyeliner, blush, and four lacquer shades. Will you be picking any of these up? (Vanity Fair)


00 LaQuan Smith Fall 2014

LaQuan Smith fans, get your credit cards ready! The designer’s got a trunk sale going on NOW, and he’s got his fall 2014 pieces up for grabs. The sale is going down at Esti’s boutique in Brooklyn, located at 1888 Coney Island Avenue. Head over there fast–the trunkshow ends Sunday, April 6th! (Fashion Bomb Inbox)
Pejic x Snyder campaign

Andrej Pejic is trying her (she prefers feminine pronouns) hand at design, teaming up with  Sam H Snyder Design for a jewelry collection. The line, fitly named Pejic x Snyder, was created with 3D printing, and include rings, bracelets, earrings in sleek silver, 18 karat gold, palladium, and platinum. “It definitely fits my aesthetic, I don’t like flashy, diamonds — it’s modern and minimal but thick and chunky,” Pejic told Fashionista. Proceeds from the collection will go to the Ali Forney Center, which provides a safe haven and medical assistance for homeless LGBTQ youth. (Fashionista)

Kim and Kanye aren’t the only ~relevant cultural fixutres~ Vogue is bringing into the fold. Internet meme sensation Grumpy Cat, whose real name is Tardar Sauce, celebrated her 2nd birthday with a visit to the Fashion Bible’s offices. She checked out a go-see, combed through the Vogue archives, and spent some quality time with cat lover Grace Coddington. TOO ADORABLE. (Instagram)

• There are several disappointed sneaker heads in NYC today, after the Supreme x Nike Foamposite collaboration launch was cancelled by the NYPD. Wednesday evening, throngs of fans, itching to get their hands on the new baroque-printed kicks crowded Lafayette & Prince streets, where the Supreme store is located. There were so many people (more than 800) that the police deemed the situation out of control and forced Supreme to stop the launch. Dang. No word on whether Supreme will be trying again, but I imagine they might try to shill these puppies out online instead. At any rate, check out the scene in the video above. (Fashionista)


Samuel Centore (the guy who does all the video for Fashion Bomb Daily!) is launching a kickstarter to fund his , All About Amy, a short docu-film about a transgender taxi driver living in a conservative town in upstate New York, and her journey as she attempts to save up enough money for gender reassignment surgery. Head over to Samuel’s kickstarter page to donate! (Fashion Bomb Inbox)




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