tyga designs la gear sneakers

  • Tyga is making quite a few inroads with the fashion industry, the latest being a collaboration with vintage brand LA Gear. For the label, Tyga designed sneakers, at least one pair of which are named T-Raww ‘6Ams’ featuring a mesh, breathable side. The designs look like a follow-up to the artist’s Reebok collection. (Kicks On Fire)

Jourdan Dunn was surely stunning at the London Fashion Week Maybelline New York  Party

  • The British Fashion Council has named their nominees for this year’s British Fashion Awards! Erdem, Christopher Kane, and J.W. Anderson will fight it out for the womenswear designer award, while Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney and Victoria Beckham will compete for Brand of the Year. As a surprise to no one, Cara Delevingne and Jourdan Dunn are amongst the model of the year candidates. (BFC)


  • For their capsule collaboration, Kith and Ones Stroke has tapped injured football player Victor Cruz as the face of their campaign. The capsule itself will mark the first time that Ones Stroke — a Japanese brand — will be sold in the United States. Expect prices to range from $250 to $450 and to be in the Kith shop on Saturday. (WWD)

Lisa Price and Keri Hilson

  • On Monday, L’Oreal announced some pretty big news for the naturalistas out there: they bought out Carol’s Daughter.  As with any big announcement, the reactions were varied: some praised the ability for the company to grow and others feared that products they’d come to know and love would change as well as the brand behind it.  In recent interviews, founder Lisa Price asserts that the brand and products will not change though verbiage and marketing tactics may appeal to a wider audience and her access to better resources on the business end will grow. Well here’s to another amazing 21 years! (StyleBlazer)

Halle Berry attended the God's Love We Deliver, Golden Heart Awards in a white and navy cutout midi dress.

  • Halle Berry is the latest celebrity to turn investor.  The actress just bought into Parisian lingerie label Scandale and will revamp the 80-year-old Parisian brand starting with launching a mass version called Scandale Paris of the label at Target. Price point will hit in the $7 to &18 range for the new offshoot, launching in stores on Monday. The actress financially owns half of the company and is responsible for it’s North American operations. (WWD)



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