Come here, Rude Boy!
Rihanna traded her marijuana leaf for some oversize menswear to turn on the Christmas light at London’s Westfield Stratford City shopping center on Monday.
Much to our surprise, the Unapologetic songstress arrived fully clothed in a blue and gray striped pants and matching top from Acne‘s S/S 2013 menswear collection.
RiRi topped off the look with a Karl Lagerfeld-esque crisp, high collar top, a blue Raf Simons blazer, and suede Manolos.
Her ensemble is a little reminiscent of Waldo‘s blue cousin, BUT there’s something kinda refreshing about it.
What do U think? Love it or hate it???
[Image via WENN.]
Julianne Hough apparently missed the memo that the Fulfillment Fund‘s STARS Benefit Gala wasn’t a Vaudeville themed party.
The actress slash dancer attended the Beverly Hills soiree on Wednesday night looking quite androgynous in a black suit, a white blouse with ruffled collar, heinous Christian Louboutin bow sandals and slicked down hair.
After such a stunning showing last weekend, this outfit is beyond disappointing.
Can Ryan Seacrest just get her a stylist already!?
[Image via FayesVision/WENN.]
The men of the world are about to look a whole lot better!
Gap and GQ have teamed up to create a menswear collab, featuring the mag’s six Best New Menswear Designers in America.
The collection, which hits Gap stores, and online, on September 27, includes designs from BLK DNM, Ian Velardi, Mark McNairy New Amsterdam, Ovadia & Sons, Saturdays and Todd Snyder.
Offerings will include everything from boxers to a 8 leather bomber jacket, as well as hats, ties, tees, chinos, jeans and hoodies.
Gap’s website will also have behind-the-scenes videos where the designers explain what’s behind their inspiration.
Ch-ch-check out the ads and some of the designs (below)!
This PAR-TAY was poppin’!
The “urban graduate-inspired” line, Argyleculture, designed by HMX Group and Joseph Abboud recently launched on Thursday at Lil Charlie’s in NYC, and everyone at the function was going HAM over the new digs.
Celebs in attendance included, Russell Simmons, Kimora Lee Simmons, Angela Simmons, AJ Calloway, Boris Kodjoe, Taraji P. Henson, David Rosenberg, stylist Jason Bolden, Teairra Marie and Emily B with DJ Cassidy spinning the tunes for the event.
Mr. Abboud’s 2012 menswear line is focused on hip hop culture, the fashion conscious man and represents modern Americans.
And if you’re just dying to know where to get the collection, it’s available right now at Macy’s, Belk stores and online at argyleculture.com.
Will U be rocking Argyleculture gear?!?
Check out the stars partying up at the affair (below)!
[Images courtesy of Johnny Nuñez.]
In case you haven’t gotten enough of Kanye West lately…
Ford Models sent out a curious tweet on Thursday:
We’re not quite sure what this means, but it seems odd for Ford to randomly tweet this out, which leads us to think there may be a show in the works.
Jean Touitou, creative director at A.P.C. has been acting suspicious lately as well. He told GQ that he wanted to collaborate with Yeezy, and then tweeted a pic of the rapper’s car last week, saying that he was in the company’s studio.
There’s also the fact that Mr. West has been all over Europe lately for Cannes and his Watch the Throne tour. We can totally believe he’s been creating a new line in secret.
Maybe we’re reading too much into this and he just needed some new models in his video since girlfriend Kim Kardashian threw a fit about him asking for porn stars.
[Image via Ramey Pix.]
Another celebrity menswear line is in the making!
With a womenswear collection already under his belt, Amar’e Stoudemire is ready to tackle menswear.
The New York Knicks basketballer spilled the beans while checking out the latest designer menswear in Milan, but wouldn’t reveal who’s helping him.
Amar’e already collaborated with Rachel Roy, so we expect this pairing to be just as random.
[Image via Andres Otero/ WENN.]