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DESIGNER DAILY, MEN'S / July 23 2012 11:00 AM

From Snoop Dogg to Supreme, Why Adam Kimmel Makes Carhartt Cool

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Drawing inspiration from the likes of Snoop Dogg and the backcountry of the Northwest, designer Adam Kimmel is giving menswear details that spark. His upcoming collaboration is with Carhartt will take the traditional American blue collar workwear brand (that is actually pretty chic in Europe) to a very cool level. If his understated Supreme collab last year is any indication, he will bring a subtle savage suaveness to the industrial brand. Check his Fall 2012 collection to see what we mean.

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MUSIC / June 19 2012 9:00 AM

FashionIndie Spins with Scratch DJ Academy

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Last Wednesday, Lester, Emily and I made our way to the interactive classroom of Scratch DJ Academy in Cooper Square to learn ourselves some new musical skills. Co-founded by the late Jam Master Jay of Run D.M.C., Scratch DJ Academy is the educational sector of the three part Scratch Music Group. It is the world’s first DJ and music production school with academies worldwide, including New York, Los Angeles and Miami in the States.

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MUSIC, NEWS / May 16 2012 7:52 AM

Karlizzle for Shizzle: Lagerfeld and Snoop Dogg Team Up for a Music Video

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Looking back, a collaboration seems almost inevitable. One has been one of the most influential forces in high fashion for the better part of his life and one  has been under the influence and high for the better part of his life. Also, neither seems to care who they collaborate with just as long as there’s a check involved. OGs Karl Lagerfeld and Snoop Dogg lend some high-voltage star power to French DJ Jean Roch‘s “Saint Tropez.” Sadly, though, Karl and Snoop aren’t trading rhymes and dimes. Instead the Kaiser plays — surprise, surprise — God! welcoming Jean Roch to heaven with an awkward reading of, “You were never told that Saint-Tropez is paradise?” Meanwhile, if I saw Karl Lagerfeld greeting me in the afterlife, I’d be pretty sure I had ended up in the other place, but that’s neither here nor there. Video after the jump!

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MUSIC, STREETSTYLE / April 24 2012 12:38 PM

34 Sunday’s Best Coachella Streetstyle

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The final day of Coachella brought the chic wildness that Indio brings. I swam through thick crowds at Florence and the Machine, and Snoop Dogg & Dr. Dre (and 50 Cent and Eminem!) to get the deepest looks. It was motherf*cking P.I.M.P. See how the day turned from Lady of the Canyon to glowing night crawler. Come along this fashion trip.

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NEWS / April 20 2012 3:50 PM

Rihanna Rings in 420, Carine’s MAC Attack and Top Model Cast Canned for Bryanboy

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- Demi Moore has reportedly turned to Oprah for some tender, love and care following her stint in rehab and split from Ashton Kutcher, citing the big O’s help in getting Jennifer Aniston back on her feet after Brad Pitt dumped her for that Jolie woman. Oprah will in turn have dibs on Demi’s first post-rehab interview/soul. [Page Six]

- You know who knows how to properly celebrate 420? Rihanna. Aside from rolling a blunt on a bald man’s head — while in Chanel no less — she also puffs with the mightiest lungs in America, if not the world, Snoop Dogg himself. No wonder she ran out of fucks to give…she never had any to begin with. [Buzzfeed]

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FILM / April 20 2012 11:30 AM

The Top 10 Greatest Stoner Flicks (Not Including Cheech & Chong)

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I feel I have to preface this post with a disclaimer: I’ve actually never seen Cheech & Chong’s Up in Smoke, perhaps revoking all rights and credits I have in calling myself a stoner. But with that said, and said with my head hung low in shame, here are “The Top 10 Greatest Stoner Flicks (Not Including Cheech & Chong)” to take your 420 even higher.

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EDITORIALS / March 24 2012 12:11 PM

Experience Amsterdam with Vogue Netherland’s Debut Issue

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Vogue Netherlands is the newest addition to Condé Nast‘s international roster of the fashion bible, and while it seems like the last thing the world needs is another Vogue, the premier issue proves that the Dutch can roll with the best of them. In “The Amsterdam Experience,” Ymre StiekemaRomee StrijdJosefien Rodermans, Svea Kloosterhof, Anne Verhallen, Rianne van Rompaey and Imaan Hammam hunch all over the historic city while sampling artwork, raves and herring. The only thing missing are some high times with Snoop at a local coffee shop.  Photographed by Marc de Groot and styled by fashion editor Marije Goekoop, Vogue Netherlands is worth the “Experience.”

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