Breaking news, Kate Upton is in a bikini top. Ok, so this news isn’t exactly breaking, but the famously racy GQ cover girl has landed a campaign with three other supermodels for SkullCandy headphones and she’s in her usual uniform. Her underwear.
H&M is recreating the statue of David, no not the nude Italian one. A 10ft chrome British one made from the likeness of soccer player David Beckham. To promote the second campaign for the David Beckham Bodywear Line, statues will be erected (pun intended) in retail locations in New York, San Francisco, and LA.
Calvin Klein Underwear teamed up with celebrity stylist Annabel Tollman for a series of shorts in celebration of the brand’s Naked Glamour line of lingerie. In the three black & white vids, shot by Douglas Keeve, Tollman discusses her styling process and creating a character or persona for a given scenario. Each short features a different bra and evokes a different feeling: “Confident,” “Strong” and “Sexy.” Check out the videos after the jump!
These awesome dude bloggers show us their style on the daily, crediting the outfit head to toe. But they’ve been missing one detail that lies beneath. The question of boxers of briefs is as old as Space Jam. Now we want to know which boxers? Who makes those briefs? So we hit up some of our favorite indie bloggers from The Grungy Gentleman, Tucked, What is James Wearing, The Dandy Project and SPIF to show us their underwear. Because beauty is on the inside…right?
INDIE NEWSROOM: Hilfiger Has a Sad Son…Wintour Moments Keep Getting Stranger…How JD Salinger Managed His Help
- Hilfiger’s son is “really sad” about his profile in The New York Observer :-( In other news, people now know he exists. [Stylelite]
Holy crap. There’s a hurricane coming. As city-dwellers who have no idea what to do when a natural disaster occurs (i.e. the other day when New Yorkers poured into the streets during the earthquake), we’ve compiled a short list of what a hurricane is and what you should do to safely, and stylishly, prepare for disaster. Here we go…
The daughter of clinical scientists, Lindsey Degen has developed the rebellious whim to design anatomically comical pieces. Like her oversized knits she’s shown at group art shows while working in knitwear at VPL, in which she uses pom-poms on nipple flaps and has a “third leg”. For her lingerie collection, Degen, launching in September, she has taken to using knits in tamer proportions. Though still cheeky – like the cutout for “crack action” at the bootie, she projects “I didn’t want the collection to be that wearable.” See for yourself. It might just find itself more wearable than she intended. But see her outrageous thesis project here. (You know as in her senior thesis collection, from last year at RISD)