Lovers + Friends reveals their 2014 Holiday collection: Winter Solstice modeled by the Norwegian bombshell, Frida Aasen. The L&F collection is full of romantic pieces including dresses, mini skirts, tops and metallic finishes. The lookbook was shot at midnight on the streets in Downtown Los Angeles. This collection is perfect wardrobe for your nightlife outings. Now available at their online shop, REVOLVEclothing, Shopbop, Nasty Gal and Singer22.
Rihanna latest modeling feature is in Tush magazine, where she rocks a grey wig better than probably anyone. The Barbadian bombshell looks absolutely stunning in the spread as it was shot by photographers Steven Gomillion & Dennis Leupold. If you can read or translate German, check out her article here. Purchase the issue when it hits newsstands September 18th. (more…)
Model, Chanel Iman, and rapper, A$AP Rocky, are featured in VOGUE magazine’s September 2014 issue. The couple had their own full spread that is a huge accomplishment and honor…well at least for A$AP. Photography by Mikael Jansson. See more photos after the break. (more…)
LEGO’s new addition of the Marina Bay Sands building in Singapore. The structure is a marvel of modern engineering and was recently voted one of the most inspiring structures of all time on LEGO Architecture’s online poll. The Moshe Safdie designed building will be available for purchase soon on the online store here.
Joyrich and Casio’s Baby-G team up to assemble a watch with the BG69ooJR-4 model as its base. With the Joyrich logo emblazoned on the dial of the watch, these two successfully pull off a great collab. This model will be made available for purchase on their online shop and their flagship store on Melrose in Los Angeles. Check select stores such as Nordstroms and Macy’s as some will carry the watch as well. See more photos below and after the break: (more…)
Hypebeast used the popular model Adrianna Ho, who has been gaining a lot of recognition from her Instagram and recent spread in GQ and urban streetwear look books, for their online website spread and decided to interview her as well. Check out her interview below and make sure to follow her on Instagram and Twitter: @adrianneho
Does being based in New York — where streetwear brands are plentiful — work to your advantage when booking jobs?
Living in New York has definitely been an advantage for me when booking jobs. It has provided access to so many amazing brands, clients and magazines. I also think the constant visibility from living in a walkable city like New York can provide opportunities that may not be possible anywhere else.
How do you feel about falling into the unofficial category of official female streetwear/menswear model? Is it a role which developed in itself or something you or your agency set out for from the beginning of your career?
That is quite the contradictory title that I am both officially and unofficially flattered by. Haha! Thank you! I think that role stems from some brands’ appreciation of my personal style.