I believe ShopBop has this huge tiered sale twice a year — it’s a big deal because it includes so many things that don’t often go on sale. So here are the details: use code BIGEVENT15 to get 15% off orders of $250+, 20% off orders of $500+, and 25% off orders of $1K+. The only brand that is excluded is Stuart Weitzman, at least as far as I can tell, so you can really clean up on some great accessories brands, including Ferragamo, LK Bennett, Rebecca Minkoff, Tory Burch, Kate Spade, Hunter, MZ Wallace, vintage Vuitton, and Michael Michael Kors’ Jet Set collection. (I particularly love their jewelry collection — it’s always hip and interesting.) Note that because ShopBop is owned by Amazon, Prime shipping is available (they have a general 3-day free shipping policy though); returns are free. The sale ends March 7.
DGK shows love to the hustlers with their latest spring 2015 collection featuring the one and only bawse of Miami, Rick Ross.
The DGK Hustle Sport Collection is inspired by the synergy between the hustle of the streets and the hustle of skateboarding. Rozay serves as the face of DGK’s new campaign that features an array of garments. The collection consists of short sleeve embroidered tees, a graphic printed tank top, fleece shorts, 3D front logo snapback and a reversible bucket hat.
For more information on the release of the DGK Hustle Sport Collection make sure to check out the DGK website and lookout for their No Limit capsule collection.
This is not one of those celeb bag roundups where everyone looks totally relatable and down-to-earth, and half the celebs we feature are just grabbing some fro-yo in West Hollywood. This is one of those celeb bag round-ups where (almost) everyone brought their A-game, right along with their A-game handbags. They are doing press interviews, catching private jets, walking red carpets or just being Rihanna. Their lives just might be a little more glamorous than ours, but that’s okay, because it’s important to have aspirations. We can’t all be Tom Ford carrying a Tom Ford bag to the airport, can we?
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The new Porsche announcements are always among the most exciting and with the debut of the 2016 Porsche 911 GT3 RS, all fans of the brand should be more than happy. The German sports car maker presents its most powerful naturally aspirated engine to date with a 500 hp output, resulting in a 0-100 km/h sprint in just 3.1 seconds. Both magnesium and carbon fibre have been used through out the car to lower its weight, making the GT3 RS 22 pounds lighter than the regular GT3. On the exterior the wide performance body kit looks very aggressive and has racing in mind through out, including a massive wing in the back and large front spoilers as well. At $175000 the Porsche 911 GT3 RS is actually priced right below the Porsche Turbo S.
Getting a bit too “grown up” for sneakers but don’t want to look like an accountant? Well, today is your lucky day, as LA contemporary streetwear label Stampd is set to launch a line of Italian-made hard-bottomed footwear. Both Capo boot and Marina brogue styles have been handcrafted from calfskin with welted soles and embossed branding, executed in Stampd’s trademark monochromatic colorways. The shoes are not the first time the label has branched out into footwear – dropping these bizarre creations way back in 2010 as well as last year’s Vans collab – and are available now from the brand’s webstore.
West Ham United striker Carlton Cole has been charged by The Football Association for a comment he posted on Twitter which potentially broke the rules surrounding players’ use of social media.
The FA reports that the comment is alleged to have been “abusive and/or insulting and/or improper and/or brings the game into disrepute.”
The charge is thought to refer to a response from Cole to a fan’s critique after the Irons’ 2-2 draw with Tottenham Hotspur on Feb. 22, per Ed Aarons of The Guardian.
The 31-year-old has until 6 p.m. GMT on March 5 to respond to the charge.
Cole is certainly not the first player to have been cited for his use of social media. As recently as January, then-Stoke City defender Robert Huth picked up a fine and a two-game ban for breaching social media rules, per BBC Sport:
Indeed, Cole himself has been charged before over his use of Twitter, picking up a £20,000 fine in 2011 for disparaging comments made after a friendly between England and Ghana at Wembley, per Sandy Macaskill of the Daily Telegraph.
“I saw her song on TV and I was like a kid in a candy store, I was like, I love Iggy, I love that video, I want to work with her, and it was really weird, because a week after that her manager was like, ‘She’s a huge fan of yours.’ I was like, ‘Let’s do something together,’ so it worked out.”
A kid in a candy store!! We can’t want to hear the magic!!!
And Miz Spears also addressed if she’d ever perform with a snake again! She gave a resounding NO, saying:
“I would never do that… I have no idea what I was thinking.”
Well, at least she did it that once because that moment was iconic!
While Kid Cudi has been busy finishing off a movie (Vincent and Roxy) and becoming co-host/band leader for IFC’s “Comedy Bang Bang”, today he liberates some previously unreleased music from his latest project, Satellite Flight: The Journey to Mother Moon session. Produced Cudi and Dot the Genuis, the track is titled “love.” Good ears notice that it utilizes a sample from Ratatat’s Jam “Sunblock.” Take a listen below and spread the love.