Fashion giant Ralph Lauren is struggling with millennials and being beat out by cheaper designer brands from Uniqlo and H&M.
This is what happens when you coon and buffoon and try and impress a group of people who will never like you no matter what you do.
Kanye West debuted his Adidas Originals collection last week in Manhattan, and the reviews have been decidedly mixed. But the rapper-designer’s harshest critic could be New York Fashion Week creator Fern Mallis. “I’m kind of over Kanye,” she recently told Page Six. “I mean, I’m not a fan of his music, and the attitude and the agenda is not my style.” Now West has responded to Mallis’ criticisms via Twitter – using a zen-like tone.
Yeah he said that.
“It’s like meeting God in the flesh. It’s definitely spiritual. A prophet. He’s like Elijah Muhammad.”
Hit the jump to see the interview, and scroll to 4:00 to hear the parts about Ralph Lauren and Elijah Muhammad …about
Don’t know if this is a good idea because these counterfeit goods may cause crime with people fighting and hurting each other in order to resell this stuff.
via Huff Post
Haiti is about to get some style. Around 125,000 tons of style.
About $10 million worth of knockoff designer goods is set to be donated to needy Haiti earthquake victims.
The fake duds “from” companies such as True Religion, Rocawear, Ralph Lauren, Diesel, and Ed Hardy will be shipped to Haiti after having their labels removed, per legal requirement.
Counterfeit goods are normally destroyed but an exception was made in this case.
The clothes and other items were netted in raids over the past two years.
Ralph Lauren‘s 2008 Olympics Collection from his Polo line, to be worn by American athletes at the summer games in Beijing next month, is now available in stores. Lauren designed the official Opening Ceremony and Closing Ceremony parade outfits as well as an assortment of Olympic “village wear” pieces for the U.S. Teams, which anyone may now purchase. The Summer Olympics in Beijing run from Aug. 8 – 24th. Lauren’s patriotic, logo-festooned red, white and blue designs are “inspired by the rich past of the Olympic Games and in keeping with the time-honored tradition of this historic event.” Visit Lauren’s site here for more and check out the gallery to see athletes modeling the collection.
I was surfing through my blogroll and I came across this on ProHipHop‘s site and I had to post it. This footage has my blood boiling because unlike all these backpacker weirdo’s who are trying to resurrect to them what amounts to a fad but to us what amounts to our culture, I was there in the thick of the POLO era, popularized by the Lo Lifes but repped but other entities coming out of Brooklyn as well. I repeat, to you weirdo hipsters this isn’t a fashion fad, POLO was a way of life for us and we still hold that connection sacred, as crazy as that may sound. This is Thirstin’ Howl upholding his end of the legacy, apparently a documentary is on the way.