The menswear designer Asher Levine has a plan to install GPS technology into your clothing so you never lose a hat or scarf in a cab again. The techology element is a small dog-tag sized device that is slipped into a piece of luggage, gloves, or other clothing that tracks with GPS through an app on your smartphone. If your coat or gloves gets more than 30 feet away from you, your phone starts beeping. The Tracker app, made by Phone Halo, is already available for purchase for things like keychains and other valuables.
Lingerie brand Agent Provocateur has teamed up with photographer Olivier Zahm and American model Crystal Renn for a new pop-art inspired advertising campaign. Zahm is perhaps best known for founding avant-garde style magazine Purple, but he is also famous in fashion circles for his sexy, slick photography.“For this season, I wanted the Agent Provocateur girls to escape the city and the boudoir and go on an adventure,” said Zahm. [See & Read More]
Christian Louboutin, famous for its spike-laden footwear, releases the Ponyhair Harvanana. Louboutin’s take on the varsity jacket, in shoe form of course, this iteration of the Harvanana is certainly not for the shy. The shoes are unabashed in showing off a zebra pattern ponyhair upper sharply contrasted by a hot pink spiked toecap. Accenting the shoe is a bright yellow trim and the Christian Louboutin crest emblazoned on the front. The $1,395 USD shoes can be found over at the brand’s website.
After many teasers, previews and overall anticipation, the official David Beckham for H&M Bodywear Commercial has officially released today. The ad campaign, directed by Guy Ritchie, is more like a film short. As you can imagine, the footballer sports the latest of his massively successful line of underwear that he produces since a couple of seasons with Swedish fast fashion retailer H&M. Enjoy.
Walk tall in highlighter hues and bold print with these Nicholas Kirkwood platform pumps ($604 USD). Adorned with a fancy flocked pattern in jet black, crisp white, and highlighter green, these are high-voltage heels that will ensure you saunter into the new season with statement-clad feet. Styled after the jump with a Hervé Léger dress and a Saint Laurent clutch from MyTheresa. [See More]
Be it in a New York bus stop, a centerfold of a print publication or on screen, Calvin Klein has always managed to present its brand in an engaging and relevant way. Moving swiftly into 2013, the label shows no signs of curbing its progressive marketing as the latest Provocations campaign invites director Fabien Baron and actor Alexander Skarsgård of True Blood to usher in the direction of the new year. Continuing with the polished and desaturated appeal we’ve come to expect from the contemporary label, the nearly ten minute film which also includes Suvi Koponen follows a thematic series of suspenseful, yet visually stunning scenes. Enjoy.
Adorably hot singer and TV personality Christina Milian has teamed up with Nicolita Swimwear to design a glamorous new swimwear collection, "Havana Nights", that's perfect for being photographed in by paparazzi on the beach. Nicolita's designer Nicole Di Rocco and Christina both have Cuban roots, and this sultry collection picks up on the retro 1940's Cuban vibe. Check out Christina's beautiful bikini collection, which debuted at Mercedes Benz Fashion Show Swim Week in Miami, and think about which other celebs you would like to see in one of these swimsuits. Enjoy.
IWC has just unveiled the flagship model of the Ingenieur collection, the IWC Ingenieur Constant Force Tourbillon. This big and bold watch features a 46mm platinum and ceramic case housing IWC’s caliber 94800 movement with patented constant-force mechanism integrated within the tourbillon. The dark dial features a moon phase display in the top right and a power reserve on the bottom right with the tourbillon visible on the left side. Finishing off the watch is a black crocodile leather strap. The watch will be available soon for $290,000 USD. [See More]
The Emporio Armani menswear collection for next winter is upbeat. More than for the young, the second line collection is in itself young. The winter style is "very, very Armani," the designer told reporters after the show held in his modern downtown Milan headquarters. The collection's trump card is selecting iconic styles from the male wardrobe — an overcoat, a pea jacket, or a tuxedo — and refashioning them in the latest high-tech materials. Enjoy.
Ruffle your fashion feathers and peacock away in a pair of Charlotte Olympia ($1,396 USD) rainbow hued platform pumps. Teeming with edge and exotic appeal, the blue leather heel and red sueded platform accent these delicate feather coated shoes with boundless charm. Amp up the glamour with a little black dress or pair with cropped denim for retro allure. Styled after the jump with a Peter Pilotto dress and a Saint Laurent clutch from MyTheresa. [See More]