Saturday, November 6, 2010

Musique Digs For You Kiddas: Part 11


Musique Digs For You Kiddas: Part 10

You know the drill kiddas, enter the musique of my soul which makes my character who I am (Pss, continue tipping me on your favorites. I adore that you dig my playlists but I like to hear every now and than what yall are discovering and listening to as well.) Here's the latest mix of indie-rock-pop-soul (some remixed) tunes I currently have shuffling on my ipod. Indulge yourselves as always ladies and gentlemen...

Band: 22-20s
Tune: Heart On A String



Band: Of Montreal
Tune: I Feel Ya Strutter



Band: The Morning Benders
Tune: Cold War



Band: The Soft Pack
Tune: Answer to Yourself



Band: Deerhunter
Tune: Memory Boy

The New Beat by Luke Irons


Nostalgia reigns as we revisit spring 2007 with a story by Luke Irons and John Tan featuring Paul Boche, Shaun Haugh, Gaspar Dietrich, James Neate, Elie Maaloufra, Fernando and Milun for Anthem. Courtesy of - thefashionisto.com









Jon Kortajarena by Nathaniel Goldberg for GQ November 2010

Jon Kortajarena takes American GQ on a tour of Madrid for November’s issue. Captured by Nathaniel Goldberg, the Spanish models sports a primary wardrobe of cords styled by Michael Nash. Courtesy of - thefashionisto.com








Every Boy on the Sunset Strip by Clare Shilland



The recent ‘Vintage’ fifth issue of Centrefold magazine featured this beautiful editorial 'Every Boy on the Sunset Strip', photographed by Clare Shilland and styled by David Lamb.

The black & white story features Harry Goodwins, Jeremy Young, Ash Stymest, Gavin Jones, Tom Robinson, Daniel T, Josh Blount and Charlie Wright, groomed by Maarit Niemela. Courtesy of - Homotography








Itsnotyouitsme Report 39: Things to Know















Photobucket Paul Reubens: I'm Not Pee-Wee, I'm A Different Person - via huffingtonpost.com

Photobucket Nicki Minaj Gets Golden At '106 & Park'! - via buzzworthy.mtv.com

Photobucket The 100 Best Signs At The Rally To Restore Sanity And/Or Fear - via buzzfeed.com

Photobucket Bloomies Wants You To Carry Your Purchases In Style: Bloomingdale’s is rolling out limited edition designer shopping bags. Tory Burch, Elie Tahari, Marc Jacobs, Zac Posen and Michael Kors have all been selected to design their own bags, which will hit the stores early next month. - via wwd.com

Photobucket Rat Fashion Show? Leave it to Bushwick to host a fashion show featuring clothes made from Nutria: giant rodents that are actually OK to kill because they are destroying Louisiana’s wetlands. Southern designer Billy Reid has also made garments out of Nutria, spurring a Vanity Fair article earlier this year. Will Nutria be the next big trend? We’re not too keen on the idea of wearing rodents but maybe that’s just us. - via nymag.com

Photobucket Oh, Hell No: If you bought an Alexander McQueen Hells Angels knuckle ring after seeing it in our roundup, you might have to send it back. The Hells Angels, who sued McQueen, Zappos and Saks over the ring and other products bearing their trademark, have settled on the condition that the defendants stop selling the products AND recall and destroy what has already been sold. Those Hells Angels mean business. - via wwd.com

Photobucket Who is your beauty icon? Take this more fun version of a personality quiz (OK, those are fun too) and find out which celebrity’s look you are subconsciously (or consciously) emulating. - via collegefashion.net

Photobucket Nicki Minaj Gets Golden At '106 & Park'! - via buzzworthy.mtv.com

Photobucket GQ Hearts Page Views: GQ has decided to capitalize on the attention (mostly negative) they’ve received regarding that kinda inappropriate Glee shoot. They plan to release behind-the-scenes footage on GQ.com because that will probably get them tons of web traffic (Apparently they got 33 million views the week those photos were posted). We just hope there’s some Terry Richardson in that footage. - via popwatch.ew.com

Photobucket I want to be a Thom Browne girl: Surprise?! As far as we know, this is the first look at Thom Browne’s upcoming line for women. Of course, it’s amazing. - via jakandjil.com

Photobucket Google’s Trend Tracker: You can now track consumer interest in trends or brands on Google. The company, which has become increasingly fashion-conscious, demonstrates in their retail advertising blog how search queries can be traced and graphed over time and based on location. For example, most fashion trend-related searches grow in places like New York and Los Angeles and then spread throughout the rest of the country. Pretty cool. - via blackbookmag.com

Photobucket Kate Moss is just like us: She got bored and cut her own bangs–with kitchen scissors. - via fashionologie.com

Photobucket Queer Eye for the Small Town Guy: Oprah’s new television network, OWN, just released their program schedule for next year and we knew there would be something fashion-related. In addition to The Judds and Ryan and Tatum: The O’Neals, there will be Carson-Nation, in which former Queer Eye for the Straight Guy fashion “expert” Carson Kressley “travels to small towns to transform lives.” - via hollywoodreporter.com

Photobucket Who is your beauty icon? Take this more fun version of a personality quiz (OK, those are fun too) and find out which celebrity’s look you are subconsciously (or consciously) emulating. - via tmagazine.blogs.nytimes.com

Photobucket Marc’s Personal Collections: Wondering what kinds of things Marc Jacobs collects? Turns out it’s not just kilts. - via theinsidesource.com

Photobucket Keds Goes Back to The 90s: Keds has released a limited edition collection of sneakers called “Alternative to Everything.” We’re absolutely smitten with these 90s-inspired sneakers, which come in acid wash blue, gray denim and red plaid. - via refinery29.com

Photobucket Marc’s Personal Collections: Wondering what kinds of things Marc Jacobs collects? Turns out it’s not just kilts. - via theinsidesource.com

Photobucket Lanvin x H&M Drama: When Jennifer Lopez and Madonna both asked to “borrow” (i.e. have it before anyone else) pieces from the Lanvin x H&M collection, they were told that no one was allowed to wear the collection before the runway show on November 18. If this is true, then why were a few British celebs pictured wearing pieces from the collection at London’s Lanvin preview? Sure, Roisin Murphy and Sohpie Ellis-Bextor are celebs, but they’re no Madonna. What gives? - via fashion.elle.com

Photobucket Courtney Love Is Fashionably Late Due To “Man Problems”: Courtney Love arrived at WWD’s 100th anniversary bash fifteen minutes after the bash had ended because of “man problems” and “apartment problems”. However, Love still wanted to pose on the red carpet in her Marchesa dress claiming “because [Marchesa] will kill me otherwise.” We wonder if there was even anyone there to take her photo? - via nypost.com

Photobucket A retired Canadian couple who won $11.3 million in the lottery in July have already given it (almost) all away. - via nyc.barstoolsports.com

Photobucket A living graveyard of old morning bad talk show hosts! - via seriouslyomg.com

Photobucket Large Desserts! - via theberry.com

Photobucket Celebrity couples that could actually last. - via theberry.com

Photobucket What life in California would've look liked, had Prop 19 been victorious - via cityrag.com

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