Saturday, November 15, 2014

Musique Digs For You Kiddas: Part 49






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 then what yall are listening to as well.) Here's the latest mix of indie-rock-pop-soul-funk (some remixed) tunes I currently have shuffling on my ipod. Indulge yourselves as always ladies and gentlemen...

| Last Musique Digs For You Kiddas: Part 48 |




Band: Broken Bells
Tune: After The Disco





Band: Serafyn
Tune: Take to the Skies





Band: Sharon Van Etten
Tune: Taking Chances





Band: Lorde + Son Lux
Tune: Easy (Switch Screens)





Band: Ed Zealous
Tune: Diamonds For Eyes





Band: KONGOS
Tune: Hey I Don't Know




Friday, November 14, 2014

SELFISH


 Julian De Gainza at Supa Model Management photographed by Edwin S Freyer and styled with pieces from Saint Laurent and Topman, in exclusive for Fucking Young! Online.

Make-up & Hair: Gino Mateus. Courtesy of - fuckingyoung.es









White Autumn by Dennis Weber


 Alejandro Ravven and Olli Greb shot by Dennis Weber and styled by Claudia Melzer, for the latest coverstory of Caleo magazine. Courtesy of - fuckingyoung.es









To Mars By Yuan Gui Mei


 Photographer Yuan Gui Mei and stylist Shijie Deng teamed up to capture this editorial for the Fall/Winter 2014 issue of GQ Style China. Courtesy of - fuckingyoung.es









Nick Jonas by Tetsu Kubota


 Nick Jonas captured by the lens of Tetsu Kubota and styled by Justin Berkowitz, for the latest issue of Details magazine. Courtesy of - fuckingyoung.es




The Artist by Adriano B.


 Jordy at Alpha Male Model Management photographed by Lobke Leijser and styled by Suze Kuit with pieces from Berivan Cemal, Bastian Visch, Gino Anthonisse and Olivier Jehee, in exclusive for Fucking Young! Online. Courtesy of - fuckingyoung.es













Thursday, November 13, 2014

Fergie talks Iggy Azalea And Peeing on stage!



Lol poor Momma Fergie cant get away from her peeing incident back at a San Diego Street festival but hey they show must go on! Catch Fergie Ferg chat with New York's Hot 97 about many things including her thoughts on Iggy Azalea and much more.








From The Jungles Of Peru - Paddington!


If your childhood was not filled with Paddington Bear memories then we feel very sad for you! But you can recapture lost time because the childrens story is coming to the big screen very soon!


A young Peruvian bear with a passion for all things British travels to London in search of a home. Finding himself lost and alone at Paddington Station, he begins to realize that city life is not all he had imagined - until he meets the kindly Brown family, who read the label around his neck ('Please look after this bear. Thank you.') and offer him a temporary haven. It looks as though his luck has changed until this rarest of bears catches the eye of a museum taxidermist..




Starring: Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins, Julie Walters, Jim Broadbent, Peter Capaldi, Nicole Kidman

Directed By: Paul King

http://www.paddington-movie.com/

Fashionista Takes Us To The Dollar Store!



We love the Dollar store especially our local 99 Cents Only Store where you would be very surprised at the great things you can find (especially snacks). Check out the great little story from Fashionista.com below!


Ever since I moved to New York and my disposable income went the way of the dinosaurs, my neighborhood dollar store has become one of my favorite places to shop.

It used to be that I'd stop by just to stock up on household cleaners, toilet paper and various oddities (where ELSE can you find a small pouch of naturally colored, shiny river rocks to line the bottom of your betta fish bowl?). But lately, I've been noticing another side of the dollar store -- a more... beautiful side... That's right: Crazy cheap beauty tools and products!

There are way more than you might assume -- so I popped into the fabulous 99 Cents and Up! store in Astoria, NY, to enlighten those of you who still think buying your beauty necessities at Walgreens is budget shopping. Well, consider those prices CHOPPED. Because, really, what's more beautiful than saving tons of cash?

(All photos: Nora Crotty. All photo backdrops: 99 Cents and Up!, Astoria.)



Whoever said you had to pay upwards of $6 for a decent bottle of nail polish was totally full of it ('it' being a stroke of marketing wizardry genius). This brand called 'b.s.n.' -- no uppercase needed -- sells a ton of makeup products, and every single item only costs $0.99. I'd almost be outraged if it weren't so awesome.

So yeah -- let's talk nail polish first: b.s.n.'s range contains no fewer than 125 colors, including glitters and different finishes. I'm especially fond of one with green and gold rounded glitter (second from left in the above photo). Very mermaid-y. But obviously, the best part is, if you buy a bottle on a whim and decide you don't really like it that much after all... it cost under a buck! That's less than a bag of M&Ms from an NYC street vendor. And I should know -- I've tried bartering before. (Word to the wise: It never works.)





Usually, it's only (slightly pricey) specialty brands that carry super bright, varied shades of lip color. So I was pleasantly surprised to find that b.s.n.'s range involved more unconventional colors along with the usual pinks and mauves. I'm talking lime green, true blue, emerald and fluorescent pink.

There are also a ton of glosses (and an array of neat eyeliners, some with glitter), all costing, again, just $0.99. It's a pretty awesome way to test out releasing your inner Rihanna -- and you can always invest in the more expensive stuff later on, if you like what you see.

If you don't believe me re: the magic of b.s.n., here's a video I found on YouTube of a lady talking about how awesome and cheap it is for 17 minutes. Maybe you'll trust her opinion more.


READ MORE HERE (Opens In A New Window)

Video Premiere Azealia Banks - Chasing Time


After years of set backs Azealia Banks has finally officially released her album Broke With Expensive Taste. "Chasing Time" is the 3rd single from her debut album which features Bank's in a crisp black and white video amongst dancers which reminds us of some of the great pop videos from the late 90's.

We also must mention that this has been by far the most radio friendly track by Banks to date which we learned was her original labels choice for her 'hit' single. In an interview with Pitchfork.com, Banks noted that she made "Chasing Time" as a hit to please her label. "It got to a point where they [Interscope] were like, 'Azealia, we get it, you're cool, but we've spent $2 million on this record, can you just give us one [hit]?'" she said. "So then I did 'Chasing Time,' and I was just like, 'You know, this isn't gonna work out.' It was like that awkward point in a relationship where you're forcing yourself to have sex because you're like, 'We live here, we're sleeping in bed, it's awkward if we don't.'"

 Check out the Marc Klasfeld (Britney, Kelis) directed video below and dance along (as you may recognize the Peculator sample).



Brett Kallio & Silvester Ruck by Stephen Busken | ADON


 Models Brett Kallio and Silvester Ruck at DT Model Management are photographed by Stephen Busken in the story "House of Cards" for ADON Magazine. Courtesy of - Homotography











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