- Shia LaBeouf Finally Speaks on Being Kanye West’s Style Icon: Last year Kanye West was spotted outside of his YEEZY headquarters in Calabasas sporting Shia LaBeouf’s beloved U.S. Army Armor School hat that prior to, the 31-year-old actor wore quite frequently. According to GQ, the cap was gifted to West for his birthday. That moment was ultimately a followup to when Kanye gave LaBeouf a shoutout in a “No More Parties in LA” outtake, as he rapped, “I wish I dressed as fresh as Shia LaBeouf.” Read more on Highsnobiety
- Jay Godfrey Is Hiring An E-Commerce Manager In New York: Perceptually inspired by the chic New York woman, Godfrey’s goal as a designer is to meld the classic tailoring techniques of savile row with modern silhouettes and luxurious fabrics. Read more on Fashionista
- Beyoncé and Blue Ivy Wore Amazing Matching Gold Gowns and Headpieces at the Wearable Art Gala: Beyoncé and Blue Ivy attended the 2nd Annual Wearable Art Gala at Alexandria Ballrooms in Los Angeles, in matching dresses. The evening’s theme was “From WACO to Wakanda” and everyone’s outfits reflected the immense influence Black Panther has had on the world already. Read more on Elle
- Meet the 19-Year-Old Behind the Most Ridiculous Instagram Eyebrow ‘Trends’: Just last week, I wrote a get-off-my-lawn op-ed about the coverage of so-called eyebrow trends in the beauty media. After watching it happen all last year — through squiggle brows, feathered brows, and more — I was finally inspired to lightly rant about it when I saw stories everywhere about “halo brows.” (One teen did it, 20 outlets wrote about it.) The gist was basically that one person doing a goofy thing on Instagram is not a trend, but that people will still click on stories about people doing this goofy thing because we can’t help ourselves and everyone’s bored. Read more on Racked
Source: Matthew Brookes
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