Rocawear presents a retrospective of Shawn “Jay-Z” Carter‘s journey as a kid growing up in the humble projects of Brooklyn; aspiring to make music and eventually making history. On that journey, the first business beyond music was the birth of Rocawear. Carter’s Rocawear brand represents his prowess as a business man who continues to challenge himself to be more than merely a musician.
T.I.T.S. Brand links back up with the beautiful Rosa Acosta for their new “Wifey” tees release; in which the Dominican goddess is photographed doing the stereotypical wifely duties around the house. It’s something about a woman being domestic that hits to the core of men…or maybe it’s just this woman. Anyway, check out the behind the scenes footage up top and a few stills for the Tees below. Who wouldn’t want to come home to that…
Drake covers GQ Magazine‘s upcoming and first ever Style Bible issue. Check out the behind the scenes footage of Drizzy trying on different looks for the shoot and talking about his personal style and the power of a well-tailored suit. You can read the interview in its entirety HERE.
The guys over at Hypebeast caught up with Harley, the sales director for London-based distribution company A Number of Names during the recent Jacket Required London trade show to supply them some information regarding the upcoming lineup from Billionaire Boys Club.
Featuring an extensive range of apparel and accessories, the range begins with outerwear before moving into fitted caps and T-shirts. BBC also seized the opportunity to promote its comprehensive capsule range with American designer Mark McNairy who infused his design sensibilities of classic Americana and military references into some marquee pieces. As always, the collection is in no short supply of colors, textures and patterns as applied on numerous reworked classic jackets, reinterpreted pullovers and shirts.
Trey Songz is one of the hardest working men in music. When he isn’t working on his upcoming album Chapter 5, the Rocawear spokesman is touring the country with Big Sean on his “Anticipation 2our” and posing for GQ magazine.
The fashionable crooner made it in the pages of GQ‘s March 2012 issue. Wearing designer names including J. Crew, Dolce & Gabbana, Prada and Emporio Armani, a dapper Trey showed off some Spring looks. [via]
In advance of the MAKE OR TAKE event scheduled for February 4, Stussy Japan and Magic Stick Entertainment partnered with superstar hip-hop producer Just Blaze to produce a special edition t-shirt. MAKE OR TAKE will showcase over a dozen top DJs headlined by Just Blaze spread across all four of the Sound Museum Vision’s themed stages. On the front and back of the black tee, a Dragon print owns the shirt, which is prominently featured just above white stenciled branding and logos marking the event. This limited edition tee will be available at select Magic Stick dealers beginning on February 3rd. [via]