New York Fashion Week is just warming up but Teyana Taylor’s latest collection is coming in hot!
Nabil Elderkin is no stranger to being behind the camera. From directing music videos for Billie Eilish and Superbowl commercials for Morgan Freeman to capturing striking photos of Kid Cudi and Nelson Mandela, Nabil is the mastermind behind some of the most iconic visuals of the 2010s and now he’s taking his talents to film.
Take Out Girl is the new indie breakout film co-written by and starring Hedy Wong (“Laff Mobb’s Laff Tracks,” Chinatown Squad), and directed by Hisonni Johnson (short “Red Hood It,” “Grayson: Earth One”). It recently won Best Indie Action Thriller at Film Threat Award This! And has raked up 14 wins since its premiere at Cinequest Film Festival in 2020. Now with a new home at 1091 Pictures, Take Out Girl is filled with drama, action, comedy, and romance, and is sure to be on everyone’s radar very soon.
How do big names like Bowen Yang, Fran Lebowitz, Phoebe Bridgers, and Patti Harrison all end up in the same room? With the power of Ziwe, of course.
It’s no secret that it is much harder for artists from across the pond to gain success internationally than on their home base.
Teyana Taylor has quickly become a musical powerhouse over the years. As a mother, artist, entrepreneur, and wifey, the talented visionary has a lot on her plate but isn’t ready to slow down yet.
On Wednesday, streetwear brand Seven Crash presented their “EVOLUTION” Autumn/Winter 2020 collection during NYFW at Spring Studios. Presented by CEO Jason Yao, the New York-based fashion house founded in 2013 is widely known for its experimental designs that fuse together eco-friendly textiles, unconventional patterns and hints of Chinese culture to create one-of-a-kind looks.
This season’s theme, according to Yao, is heavily inspired by technology and the worlds current social and environmental climate. Seven Crash is all for promoting innovation. The fashion house heavily relies on keeping up with the times and the rapid progression of all things relevant in our society today, such as technological advancement and environmental sustainability, and how they will essentially shape our future.
Seven Crash made its NYFW debut in 2019 and it continues to exceed expectations and “Crash The Rules”. The Autumn/Winter collection introduces three different series’: Prosperous, Decay and Nirvana. Each series explores elements of technology from a different angle while skillfully channeling futuristic and cutting edge art.
The line features an array of apparel ranging from oversized, thick woven fabrics with a pop of color, to sleek metallic outerwear to rustic, multi-patterned bomber jackets. There’s definitely something for everyone.
Check out some of our favorite looks from the show below:
Singer and songwriter Inayah is just getting started. Coined “The Jingle Queen” by her loyal fans who she refers to as her “’Inayahlators’, Inayah is known for her unique song covers that ultimately helped her rise to social media fame. Stream Inayah’s debut album S.O.L.A.R. [Inayahlator Enterprises/EMPIRE] now.
Less than 12 hours before the release of her highly anticipated sophomore album Romance, Camila Cabello found some time between her busy press runs to head to NYC’s meatpacking district visit a group of lucky fans at a special pop-up shop inspired by the album.
Now, this may trigger feelings of nostalgia or come as a shock to some. If you’re a 90’s baby like me, then you should already be familiar with Heelys; however, if you’re not then let me explain.