Archive for June, 2010|Monthly archive page

Twins + Lego = Dee & Ricky

Also known as Demetrius and Ricardo, Dee and Ricky are identical twins and fashion designers. They first made a name for themselves through their work with the legendary Marc Jacobs; however, they are known for their quirky accessories. Their ranges include heart-shaped brooches and bow ties made of Legos.  Worn by the likes of Kanye West and Travis McCoy, their accessories are a hot item to add to our ever-growing wish lists!


Quirky brand Fred Flare is a homeware and accessories retailers. Their novelty products range from bacon flavored jelly beans to a Crosley USB turntable! They are the brand behind many of Urban Outfitters homeware items however they offer the full Fred Flare range and they deliver to the UK!

We Heart Dsquared2!

Canadian brothers Dean and Dan are the genius behind the amazing men’s and women’s wear label Dsquared. Their current men’s collection, SS10 has a camping theme with wellies, camouflage shorts and pinstripe shirts. There AW10 collection consists of leather, PVC shirts and lots n lots of denim! As usual their collection looks amazing, and is sure to be a best seller when it hits stores.

Mark Ronson & The Business INTL – Bang Bang Bang

Mark Ronson featuring QTIP and MNDR. Bang Bang Bang taken from the forthcoming album The Record Collection.

This is not a suit!

Photography Adrien Sauvage

Ray Lowry | London Calling

Paying tribute to Ray Lowry, 30 artists, including Tracey Emin, Nick Hornby, Billy Childish, Harry Hill, Paul Simonon and Humphrey Ocean, create
reinterpretations of The Clash’s iconic ‘London Calling’ album cover.  An exhibition at the idea generation from 18th June til 4th July 2010.  A nice one to check out if you are in the area.

Modern Day Rock n Roll?..Theophilus London

Brooklyn born rapper, Theophilus London is sure enough the epitome of Rock n Roll! The rapper, who is notorious for grabbing a woman out of his audience and dancing with her on stage, delivers a rock n roll performance to an Electronic or Hip Hop beat. His music defies any particular genre as he uses a range of samples (one of which, Whitney Houston’s- I will always love you) and tends to localize his set list depending on the country he is performing in, on a recent trip to London he performed a song over one of London-based DJ’s Crazy Cousins tracks, Lets just say, he knows how to get a crowd going!

Major Lazer

Major Lazer is collaboration between DJ Diplo and Switch. Currently on their first studio album together; Guns Don’t Kill People… Lazers Do, Major Lazer have already been tearing up the dance floor with tracks such as; Pon de Floor and Hold the Line.

The album is of the reggae/dance hall genre and features artist, Vybz Kartel, Nina Sky and Santigold just to name a few. Guns Don’t Kill People…Lazers Do is definitely worth a listen as Major Lazer are set to be big this summer, the duo have a global list of tour dates and are set to play at Notting Hill Carnival this August bank holiday.

G- Shock, The invincible watch!

Created by someone who had a dream of “creating a watch that never breaks” GShock fails to let you down. The now retro piece boast a 10 year battery life, 10 bar water resistance and a 10 meter free fall endurance making it a friend for life (almost!)

Recent years have seen the Gshock become a fashion staple for cool kids alike. The brand has collaborated with the likes of Redman, illustrator Mr Cartoon and been featured in music videos like Rhianna’s Rudeboy. The Gshock watch is definitely something to snap up quick time!

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