I-likeitalot.com presents to you our own perspective of street style in the Lovely city of London town and beyond. The Individuals, they possesses a unique and individual fashion sense that reflects their character, this “Je ne sais Quoi” factor that can’t be defined. Check out after the Jump for more
Kanye West graces the pages of US Vogue. The rapper-turned-designer poses alongside Givenchy’s creative director Riccardo Tisci as well as his current muses in the world renowned
fashion magazine’s/ style bibles March edition. Kanye West Poses alongside Florence Welch of Florence + the Machine in a provocative image which also features supermodel Karolina Kurkova in the frame posing it up behind Kanye who is the centre of attention, however Ethiopian model Liya Kebede poses upfront attempting to steal the show in the four shot image on the right hand side of the double page spread. In the image on the left hand side of the double page spread, Actress Liv Tyler, lays across the brown leather chair that Tisci sits in creating an edgy editorial two shot. The full feature appears in the March edition of US Vogue.
VERBAL is on the Cover of EYESCREAM March 2012 Inside the issue you can find the interview about his view on fashion, creation and sports. An interesting feature with the new creative director of Reebok Asia, Have a look at the full entry after the jump… well if you understand Japanese.
I-likeitalot.com presents to you our own perspective of street style. Each week of the year we shooting individuals with their own style as we salute each person originality. We call them Individuals because they possesses a unique and individual fashion sense that reflects their character this “Je ne sais Quoi” factor that can’t be defined. The month of January is done as we embrace the month of Love, February More Street style coming Up . . . Check out all the Individuals from the last Week of january after the Jump and share your thoughts
I-likeitalot.com presents to you our own perspective of street style. Each week of the year we shooting individuals with their own style as we salute each person originality, their unique and individual fashion sense that reflects their character. Most people don’t realize the world has few innovators and the mass are just imitators because of the fear of failure, to present their true self. So many people have brilliant innovative ideas but they are afraid that it will not be accepted, it’s the reason why leaders and truly creative people have no fear because they live in their world and function on their own. We call them Individuals because they possesses this “Je ne sais Quoi” factor that can’t be defined. Check out all the Individuals after the Jump and share your thoughts
The briefcase revival comes courtesy of the popularity of totes and messenger bags offering a more practical, sophisticated alternative to backpacks. Briefcases tend to be more complimentary and effectively reduce the amount of creases left on suit jackets as they are handheld, practical as well as timeless. Whether kept at home as a document holder or actively used on a daily basis while working in the city, your briefcase can be used as the ultimate power dressing accessory, a conversation piece that means business. What other way is there to complete a suave look but with a briefcase. A worth while investment that is timeless and classic.
I-likeitalot.com Presents Top 5 briefcases for fall 2011 (more…)
The look book speaks for itself, the theme retro super future is set in the city of London, select images feature JY and C among the streets of Mayfair, Kensington and Chelsea. In our first LookBook we were inspired by street hustlers, ragga muffin style and the cold winter. We walked across the park in Berkeley Square and visited our favourite clothing stores in Portobello Road wearing fresh Nike Air Jordans/Timberland boots taking a short break to enjoy hot chocolate, croissant, pain au chocolat before getting back to business. Check Out the Full entry after the Jump (more…)
I-likeitalot went down to the bear-pit last week to see a showcase of Akala’s Hip Hop theatre project, “Hip Hop Shakespeare.” We spoke to Akala and Ty posing the question ‘What’s it all about?’ Enjoy!
Urban News Network documents The creation of a masterpiece…Who Gon Stop Me one of the hottest tracks placed on the iconic Watch The Throne project. Produced by Sham Joseph aka Sak Pase and Kanye West. The sample comes from Flux Pavilion’s I Can’t Stop.