Vans 2014 “Love Me, Love Me Not” Valentines Day Sneaker Pack

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Never a brand to forget the most romantic day of the year, Vans has created this “Love Me, Love Me Not” Valentines Day sneaker pack featuring two special editions of the Sk8-Hi Slim and Slip On for the lovely lady in your life. Playing with a daisy floral print, the Sk8-Hi Slim features the vibrant little flowers set against a black canvas base for a simple look. Both sneakers feature a “he loves me, he loves me not” scrawl printed on the sidewalls. Expect these to hit Vans retailers starting February 1st.

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Head Porter Plus 2014 Spring/Summer Collection

Head Porter Plus presents its apparel collection for the Spring/Summer season. Sticking to what it knows best, the collection is an assembly of staple pieces crafted with attention to detail and quality. Designed for the casual living, the spring/summer range includes cotton blazers and vests, a collection of bold striped shirts and crewneck sweaters, button down shirts in a range of patterns, and accessories to round out any outfit. Look for the coming collection soon at select Head Porter Plus stockists including the HYPEBEAST Store.

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Ben Leventhal. Co-founder of, president of KitchenSurfing and on the board of directors of Hot Bread Kitchen. Ben is wearing a VK Nagrani double breasted suit, VK Nagrani Captains shirt, and Bontoni for VK Nagrani shoes. 

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Watch ‘RapFix Live’ At 4PM For Exclusive Slaughterhouse Announcement


Shady Records will be in the building today. Slaughterhouse (Royce Da 5′ 9”, Joell Ortiz, Crooked I and Joe Budden) will join Sway on “RapFix Live” Wednesday (January 29) to make a very special announcement. Rap fans, trust us, you wanna tune in. Loaded Lux and Murda Mook will join them for a freestyle at the end of the show. It all goes down at 4p.m. on MTV Jams and LIVE!

Catch Slaughterhouse, Loaded Lux and Murda Mook on “RapFix Live” Wednesday at 4 p.m. ET / 1 p.m. PT on MTV Jams and on Be sure to join the Twitter conversation using the hashtag #RapFixLive. Send your questions for the artists to @MTVRapFix!

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KINGS OF NY Ski Mask Way White on Black Snapback Hat

KINGS OF NY Ski Mask Way White on Black Snapback Hat

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Viberg for Palmer Trading Company “Service Boot

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Palmer Trading Company has teamed up with Canadian boot maker Viberg on this reissue of their WW2 military “Service Boot”. The boot meets the specs of the original, with the materials being updated to a combination of blue and black Horween Chromexel leathers anchored to a studded red Dainite sole, and brass eyelets. You can pick up a pair of these exclusive “Service Boots” from Palmer Trading Company now.

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After 15 Years, Fashion Critic Cathy Horyn Leaves The New York Times

The New York Times has officially announced that its chief fashion critic Cathy Horyn will retire from her position. According to a memo addressed to the newsroom from Executive Editor, Jill Abramson and Editor, Stuart Emmrich, Ms. Horyn will step down to spend more time with her partner Art Ortenberg, who is the widower of  clothing designer Liz Claiborne. After heading over to The Times in 1998, Ms. Horyn stepped into her current role in 1999 and proceeded to make waves in the industry with her critique and commentary throughout the fashion world — earning both praise and her fair share of revoked invites. Ms. Horyn’s illustrious career as a fashion journalist saw her hold positions at Vanity Fair, The Washington Post and The Detroit News. Below is the entire letter from Jill Abramson and Stuart Emmrich:

It is with both deep sadness over her departure and immense gratitude for the legacy she leaves behind that we announce that Cathy Horyn, the paper’s chief fashion critic since 1999, is leaving The Times. Cathy’s reasons for leaving are personal ones, to spend more with her partner, Art Ortenberg, who has had health problems, and whom she feels would benefit greatly from her increased presence at home.

How do we measure the impact that Cathy has made at The Times? Is it in the 1,123 bylined pieces she has written in the past 15 years? The promising designers she discovered, the unoriginal ones she dismissed, the talents that she celebrated in ways that illuminated their creative process for a readership that ranged from the executive offices of LVMH to the bargain shoppers at Barneys Warehouse? We do so in all of those ways to mark the work of a woman who is the preeminent fashion critic of her generation and who has set an almost impossible standard for those who may follow.

Cathy’s is a unique voice in the fashion world, one that was immediately announced by one of her very first reviews in The Times, of the couture shows in Paris in January, 1999. Here is how she led off that piece:

Just about everyone who comes to the haute couture collections knows that Nan is Nan Kempner, that Deeda is Deeda Blair and that Liliane Bettencourt, who was seated Wednesday in the front row at the Yves Saint Laurent show and wearing an orange muffler, is the richest woman in France. They may or may not know that the youngest couture customer at Givenchy is all of 8, or that Dodie Rosekrans, the San Francisco art patron and couture stalwart, recently bought a full-size guillotine covered with the Chanel logo for her home in Venice. But give them time. Paris is probably the only place on earth where the world’s rich, titled and tucked can always count on being connected, if only through clothes.

How can you not be immediately hooked? Times readers were, and have continued to be for the past 15 years. But Cathy was more than just a fashion critic. She was also a superb reporter, one who used fashion as her lens to look into broader cultural themes, most recently in her riveting A1 piece on Jackie Kennedy’s iconic pink suit, worn the day her husband was assassinated in Dallas and today shielded from public view, along with her blood-stained stockings, in a climate-controlled vault on the outskirts of Washington.

Cathy will be sorely missed by all of us in Styles and by the paper as a whole. But she is not leaving us completely: She will continue to work on a project that is dear to her heart: A book to be published by Rizzoli that chronicles how The New York Times has covered fashion from the 1850s to the first decades of the 21st century. No doubt it will be a great read.


Jill and Stuart

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Your Johnson*  *But…

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Your Johnson* 

*But were afraid to ask

Asher Roth Takes Our Super Bowl Pop Quiz

The Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks will face off in Super Bowl XLVIII on Sunday, so a few days ahead of the big game we decided to give Asher Roth a pop quiz to test his knowledge of the game and pop culture. Questions ranged from past Super Bowl halftime performances, to the final score in last year’s showdown between the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers. Check it out above.

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