Adidas issued an apology on their Facebook page yesterday after they received a lot of negative comments regarding the sneakers they produced with designer Jeremy Scott. The shoes, titled the JS Roundhouse Mids, drew controversy because they had handcuffs — or, as some believed, “shackles” alluding to slavery — attached to the heels. The photo caption on Adidas’s Facebook page stated, “Got a sneaker game so hot you lock your kicks to your ankles?”
Adidas released the following statement:
The design of the JS Roundhouse Mid is nothing more than the designer Jeremy Scott’s outrageous and unique take on fashion and has nothing to do with slavery … We apologize if people are offended by the design and we are withdrawing our plans to make them available in the marketplace.
Photo courtesy of NYMag.
Japanese skin care company Shiseido Co will release “La Creme” on September 21 to mark the 30th anniversary of its most luxurious beauty product line Cle de Peau Beaute. To commemorate this milestone, they plan on selling three limited-edition jars of cream, which costs Y1.050.000 ( an amount of $ 13.000) for a single 50-gramme jar. Handcrafted out of crystal and platinum, the jars cost nearly as much as a face-lift.
Photo courtesy of Telegraph.
In the South Park episode entitled “Cartman’s Tea Party” the guest appearance was Muscle Man Marc, a character that looked like Marc Jacobs. And now is offering for sale a limited edition of Muscle Man Marc dolls.
Photo courtesy of Refinery29.
Joan Smalls covers W‘s July number and she looks amazing. Love her look. And those eyes. Just great. The session was photographed by Steven Meisel.
Photos courtesy of Styleite.
Charlize Theron’s intricate red-carpet braid looks amazing. Well actually looked amazing, as she cut her hair short, but, still, I wish I had long tresses so that I could do that!
Photo courtesy of Allure. Also more details on how to do such a braid.