An Iconic Rolex, Partying with Julia Fox, 70 Years of Moncler

It’s the weekend, honey!

I don’t know about you, but I’m sitting here scratching my head and wondering where the week has gone. Well, that’s a result of the whirlwind of fashion month. As summer officially comes to an end, complete with temperature drops and bulky outerwear, fashion is doing what it does best – wishing the season away. All eyes are on Spring/Summer 2023, as London and Milan Fashion Weeks took the spotlight and spotlighted some of the industry favourites.

Everyone came with their A-game – Prada offered a master class in understated elegance, JW Anderson showed off his QWERTY skills, Chopova Lowena took us to heaven, Kim Jones welcomed Karl Largerfield through Fendi and Ancuta Sarca relaunched Nike.

Another busy week on Fashion Island, eh? While you take a short but deserved breath before Paris, there’s still a lot more to catch up…

Amid the ongoing drama plaguing YEEZY GAP, Ye joined the buzz of Tik-Tok as the second round of YEEZY GAP Engineered by Balenciaga landed. In other celebrity news, Robert Pattinson curated an art auction, Donald Glover ripped out his cropped shorts, Brad Pitt quietly sneaked into skincare and Pete Davidson operated H&M.

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A lot has happened in the sneaker world, from Nike Air Jordans 1 to “Sketch” Air Max 95s, more New Balance 990v3s by Teddy Santis, alternative versions of the 9060 silhouette, CDG Vans, UNDERCOVER Air Force 1s, the cleanest sneaker yet from ON, and Palace have teamed up with New Balance for a non-99xs collaboration – who would have thought!?

Well I’m sure that’s enough to keep you busy until Monday – see you in Paris?

The Rolex Daytona isn’t just a hype watch: it’s an icon

“If you google the most famous Rolex watch of all time, you will most likely get one of two answers: the Submariner or the Daytona. Something, however, tells me that in a post-pandemic world — where the following Instagram accounts have been seen de rigueur, and “talking Rolex” has moved well beyond athletes and Wall-St types — that the Daytona surely reigns supreme in watch infamy would claim.”

All Things Julia Fox at Highsnobiety’s Milan Fashion Week Party

“Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2023 can be described in two words: Julia Fox. The 32-year-old actress, model and sudden superstar is as newsworthy as the runway shows she’s attended and making our party honor her is a big deal in itself.”

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Luxury is the new standard for Chained & Able

“Stepping into fashion, or any other industry at all, is undoubtedly a daunting task. As you prepare to take the plunge, a whirlpool of uncertainty awaits your first mistakes — and what about the challenge of overcoming critics in your social circles, right? worse, inside yourself?”

70 years studying Moncler with Remo Ruffini

“In the music database, ‘Moncler’ has 983 matches in the lyrics. Two tracks by 21 Savage, Bank Account and ball w/ou, are among the most popular entries, with 2.8 million and 972.5k views, respectively. In song titles, “Moncler” appears in 163 entries, with Juice WRLD’s Purple Moncler topping the list with 143,000 searches. As the track’s chorus unfolds to “Walking ’round Atlanta in a Purple Moncler,” a Reddit void catches your eye Red thread dedicated to the life of the rapper’s down jacket: In a screenshot of his now-deleted Instagram profile, Juice wears a Moncler Men’s 2 1952 Purple Down Lorent Vest with the caption “@moncler SPONSER ME PLS.”

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Afrobeats got its flowers, now what?

“Afrobeats has a narrative problem. For years, the history of the genre – and every African artist within it – has revolved around the golden ticket of moving from the fringes into global mainstream music. The recent explosion of Afrobeats has only helped cement this anecdote that many artists follow in their music as well: beat the odds, make it to wealth, fame and Western recognition. But what if that has already happened?”

Carl Jones wants to build the next Pixar using the Web 3.0 community and NFTs

“Sometimes there are so many voices in a room telling you what to do that you can lose your own voice. It’s not uncommon for a TV station to want to reach or market to a specific demographic. This can affect the authenticity of a project – and this ‘falseness’ has no place in our current cultural space.”

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