Category Archives: Magazine

Rihanna goes wild on W magazine


Style icon, wild child, creature of the night. Bad gal RiRi comes alive after midnight.

The World’s Wildest Style Icon

Rihanna wears Donna Karan New York dress; Ashley Lloyd headdres; Amrapali ruby and diamond ear cuffs; Meadowlark septum ring; Stephen Dweck sterling silver and pyrite necklace
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Mixtape: A-Q – Son Of John


A-Q finally releases his much anticipated mixtapa “Son Of John”. Production credit from Beats by Jay and more. Check it out!

Asap Rocky covers The Girls + Boys Issue of i-D Magazine


It’s an incredibly exciting time to be alive. The internet and social media have had a revolutionary impact on the way we interact, socialise, work and play, and as a result given rise to one of the most exciting and creative periods of recent decades. In The Girls + Boys Issue of i-D we explore what it means for boys and girls, like ourselves, growing up today. Splitting the issue down the middle, model of the moment Leona ‘Binx’ Walton heads up the GIRLS, while fashion’s favourite rapper A$AP Rocky heads up the BOYS Read the rest of this entry

Kanye West GQ cover story, talks wedding, Drake and more


Kanye West has been married for ten days, and he has that new-husband way with the ring still, pulling it on and off like it’s something he might yet undo, or do again. The ring is gold, and understated in a way that not much else about Kanye West is

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ASAP MOB and Cam’ron cover GQ magazine

A$AP MOB: Rocky, FIllz, Bari, Yams, Ant, Twelvyy, Nast and Ferg

A$AP MOB: Rocky, Illz, Bari, Yams, Ant, Twelvyy, Nast and Ferg

“When you’re the hottest crew in Harlem, you don’t need a tie.”

A$AP Mob and Cam’ron get dressed for GQ magazine’s fashion spread featuring locals from Harlem, N.Y. The A$AP Mob crew: Rocky, Illz, Bari, Yams, Ant, Twelvyy, Nast, and Ferg in suits and shirts — no ties Read the rest of this entry

Rita Ora covers Flare magazine

While Rita Ora’s travelling entourage of hairstylist, makeup artist and manicurist synchronize primping—a “Cinderelly, Cinderelly”–type coordination of brush strokes and cords, puffs of floral scent and sprays—the 23-year-old British pop star and I lament our under-eye circles. “Panda eyes,” she calls them. “I’m the queen of bags; I’ve had them since I was young.” She leans over to pat her thumb on my bare face, just above my cheek, where, on this May morning, the crescents under my eyes are especially dusky. Ora suggests with the conspiratorial authority of an older, cooler friend in high school Read the rest of this entry

Jennifer Lopez sizzles on Billboard magazine

At 44, Jennifer Lopez is still smokin’, but also increasingly serious about the business of her brand, as she releases her eighth album, tours and grabs the big booty ($52 million in just one year!) as she empire builds in the mode of a muy mod Read the rest of this entry

DJ Cuppy and billionaire dad Femi Otedola cover Genevieve magazine

Oil mogul Femi Otedola and daughter DJ Cuppy grace the June cover of Genevieve Magazine for Father’s Day issue.

“This year’s Father’s Day issue features business tycoon, Femi Otedola (CEO of Forte Oil Plc and the Nigerian President and Chief Executive Officer of Zenon Petroleum and Gas limited) and his DJ daughter, Cuppy. In their exclusive interview with Genevieve magazine, they speak about father/daughter bond, Cuppy’s career choice and what the future holds for her Read the rest of this entry

Chanel Iman covers Hapers Bazaar

Chanel Iman graces the cover of muse of Harper’s Bazaar Russia. Dressed in Prada, Alexander McQueen, Dolce & Gabana, and more Read the rest of this entry

DJ Cuppy features on Ours Magazine defying stereotype and taking over Music Industry

Young entrepreneur and female disc jockey, DJ Cuppy battles stereotypes while making a name for herself in one of the toughest industries: music. Describing her simply as talented and courageous would be reductive. Cuppy is a complex individual and we have only sampled an amuse bouche of what she has to offer. Mixing house and African music, Cuppy fuses two different styles, creating what she calls Neo-Afrobeats Read the rest of this entry


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