This season Christian Louboutin has worked up its signature Rollerboy Spikes in camouflage-print pony hair for a new take on the luxe-cum-punk shoes. The loafer silhouette gets a predominantly brown camo upper punctuated by the bold use of gold-colored studs across the entire shoe. Complementing the special exterior is a rich leather lining inside along with black piping on the edges of the shoes. Available now at the Christian Louboutin online store for $1,495 USD.
“Challenges are gifts that force us to search for a new center of gravity. Don’t fight them. Just find a new way to stand.”
CNN’s Amanda Davis interviews Serena Williams after winning her second French Open title.
It’s been 10 years already? Pharrell takes the time to personally thank the BBC ICECREAM fans for all of their support over the years.
To celebrate 10 years of operation, the label created an exclusive 10th anniversary collection available now straight from the source.
Apple‘s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is opening tomorrow and the new iRadio service that has been talked about for many months already, is supposedly being announced at the event’s keynote presentation. In an attempt to go against the Spotify’s and Pandora’s of this world, Apple will launch iRadio, their first music streaming service.
Originally the service was supposed to launch in 2012, but Apple apparently had difficulty coming to terms with the world’s biggest record labels. Last week it was announced, that the final big label, Sony, had signed onto the service, which means that Apple is finally ready to get the product out there. Similar to Spotify, the service will apparently be free and supported by ads. Also iRadio is supposed to be easier to customize than Pandora and therefore falls kind of in-between Pandora and Spotify. It is not clear yet if iRadio will run through iTunes or a separate service and whether or not Apple will offer a premium service without ads.
The WWDC keynote starts tomorrow morning.
Vans today brings forward an intense “True Blue” suede Sk8-Hi, bearing a bold inca motif, embroidered along the upper quilted side panels. Hits of “Inca” orange also play their role throughout the design seeing placement along the tongue tag, footbed and the iconic old school side stripe. Get yours here.