Warby Parker is renowned for great deals on stylish prescription eyeglasses. But did you know Warby also has a fantastic—and HUGE!—selection of sunglasses? It’s true. From Midcentury to Aviator and everything in between, with colored, smoked, and mirrored lenses, in all sizes and in most any price point.
If you thought Warby Parker was only a one-stop shop for great glasses, you’re in for a pleasant surprise. Head on over to warbyparker.com today and discover nearly 40 sunglass frames and dozens of lens styles to suit your individual taste.
Warby Parker designs all of its sunglasses in-house and makes them with high-quality acetate. It’s durable, hypoallergenic, and capable of holding exceptionally rich colors, plus it’s made to last for years. Every frame is hand-assembled and polished. After the raw material is cut into shape using a CNC machine, it’s tumbled with wood chips and hand-polished with a German wax compound. Warby also uses stainless steel and titanium for metal-framed glasses, because of their high strength-to-weight ratio.
Then they custom-cut and polish the edges of your lenses, all of which are treated with anti-reflective and scratch-resistant coatings. Warby Parker’s impact-resistant polycarbonate lenses block 100 percent of UVA and UVB rays. Lenses come standard with non-prescription glasses, but prescription lenses with all these features are also available (up to $ 120 extra). Once you choose your frames, simply upload an image of your eyeglasses prescription to your order (snap a photo or scan it in) and submit your doctor’s contact information. If you don’t happen to have your prescription handy, you can just send it to Warby Parker later.
I’ve Never Ordered Glasses Online. Help!
Online glasses have exploded in popularity over the last few years, and much of that is due to Warby Parker. The company was one of the pioneers of the online eyeglass market. Warby Parker makes the selection process simple by offering an excellent set of guidelines on how to choose the right glasses for you. Basically, there are five main rules to follow when buying new glasses:
Your pupils should be near the center of the lens
The lenses shouldn’t extend past the side of your face
Your eyebrows should not be inside the glasses; let ’em fly!
When you smile, your cheeks shouldn’t push the frames up
The frames shouldn’t slide down your nose
If you receive your frames and you love them but they don’t fit quite right, Warby Parker will fix the following issues at any of its retail locations, free:
The frames are too tight or loose behind your ears
The temples are too long or too short
The temples are too tight or loose at the side of your face
The frames are crooked or slide down your face
And if you’re not close to a Warby Parker location, most optical shops will make minor adjustments for free or a small fee. If they do charge you, WP will reimburse you up to $ 50 for a single adjustment within 30 days of purchase. Just email them the bill.
So if you still need to pick out a new visage for summer, head over to Warby Parker today and check out their huge selection of sunglasses. It’s a lot easier than you think. We’ve put together a selection of nine great sunglasses from Warby Parker below.
Festival season is finally here, and so, too, are a number of fashion trends.
Coachella weekend one saw the emergence of a number of trends, primarily in the hair category, as influencers and guests looked to accessories, classic styles and colorful looks to complement their festival gear.
A go-to festival style, textured waves left its mark at Coachella, with many taking a grungy and grittier take on the classic beach waves with hair that looked like it had been dipped in a swimming pool prior to styling.
Others went for bold, colorful looks with balayage highlights and full coloring in pastel hues of pink, purple and blue.
Read on to see the five key hair trends that emerged at Coachella.
1. Pastel Hues
Lottie Tomlinson at the Revolve Party at Coachella 2019.
Sophie Simmons at the 5th Annual ZOEasis Party, at Coachella 2019.
Winnie Harlow at the Revolve Party at Coachella 2019.
Jenn Im at the Revolve Party at Coachella 2019.
2. Loose Braids
Shay Mitchell at the Revolve Party at Coachella 2019.
Kathryn Newton at Coachella 2019.
Khanh Duong at Coachella 2019.
3. Gritty Textured Waves
Aimee Song at the Revolve Party at Coachella 2019.
Jasmine Tookes at the Revolve Party at Coachella 2019.
Danielle Herrington at the Revolve Party at Coachella
Renowned for its rugged workwear, Carhartt makes a surprising amount of gear and apparel that’s fantastic for warm weather months. So we decided to share with you nine of Carhartt’s best summer clearance items, all on sale right now.
From shorts and t-shirts to shoes to polos, Carhartt’s warm weather gear is just as well made as its legendary dungarees. And while it all maintains that hard-working aesthetic, with plenty of earth tones and natural fibers, there’s a good amount of performance apparel as well. With cotton/spandex blends that move with you to moisture-wicking and odor-trapping polyesters, Carhartt gear is as versatile as it is tough. So it’s great for almost any outdoor occasion.
No matter if you’ve got a long day in the yard ahead of you, or a lazy afternoon hanging around on the lawn, Carhartt gear is comfortable, stylish, and durable.
We stuck with lightweight, spring and summer-ready gear for this roundup. However, if you love Carhartt’s amazing year-round, all-weather workwear as much as we do, the Clearance section is loaded with 77 items like coats, boots, flannels, and base layers on sale for up to 50 percent off right now. So it’s a great time to stock up on gear you’ll need year-round. There’s even activity-specific gear like wading bibs on Clearance.
If you love Carhartt as much as we do, you may want to consider up for its Ground Breakers Loyalty Program. You’ll earn points on the gear you already buy and stuff you already do, like writing a product review, taking a survey, and updating your profile. Rack up enough points and use them to get even more Carhartt stuff—like exclusives you can’t get anywhere else. Want to sign up? Anyone 18 years or older, living in the contiguous United States and Canada, can join.
So check out some of our favorite summer gear from Carhartt below. And if you’re like us, you’ll be checking back on the Carhartt Clearance page often. It’s a gold mine.
LONDON — British men’s wear brand Ben Sherman has signed a multi-year agreement as an official supporter of Team GB for the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games, and beyond. An announcement is expected Monday.
The clothing brand, known for its slim-fitting silhouettes, will create exclusive looks to be worn by the British athletes during the official opening ceremony. It will also create an additional Olympic capsule collection for retail in May 2020. Proceeds from the sales will support British Olympians.
Mark Williams, creative director of Ben Sherman said: “The design elements will hold true to the spirit of the Olympics and Great Britain. We want the athletes to feel an immense sense of achievement and unity while representing the nation during the opening ceremony.”
Cory M. Baker, chief operating officer at Marquee Brands, parent of Ben Sherman, said: “It’s a time to come together with pride and root for the athletes and icons that represent each country. The heritage of Ben Sherman embodies the spirit of the U.K. and gives us the opportunity to celebrate Team GB with amazing designs and fashion pieces.”
Tim Ellerton, British Olympic Association commercial director said, “We are already excited about the designs they have in mind.”
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Looking for the next influencer to collaborate on its Aqua collection, Bloomingdale’s tapped Helen Owen, whose Instagram account has 1.5 million followers, for her love of travel and comfort.
Owen’s blog showcases her enviable life with posts about trips to Malta; Tulum in Mexico; Bora Bora, and the Maldives, where her wardrobe invariably consists of midriff-baring tops and low-slung pants, off-the-shoulder cropped tops, shorts and bathing suits — lots of bathing suits.
“I’m a traveling creative still seeking an appropriate job title,” Owen said, adding that she’s most commonly referred to as an influencer, but sees herself as somewhere between an influencer, model, blogger and designer.
Designer is a word that’s been resonating with Owen. Her Helen Owen x Aqua collection will be available at Bloomingdale’s stores nationwide on Friday. The collection includes everything for a beach getaway to an appearance at Coachella, where Owen will be on Friday, “promoting the collection hard core.”
“I can’t just wear shorts and a T-shirt,” Owen said. “I like feeling a little more polished. I went to Bloomingdale’s with a mood board of what I wanted and their mood board was very similar.”
A white eyelet cropped top, lemon-print minidress, striped bustier and matching pants, and red skirt
CNN appears to have soured on backing Kamala for President
Her problem might be that she’s boring
CNN financial incentives are counter to their political preference
Illegal immigrant children are being held in “Obama Cages”
Trump admin should make it a goal to eliminate “Obama Cages”
Reparations topic and Corey Booker
No democrat candidate can ignore that “woke” topic
The psychological invention of America as a cultural “melting pot”
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Hot 97 released their official lineup for this year’s Summer Jam concert. With Cardi, Meek Mill, City Girls, and more performing we can say without a doubt the night is going to be lit.
“Grammy Award-winning artist and Bronx native, Cardi B, will take the Stadium Stage alongside rapper, songwriter, and activist, Meek Mill, two-time platinum selling Hip Hop group, Migos, and Tory Lanez,” a press release for the annual concert states. “Additional performers include A Boogie, who’s platinum-selling album Hoodie SZN recently reached #1 on the Billboard 200 charts, Rich the Kid, Funk Flex, Davido, Casanova, Melii, City Girls, Megan Thee Stallion, and Kash Doll, as well as numerous surprise guests, a staple element of Summer Jam.”
Many of your other up-and-coming faves will be in the building to perform as well. According to the announcement, “Trippie Redd kicks off the Festival Stage at 4:00 p.m. alongside City Girls, Blueface, Melii, Nicole Bus, and G4 Boyz.”
“Ask anyone from the New York area about Summer Jam, and I bet you they have their own personal story to share,” says Ebro Darden, assistant program director and host of Ebro in the Morning. “This is more than just a Hip Hop concert. It’s the party of the year where historic moments are made and the music & culture are truly celebrated. We’re excited to be back and thankful for the support the tri-state and the world have given us over the years.”
Tickets go on sale for the general public this Friday, April 5, at 10 a.m., but American Express Card Members can cop theirs today at hot97.com/summerjam.
Never say never. Especially not to a determined bad boy. Zander Minelli is exactly the wrong kind of man. He's dark, dangerous, and knows far too much about sawed-off shotguns.  Faith Davidson finds him irresistible. The widowed single mother knows she should dip her toe back in the dating pool with someone solid and dependable. Definitely no tattoos. But every time she looks up, the brooding soldier is watching her, and she can't help but wonder what it would be like to let herself have a taste… Small town summer nights have never been hotter—and one transplanted city-girl's heart has never been more fragile. Book 4 in the Pine Harbour series: Love in a Small Town Love in a Snow Storm Love on a Spring Morning Love on a Summer Night Love on the Run Love in a Sandstorm Love on the Outskirts of Town Love on the Edge of Reason
Teen idols Troy Donahue — in his debut — and Sandra Dee ("Gidget") star in this story of young love and an old romance which threatens to destroy two families during a summer holiday off the coast of Maine. Co-starring Oscar-nominee Arthur Kennedy ("Peyton Place") and ("Rich Man, Poor Man"). With a beautiful score by Max Steiner ("Gone With the Wind") and featuring the #1 hit song "Theme from a Summer Place."
DJ Khaled launched a summer cruise music festival a couple years ago — and now he’s back with another one that’ll feature Cardi B and Post Malone … TMZ has learned. Production sources tell us, DJK has recruited Cardi and Post to headline his…
Amon Amarth's triumphant showing at Summer Breeze 2017 truly hammers home that after a quarter of a century they are at the height of their powers. Having played the German festival numerous times over the years and loving the family vibe they have always experienced, Amon Amarth leapt at the chance to appear twice in the same year. Playing a secret, smaller scale set that focused primarily on older material and then headlining the main stage with full production – including their giant sea serpent and plenty of fire, allowing them to showcase their songs at their best, though putting together setlists from such a mighty catalogue was not the easiest of tasks. "For the first night we wanted to write a set that the fans would enjoy by wholly diving into our back catalogue, but we knew we needed to add some newer material too," explains guitarist Olavi Mikkonen. The riveting performances combined with the fevered reaction of those in attendance makes you feel like part of the audience.
Summer ’03 is the hilarious story of 16-year-old Jamie and her family, who are shocked after her calculating grandmother unveils an array of family secrets on her deathbed, one involving religion, the other of a more personal nature. Jamie is left to navigate her own love life and her closest friendships in the midst of this family crisis, and one of the most memorable summers of her life.
Jennifer Love Hewitt, Brandy, Freddie Prinze, Jr., and Mekhi Phifer star in the screamer sequel to the blood-chilling box office hit, "I Know What You Did Last Summer." Remember Ben Willis? He's the fisherman who killed the boy who was driving the car when it went off the road in the fatal accident that killed his daughter Sara… he's the man in the slicker with a hook in his hand ready to exact bloody justice… well, he's back. It's hard to forget a man who refuses to die.
Kindred spirits from different worlds become entangled together one volatile summer in this passionate, psychological thriller. Local girl Mona (Natalie Press) is naive, reckless and filled with yearning for something more in life. Tamsin (Emily Blunt) is spoiled and bored and trying to escape the confines of her prep-school existence when she draws Mona into her fantasy world. But what started as a magical friendship soon becomes laced with deception and danger.
For the foreseeable future, Offset will be looking mighty funny in the light after allegedly stepping out on his lady for women who are in Cardi B’s line of work but nowhere near her level of fame. Summer Bunni, the alleged mistress of Offset, apparently put together a track in honor of her relationship with the Migos rapper and insisting that she didn’t intend to be a homewrecker.
Summer Bunni tells The Blast, she penned “Don’t Matter” over the summer when she was experiencing “mixed feelings” about Offset. “I just wanted to write about how I felt at the time,” Bunni says, adding that she felt her emotions were being neglected during her brief fling with the hip-hop star.
As we’ve reported, Cardi B shocked the entertainment world this week when she announced a split with Offset after claiming the two had been trying to make the relationship work for a “long time.” Shortly after news broke, text messages went viral appearing to show Offset was trying to organize a ménage à trois with Bunni and another woman, Cuban Doll.
Bunni is mortified that she has been labeled as a homewrecker and says she never intended to be a catalyst for rapper’s split. “I really thought he and I were for real,” Bunni admits, saying she sincerely hopes the “Bodak Yellow” star can accept her apology one day.
If you want to hear the track, you’ll have to wait to next Tuesday (Dec. 11) or check out The Blast‘s exclusive teaser on their site.
Los Angeles fans of Kim Jones’ work for Dior Men will be among the first to shop the summer 2019 capsule collection, which was installed Wednesday at Maxfield’s Jean Prouvé ‘Nomade’ House at 8825 Melrose Avenue and will run until Dec. 26. The first pop-up made its debut at Isetan in Tokyo last month.
The Dior Men artistic director commissioned artist Kaws to reimagine the Dior logo and iconic bee for a variety of streetwear-inspired products including T-shirts, jackets, sweatshirts, backpacks and accessories from the Dior Oblique line such as sneakers, and denim pieces using the special craft of Japanese Boro. The complex 17th-century embroidery technique punctuates some of the casual denim pieces to give them a “couture” flavor. In addition, Jones reinterpreted the Saddle Bag for men for the first time. Retail prices range from $ 550 to $ 2,350.
Inside the Dior Men x KAWS Summer Capsule at Maxfield
There’s also a limited-edition, white Oblique BMX bike that comes for the first time with a “Dior Oblique” patterned aluminum case with side and top handles for easy carry, in case one chooses to travel with it.
Hard to miss is the large-scale, yellow-and-black cabochon light Kaws bee in Maxfield’s street-front window and another
Men’s Journal: How did you team up to make this watch happen? Kelly Slater: Breitling contacted us [Outerknown, the clothing brand Slater co-founded in 2015] about a year ago to talk about this idea and putting together a group of a squad with [pro surfers] Stephanie Gilmore and Sally Fitzgibbons, who are both long-time friends of mine. Breitling really wanted to represent what we mean to our sport, and give us the opportunity to include Outerknown by letting us design the watch bands.
So what’s unique about the band?
It’s made with Econyl, a yarn made with recycling fishing nets pulled from the ocean and then re-spinning back into a threading. We’ve created jackets that use it so the whole thing can be recycled. That was part of our beginning and why we launched the brand.
You’ve made your own surfboards and wave machines, so what made you get into clothing?
I just knew that something smelled a little fishy in the way clothing was made, so to speak. There was an epiphany moment. I was doing a fast for six days, I was just drinking water and about four or five days into that, I had just the clearest thoughts ever. I thought I’ve got to find out where our clothes are made when I was with another clothing company. I’ve got to find out who makes the clothes and where they’re made and what goes into it, and I need to know that whole thing because it’s provided me with so much in my life and I don’t know really anything about it. So, I started asking questions and I started getting roadblocks.
This sounds like a conspiracy theory.
I would say that it actually is. I went to a guy who worked for that company who was an artist—I’d known the guy for 20 or 30 years and figured he’d tell me. I went to his office, and I said, “Hey, I want to talk to you about something. I feel like I can get the answer from you before anyone else.” And he goes, “I don’t think you’re going to like the answers.” And he literally stood up and went and shut his door to his office and he said, “Alright, you want to talk about this? You’re just not going to like what you hear, because they’re going to buy everything as cheaply as they possibly can and make it for as little as possible, with people who don’t get paid very well, and don’t have a living wage and all that.”
You’d think for a clothing brand co-owned by a world-famous athlete, your photo would be plastered all over the website. But it’s not.
There were thoughts of calling it Slater, but I just want it to be about the clothing and more about the ideas than it was about me. My goal was to make good clothes the right way and let that stand the test of time. To me, it was more about creating this brand than it was trying to promote myself. Look, I’m proud of what I’ve done. It’s allowed me to have the access to create this company and get people that believe in the things I believe in and see what this could do in an industry that’s allowed that to happen because of what I’ve done. So, of course, I’m very proud of my accomplishments. I didn’t necessarily want to go and run the risk of being cheesy and “go buy Slater stuff.”
So are you adding clothing designer to your resume?
Well, the Apex Trunk is probably my signature piece because that’s what I live in. I worked on all aspects of the design on that trunk, but I don’t have the time to go in there and work on everything. I’m happy with it being tied to me saying the Apex predator. To me, I want to be a great white shark. When I compete, I want to be that top guy. It’s surprising that it’s not all neon though—when I was a kid everything on my surfboards was all orange and green.
I read that if you compete in the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics, it might be your last competition?
Yes, I wouldn’t say it would be my last event. I’ll probably still surf events for five years after I compete here and there. But I’m looking at potentially next year being my last full-time competitive year. And if I made the Olympics, then I would probably still compete somewhat consistently in the beginning of that year 2020, just to keep myself fresh and alert on how I need to compete, so I won’t be nervous at that time.
What does it mean for surfing to make it into the Olympics?
I can clearly see either side of it. I could be totally fine without surfing in the Olympics and I can be totally behind it as well. I see the benefit of it, and I also see that we do have a world tour that determines the best surfer in the world each year over the course of a whole year and all different kinds of conditions and I think the best surfer of the year ends up being a world champion. The pressure that’s put on the Olympics, I think, is really going to make the cream rise to the top, because you’re going to have to be just so confident in your game and what you’re doing, and decisive about that on that day, that somebody who is just a natural is going to win that thing.
You’ve been known to chase waves around the world. How do you pinpoint where the surf’s going to be?
When I first started, I had no idea. I would wake up in the morning when I was a little kid I’d take the wax off my board and my friends and I would ride our bike as fast as you can down to the beach. And most days in Florida it was nothing. As a kid, I didn’t know what made waves, I just knew that sometimes I’d wake up and the waves are big, and the wind is good. Then as a teenager, I meet a guy named Sean Collins who had a thing called Wave Track, which turned into what is now probably the biggest surf forecasting site in the world called Surfline. I was good friends with him from the time I was about 13 or 14, and he used to show me swell maps and how he would get weather maps from, say, Australia in June and July. He would be able to read what the storms are doing near New Zealand and he would know 10 days later those were going to hit the California coast. So he would have a good idea of size and interval. And then you look at local wind charts to see how it’s going to be affecting the local conditions.
I started to learn this stuff as a kid and then, through the websites and the apps that those guys have created over the years, it’s basically almost like you can self-teach any of this stuff. You go look at it and you get a good idea about how it works. But luckily there are still a few secrets about how to read them, because I love to go to Fiji and some of the websites will give an incorrect forecast and people don’t understand how to read it. If you know how to read it, it’s really obvious.
Once you hang up surfing competitively, what will you be doing?
I would say for probably a year or two I’ll travel more than I do right now. More short [surf] trips, just strike missions, like chase a swell. Right now I’ve been injured for the last year and a bit so I haven’t traveled, I haven’t chased a lot of swells down. But when I’m done competing full-time I’ll just have my eye constantly on what the ocean is doing around the world, and if I see a good swell in Namibia in July, I might go for two days. Last week, I was going to go to the Northwest coast of Africa and surf but I just kind of didn’t have the time.
Who is the next Kelly Slater?
The next guy is a kid name Eli Hanneman from Maui, he’s 15 and he’s unbelievable.
IBA’s Summer Learning Project is a 5-week, project-based enrichment program that aims to reverse summer learning loss, develop language and literacy, and support social and emotional development in 2nd and 3rd grade students. Now in its fifth year of programming offered through a partnership with Boston After School & Beyond and Boston Public School’s Office of English Language Learners, IBA’s Summer Learning Project welcomed 40 students from schools throughout Boston to the Blackstone Innovation School, where students explored the the essential question, “What is Community?” Inspired by a reading of the book Superdog: The Heart of a Hero by Carlyn Buehner at the South End Branch of the Boston Public Library, students wanted to learn more about the heroes in their own community, as well as how they too could be heroes. in this book, you will find research by the amazing 2nd and 3rd grade heroes at IBA on what, who, and where heroes are—as well as how you can be a hero, too! The program included rigorous academic instruction, but it also provided students with a new lens through which to observe the world around them. This book was accepted into the Boston Public Library’s permanent collection on August 7, 2015 and will serve as a resource for young explorers for years to come. For more information on IBA's programs, visit www.ibaboston.org
Rylie is Alpha: the leader of the werewolves. They’re an endangered species living in a sanctuary, and she’s guarded them for two peaceful years. The peace is shattered when somebody sends Rylie a threatening silver bullet. A new member of the pack goes missing. And to make things worse, her inner wolf is strangely attracted to her boyfriend’s brother, leaving her torn between the love of two men–one of them a werewolf, and the other a former hunter. New Moon Summer is the first episode (about 15k words) in a serialized paranormal romance novel featuring werewolves, hunters, and the struggle between love and destiny.
**Same story…updated cover!** Sam “Mozart” Reed’s life changed the day his little sister was found abused and murdered when he was fifteen. He’s spent the past nineteen years looking for the serial killer who took his sister from him and ruined his family. Using his connections, and SEAL training, Mozart believes he’s finally tracked the killer to the town of Big Bear, California.  Summer Pack is working in a crappy motel up at Big Bear Lake until she can find something better, more meaningful, more real. Living in an unhealthy situation, she meets a man who is everything she’s ever dreamed about and who helps her see that there are some people in the world who will actually do what they say they will.  But somewhere in Big Bear a killer is waiting to strike again. Watching for the perfect victim.
Eminem didn’t necessarily ether rappers on his latest album, Kamikaze, but he sure as hell had a little venom for them.
In his visual to “Fall,” Em finds himself dealing with the negative fallout from his previous album, Revival, and ultimately ends up on the run from a shadow that’s stalking him like George Zimmerman.
Back on the block DJ Durel and the Migos cool off with some friends and fam at a block party where everyone’s turning up OG style in the early 90’s themed clip to “Hot Summer.” No one opened the pump for old school’s sake?
Check out the rest of today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from Rich The Kid, Kxng Crooked and Family Bvsiness, and more.
EMINEM – “FALL”
DJ DUREL & MIGOS – “HOT SUMMER”
RICH THE KID – “LEAVE ME”
KXNG CROOKED & FAMILY BVSINESS – “WELCOME TO CALIFORNIA”
MYA – “GOT MY OWN”
BLAC YOUNGSTA – “UH UH”
AL JAZEERE – “OG BOBBY PT 2”
KRIS THE $ PIRIT – “RACK$ ”
SAUCE WALKA FT. HOODRICH PABLO JUAN – “MONEY GANG”
It’s the summer of 1984, the perfect time to be 15 years old and free. But when neighborhood conspiracy theorist Davey Armstrong begins to suspect his police officer neighbor might be the serial killer all over the local news, he and his three best friends begin an investigation that soon turns dangerous.
Many years ago Emma Wells turned her back on the music world and its accompanying heartache and bitter, tragic memories, but her famous grandfather’s farewell tour drives Emma from her quiet life back onto the stage and into the lime light. As she picks up her battered guitar once again, she begins to find her song writing voice. Is she beginning to heal or is her inspiration sparked by the heated gaze of the strong, sexy cowboy watching backstage?  The road is the only home Hudson Scott’s ever known since he stormed out of Marietta, Montana when he was 18 years old after a blow out fight with his father. Can the sweet summer nights at the country fairs and a burning attraction to a tempting songstress teach him how to stop running and how to build a life with a woman he just might be falling in love with?
Keira is definitely ready for summer with this colorful summer dress. However, it also looks like she’s ready for the hot, steamy nights of summer too – underneath she’s wearing only a pair of white french knickers and her white stockings.
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You might not think you run hot until the humidity kicks in and that thin veil of perspiration creates a Rorschach test on the back of your nice dress shirt. Or your forehead starts dripping like an ice cream cone on asphalt.
Don’t curse your interior cooling system, when you can rig it with these grooming products designed to help cool your temperature and keep you looking fresh.
In Carla Simon’s touching autobiographical film, six-year-old Frida looks on in silence as the last objects from her recently deceased mother’s apartment in Barcelona are placed in boxes. Although her aunt, uncle, and younger cousin Anna welcome her with open arms, it’s only very slowly that Frida begins to get used to her new home in the countryside. Punctuated by moments of youthful exuberance and mature ruminations, this coming of age drama, set amongst summery hues, is an extraordinarily moving snapshot of being a child in an adult world, anchored by flawless performances by its two young stars.
Summer weddings are occasions meant to celebrate life, love, and friendships. They’re also the perfect excuse to dance your ass off and showcase your style.
However, that’s nearly impossible if you’re sweating bullets in your go-to, year-round suit. That’s not to say all formal attire will ruin your good time. There are plenty of breathable fabrics and rich textures to keep you looking and feeling cool.
“Summer weddings should be an opportunity to showcase your personality and enjoy the weather—not dread it,” says New York-based stylist Paul Fredrick. “You just need to pick the right jacket and go from there.”
Common breathable fabrics include chambray, cotton, and seersucker, but you can find summer-friendly wool, too. With so many options, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. Lucky for you, we’ve taken the guesswork out of finding the right rig to match any style. Scroll down to find yours.
Lakers guard Josh Hart, averaging 24.2 points over six games, was named Las Vegas Summer League MVP. He played so well that Lakers president Magic Johnson said he is forcing his way into the conversation for a starting spot this fall. www.espn.com – NBA
Not even 100-degree weather could stop the large crowds of enthusiastic buyers and sellers from attending the Adult Novelty Manufacturers Expo (ANME), which kicked off Saturday evening with the XBIZ-sponsored “Welcome Black & White Party.” XBIZ.com – Pleasure & Retail
Ever since Sean Penn immortalized a pair in Fast Times atRidgemont High, the Vans slip-on has been the definitive summer sneaker.
Introduced in 1977, they’re timelessly cool; sturdy enough for skate rats and toddler-chasing dads alike; and a cinch to pull on and off at the beach or pool. You can’t top that. Check out our favorite pairs of sandals and flip-flops for summer.
This article is part of our Summer School series, a comprehensive guide to acing the year’s best season.
We’re in the throes of summer, so it’s the perfect time to stock up on must-haves to beat the heat. If your wardrobe can use a little refresh, you have a few great options that not only will help upgrade your style this season, but will save you a few bucks in the process. And if you don’t want to leave your house to do that, good news: The Huckberry Summer Sale is happening right now. From swim trunks, sunglasses, T-shirts, and more, there are plenty of styles to give your summer wardrobe a little boost. Here, we picked some of the can’t-miss deals you should know about right now.
The Dates: July 11-16, 2018
The Deal: Up to 50% off on select styles and free shipping with orders $ 75 and more.
The beach is nothing if not a great equalizer. Once you take off your shirt and you’re left with only your swim trunks, everyone knows what’s going on under the hood. And finding the right pair of shorts has never been easier, thanks to more brands designing versatile and stylish trunks that won’t break the bank.
When you’re shopping for new swim trunks, consider a few simple visual tricks: Vertical stripes create the illusion of a longer, leaner frame while horizontal ones (as well as bold patterns) can appear to add bulk. Stick with dark, slimming solids if you have thicker, muscular legs. If your legs are on the smaller side, steer clear of short inseams. These work best for average-height and smaller guys who need to show more skin to look longer. More focused on style? “Navy looks great on everyone and goes with just about everything, and red has been the standard for lifeguards on both coasts since the 1960s,” says Bill Carney, director of apparel at iconic board short brand, Birdwell. “Camo is a style staple that can be worn every summer.”
Whether you want to spend $ 35 or have a little room in your budget, here are a dozen stylish, affordable swim trunks you’ll want to rock in the sun this summer.
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I fund my Periscopes and podcasts via audience micro-donations on Patreon. I prefer this method over accepting advertisements or working for a “boss” somewhere because it keeps my voice independent. No one owns me, and that is rare. I’m trying in my own way to make the world a better place, and your contributions help me stay inspired to do that.
Scotty Cunha is known for creating incredible looks for his celebrity clients like Kourtney and Kim Kardashian and Miley Cyrus, and now the Ambassador for CHI is showing Access how to get the perfect summer beach wave! Check out the demonstration for some insider beauty tricks and make sure to check out Scotty on “The Look: All Stars” on the CW too.
It’s been a wild ride for the Hawaiian shirt. But after more than 80 years of going in and out of style, the summer look is back—and it’s never looked better.
Today’s Hawaiian shirt is the ultimate throwback: Created in the 1930s, these vivid layers were originally known as aloha shirts (and are still called that on the islands), and they’ve been riding trend waves ever since.
The fashion world’s shift toward outlandish colors and patterns led to their recent resurgence, and because they’ve been around so long, they won’t look out of place at your next barbecue. The trick? Don’t wear anything that’s going to compete with your pineapple- or jellyfish-printed wardrobe addition.
Heidi Klum speaks with Access about her summer plans for her four kids, including summer camp and heading to Europe. And, the supermodel discusses helping others by working with the non-profit charity God’s Love We Deliver in New York City, that helps feed people in need, and whether she’s brought her children to help out yet.
There’s a time and place for seersucker, but if you really want to elevate your look during those dog days, you need an unconstructed coat. Unlike most jackets, these thin variations have little or no lining, so they’re light and comfortable in the heat. Plus, in neutral shades, like those seen here, they’ll work well with the rest of your summer wardrobe—yes, even your T-shirts.
Daphne Joy is getting her week off to a fantasstic start … and we suspect yours just got better too. 50 Cent’s baby mama took her talents to Poros, Greece, where she hopped on a luxury yacht and dipped her curvy bod in the oceans. Daphne’s…
Book 1 in the St. Caroline Series A sweet summer romance set on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay "Masterfully crafted."  —InD'Tale Magazine A wealthy heir called back home by family duty … The town of St. Caroline had never felt like home to Sterling Matthew. Even though the Matthew family could date their residence back nearly a hundred years, Sterling had grown up in boarding schools—and promptly decamped for the ski slopes of Europe after college. When his father falls ill, his mother calls him home to run the family business, the renowned Chesapeake Inn. What Sterling finds, though, is a business on shaky financial footing and a staff resistant to the radical changes he has to make. No matter. He'll do what needs to be done … and then leave St. Caroline for good. A woman who's pulled herself up by the bootstraps … For years, Lucy Wyndham wondered whether she'd ever catch another glimpse of the boy she'd crushed on at the Chesapeake Inn's summer camp for disadvantaged kids. He'd been tall and quiet. Mysterious and aloof. And the owner's son. Now he's her boss and the attraction is just as strong—but they're no more compatible today than they were as teenagers. When he informs her that the camp must be eliminated to improve the resort's bottom line, she embarks on an ambitious campaign to save it. Even if the price is her job … and her heart. Summer Again was previously published as Falling for the Prodigal Son.
Summer just started this week but like the legend they’re named after the almighty Jordan brand knows there’s no rest for the weary and they’re already gearing up for their 2018 Fall releases and man do they have some heat.
While most people will go gaga over the new iterations of the classic Air Jordan silhouettes like the 1’s, III’s (them Quai 54’s are fire!), and XIII’s, the Fall releases also features some spiffy versions of the 312’s and Russell Westbrook lifestyle kicks.
Release dates for the Fall line have yet to be released but best believe hypebeasts will be stalking a few of these joints so keep your ear to the street and be ready to pounce on your favorite joints.
Check out what JB has in store for ya below and let us know which joints you’ll be checking for in a few months.
This routine comedy is about a series of misadventures during a family vacation at the beach and stars John Candy (who died of a heart attack while filming in Mexico in 1994) as John Chester and Karen Austin as his long-suffering wife Sandy. When the family leave for what turns out to be a pretty decrepit shack on a public beach, Jack eventually locks horns with the owner of this dubious piece of real estate, and their conflict terminates in a boat race in which Jack and his motley crew are at first glance, and even second, no match for the others in the race. In the meantime, there are plenty of skits with Jack dressed as anything from an ample, unintentional likeness of a geisha to the normal tourist dude in a Hawaiian shirt. His wife and daughter tackle their own problems, related to sex in one way or another, mostly another.
Tekashi69 might be fighting a losing battle trying to secure airplay on HOT 97. He was turned away at Summer Jam this past weekend.
The rainbow haired rapper took to Instagram Live as he and his crew attempted to enter to the New York Hip-Hop station’s annual concert but were turned away. Naturally the rejection did not sit well with the Brooklyn native which lead to several rounds of arguing with police on site at the event and even a confrontation with local rapper Loccie Shmula.
Of course Shmula took to social media to explain the backslide.
While at the time it was uncertain why the Brooklyn native was denied entrance, HOT 97’s Ebro Darden has confirmed that he wasn’t invited to perform. “Reason we didn’t have you on Summer Jam is cause you don’t know how to shut up bro” he explained on “You Played Yourself” segment during the Ebro In The Morning show.
Darden went on to detail how he was trying to give him some stage time but things went left. “I had a whole thing but I wasn’t gonna tell him in advance because his dumbass doesn’t know how to shut up,” Ebro said. “We had a whole plan. People was working. People really wanna help this kid but he doesn’t know how to shut up.”
The former executive turned on-air personality also alleges that Tekashi allegedly covered up his face tattoos to get pass security. “Well if Summer Jam really fell off so bad fam, why you outside with makeup on covering up your tattoos trying to get inside?”
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Currently, our President is cranking them down
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Welcome to Grey Gardens…as you've never seen it before. Three years before the Maysles' landmark documentary introduced the world to Edith and Edie Beale—the unforgettable mother-daughter (and Jackie O. relatives) living in a decaying dream world on Long Island—renowned photographer Peter Beard chronicled life at their crumbling estate during one summer in 1972. For the first time ever, director Göran Olsson (The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975) assembles this long-lost footage—featuring glimpses of luminaries like Andy Warhol, Mick Jagger, and Truman Capote—into a one-of-a-kind family portrait bursting with the loving squabbles, quotable bon mots, and impromptu musical numbers that would make Big and Little Edie beloved cultural icons.
Summer is the time when down-dressed, casual looks become stylish. Chinos, short sleeves, and linen are back, and it’s acceptable to top off the look with your favorite flip-flops and sandals. “A lot of guys are self-conscious about sandals, but if you like them, you should wear them — guys need to have a look that they like,” menswear icon Sid Mashburn says. “Function is more important than fashion, and sandals are just good summer shoes. But it can be surprising how cool they are, how chic they are, and how elegant they are. They hit all the buttons.” Here are some great open-toed options whether you’re going out for a day on the lake or a night out on the town.
We get it: the whole point of summer is that you get to leave your jacket at home. But there are arguments to doing the contrary: not only will lightweight jackets pull your look together, but the comfort of having an extra layer once the temperature dips at night makes them a good option. (Plus, having somewhere to store your headphones, pocket knife, pens, and sunglasses that isn’t the pocket of whatever pair of pants you’re wearing is always a welcome thing.) Sure, don’t bring a jacket for those miserable sweaty triple-digit days, but a jacket at the office will save you from office air conditioners, cold conference rooms and any last-minute after-work plans that might creep up.
Maybe it’s absurd, but we like to think of your favorite men’s summer fragrances as seasoning. If you put on too much, or the wrong garnish altogether, you’ve compromised the integrity of the dish. And in this case, you’re the dish, and the fragrance you wear is your salt, pepper, and Sriracha sauce.
Kendrick Lamar will be rocking the tri-state area in June. The Pulitzer Prize-winning rapper will be headling Hot 97’s Summer Jam 2018, which boasts a star-studded lineup.
Today (April 16), the NYC radio station announce the line-up of its annual concert and it has a diverse guest list of acts. Besides Lamar, A$ AP Ferg, Tory Lanez, Swizz Beatz & Friends, Remy Ma, Rich The Kid, Megan Ryte & Friends, A Boogie and Hood Celebrityy will be performing on the main Stadium Stage. Also performing on said stage will be Lil Wayne with a “Carter Classics” set.
The Festival Stage of up and coming acts features the likes of Famous Dex, Jay Critch, Don Q, Snoopy Dinero and more.
The year marks the show’s 25th anniversary, and its theme is 1994 til Infinity.
“This year’s theme, ‘94 ‘til Infinity,’ represents the 25 years Summer Jam has established itself as a mainstay in Hip Hop’s evolution since its inception and will continue to be a necessary stop for aspiring rappers who have dreams of becoming megastars in this industry,” said Ebro Darden, Hot 97’s Asst. Program Director and morning show host. via a press release.
Hot 97’s Summer Jam 2018 goes down at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ on Sunday, June 10. American Express Card Members can get their tickets before the general public starting Tuesday, April 17 at 10am EST through Thursday, April 19 at 10pmEST. If not, you can cop starting Friday, April 20th at 10 EST.
6 best mates take to the beach for surf and sex, Aussie style! Wet and soaking theyre down on their knees, joined up – pussy to mouth in a cunnalingus circle. Its an orgiastic fuck fest of face-sitting, oral sex, and lesbian action.
Want to get a jump on summer style? Backcountry has a ton of stuff at up to 50 percent off right now from name brands like Patagonia, North Face, and Marmot. Thereâs even free two-day shipping on orders over $ 50. Here are a few choice items, and one wildcard:
There are some men who wear their fully canvased, double-faced wool suits year round â youâll know them by their pained faces and soaked-through pits in July. Clearly, no one told them that designers have caught up with the summertime commuter. Brands for all budgets now make airy, lightweight clothes for all purposes. You just need a primer in what fabrics best suit your needs. Here are the ones to know.
For their first-everÂ Spring Catalog, Huckberry made its way to Kauai,Â Hawaii, to shoot its clothing and goods with real people, like shark-attack survivor and shark advocate Mike Coots and, yes, surf legend Kelly Slater. Slaterâs line of beach-ready menswear, Outerknown, is front and center in the catalog. Established in 2015, Outerknown focuses on sustainable practices like fair-trade supplyÂ chains and organic and recycled materials. You wonât find any graphics-laden, logo-pimping fashion here; this is surf style for grown-ups, inspired by salt and sand but not beholden to the limitations of beachwear. Here are a few of our favorites from the line.
A good T-shirtÂ is the official uniform to fight the sweltering heat, but every guy needs that one great polo â a do-everything shirt thatâs just as at home on the sandy beach or wearing in the office before you leave for the beach. These are the polos to take with you everywhere this summer. But we wouldnât blame you for buying them a little early.Â
Unless your summer home is in Verkhoyansk, itâs probably time to lighten up your bed sheets. Skip the sateens, though. Youâre looking for linen and breezy, organic cotton. Linen has an open weave, so itâs extremely breathable. Organic cotton feels crisp and cool even when itâs hot out. Plus, the more you wash either one, the softer they get. Here are the ones we like.
Weâve loved Shepard Fairey since his Andre the Giant/OBEY street art began popping up around the East Village back in the â90s. (You may be most familiar with his red-and-blue poster featuring Barack Obama and the word Hope.) Faireyâs clothing line, also calledÂ OBEY, launched in 2001Â and continues the artistâs tradition of bold graphics, streetwise swagger, and sly humor.
Nothingâs better than lounging around on a weekend morning in a nice pair of cotton pajamas with the newspaper (or digital equivalent) and a coffee. It always makes us feel like weâre starring in our own classic Hollywood flick, as if weâre Cary Grant or William Powell, spouting witty aphorisms while nibbling toast.
Among the belts every man should own belongs the classic and versatile woven stretch belt. Itâs a style that bridges the gap between dressy and casual and puts the finishing touch on any weekend outfit, whether weâre wearing jeans, chinos, or shorts. Woven belts are great over the long haul since they donât use holes; instead, the prong is inserted between the webbing anywhere along the length of the belt.
Summerâs official start may still be weeks away, but with record-breaking temps landing this week everywhere east of the Rockies, nowâs the time to start stripping off those layers and dressing to stay cool. A staple in every manâs warm-weather wardrobe is the classic crew T-shirt, and we just found one that weâre going to get an awful lot of use out of over the next few months.Â
It was 1955 when a Munsingwear salesman from Minnesota named Abbot Pederson went on a bit of a bender in NYC, and on the flight home ended up with a taxidermied penguin he called Pete as his drinking buddy. At some point, a flirty flight attendant slipped Pedersonâs tie from around his neck and slipped it onto Pete. The result was an instant mascot for a great American clothing line.
Maybe you hiked a 14er today. Maybe you crushed some singletrack trails. Maybe you simply feel super gross in the gnarly humidity. Whatever your reason, these Goodwipes Body Wipes for Men ($ 8) are at your service.
Summer is the time to cut loose a little, to step away from monochrome solids and bust out something with a little panache and swagger. But itâs gotta be comfortable, and you canât look like youâre trying too hard. Tropical print shirts can manage this trick nicely, but you also donât want to look like an extra from Hawaii Five-0 â a bit of restraint is key. Here are five shirts that manage to celebrate the fun of summer without burning the retinas of everyone you meet.Â
Cardi B’s set to pop out her baby this summer but, unlike Beyonce, she’s not letting pregnancy stop her from performing at Coachella. Sources close to Cardi B tell TMZ … the rapper’s due the first week of July and will be close to 7 months pregnant…
On the red carpet at the iHeartRadio Music Awards, Jon Bon Jovi, Tico Torres and David Bryan chat with Access’ Scott Evans about the band being honored with the Icon Award. What was the band’s first reaction when they learned of the honor? And, how excited are they to be inducted into the Rock Hall of Fame? Plus, Jon praises fellow New Jersey artist Charlie Puth.
Summer is the ideal time to kick off those lace-ups and slip into some slip-ons. While we love our white Vans, theyâre just not appropriate for every occasion (especially once they get a little too worn-in). Rivieras, a French shoe brand launched in 2009 by Fabrizio Corveddu and Dan Amzallag, produces some of our favorites in comfortable summer slip-on shoes.Â
Summerâs here, and the time is right â for ditching that stifling blazer for a dapper look with an airier feel. Whether you can get away with a vest (some dandies still use the term waistcoat) at work is up to you, but if youâre looking to make a splash at parties and other summer events, this look can definitely be pulled off without raising eyebrows. Given the right combination of clothing and accessories, you might even look sharper than those guys in their full suits.Â
Weâre heading into prime sunglasses season. Here are three pairs of shades that will make you the envy of the beach or whatever scene at which you need to see (as in cutting down the sunâs rays) and be seen (as in âdang, you look goodâ).
In the sweltering heat of summer, finding a pair of pants that strikes the perfect balance of comfort, durability, and good looks is tricky. Jeans are hot (yes, even the white ones); thin pants like linen that breathe sure feel great from the inside, but they wrinkle easily and can sweat through in humidity; andÂ most canât last beyond a single dayâsÂ wear without needing a wash. In an effort to find the ideal summer pants we tried two that claim to work well in everyday, outdoor situations.Â
If youâve been eyeing Outerknown and havenât gotten around to pulling the trigger, the time is now. Weâve been big fans of this brand, born from a collaboration between world champion surfer Kelly Slater and menswear designer John Moore, since it launched back in 2015, for its combination of beach casual and sharp style. Outerknown combines so many of the things we love: quality materials, a sustainable approach, and of course clothes that lookÂ amazing.Â Outerknown combines so many of the things we love: quality materials, a sustainable approach, and of course clothes that lookÂ amazing.Â
Last night, the Big Baller Brand’s Twitter account sent out a tweet with a picture that had the BBB logo alongside a logo we’ve never seen—the Junior Basketball Association logo. The tweet also stated that the league will begin this summer, but additional info is being kept under wraps.
Ball starting his own league shouldn’t come as much of a surprise since he spoke about adding a league to the umbrella BBB brand in December. The Junior Basketball Association is fully funded by the Big Baller Brand and will provide an alternative to high school graduates who don’t want to go to college. Ball plans to pay the lowest salaried players $ 3,000 a month and the best players can make up to $ 10,000 a month. He’s already got his eyes set on playing in major NBA arenas like those in Los Angeles, Dallas, and even Brooklyn. He’ll start with 80 players spread out among 10 teams and he’s pretty convinced that getting players to join the league won’t be hard.
“Getting these players is going to be easy. This is giving guys a chance to get a jumpstart on their career, to be seen by pro scouts; and we’re going to pay them because someone has to pay these kids,” Ball told ESPN in December. And since the point of the league is to prep guys for the NBA, the JBA will be following league rules with 12-minute quarters and a regulation three-point line.
The only thing that stands between the JBA and success is the participation of some big talent guys and so far two four-star recruits have turned down Ball’s invitation. ESPN reports that point guard Jalen Carey will head off to Syracuse in the fall and shooting guard Tyler Herro will be suiting up for John Calipari’s Kentucky Wildcats.
When Rylie went to summer camp, she didn't expect to get bitten by a werewolf and turn into a monster. She also didn't expect to fall in love–especially not with a werewolf hunter.   Between ravenous werewolf packs, a bloodthirsty family of hunters, and Rylie's battle with her inner wolf, all the odds are stacked against Rylie's love for Seth. But Seth will do anything to be with her… even if it means turning against his family and sacrificing everything.   This is a bundle of the first four books in the Seasons of the Moon series, the bestselling YA paranormal books! This collection contains: Six Moon Summer All Hallows' Moon Long Night Moon Gray Moon Rising
The sun isnât a summer-only phenomenon, which means that the advent of fall is no reason to forgo a pair of sunglasses. In fact, autumn is the perfect season to showcase a different, slightly more restrained look that a great pair of sunglasses will help you nail down.
Twenty years after her iconic Live And More album, Donna Summer’s Live And More Encore showcases the Queen of Disco in concert with this special extended broadcast, featuring "On The Radio," "I Feel Love," "Dim All The Lights" and many more.