Meet Lottie Moss, the little sister of none other than the style icon herself, Kate Moss. She just may be the next big thing in the fashion world. She launched her modeling career at 16 when she signed with Storm Modeling Agency. Beyond that she recently graced the cover of Vogue, is creating a buzz on Instagram and is a British tabloid favorite already. She reminds of us a young Candace Bergen. We see a bright future ahead of her. We even like the name: Lottie.
Chance The Rapper has emerged as one of the most positive, original and best new artists out right now. Rolling Stone christened his mix-tap the best hip hop release of the year.
The 23 year old Chicago native is absolutely killing it on his live TV performances. Earlier this year, he gave a heartfelt tribute to Muhammad Ali at the ESPYs by performing a brand new song alongside a gospel choir. On Ellen last week, he tore the house down when he destroyed a fake record label office while performing “No Problems” with 2 Chainz and Lil Wayne.
The absolute show stopping performance was when he performed “Blessings (Reprise)” on Jimmy Fallon with a star-studded cast of background singers, including Anthony Hamilton, Ty Dolla Sign, Raury, and Dram. It started out subdued, but by its conclusion, the impromptu supergroup was joined by a gospel choir, and the crowd lit up.
Chance The Rapper released his latest album Coloring Book this year to widespread acclaim.
Prior to that he’d made 10 Day a cheerful mixtape he recorded while on suspension from high school for “weed-related activities,” just before his next album Acid Rap, the bratty, beatific record that helped make him famous among rap fans and actual rappers like Kanye West. He notoriously turned down every major record label. He is anti-label and releases everything independently.
The Acid Rap album, was a reference to acid jazz, but also actual acid. “I was just doing a lot of drugs, just hanging out. I was gone all the time.”
Chance The Rapper on Ellen with Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz
Chance The Rapper honors Muhammad Ali at the ESPN Espy Awards
Emirates just released a commercial highlighting some of the things that make it the most appealing airline in the world. All we can say is, wow. It has bars, spa/showers, electronics and more.
Jennifer Aniston, a spokeswoman for Emirates, stars in the ad that shows the appeal of economy class on an Emirates A380 and opts to trade her first-class seat for a seat in the economy cabin.
The new ad is a follow-up to a commercial that Aniston starred in last year that compared the many amenities offered in the first-class cabin on an Emirates flight with the few offered in first class on competing airlines.
The ad is unlikely to sit well with US airlines that have struggled to keep up with the products offered by Emirates and other Middle Eastern airlines. In fact, a feud has been brewing between US airlines and their Middle Eastern competitors for a while.
American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and United Airlines accuse Emirates, Qatar Airways and Etihad Airways of gaining an unfair advantage by receiving tens of billions of dollars in government subsidies over the past 10 years.
Emirates, along with the other Middle Eastern airlines, has denied receiving illegal subsidies, but ads like this are sure to make US competitors salty. I cant’ wait to book my next flight on an Emirates A380. It looks amazing!
Check out the commercial here:
Have you noticed that these days butts in the media are either non-existent like super models or oddly gigantic like reality stars. What do you do if you have a normal cute size 8 to 12 ass like the other 90% of the world.
Enter Coco Cooper, the all new denim collection for the mid sized range.
This new premium designer jean company has created a line of jeans specifically for mid sized range women that includes everything from sizes 6-16. With luxe power stretch fabrics, this new collection launched for Fall 2016, offers eleven styles to choose from. The brand’s introductory collection offers denim essentials in skinny, bootcut, straight, cropped and flared styles.
Catering to the reality that there’s a middle ground between straight size fashion and plus sized, Coco Cooper considers it her mission to empower the “in-between” women. You don’t normally see the mid sized range in ad campaigns. Its odd because that is the range that reflects the populace. Today, the average woman wears a size 14 in jeans and sizes 8-12 are the top sellers.
While traditional fashion companies don’t promote to this size range, Coco Cooper believes in size diversity and wants women everywhere to embrace their curves not erase them. Made with love from Los Angles, this look good, feel good brand boosts sustainable practices and promotes size diversity and acceptance.
From cropped skinnies to flattering flares, the brand retails between $180.00 and $200.00.
Coco Cooper jeans are carefully designed to enhance the very best assets with their 360 performance and rebound stretch. With precise engineering, each one of their styles is developed to lift, sculpt and define natural curves. All styles have higher back rises, and strategically placed back details to ensure a most flattering fit.