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A post-Halloween disguise. A$AP Rocky release his album Long. Live. A$AP, at the begining of the year. He now has a new video for the track "Angels." Directed by A$AP himself, along with Luke Monaghan, the video basically shows Rocky and his mob riding around the city on BMX bikes, in Jason Voorhees masks, messing shit up. Some BMX tricks, a robbery, smoke and a couple shots of Rocky's bling sum up the video. Though is it a little strange to end with fire seeing as Jason Voorhees is afraid of water, and Freddy Krueger is the one afraid of fire? Watch A$AP Rocky' new music video "Angels" below. Seen Via: Huhmagazine
A little designer for the face from Vogue. Though we're not really Trick-or-Treating anymore, there are still parties and office competitions to dress up for. Vogue has shared a collection of handmade masks created by designers and donned by some of their favorite New Yorkers. We've picked out a couple of our favorites which include, masks by designers such as Stephen Jones, Meadham Kirchoff, Eugenia Kim, Opening Ceremony and Manolo Blahnik modeled by Grace Coddington, Lynn Yaegar, Angel Haze, A$AP Ferg, and Rebecca Dayan. Use as inspiration or a direct copy for your Halloween look tomorrow. See more of Vogue's designer Halloween masks below.
Seen via: Vogue Daily
Booelry. You want to participate in Halloween, but are uninterested in a full-blown costume. Well, Iosselliani Jewelry has a couple options that are perfect for adding a bit of Halloween to your get-up. There are hand-carved Italian cameos, a set made out of black pearls and multicolored Swarovski and a few gold-plated filigree items. Best part is you can still wear the stuff from November 1st on. Check out more of Iosselliani's skull jewelry below.
Stay paid, y'all Sacha Baron Cohen signs up for the $65 million lesbian. [Complex] Lena Dunham's advice is worth $3.6 million. [Huffington Post] Ex-NASA and Apple engineers make perfect coffee for only $11,111. [Geek Sugar] "Lunch money, Canada money." Nardwuar interviews Riff Raff in Vancouver. [Prefix] Money saver: DIY tattoo gun. [Hypebeast] Get the party started with a $5 fog machine. [Life Hacker]
This week's round up goes from ewwww to awwww Get ready for Halloween with these sexy panty liners. [Buzzfeed] Watch the creepiest knee touch between Courtney Stodden and Doug Hutchinson in this promo for Couples Therapy. [Videogum] "I'm Jan! I was just acting, naturally." Parker Posey, forever and ever. [Just Act, Naturally] Say it with puppies. [Puppy Text] More of a cat person? Here are cats morphing into croissants. [YouTube]
Beth Richards' s/s '12 Swimwear Collection Indulgence, it's a good thing. There's something that feels indulgent in fantasizing about swimwear in November. We're fantasizing about swimwear and not even thinking about scarves and anoraks. Maybe it's this residual need, after all of the skin-showing on Halloween. Our staff can quite proudly say we do not participate in that monkey business. We like to get naked when no one's expecting it, not when everyone's prepped and ready. But Beth Richards' collection is the kind of swimwear you picture yourself in after you rip off your wetsuit. Not your surfing wetsuit, your ass-beating wet suit. Because next in the fantasy you go beat up some evil male criminal mastermind, who has holed himself up on a desert island. You scuba dived there on your day off to get him, just because you're bad like that. Richards' structural swimwear with embellished shoulders, plays on censorship and sexuality with her prints--she truly understands how to cut lines for a woman's body that make it look banging. When we encountered the simultaneous glamor and militancy of this collection at (capsule), we were more amazed to learn she was giving out beer cozies with crosses on them. Obviously, Beth wants to party. Obviously, we want to indulge. See more from Beth Richards' s/s '12 collection below.