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Celebrity Style: Chris Brown Vs Tristan Thompson (Vote)

The usually Hip-Hop & roll styled Miguel shifted gears yesterday whilst frowing the Opening Ceremony show at NYFW. The look was a collage of smart-casual with grundgy yet contemporary street wear details. His white with red polka dot shirt was paired with a pair of distressed denim cut off’s and black leggings. The unusual style was completed with a pair of distressed military style boots silver accessories.

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Words by Kacion Mayers
The usually Hip-Hop & roll styled Miguel shifted gears yesterday whilst frowing the Opening Ceremony show at NYFW. The look was a collage of smart-casual with grundgy yet contemporary street wear details. His white with red polka dot shirt was paired with a pair of distressed denim cut off’s and black leggings. The unusual style was completed with a pair of distressed military style boots silver accessories.

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Words by Kacion Mayers
The brand synonymous with crazy colours and in your face prints have had their old colour palette confiscated by Topman in favour of a much darker alternative. The Hype x Topman black on black collection was launched down in Shoreditch this past thursday; at the Topman General store, with PAUSE in the mix of the action.

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A mixed fashion crowd had gathered at the store to see the launch of Hype’s latest offering. Free drinks were offered whilst the mood was set by a DJ spinning an eclectic urban mix of UK Grime classics, Trap, old school Hip-Hop and House music. Collection wise, the brand had begun to explore a bit more and also develop on original designs. The usual tee’s, sweatshirts and hats were available in the muted colour scheme with new additional items such as some leggings, a mid length transport style jacket with a corduroy collar and perforated/mesh shorts standing out. A minor military influence was definitely involved in the creation process with army stripe detailing featuring on the mesh shorts and at the bottom of t-shirt sleeves. However, the usually large Hype logo brandished across the front of some of their tee’s and products was replaced with a significantly smaller and subtle ‘h’ logo on the breast although it wasn’t completely toned down with hype swapping the front for the back brandishing wise with a few pieces. What stood out was definitely the glossy giraffe print sleeved tee that really caught the eye along with another glossy print in the form of a hindu mandala. Along with the main pieces, accessories were also offered in the all black revamped look including: beanies, five panels and backpacks.

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Overall, the evening was a success with the after party going on just down the road till early hours in the morning. To checkout the full collection visit Topman.com.

Words by Kacion Mayers
The usually Hip-Hop & roll styled Miguel shifted gears yesterday whilst frowing the Opening Ceremony show at NYFW. The look was a collage of smart-casual with grundgy yet contemporary street wear details. His white with red polka dot shirt was paired with a pair of distressed denim cut off’s and black leggings. The unusual style was completed with a pair of distressed military style boots silver accessories.

opening-ceremony-nyfwmiguel-5

opening-ceremony-nyfw

opening-ceremony-nyfw-2

Words by Kacion Mayers
The brand synonymous with crazy colours and in your face prints have had their old colour palette confiscated by Topman in favour of a much darker alternative. The Hype x Topman black on black collection was launched down in Shoreditch this past thursday; at the Topman General store, with PAUSE in the mix of the action.

IMG_5373-1-small IMG_5437-small IMG_5413-small IMG_5397-small

A mixed fashion crowd had gathered at the store to see the launch of Hype’s latest offering. Free drinks were offered whilst the mood was set by a DJ spinning an eclectic urban mix of UK Grime classics, Trap, old school Hip-Hop and House music. Collection wise, the brand had begun to explore a bit more and also develop on original designs. The usual tee’s, sweatshirts and hats were available in the muted colour scheme with new additional items such as some leggings, a mid length transport style jacket with a corduroy collar and perforated/mesh shorts standing out. A minor military influence was definitely involved in the creation process with army stripe detailing featuring on the mesh shorts and at the bottom of t-shirt sleeves. However, the usually large Hype logo brandished across the front of some of their tee’s and products was replaced with a significantly smaller and subtle ‘h’ logo on the breast although it wasn’t completely toned down with hype swapping the front for the back brandishing wise with a few pieces. What stood out was definitely the glossy giraffe print sleeved tee that really caught the eye along with another glossy print in the form of a hindu mandala. Along with the main pieces, accessories were also offered in the all black revamped look including: beanies, five panels and backpacks.

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Overall, the evening was a success with the after party going on just down the road till early hours in the morning. To checkout the full collection visit Topman.com.

Words by Kacion Mayers
Chris Brown and Tristan Thompson have been caught rocking the same gear but there’s debate over who wore it better? Leather shorts with a checked red shirt and white sneakers are definitely an all round American swag, something which some of us can relate to. Thompson mirrored dog adds character to a basic t-shirt and almost adds a Givenchy twist to it, however not quite right with high-knee black socks and blade chains.

On the other hand Chris turned the shirt into a sleeveless shirt allowing his artistic tats to come through, while leaving the first button done-up with a grey muscle tee underneath. The simplest details made his outfit look chic without over complicating things. We think it’s clear who rocked this outfit the best… don’t you?

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Words by Yvonne Jay