The age of Internet has progress from information/disinformation to individual trolling individual to this: business trolling another business. Case-in-point: McDonald’s Sweden French Fry Carton Shoes. McDonald’s Sweden has posted on its Instagram page two weeks ago a person wearing a pair of footwear that appears to be made from the familiar red French fry cartons. Continue reading Wait. Is McDonald’s Poking Fun At Balenciaga Square-toe Leather Mules?
If you did not manage to grab a Valentine’s Day gift for your favorite lady in your life, the Casio Baby-G Hello Kitty Watches could be your redeeming gift. A day before Valentine’s Day, CASIO USA announced a special Hello Kitty edition Baby-G commemorative watches to celebrate the brand’s 25 years and 45 years of Hello Kitty. Continue reading CASIO And Sanrio Join Forces For Special Hello Kitty Baby-G Watches
The post title sounded a little click bait-ish, but rest assure, I am speaking the truth. This is the G3 Jeans from a Japanese brand called FOB Factory, currently being ‘crowdfunded’ on Kojima Genes’ parent website ATRIUM. If you don’t already know, ATRIUM is a unique fashion platform seeking genuine artisan made products from all over the world. It also connect influencers with the brands to collaborate in making special products. Anywho, back to the G3 Jeans. Continue reading Here’s A Pair Of Denim Jeans From Japan Made With Toyota Technology
High-end fashion label Louis Vuitton is well known for its leather bags. The Parisian fashion house has bags for almost all kinds of occasion and apparently, now it even has your ladies’ lipstick covered too. While it is refer to as Louis Vuitton Lipstick Case, I would think that it is a miniature bag for lipstick because, it does have a chain for wearing it around the neck or shoulder and it also boast a locking clasp inspired by the brands’ suitcases and trunks. Continue reading Will You Buy A Louis Vuitton Lipstick That Costs A cool $1,400?
Today I found out that there’s at least one western national who has studied and graduated from North Korean’s Kim II Sung University. It is pretty mind-blowing to think anyone would chose to study and got accepted into the dictator-controlled country’s university. At the same time, I also learned that there is actually fashion in the communist regime and there is even a national men’s fashion magazine too. Continue reading Meanwhile In North Korea, The Country’s Has Announced A New Line Of Shirts That’s Edible
No kidding. We read Louis Vuitton is dishing out a luxury Jenga set. And this being LV, this luxury take of Hasbro classic tabletop game is no cheap wooden blocks. Instead, they are of plexiglass cubes with, you guessed it, LV monogram. Plexiglass? Not quite the material choice for something that will constantly fall over, does it? I have to admit, I never expect a Jenga set from the Parisian fashion house, but since now we heard there is one (or going to have one), I was expecting nothing less than wooden blocks wrapped in classic LV monogram leather. Continue reading Louis Vuitton’s Luxury Take Of Jenga Set, LED Kicks And More
This year, CASIO G-Shock celebrates 25 years of Baby-G. Yes, already. Time sure the hell flies. When Baby-G was first launched in 1994, it aimed to create a more feminine version of the G-Shock with all the toughness of G-Shock, but in a smaller, slimmer form. It was a hit. Even as a hot-blooded young man, I was drawn to it. I grabbed my first (and last) pair sometime in 1996 as a gift to myself for getting my driving license (hey, we all need an excuse or two to buy, right?). Baby-G was also the watch that made me realize that small watches ain’t for me, hence the last for me. Continue reading CASIO G-Shock Celebrates 25 Years Of Baby-G With A Special Baby-G Model
Technically, this is the fourth Paul George Nike shoes, but in Nike’s perspective, it is the third signature shoe because, PG2.5 is consider a branch off of the PG2. Don’t ask why it so. I am a marketeer by training and even then, I hate how marketeers tried to manipulate words like how financier likes manipulating numbers. Anywho, what you see here is the Limited Edition Nike PG NASA Shoes that went official last week and as you can see, it is quite a looker. Continue reading Here’s Paul George’s 3rd Nike Shoe In NASA-inspired Colorway
If you did not managed to get the Nike HyperAdapt 1.0, the self-lacing shoes, back in 2017, well, count yourself lucky because, the sport shoes maker has just unveiled a new iteration that is not only more advanced but also a lot more affordable. Called Nike Adapt BB, this latest self-lacing shoes could be one of the most technologically advanced footwear to date. Self-lacing is just part of story, really. Previously, with the Nike HyperAdapt 1.0, a physical buttons are use to lace up the shoes, but with the Nike Adapt BB, users can fine tune the fit with a smartphone. Continue reading Nike’s New Self-lacing Shoes Is Smartphone-controlled And It Has Wireless Charging Too
It has been awhile since we have come across a pair of smart glasses that is not quite smart, smart, but smart. I know, it is confusing, but let us explains: it uses smart materials and it is smart looking to boot. The Lance 2.0 Luxury Smart Glasses is not the smart glasses like the Vuzix, but it has the looks and features that make it smart, including the optics. Continue reading Lance 2.0 Luxury Smart Glasses That Is Not Smart, Smart, But Smart