Iggy Azalea x Revolve clothing, coming soon.
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Blink and you might have missed Revolve’s cameo in the Clueless-themed video for Iggy Azalea and Charli XCX’s “Fancy.” The online retailer played the very important role of providing the closet-organizing app for Iggy. As it turns out, their appearance in the video was more than just your run-of-the-mill product placement and a reminder that a closet organizing app needs to exist. (If you know of any good apps Cher would approve of, please holler this way.) It was IRL foreshadowing that Iggy and Revolve would team up. The Aussie rapper is slated to be the next face of the brand.
One of Daft Punk's new merch ads.
Photo: Daft Punk
Daft Punk might have just perfected the band merch rollout. Of course, the robotic French duo know a thing or two about promoting: their Grammy-winning Album of the Year Random Access Memories was as memorable for its billboards, editorial spreads, and Saint Laurent suits as it was for “Get Lucky,” the Pharrell Williams-assisted track we’re still hearing everywhere—at the grocery store, mall, you name it. For their new merch, Daft Punk continued with their album’s theme of late '70s glamour and commissioned some very throwback ads.
Kristen Stewart at the Dallas Chanel Métiers d'Art presentation.Photo: Getty Images
When we heard that Kristen Stewart was going to be the face of Chanel's Métiers d'Art Paris-Dallas collection back in December, we were both excited and skeptical. Kristen and Karl Lagerfeld joining forces = yay! K.Stew and Uncle Karl joining forces for a rodeo-inspired line of clothing = huh? Sure, Kristen loves her leather and denim, but she doesn't exactly give off dude-ranch ~cowgirl~ vibes. But we decided to trust Karl's decision, and assuming the photos that leaked on Instagram are the real deal, we were right to do so. (Oh Karl, you never lead us astray.)
Playing guitar, wearing drop-crotch sweatpants. Justin Bieber knows how to live.
Photo: Adidas NEO
Paging all aspiring ad people/Beliebers: your chance at the big time just arrived. Justin Bieber and Adidas NEO have announced that you can put together Bieber's Spring 2014 campaign video yourself. The best part? Justin will watch and personally choose the winner. I hope he likes the one I designed—it's just 57-seconds of him winking at the camera. Swaggy.