Cop Drake's on stage steez.
Photos: Getty Images/October's Very Own
Since he first rolled out merchandise for his record label and blog October’s Very Own, Drake has been rapidly expanding the webstore’s offerings, rolling out more fashion-y merch on the regular. Good news: Drizzy's just refreshed the stock again to include an OVO-emblazoned assortment of hoodies, snapbacks, and tees that were previously only sold on tour.
If you paid attention to Drake’s wardrobe during last year’s Would You Like A Tour?—not including the custom clothes created by Calvin Klein—you may have noticed a black T-shirt with a very Beauty and the Beast-esque rose on it. And if you thought to yourself, “I wish I had one,” you’re in luck, because it’s finally up for grabs.
It's a big fat misconception that famous people get everything for free. I mean, sure, they're not paying for those fancy dresses you see them wearing on the red carpet, and they're not exactly forking over cold hard cash for the million-dollar very-rare luxury purses on their arms, but it's not like they can walk into a store and walk out with a whole new wardrobe because they have an official membership card to, like, HOLLYWOOD.
Being a famous person–especially a blinged-out one–can get pretty expensive. Or so we hear. Perhaps our desire to be part of the #LUXELIFE is why we're so appreciative of this new Instagram acouunt that calls out celebrities wearing fake watches. I mean, you can't help feeling a little smug knowing that even Rick Ross wears knockoff watches. After scanning the account for a few minutes, you may even feel bad for Rozay, because, y'know, you can't help feeling really guilty about knowing his secret. It's a lot of feels.
Someone made her his Aprodite. Perry is muse, collaborator and goddess in "Katy Aprodite".
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What do Katy Perry, Tyler, the Creator, and "Weird Al" Yankovic have in common?
All three, along with a bizarro roster of rockstars, have done covers of “Daisy Bell (Bicycle Built for Two),” a song written in 1892 by Harry Dacre. Chances are—unless you’re a time-traveler—you haven’t heard the song since watching 2001: A Space Odyssey. The song appears in its many iterations on Mark Ryden’s album The Gay Nineties Old Tyme Music: Daisy Bell. Ryden's a pop surrealist best known for album covers for the likes of Michael Jackson (Dangerous), Red Hot Chili Peppers (One Hot Minute), and most recently, Tyler, the Creator (Wolf).
All profits from record sales will be donated to Little Kids Rock, a nonprofit that works with public schools in disadvantaged neighborhoods in order to ensure that ALL students have access to music education. Currently, all copies of copies of Ryden's album are now sold out (bummer). Fingers crossed for another pressing.
Who wears short shorts? Guys do, apparently. According to the Wall Street Journal, inseams in men's shorts have shrunk down to a measly FIVE inches—10 inches shorter than what dudes wore a few years ago. That's a lot of manly thigh action, my friends.
We've definitely noticed this skin-baring trend rising in the ranks lately, and you know what? We are SO not complaining. Baggy, low-hanging shorts certainly have their place (the gym...or the '90s), but higher hemlines make for a much cleaner and preppier look. Just ask Chuck Bass. Or any tennis player ever.
Justin Bieber at the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills.
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Yesterday was, as you know, Mother's Day. While millions of doting sons were dialing up 1-800-Flowers and sending their mothers roses or tulips or whatever the flower shop had left and could put into a vase, Justin Bieber decided to do things a little differently. Instead of buying a bouquet for his mom, he simply wore them on his shorts. Because, after all, it's the thought that counts, right?
Justin took his mom to dinner yesterday—to the Four Seasons, because nothing says Mother's Day like an all-you-can-eat hotel brunch—wearing floral-print shorts. These were no ordinary floral-print shorts, though. Wait. Does such a thing exist? Anyway, they were Sam MC floral-print shorts that cost Biebs, hypothetically at least, $545. Nothing is more brunch-appropriate than a good spring floral, so we get it.
I've got some bad news if you were planning on, like, accomplishing anything before noon tomorrow. MTV is playing Maid in Manhattan, which happens to star a 10-year-old Tyler Posey. Yep, Tyler played Jennifer Lopez's son long before he played Scott McCall on Teen Wolf and we're celebrating his first major role. If you're a big Tyler fan, be sure to watch the movie starting at 9:24 a.m. EST on MTV and, if you're a really big fan, again at 5:30 p.m. EST. You can celebrate your love with fellow fans using #WeHeartTylerPosey.
We figured the best way to show why we at MTV Style heart Tyler Posey would be through his #FASHUN. The dude has come a long way since his Maid in Manhattan premiere outfit, so we need to talk about his style evolution. If you start reading now you'll have ample time to brush up before the movie premieres on MTV tomorrow. Let's start!
Tyler Posey at the premiere of 'Maid in Manhattan' in 2002.
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Check out li'l Tyler at the Maid in Manhattan premiere! While he hasn't worn a turtleneck on a red carpet since then, he wears leather jackets, jeans, and sneakers all the time–he had his wardrobe staples established at a young age. Upping the #swaggy levels of this look is that hoop earring! We see you, hoop earring. We see you and we'll never forget you.
Who wore it better?
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Long before Pharrell and Lena Dunham came along, the word “Girl” or “Girls” had major pop cultural significance thanks to Elvis, who starred in the 1962 musical movie Girls! Girls! Girls!. Opening Ceremony paid homage to the King last year with a capsule collection which included a sweater woven with the movie’s title. Amazingly, both Lena Dunham and Pharrell—who have championed the word in their own work (see: Lena Dunham’s Girls, and Pharrell’s new album "G I R L")—got ahold of the sweater and, as if they have a psychic connection, wore it during interviews
5 Seconds of Summer just bein' awesome.
By now, unless you're the kind of person who hates music (what's WRONG with you?) or has no internet connection (which would be impossible, since you're reading these very important words right now), you've heard of 5 Seconds of Summer. You've probably listened to their debut single that's about, among other things, American Apparel underwear, and watched their music video (which shows a bunch of people in their, yes, underwear), and read a bunch of stuff comparing them to One Direction, who they'll be touring with later this summer (and who, it should be mentioned, they've danced in their underwear with).
Skivvies aside, 5SOS—as their most dedicated fans and also lazy typers call them—are an exceptionally stylish boy band. They're like a punkier, less-polished One Direction, which is also kinda what their music is like.
Because you're going to be seeing a whole lotta them over the next few months, between a world tour, a possible song of the summer, and what looks to be a BFD Rolling Stone shoot, we're taking it upon ourselves to make sure you're well-versed in the personal styles—and personalities—of the Aussie foursome. If nothing else, your tween cousin will be impressed.
We never thought we’d see the day, but Robert Pattinson has momentarily taken a break from his A+ brooding stare for this latest cover of French magazine Première. Maybe he misunderstood the photographer’s directions to give his best blue steel impression? Instead, he’s literally blue and also very sad looking. TBH, we would be too if our makeup looked like we tripped over an oil painting.
A$AP Mob could wear your designs.
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If you're a budding designer and/or a big fan of A$AP Mob, today is your lucky day. The group, including A$AP Rocky, A$AP Ferg, and more, is looking for "new and unique" designs for their new merch, as well as their fall clothing line. The guidelines are minimal—your design should stick within their already established aesthetic and adhere to the monochrome palette that's typical of their merch. The good news is if you're really into color and can't imagine winning the competition without it, you can use color, just be reserved about it. No one likes a colorful showoff, OK?