What do Mac Miller, Perez Hilton, Chris Benz, Billy Joe Armstrong, and Dennis Rodman all have in common? (And no, they're not all BFFs with North Korean dictator, Kim Jong-un.) Give up? As of today, they've all decided to transform their tresses with a bold new hue: pink! And not, like, a soft baby pink either. We're talkin' BRIGHT.
Miller posted several pics of his makeover (man-over? male-over?) on Instagram today, starting with a shot of himself in a see-through shower cap. He doesn't ~appear~ to be in a salon, though, so we're guessing this was a spur-of-the-moment, DIY 'do—straight-up Manic Panic style. The photos that followed showed the 21-year-old rapper's daring shade in all of its eye-popping glory, and we have to say, we're digging it. Hard.
Ariana Grande at the 2013 VMAs.
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Ariana Grande has a busaaay week ahead of her. Her debut album, Yours Truly, dropped today and immediately went to #1 on iTunes. Then, she stopped by The Today Show and performed "The Way" with Mac Miller and "Tattooed Heart" surrounded by Arianators. And finally, tomorrow, she'll be helping kick off New York Fashion Week by performing at The 10th Annual Style Awards. Jeez, Ariana, it's the day after a long weekend: you're making the rest of us look bad.
Mac Miller for Neff.
Photo: Azione PR/Neff
Dang, if there's one thing we can't get enough of here at MTV Style, it's musicians collaborating with fashion brands. (I mean, hi, look at the name of our blog.) By now we've dissected everything from Rihanna's River Island line to Kanye West's couture womenswear to Nick Minaj's still-in-progress Kmart collection, and today we're adding yet another name to the ever-growing list—Mac Miller. The rapper is known for sticking to his super comfy (yet stylish!) T-shirt and hat game, so he teamed up with Neff, a clothing brand that's know for their classically bold staples (who also collabed with Riff Riff earlier this spring). Founder Shaun Neff said, "We were looking last year at who would be in front of the music and fashion world and Mac miller was our top guy to work with."
A still from Ariana Grande's 'The Way' music video.
Photo: Republic Records
It's only been three days since Ariana Grande dropped her new single "The Way" upon the interwebs, and already this song is on FIRE. Featuring Mac Miller, the adorably addictive crush anthem has shot directly to #1 on iTunes, the lyric clip has upwards of 225,000 views, and last night she released the track's official video! We've been keeping tabs on the Victorious actress's emerging offscreen style for a minute now, and Ariana the singer stayed true to her girly, bow-loving self in "The Way." While Mac rocked a variety of vintage sweaters from Coogi , Ariana kept things easy and cute in tank tops, Soffe shorts, and girly staples. Get the complete style breakdown— plus how to score these outfits yourself— below!
A still from "Mac Miller And The Most Dope Family."
On this week's Mac Miller And The Most Dope Family, Mac Miller and his boys venture out on the high seas for a group fishing trip, thus fulfilling one of our favorite oddities of celebrity culture: famous people doing totally regular things. Before the full episode premieres tomorrow night at 11:30 p.m. ET/PT, we have a sneak peek of Mac and his crew hitting up California's Fishermen's Spot for their boating duds. Personally, we're pretty into the whitewater crewneck Miller is already wearing, but we'll also never turn down an excuse to go shopping. As the dudes rifle through rip-stop ponchos and utility vest with thousands of pockets for baits and tackles, Mac Miller poses a question we often ask ourselves: What would Kanye wear?
Frank Ocean, Lil Wayne, and Mac Miller mix prints at the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards.
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The red carpet trend game doesn't have to be dominated by the ladies. Dudes follow fashion, too. And evidently, Frank Ocean, Lil Wayne, and Mac Miller have kept an eye on the mixed prints trend thing that's been happening for more than a few seasons now. All three of these guys employed some iteration of the piled on patterns but each in his own variation.