And if you didn’t know, Mr.Timberlake launched his Re-introduction of the line with a series of mini movies that feature “William Rast“… starring Justin Timberlake as …??? As William Rast why of course! Check out his series of movies HERE
You can buy William Rast from a variety of stores including
So What Do You Think of William Rast?
This guy is truly trendy. He hit a home run with
this dressy marching band vest.
It’s appropriate for this event
I hate to call him out, but when is he gonna
get a stylist. He does an okay job with his
red carpet looks, but they could be so much better
They say he finally “came out the closet” by the way, nothing to be ashamed of.
I guess the final verdict is still in the air though.
A few performances:
Like I said before everybody looks pretty good. They are all following the latest trends: fitted pants, blazers, skinny ties, vests, preppy & rock combos… I love it. Good Job Gentleman!
What Do You think of this year’s MTV VMA fashions?
Who’s your favorite?
Bow Wow is featured in the new King Magazine. He talks a little about his style, saying that we’ll never catch him with long hair and beads again, lol. Oh and he’s done with the extra baggy wear, only “fresh gear”.
at the Louis Vuitton Fashion Show this summer Marc Jacobs Fashion Show
featuring Dee & Ricky Accessories
Check out this interview they did:
Tell us about yourself.
Dee: I live in Arlington Housing Projects in Staten, Island, NY. I’m 21 years old, and I’m one third of the internationally famous recording act Jackson Swinton.
Ricky: I am Ricky and I am an extraterrestrial.
Who would you most like to style with your Lego belts and brooches?
Dee: Michael Jackson Or El Debarge. They’re cool..Yeah!
Ricky: I would want to put our belts and brooches on an official Lego Minifig.
What’s the worst fashion faux pas?
Dee: Tight Pants I hate them!
Ricky: The sagging of the trousers.
At what age did you begin to feel passionate about fashion and design?
Dee: Probably around 11 or 12 years old. I was always wanting the newest garments and such.
Ricky: Yeah, me too. Probably around 11 or 12 years old.
Where do your creative inclinations stem from?
Dee: Everywhere, just random, nonsensical stuff.
Ricky: My surroundings, basically. My backdrop.
Who do you consider to be personal icons within the fashion or art world?
Dee: My style has no father.
Ricky: Yeah, word.
Do the two of you have any major differences in personal taste or style?
Dee: Yes, we most definitely do. It depends on the day though.
Ricky: Yeah, Dee likes men. LOL.
How did the Lego-belt/brooch design come about?
Dee: Our boy Ari got us into this accessories game. He originally gave us the idea of making belts out of toys and then we came with the Legos and really started doing our thing.
Ricky: Yeah, On The Go Ari and our whole team set things up for us then we put our flavor in it and took it to the next level.
At what point did you come into contact with Marc Jacobs?
Dee: Our boy Matt Goias brought us to a party in The Hamptons and we got introduced to Jason Preston who was Marc’s boyfriend at the time.
Ricky: Yeah. Then Jason liked our belts and showed them to Marc and I guess he was feeling them too. From there it was a wrap. A few days later we got the call that they wanted to commission us to make accessories for the Marc By Marc Jacobs runway show.
What has that relationship (with Marc Jacobs) been like?
Dee: We don’t really talk but I stay whooping him out in guitar hero, chea!
Ricky: It’s all pretty grand. He’s mad cool. Very open-minded and he loves our style and energy.
How would you describe your aesthetic as designers?
Dee: Ummmmmmmm. Whatever Ricky said.
Ricky: Hanna Barbera meets Muppets In Space.
Is the goal to make a career out of designing?
Dee: Yeah, I’m also thinking about going to flight school.
Ricky: Yeah but not just designing. I wanna try everything we come across.
What projects are you currently working on?
Dee: Getting ready to drop the Jackson Swinton album but also working on some top secret shit.
Ricky: Mainly Jackson Swinton right now but we’re also gonna bring back some of our vintage stuff and some artist collaborations that we gotta keep on the low.
For more info, check out: Dee and Ricky / Jackson Swinton
interview source: nitrolicious.com