The city of NYC is buzzing with Christmas consumership. Jay Z recently opened the third floor of Barneys New York for his “A New York Holiday” collection and his former NBA hub of the Barclays Center has some awesome sneakers for the entire Brooklyn Nets to represent in.
The hubbub surrounding Jay Z’s “A New York Holiday” collection has been distracting to say the least. While a chunk of the general public have failed to come to grips with the “Tom Ford” rapper’s decision to continue on with his charitable campaign, it’s also altered the rollout of the products.
Pharrell is still winning. While most artists plug their clothing lines all the way to end of the next rapper’s punchline, Billionaire Boys Club, Ice Cream and BAPE have kept their focus on the quality of the threads opposed to the cool factor.
There were plenty of fans that couldn’t get jiggy with Kanye’s recent decision to salute the South in the worst way imaginable with Confederate flag shirts.
Flavor Flav may be known for sporting the gaudiest of clocks to ever grace Hip-Hop but multicultural brand, FLüD had other ideas when it came to honoring the legendary group, Public Enemy.