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When we heard Drake would be getting outfitted in custom Calvin Klein for his in-progress ‘Would You Like a Tour’ tour, we expected great things. But what we didn’t expect was the marvelous Canadian tuxedo he wore on stage at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn last night.
Some female athletes, especially gymnasts, put on a full face of makeup during performances. But on their days off, stars like vaulting silver medalist McKayla Maroney, like to go au naturel.
Consider this a Passover gift.
Drake‘s life story isn’t exactly rags to riches — more like wealth to more wealth, really — but we didn’t have a clear picture of just how much money this kid has until he designed a jacket so expensive it could pretty easily ruin your credit.
The nation’s largest shopping mall went into lock down mode on one of the busiest shopping days of the year when a fight involving several hundred shoppers broke out.
Let it be known that Lil Wayne is not one to follow any fashion rules. From wearing saggy, baggy, leopard print lady jeggings to hipster-wear like plaid shirts and cardigans, his style is more or less all over the map. But what to make of his latest ensemble, which features a pair of DayGlo green ugg-style boots?
Drake loves his sweaters, and he doesn’t care if you don’t.
GQ‘s annual Men of the Year issue always features famous guys who are given different monikers of awesomeness. This year, James Franco shines as the magazine’s Leading Man. And we certainly can’t say he doesn’t deserve it, especially given all the hard work he’s done (and the little bits of drag he’s left floating around on the Internet). But what gives us pause is the clothing — or relative lack thereof — that Franco is wearing in his cover shot. Unlike the other three formally dressed cover stars, Franco assumes a rather casual pose in a rumpled red t-shirt from Armani Exchange.