Wednesday, July 7, 2021



Versace has released new sunglass models as part of its Men’s SS21 collection. The release from the iconic Italian fashion house keeps in step with the classic styles and chic detailing of the brand’s heritage, released to coincide with the 50th anniversary of Sunglass Hut. Featuring styles like the VE2225 and the VE2226 for men, the series presents stylish models that are not only fit for the contemporary moment but also designed to enhance your unique sense of style.

The Versace men’s collection features the house’s iconic Medusa throughout the assortment in a bold range of shapes. This emblem can be found on models like the VE2225, which touts a hollow, tactile cast between the double bridge and embed into the open wire temples. The VE2225 is a reinterpretation of the classic pilot shape, which offers a versatile option for celebratory moments — like this one — or for more casual outfits. This modern high profile option comes through in a variety of colorways, like golden with grey lenses, gunmetal with grey mirrored silver lenses and golden with light brown mirrored golden gradient lenses.

The recent release from Versace also includes the VE 2226, which is a futuristic sun style of edgy rimless shield lenses. With lens spoilers that wrap around the wearer’s face and a wraparound metal top-frame, the sunglasses offer a bold statement silhouette. Versace’s Medusa emblem is featured once again, this time at the center of the sunglass’ lens and on the temples. To complement the futuristic aesthetic of this model, Versace offers the VE 2226 in an array of metallic colorways that include silver with light grey mirror silver lenses, golden with brown mirror golden lenses and pale golden with dark brown mirror golden lenses.

For more information about the latest release of men’s sunglasses from Versace and to shop the featured styles, head to Sunglass Hut’s website where they’re available now.


Sunday, July 4, 2021


It's day two of the cookouts and I hope it's not like yesterday. Can you believe that? I'm not trying to be cooking my friends again. Damn.


 Tommy Jeans X Beavis and Butt-Head T-Shirt  

    It's gonna be interesting to see how many people under the age of 28, understanding this shirt.  We not getting old but muthafuckers sure not going back into time and checking out the classics as much. That B&B game used to hit different back in the day. It was only right I got it. 


Straight Fit 9" Linen Short

I'm not about the matching with the whole Untied States of America today, so for the pants I have to switch up the pants cause you know it's gotta pop for me. You can do tan if that fits you tho. Red works too if you wanna Merica this so hard. This that summer breeze. Makes me feel fine. 

 Nike Air Max 270

 I ran back and forth on the ones I wanted to wear today. I knew the sneakers had to be red. All red. I was stuck between these and the Air Max 90's. These won out in the need.


Elevated Sport Watch with Blue Strap And Sub-Dials

Need the watch for you can know what time to leave without showing that you looking. 


I might put some silver on the other hand but I'm grilling so it's best to keep it free. 


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After dressing the GEL-LYTE III OG in ice cream-inspired hues earlier this month, ASICS returns to the evergreen silhouette again, this time to douse it in subtle patches of paisley.

Designed by Shigeyuki Mitsui in 1990, the GEL-LYTE III OG silhouette has become renowned for its split-tongue design, a style that was originally seen on the brand’s GEL-LD RACER sneaker and Over 30 years on and the archetypal split-tongue design remains in this aptly entitled: “Paisley” pack.

Comprising two iterations, each sneaker boasts the brand’s GEL cushioning technology underfoot, while patches of suede and canvas on the upper are decorated in a subtle paisley pattern.

Arriving in either “Ash Rock/Cream” or “Black/Cream”, each sneaker is set to be available from the ASICS webstore from July 6, retailing at £105 (approximately $145 USD). 

Thursday, July 1, 2021

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