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A$AP Twelvyy will be taking the stage at C-Lounge this July for his first ever headlining show in the Bronx. Tickets can be purchased now via Eventbrite.
Things got pretty crazy when A$AP Ferg took the stage at Woo Hah! Festival in the Netherlands this weekend. During his set Fergie brought out a number of special guests, including A$AP Rocky, Tyler, The Creator, Young Thug, ScHoolboy Q & more. Check out the madness above.
P.S. the $pice+World tee Ferg is spotted rocking will be dropping soon via Places+Faces. Stay tuned.
The Nasty Tour continues this summer, with A$AP Nast adding dates for Germany, France, UK and more. Grab your tickets here.
Last night, A$AP Ferg made a guest appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers to perform his single “New Level.” Watch the energetic performance above.
A$AP Ferg will be joining an already stacked lineup at this years Made In America festival going down in Philly. Additional headliners include Rihanna and Coldplay joined by ColleGrove (2 Chainz and Lil Wayne), Jamie xx, Chance The Rapper, Martin Garrix, Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros, Grimes, DJ Khaled, Adventure Club, Madeon, Bryson Tiller, DJ Mustard, SZA, and more.
It all goes down at Benjamin Franklin Parkway on Saturday, Sept. 3 and Sunday, Sept. 4. Tidal members can purchase tickets starting Wednesday (June 22) at 10 a.m. ET by logging into their accounts; tickets will be available for the general public on Monday, June 27 at 10 a.m. ET.
A$AP Ferg sits down with VEVO to do a Show & Tell session for “Let It Bang,” check it out above.
Dior Homme has unveiled the preview of their upcoming Fall/Winter ’16 campaign. Fronting this upcoming winter seasons campaign will be none other than A$AP Mob’s own Pretty Flacko and legendary filmmaker Larry Clark, both selected by the brands creative director Kris Van Assche. Read more about the reveal on WWD.
Jimmy has a baby daughter and he’s always looking for things they might have in common. Music is one of them, but Jimmy is anxious for variety. So he took matters into his own hands and teamed up with Ice Cube, Lil Jon, Ty Dolla $ign, A$AP Rocky and Big Sean to produce this great new album of kid-friendly hip hop songs.
Via Jimmy Kimmel Live.
A$AP Rocky loves runway. The first time this writer saw the artist at a show was Moschino menswear in Florence last summer, where he was recording every look with a Super 8 Camera. Today we caught up again at the presentation of J.W.Anderson’s dreamy, Little Prince–ish Spring 2017 mens collection in London. After the show we grabbed a few minutes to talk about his new collaboration with Anderson and what it takes to make him sweat.
Continue reading on Vogue.
The designer Jonathan Anderson splits his time between London, where his namesake brand is based, and Paris and Madrid, where Loewe, at which he is the creative director, is, though he was in New York last week, shooting a campaign with Steven Meisel. The constant bounce around the world didn’t seem to faze him.
“Work is easy if you have major teams around you,” he said, three iPhones sandwiched in one hand (personal; J. W. Anderson; Loewe). “You just let people do what they’re best at.”
Mr. Anderson, 31, is a believer in division of labor, who prefers to think of himself as an “editor” rather than a designer. It’s a peculiarly modern point of view (at least, admitting it is). Over the course of a spin through Printed Matter, the art book- and zine-shop where he likes to conduct New York interviews, the better to shop all the while, I called him a factory foreman and an impresario. He agreed with both.
“Sometimes you think, ‘God, how do you let someone just come into the brand?’ but it’s very fulfilling,” he said. “You become like a manager and manage the situation.”
Continue reading on The New York Times.