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Caribbean Cruising – Haiti & Jamaica | Royal Caribbean

It’s not often that you can claim to have woken up in a different country four days in a row but that’s exactly what happened when Adam and I took to the seas and embarked on our first full length cruise, courtesy of Royal Caribbean. A quick plane ride (please note the sarcasm as this plane […]

Maybe Later Johnny..

posted by on 28/01/2010

Those of you that went to Newvic Sixth Form will recognise Saci Lloyd and those of us lucky enough to be taught by her will know about the novels she wrote: ‘Carbon Diaries’. I just read on the BBC news website that she was approached by Hollywood star Johnny Depp to adapt her book into a film! Saci fully locked him off!

The Apple iPad

posted by on 27/01/2010

Somewhere today Apple genius Steven Jobs announced the release of the company’s latest product: iPad. The stunning piece of technology is only half an inch thick and weighs just 1.5 lbs with a crisp 9.7 inch high quality touch screen.

What I Rocked Last Week

posted by on 27/01/2010

Wasn’t fortunate enough to have an interview like Yin but here is what I rocked last week!

Photography by Tata Vislevskaya

posted by on 27/01/2010

Tata Vislevskaya (a Russian photographer) photographs an extraordinary landscape of vast rocky mountains- that is the the Swiss Alpes? I love these photographs, the lighting is exquisite and especially the green and turquoise glows. I came across her work on Flikr and I thought I would share it, see more of her work..

Levi Maestro Meets Bun B

posted by on 27/01/2010

“You gotta know when you can win & when you can lose, but you gotta make sure that you fight the good fight.” - Bun B

He’s back! Maestro has been busy traveling around Europe and I’m hoping I can meet this dude when he comes to London. Anyway the new episode of show, Maestro Knows just dropped and in this episode he meets UGK rapper, Bun B. They check out Goode Company BBQ, the H-Town Sneaker Summit, Chris Paul & others, while Bun speaks on the diverse culture of Houston & his upcoming album Trill O.G. Video after the cut.

Milan Fashion Week: Street Style

posted by on 27/01/2010

I stumbled across this great collection of street style photos at the Milan Fashion Week by photographer Tommy Ton. Honestly, I’ve never seen so much dope swagger in one place, these people really know how to style themselves/each other. I want/need the jacket the dude in the photo above is wearing, the color coordination is on-point, great matching of the gloves, elbow patches and the collar. After the jump for more photos.

Why Let Drink Decide? Campaign

posted by on 27/01/2010

I was watching TV with my little sister, by little I mean 17 year old sister when this came on and sh*t it’s pretty effective and scary. The  ‘Why Let Drink Decide?‘ campaign is aimed at Parents who have teenage children as they’re most likely to try it. They want parents to know that it’s never too late or early to talk to their children about the effects of alcohol. It’s a really powerful campaign created by W+K London for DSCF. So I guess I better warn my sister before she turns 18, uh oh. Check it out above and more info after the cut.

Slam City Skates x WESC

posted by on 26/01/2010

Slam City Skates just opened a second outlet, a concession store in the basement of the newly relocated WESC Store on Carnaby Street. To celebrate the opening of this new store, WESC and Slam City have teamed up to bring you 2 rounds of giveaways this Thursday (28th January). Trust me, I’m definitely going to make the effort to be there; freebies after all! ya’ll have nothing to lose.

Kid Cudi – 'cudderisback' Documentary Video

posted by on 26/01/2010

Kid Cudi and his tour crew put together a pretty funny documentary video for his song ‘cudderisback.’ It was filmed at their stop in Boston during his tour, directed by Jason Goldwitch. Cudder loves his weed mayn, haha.

Skins Is Back…Again!?

posted by on 26/01/2010

So the Skins cast have reprised their roles for a fourth season of the controversial show! When this show first came out, I used to watch it religiously- it was the first of its kind. They took what we did (still do on a sly) and took it to the extreme which made it jokes to watch.