2018 Met Gala | "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination"

The Met Gala, also known as the most stylish night of the year, is at last here. The presentation, “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination” olds show in abundance, yet the occasion starts on the notorious stairs of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where visitors clear up celebrity central for their excellent passage. As we arrange our best dressed rundown, observe the main look photographs for the most punctual look at the shocking array of celebrity looks.

“Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination” 

May 10 – October 8, 2018

The Met Fifth Avenue
1000 5th Avenue
New York, NY 10028

The Met Cloisters
99 Margaret Corbin Drive
New York, NY 10040

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Rick Ross | Beauty Line

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"Rick Ross is launching a nine-piece collection of grooming products called RICH. Despite the name, the collection will be affordable — each product is priced between $12.99 to $15.99." - THE CUT

Ross, who himself has an exceptionally noteworthy beard, has made this collection around preparing products for men with facial hair. The collection will incorporate a beard oil, shampoo, conditioner, hair & body wash, styling gel, shaving cream, aftershave balm, classic pomade and styling wax.

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Virgil Abloh | Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton Names Virgil Abloh as Its New Men’s Wear Designer

Louis Vuitton reported today that Virgil Abloh is the new creative executive of men's collections, replacing  Kim Jones, who left after the Fall 2018 collection in January. This is a watershed minute for both the 164-year-old French luxury brand and the Off-White founder: Abloh is the first African-American to head up plan at a LVMH-owned house.

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Rolex "Rainbow" Daytona

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Rolex is unquestionably a standout amongst the most looked for after brands in the realm of top of the line timepieces, and its Cosmograph Daytona "Rainbow" might be the complete collector's item. Ordinarily found in yellow or white gold, the model has touched base in Everose, a warm shade that plays pleasantly with the rainbow-hued, sapphire-studded bezel. 18-karat pink gold watch hands, coordinating 18k precious stones and many jewels bear the cost of the watch considerably more shimmer.

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Olivier Lapidus X LANVIN

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The eventual fate of Lanvin is looking progressively murky. News broke toward the beginning of today that after only two seasons at the house, artistic director Olivier Lapidus is leaving Lanvin, as of now. His replacement still can't seem to be determined; upcoming collections will be outlined by the label’s  in-house group.

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Jaden Smith X G-Star RAW

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Jaden Smith is the most recent to go with G-Star RAW's consistently developing collaborative crew,, joining Pharrell Williams and Aitor Throup. Declared on Pharrell's Instagram, Smith will work with the Dutch mark on a supportable denim accumulation for the Fall/Winter 2018 season, which will be divulged at some point this year.

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Dapper Dan X Gucci

Toward the start of the year, amazing NYC tailor and social symbol Dapper Dan collaborated with Gucci to revive his Harlem atelier. Additionally supporting and advancing the most recent phase of his profession, the Harlem legend has connected up with GQ for an insightful trade that breaks down his work with Gucci, Harlem in the '80s, his imaginative procedures, and then some. 

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Supreme X NBA Collection Collab...

With the current tease from Supreme of J.R. Smith displaying the multi-logo Authentic Basketball Jersey, we now get a full take  at the entire Nike/NBA collaborative collection. In evident '90s throwback fashion, the collection utilizes a collage of NBA group logos strewn over an Air Force 1 Mid, warmup coat, b-ball pullover and b-ball shorts. Blended in well with the plenty of NBA group illustrations is Nike's mark "Swoosh" logo and Supreme's Box logo.

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Supreme X Logo Jerseys

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The streetwear heavyweight as of late shared pictures of a upcoming basketball jersey collab with Nike and the NBA tapping J.R. Smith. The Cleveland Cav was suspended March 2 for tossing soup at his collaborator mentor Damon Jones following a 108-97 misfortune to the 76ers. In the photographs, Smith wears the NBA logo-craziness custom shirt. The back uncovers substantial Swoosh marking nearby a Supreme program. It gives off an impression of being accessible in two colorways, black and white.

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Lacoste "Save Our Species"...

To bring issues to light for preservation programs, Lacoste is swapping its famous crocodile iconography for a progression of the Earth's most endangered animals. Going from reptiles to monkeys, the creatures on the shirts are all on the precarious edge of far reaching elimination. 

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Burberry X Riccardo Tisci

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Burberry has reported the successor for Christopher Bailey's position. Assuming control from March 12 will be Riccardo Tisci as chief creative officer, will's identity situated in Burberry's London headquarters. The creator was once at Givenchy as icreative director, a position he held from 2005 to 2017.

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Bally x Swizz Beatz

'Bally is back!' - The Grammy Award-winning music producer Swizz Beatz took to Instagram, starting a discussion amongst Swizz and Bally that brought about a really creative joint effort. Utilizing Spanish artist Ricardo Cavolo's diverse workmanship over an accumulation of shoes, accessories and ready-to-wear, 'The Bally Collective, curated by Swizz Beatz' marks a continuation of Bally's sense of duty regarding masterful coordinated effort, and Swizz Beatz' worldwide entrepreneurial support of expressions of art, music, and style.

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