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Young Thug Gets Friendly And Familiar With A Few Models For Vogue

Good times all around.

However you feel about Young Thug, one can't deny the man stands out, which is probably how he landed this sweet opportunity to work with Vogue.

Filmed at Prince George Ballroom in NYC, Thug and a few models got friendly and familiar as they danced the day away showing off some of Spring's newest trends from streetwear to formal attire.

Rollerskating through the swanky halls of the posh ballroom, Young Thug can be seen later on ditching the couture act to sip from a styrofoam cup and partake in  a few Life Savers.

Backed by Jamie xx’s “I Know There’s Gonna Be (Good Times)” featuring himself and Popcaans, the one minute clip looks like it was one of the hottest parties in New York.

So umm, why didn't we get an invite?

Watch the clip below.

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A$AP Rocky And Calvin Klein Reunite For Spring 2019 Campaign

A$AP Rocky and Calvin Klein are coming together once again for another release of the company's viral #MyCalvins campaign. Along with the Harlem MC, the campaign features model Kendall Jenner, actor Noah Centineo, and singer Shawn Mendes, as well as other famous faces. This is not the first time the fashion-forward rapper and the American company have collaborated with one another.

In 2018 Lord Flacko, released a collaborative collection with the brand, that featured a jacket, Calvin Klein x Amazon Fashion "ASAP Rocky Trucker Jacket" inspired by his latest album, "Testing."

In the newest #MyCalvins ad released today, Rocky showcases the brands signature, blue jeans while lying on top of a roof singing along to True Faith by rock band New Order, the song that's playing in the background.

The rapper teased the campaign shot by British photographer Glen Luchford on his Twitter account yesterday by sharing a video snippet of him in the Calvin Klein outfit, styled by Melanie Ward, explaining why he feels "extraordinary."

"I feel extraordinary because I'm free to be myself," the Harlem native said. "And I think that's what makes me feel free."

 

MY CALVINS 2019 🔥 @CalvinKlein pic.twitter.com/GQSwXD889a

— LORD FLACKO JODYE II (@asvpxrocky) February 18, 2019

 

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@CALVINKLEIN @_GLEN_LUCHFORD 🔥#MYCALVINS

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Check out the full campaign to see all of your favorite stars.

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T.I. Adds Burberry To Boycott Amid Noose Sweater Backlash

T.I. is waging a war against fashion brands. The rapper recently announced that he would be boycotting Burberry after the high-end fashion brand unveiled a sweater donning a noose around the neck.

T.I. shared his thoughts about Burberry on Instagram on Tuesday (Feb. 19). He also pointed out the similarities between the controversies surrounding Burberry, Gucci and other brands. "These aren't coincidences," T.I. wrote with a screenshot of an article discussing the Burberry's latest scandal.

As previously reported, Burberry landed in the hot seat after debuting a hoodie that featured a neck around its collar. Many shoppers pointed out how insensitive it was to the black community and those suffering from mental illness.

Burberry’s Chief Executive Officer Marco Gobbetti issued an apology to CNN shortly after the scandal, noting that he was "deeply sorry for the distress caused by one of the products that featured in our A/W 2019 runway collection." Nevertheless, the incident comes only weeks after Gucci received backlash for selling turtleneck sweaters that resembled blackface imagery.

T.I. is among many hip-hop artists and Hollywood stars who have denounced both Gucci and Burberry. Check out his latest post below.

 

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These aren’t coincidences. #🖕🏽Gucci #🖕🏽Prada #🖕🏽Moncler And now.... #🖕🏽BURBERRY

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Burberry Apologizes For Hoodie With A Noose Around The Neck

Fashion brand Burberry has apologized after one of their designs, a hoodie featuring a noose around its neck, made its debut during London fashion week.

A statement released by the retailer revealed the item has been removed after one of the brand's own models took to Instagram to blast the fashion house for its cultural insensitivity.

"We are deeply sorry for the distress caused by one of the products that featured in our A/W 2019 runway collection," Marco Gobbetti, Burberry chief executive officer, said in a statement provided to CNN. "Though the design was inspired by the marine theme that ran throughout the collection, it was insensitive and we made a mistake."

Liz Kennedy was featured in the show and alleges her qualms about the noose went ignored. Kennedy also says some members of the staff joked about it prior to the show while hanging the noose from the ceiling.

"I had a brief conversation with someone but all that it entailed was 'it's fashion. Nobody cares about what's going on in your personal life so just keep it to yourself,' " she said.

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News of Burberry's noose-hoodie comes on the heels of Gucci's blackface controversy. The Italian luxury brand merited the ire of the Internet after their $890 balaclava turtleneck, which featured a cutout of red lips, caused many to blast the fashion house for the racist attire.

Celebrities including Spike Lee, T.I. and more vowed to boycott Gucci.

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