Kim Kardashian's fragrance is selling like hot cakes.
On on Friday Mrs Kanye West took to Instagram to tell her fans they better buy KKW France while they can.
'So I’ve had the most amazing response to my fragrance and it’s selling out fast! I’m working with my factory to make sure that we can get more for you guys in time for the holidays!' said the Keeping Up With The Kardashians beauty.
It has been reported that the scent pulled in over $10m in its first day.
She added: 'I am so so grateful to everyone who bought theirs and I’m seeing all your tweets saying you’ve received them already and are loving them!! Thank you guys!!!
'We still have limited quantities left, and I’ll keep you guys posted on the restock.' [MORE]
The wait is over. Australian vibe-maker, Touch Sensitive, is set to play Ireland for the very first time after returning with his full length album "Visions" to follow up his cult hit, ‘Pizza Guy’. Touch Sensitive has proved to be another fine produce of the Australian label Future Classic [Flume, Chet Faker, Flight Facilites] and we cannot wait to welcome him to Dublin. [MORE]
What if a mystery TV series let you decide to follow one character’s story to the end, or jump between characters as the action unfolds? That’s the idea behind Mosaic, a 3-year, $20 million project by the acclaimed director of Traffic and Ocean’s 11, Steven Soderbergh. Today, HBO launches the Mosaic app for iOS and Apple TV that allows viewers to decide the viewing order of a 7.5-hour murder mystery mini-series of the same name starring Sharon Stone. Soderbergh has two more made-for-Mosaic series on the way, and plans to open up the platform to other filmmakers. [MORE]
Pinterest serves as a pretty good place for users who are looking to plan large-scale projects, like outfits for big events, home design or even life moments like a wedding or a 50th birthday party — and now the company is looking to make that even easier by introducing a more powerful way to keep those batches of ideas, well, tidy.
The company today said it is introducing what it’s calling board sections, which gives users a way to slice a bigger idea — like a wedding — into smaller components while sitting on the same board. Those kinds of big events can turn out to be huge life moments, and very costly, and Pinterest definitely wants to be the home for them as they are times when users are deeply engaged with the service and spending a lot of time on it. [MORE]
You don’t need to hear Taylor Swift declare her old self dead—as she does on the incendiary “Look What You Made Me Do”—to know that reputation is both a warning shot to her detractors and a full-scale artistic transformation. There's a newfound complexity to all these songs: They're dark and meaningful, catchy and lived-in, pointed and provocative. She's braggadocious on “End Game,” a languid hip-hop cut with Ed Sheeran and Future, and then sassy and sensual on “…Ready for It?” and “I Did Something Bad.” But songs like “Call It What You Want” and “Delicate” bring Taylor's many emotional layers together and confront the dynamic between her celebrity and personal life: “My reputation’s never been worse/So, you must like me for me,” she offers. It all makes for a boundlessly energetic, soul-baring pop masterpiece—and her boldest statement yet. [MORE]
Taylor Swift's new album Reputation, which went on sale Friday, is a massive hit already.
On Saturday it was claimed by Billboard 200 that 700,000 copies have sold in store and on iTunes in the first 24 hours thanks to hits Look What You Made Me Do and ...Ready For It?
And it's expected that the album will sell as many as 1 million copies in its first week.
The number could grow after all retail stores report their sales figures, according to Billboard.
This will also mark her fifth consecutive album to launch at number one on the Billboard 200 chart. [MORE]
The future of retail will be a combination of both online e-commerce and a brick-and-mortar retail presence – as recent moves from both Walmart and Amazon have shown, including today’s back-to-back announcements from the two rivals, which sees Amazon buying a chain of popular grocery stores with a Whole Foods deal for $13.7 billion, and Walmart picking up yet another online apparel vendor with Bonobos for $310 million.
Walmart is the only retailer with the size, scale and funds to take on Amazon, and it’s been making aggressive moves to compete with Amazon’s online business for years. Amazon, on the other hand, has been trying to figure out how to merge brick-and-mortar stores into its world of online shopping. [MORE]
Nintendo has released a list of the new releases for its Switch console eShop available today, and North Americans will be able to download Hulu, according to the list. The app should go live with the rest of the eShop updates when the store refreshes its content, which usually happens at 12 PM ET.
The arrival of Hulu marks the first time Nintendo has made a video streaming app available on the Switch, though it did say that services such as Netflix and others could eventually make their way to the console as far back as the gaming hardware’s launch early this year. If there’s been one thing missing on the Switch experience, which is fantastic overall, it’s the availability of streaming media services, since it’s a great portable media player and a fantastic way to watch content on bigger screens while travelling, for instance. [MORE]
Have you noticed that the beauty world is looking a bit dark lately? From black highlighter to color-changing black lipstick, it seems the overload of all things unicorn this past year has finally pushed us in the completely opposite direction.
It could be because goth-inspired makeup is just cool, but another influence might be one trendy ingredient: activated charcoal. It's all over the beauty aisle — in pore-clearing masks, scrubs, and even toothpaste, so this week, I put the cult ingredient to the test. [MORE]
The DJ press shot cliches are well worn: shades or a 1000-yard-stare, monochrome colouring, a slight tilt of the head to look mournfully into the distance, pondering the weight of the universe.
But there are artists who break the mould, and this year we’ve had the delight of seeing some extravagant looks in press shots that would have the black-tee mafia quaking in their Doc Marten boots.
There’s been Arca covering his modesty with clay and staggering around on extended stilts; Sinjin Hawke embodying his futuristic music with an otherworldly, water-flecked aesthethetic; Bearcat warping her face into a squiggle; and Yung Lean showcasing his emotional scars with cuts and bruising make-up.
Reliable weird-dresser Björk also came through with a strap-on adorned outfit; Rødhåd caked himself in symbols; Stefflon Don wore a breathtaking coat in our May issue; and there’s been more besides. [MORE]
Plans for the weekend? We've got you covered! From tonight's 212th Annual Dinner Dance for The New England Society to the A-list premiere of Love, Cecil, scroll through for your top options.
Want more? Check our calendar for endless options.
God's Love We Deliver #LetsFeedDowntown Block Party:
What: God's Love We Deliver - the New York metropolitan area's leading provider of life-sustaining meals and nutrition counseling for people living with severe illnesses - is partnering with the Ear Inn - one of the oldest drinking establishments located in the historic James Brown House - to celebrate the establishment's historic 200th Anniversary. Open.
When: Saturday, November 11 @ 11:00 am [MORE]
Ever since its debut in 2015, André Saraiva's Chinatown cafe has been a hub for creatives, French girls, and fashion bloggers thanks to its millennial pink tables, x-rated neon artwork, and colorful dishes just begging for an #EEEEEATS hashtag. It's been a Fashion Week staple and an art snob's dream, hosting countless exhibitions and boasting authentic Jean Prouvé benches for brunchers in-the-know. However, all good ('grammable) things must come to an end, and the time is apparently now for Café Henrie.
Last week, the artist, hotelier, and nightlife connoisseur announced via Instagram that his "art project" would be ending, meaning the hip spot on Forsyth is no more. While the official last day of operations will be Sunday, November 12th, the cafe hosted a "block party" on Friday with friends and neighbors to say goodbye. They will also be selling off all items (including their impeccably chic pottery mugs and bowls) in a yard sale - and, FYI, those retro pink tables are just $190.
But before you start tearing the place apart, stop in for one last cup of coffee...and Instagram, of course. [MORE]
When you think of the most Italian of Italian fashion houses, Dolce & Gabbana most likely comes to mind. No label embodies those effortlessly cool European vibes more stylishly. And what better way to celebrate La Dolce Vita than with some Sophia Loren-approved pasta? After all, she famously said of her bombshell bod, "Everything you see I owe to spaghetti."
Just in time for the holiday season, Dolce & Gabbana has teamed up with family-owned pasta company Pastificio Di Martino to present some seriously luxurious eats. While the fashion-meets-food collaboration will be available at London department store, Harrods, American shoppers can buy the must-have online, though, as one would expect, the pasta's a bit more pricey than your grocery aisle Barilla.
For $110, you get a vintage-inspired gift tin full of pasta in various shapes, as well as an exclusive Dolce & Gabbana branded apron - for only the chicest of cooks in the kitchen. Only 5000 are available so act fast, then throw one hell of a dinner party. [MORE]
You guys, it's happened. The two most powerfully emotional people on the planet have met and combined psychic powers. They may be the only ones who could save us.
We are, of course, talking about Eleven from Stranger Things and the wonderfully emo Champagne Papi himself. Late Friday night, both Drake and rising starlet Millie Bobby Brown posted adorable photos with each other, perhaps posing backstage at the rapper's scheduled concert in Brisbane, Australia.
While Drake seems to be totally fangirling (that smile!), we can only imagine how Mike is feeling right now. [MORE]
She is known for her taut tummy, impeccable curves, and dark tresses.
And on Thursday, Emily Ratajkowski decided to ditch her iconic brown locks to see if blondes really do have more fun.
The 26-year-old actress slash model posted a photo of herself sporting a new look on her Instagram account alongside the caption: 'Do they have more fun tho?
Emily took a selfie showcasing the golden hair color, while giving a smoldering look to the camera.
The new blonde was seen wearing an unbuttoned denim jacket that she wore off the shoulders.
Only a couple hours before she shared her new hair color, the Gone Girl actress posted a revealing photo of herself in a gray satin dress.
Emily captioned the sexy snap: 'New and old @naj_jamai'. [MORE]