GQ has compiled a list of the 100 hottest women of the 21st century which features Beyonce on the cover and ironically, she comes in at #1… surprise, surprise.
Yes, there are still 987 more years in this particular millennium. But we’ve already made up our minds. We’re saying right now: This is one of the top three hottest millennia ever. And we’ve already decided who the all-stars are. Yes, we’re talking about Beyoncé, but we’re not just talking about Beyoncé. We’re talking the century of Mila Kunis, the historically significant period of the Ladies of Friday Night Lights, the era when Marisa Tomei showed us how hot 44 was and Megan Fox showed us how hot talking-robot alien cars were. Just think, in the 1900s we didn’t even know what a sext was (thanks, Scarlett!), we’d never heard of Kate Upton or the Dougie, or the beautiful music they could make together. So, sure, it’s still early, but it’s not too early to obsessively catalogue GQ‘s hottest women of the 2000s.
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The 2013 Nike Black History Month Collection celebrates three athletes who live by Nike’s BHM mantra “Be Bold. Be True”. Shoe models are unveiled for Kobe, Lebron and K.D. consisting of seven shoes, two t-shirts, a Destroyer jacket, Nike Elite socks and 5-panel hat. The 2013 Nike BHM Collection will debut beginning January 26th.
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Actress Megan Fox graces the cover of the February 2013 issue of Esquire Magazine US. The feature covers the actress’s thoughts on fame, talent, her beauty and how she handles the pressures of the industry. Of course, the magazine includes photos of Miss Fox as well.
Christopher Baily and Burberry Prorsum unleashes a very primal themed collection for their Fall/Winter 2013 campaign. The collection features Burberry’s signature plaid print with a little extra flavor of leopard prints and tiger stripes on shoes, coats, tops, and scarves. The pieces in this collection are sure to turn heads from fashion experts and novices alike.
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Nike Golf is planning to unveil a new TV spot that features Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy whom Nike just inked as a paid endorser of the brand. The 60-second spot is produced by Wieden + Kennedy, and is set to air from Wednesday, January 16th to Monday, January 21st on ESPN and The Golf Channel in the United States, on TSN in Canada, and on Sky Sports in Europe.
This commercial reminds me of the old Michael Jordan and Larry Bird McDonald’s spot that depicted the two legends going tit for tat on who can make the most unique shots. The same holds true for Woods and McIlroy as they are captured on the driving range taking turns one-upping each other by making amazing shots into a variety of different cups. Enjoy!
New Balance presents the 1500EBN, which is an ongoing theme of their 1500 series. This particular sneaker comes in a unique blue and navy blue colorway with a premium suede and mesh upper.
The shoes have just been released today (Jan. 15th) at Overkill.
Rihanna, Complex Magazine, 7 covers… ‘Nuff said…
Since opening her Instagram account last March, with a selfie of her blowing smoke, Rihanna has posted more than 230 self portraits. “It’s narcissistic, but whatever—everyone does it,” she says. “I’m capturing personality… Everybody has their thing they like or don’t like to see. It’s all in your head. That’s why people take their own pictures, because it’s difficult for someone else to capture what you seek.”
Some of Rihanna’s more buzzed-about selfies are the ones she takes topless (with arms strategically placed over her chest) or with a blunt between her fingers. And then there is the semi-nude shot she posted in December with the caption, “Who needs fashion when there’s pu$$y.” Provocative, even illicit, these are not the kinds of images a publicist would greenlight. In fact, they may have cost Rihanna her Nivea endorsement. The skincare company broke ties with her last August, explaining that she did not embody their image of “trust, family, and reliability.”
Head on over to Complex for the feature.
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