One of the most exciting new names in fashion, Yoon Ahn, is on the heels of her much-anticipated AMBUSH x Nike capsule collection release. Growing a cult-like following based largely on her personal style and commissioned jewelry designs, Yoon now serves as the owner of her own ready-to-wear line and was recently appointed men’s jewelry designer for Dior Homme. Ahn has created a Yoon Ahn, created a bold capsule collection, that carries you from day through nighttime. Check it out now.Read More
The entire Internet is buzzing with talk of Ariana Grande‘s new music video for her biggest ever track ‘Thank U, Next’, and turns out it is smashing all sorts of records: The video has broken a Vevo record by achieving 50 million views in a 24 hour period. She now is the most listened to artist on Spotify and the song also became the fastest ever song to crack 100 million streams on the platform, just to name a few. Damn, Girl. Watch the most-talked-about/streamed video at this very moment!Read More
Premiered earlier this week on Beats 1 with Zane Lowe, Sampa The Great’s new single ‘Energy’ thrives with hypnotic chants and a low bass rhythm, with Sampa’s empowering words exploring the imbalances of our world, between reflections on limitations and strength. Listen to it NOW.
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English pop-rockers The 1975 have announced a 2019 Australian headline tour, as they prepare to release their third album A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships on Friday, 30th November.
The tour will include some huge arena and stadium-sized shows across Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth throughout September 2019, and will mark the band’s first trip down under since January 2016. Click through for all the details.
Sydney creative Fairina Cheng designs and produces jewellery that turns heads and starts conversations. Her newest design is the perfect travel accessory for that feeling when you just want to get away.Read More
This summer, Kings Cross Hotel is teaming up with Bacardi to present a “Summer of Music,” a series of parties and pop-ups through our hottest months, proving Sydney’s nightlife is far from dead.
Kings Cross Hotel has partnered with a bunch of their friends to bring diverse club nights, live bands, dance classes and workshops over four hot months. Accompanied by a perfectly curated Bacardi cocktail menu (think Pineapple Mojito’s and frozen Pina Coladas), the rooftop will be turned into a rustic and leafy Caribbean oasis in the heart of Kings Cross!
The best part? The entire series is FREE – All. Summer. Long !