Jacquemus and Nike are back for another collaboration.
The "J Force 1" — which Jacquemus describes as a hybrid of the Air Force 1 and the ACG Terra — becomes available online on June 13 and in select Nike stores on June 21.
This is yet another example of fashion houses collaborating with more casual retailers. We recently saw the Mugler and H&M collaboration, plus Gucci and Adidas.
As limited edition releases, the collabs build up a sense of anticipation. They also make the designer labels more accessible to a wider audience. But can you still call them designer?
Another upcoming collab involves New Balance and rapper Aminé. Not much is known about the collection, but we do know the release date is sometime this year.
Happy Pride! Madonna and Sam Smith have officially announced the name of their upcoming song, "Vulgar." It's set to drop June 9.
Even better than the song title is the name that the duo is calling themselves for this release: S&M. If Madonna knows one thing, it's how to be provocative.
Happy Pride part two! Paris Hilton has released a remix of her 2006 song "Stars Are Blind" — this time featuring Kim Petras.
The only way to make this month even better is to have an official announcement on Lady Gaga's ARTPOP Act II ... but we've been waiting a decade for that.
Also in music news, Gorillaz has announced a four-show tour with special guests Kaytranada, Lil Yachty and Remi Wolf.
If you're a fan of the band, which has always been ahead of its time, and you're near one of these cities, then you're in luck:
- Los Angeles
Tickets are on sale now.
Anna Delvey (also known as Anna Sorokin; also known as the inspiration of Netflix's Inventing Anna) is dropping a ... single? And a podcast?
The Anna Delvey Show will be recorded from Delvey's East Village apartment because, you know, she's under house arrest.
According to Audio Up, the podcast's production studio, the show will unpack "what it means to be a rule breaker in 2023."
Some of the planned guests include Julia Fox and Emily Ratajkowski.