Kanye West's new "Bound 2 You" video features a topless Kim Kardashian, riding on a motorcycle, in front of a green screen. [Refinery 29] And we thought all the controversy was over, but Barneys just canceled its launch party for Jay Z's holiday collaboration. Show More Summary
On this week’s How I Met Your Mother, siblings just don’t understand. “Mom and Dad” are something for Barney and his brother to fight over. William Zabka returns and reprises his role as the thorn in Ted’s side. But fortunately, it looks like Sherri Shepherd might be done being a thorn in ours. The Players: Director: Pamela Fryman Writers: [...]
NEW YORK — In a review commissioned by Barneys New York, an attorney found the luxury store does not have a written or unwritten policy to profile customers based on race and didn't initiate any police action against two black customers...Show More Summary
He was all set to kick off his “A New York Holiday” collaboration with Barneys, but now Jay Z has been forced to back out of the gig. Originally scheduled for this Wednesday (November 20), the shindig will not go on due to “unforeseen...Show More Summary
(SPOILERS AHEAD, so proceed with caution, you Mother lovers!) Season Nine, Episode Ten: “Mom and Dad” Written by: Carter Bays & Craig Thomas; Directed by: Pamela Fryman Tonight’s episode takes a page from The Parent Trap as Barney tries to get his parents back together. Show More Summary
Looks like all that heat Jay Z's been taking for his collaboration with Barneys New York is finally making a dent. Though the rapper said he'd continue to stand by the retailer despite all those racial profiling allegations it's been...Show More Summary
A charity event that had been tentatively planned to kick off a collaboration between Jay Z and Barneys New York will not take place.
Jay Z has once again turned lemons into lemonade. Instead of getting caught in the Barneys racial-profiling mess, he’s managed to take control and turn the controversy to his advantage. The music mogul announced that he’ll take a “leadership role” on this “disturbing” issue and continue his partnership deal with the luxury store — but […]
Crying is Not Enough is trying to get itself Greenlit on Steam. It's like an unwitting spiritual successor to Deadly Premonition, if that trailer is any indication. It's full of amusingly stilted voice acting and features some preternatural...Show More Summary
SHOCKING ALLEGATIONS: The police department in Deming, N.M., is listed in a $1 million lawsuit, charging it with abusing a motorist who was pulled over after a routine traffic stop. By Rob Nikolewski ? New Mexico Watchdog I’m no Pollyanna. Too often life can be, in the words of Thomas Hobbes, solitary, poor, nasty, brutish...
He may have retired for a short time during his career, but Jay Z is staying in the rap game as he headed to a music studio in Soho in New York City on Monday (November 18). As previously reported by GossipCenter, the multi-talentedShow More Summary
Subjectivity and the tendency to act based on unconscious biases is a business risk that companies cannot afford to ignore. It's not just Barneys or a pricey boutique in Zurich where racial profiling can impact the bottom line. According...Show More Summary
Now that Jay Z has officially decided to move forward with his "A New York Holiday" collaboration with Barneys, despite the racial profiling allegations against the store, the only thing left to do is party, right? Well, not so fast....Show More Summary
Today, Barneys announced that it has cancelled Wednesday's party for Jay Z's holiday collaboration "due to unforeseen circumstances," reports WWD. It goes without saying that the retailer is trying to minimize further attention from the allegations of racial profiling made by two African-American shoppers earlier this month. This comes just... More »
Jay Z is doing everything he can to hold onto his potentially highly lucrative collaboration with Barney’s, even after the hoity-toity department store came under fire for two racial profiling incidents in the last month. Many has encouraged Jay Z to bow out of the deal, including Vogue‘s Andre Leon Talley, who told The New York [...]
Ralph Lauren Black Label Fall/Winter 2013–Model Matt Clunan stars in a fall/winter 2013 look book from Barneys New York. Donning the latest from Ralph Lauren Black Label and Ralph Lauren Black Label Denim, Matt impresses in a luxe fitted wardrobe that includes everything from suiting to sportswear. Show More Summary
In the wake of a racial profiling scandal at Barney’s New York a lot of discussion has been going on around the new collaboration between the department store and rapper JAY Z, specifically whether or not the collaborative collection should… JAY Z x Just Don Caps is a post by David Fischer on Highsnobiety.
Jay Z has finally decided what to do about his now-controversial holiday promo deal with Barneys, which is under fire for alleged racial profiling. The rapper is keeping his partnership with the luxury retailer, but now all proceeds (instead of just a portion) will go to his charity. He was under pressure to cut ties […]
Style Groundwork–Using James Perse as the perfect label for essential basics, Barneys New York builds a stylish fall/winter 2013 wardrobe around the brand. Enlisting models Abiah Hostvedt, John Hein, Miles Langford and Matthew Bell, James Perse’ basics join great pieces from Balmain, Simon Miller, Givenchy and more. Show More Summary
Jay-Z is doing the right thing by tackling concerns over racial profiling at Barneys head on, or it's a classic case of celebrity damage control. The rap king's association with the clothing chain turned sour when two people claimed they were racially profiled and treated unfairly after entering a Barneys' store. Show More Summary