The Army Jacket will always be a fashion staple and Converse is bringing it to their classic Chuck Taylor All Star sneaker. Continue reading…
Converse joins the sneakerboot game with these winter-ready Chucks. The Tekoa has a molded heel for grip, a rubber overlay on the upper for waterproofing and a high collar and padded tongue for warmth. Available in brown/black and all black.
It's October, and we're celebrating Chuck Palahniuk's newest book BEAUTIFUL YOU by writing stories of WORLD DOMINATION! Column by Taylor Houston Flash fiction: A style of fictional literature marked by extreme brevity. Welcome to LitReactor's...Show More Summary
Converse is ready for winter with the release of its Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Woolrich Collection. The fun collection utilizes Woolrich’s plaid fabrications for a fashionable update to Converse’s iconic Chuck Taylor. Available in six colorways, the Converse x Woolrich collection is available now for purchase at Converse.com. Show More Summary
Fresh off introducing its exclusive take on the iconic Converse Chuck Taylor sneaker, Barneys New York returns with another addition to its exclusive BNY Sole Series. Collaborating with Diadora, Barneys gives the brand’s sneakers a flashy update with metallic and leather details. Show More Summary
Converse isn’t one to keep things conventional and they’ve got an upcoming release that is sure to make you rethink cold weather footwear. For the Converse First String Chuck Taylor Wetsuit Pack, the brand found inspiration in a pretty unlikely place and transformed the silhouette into something that we’ve never seen before. Continue reading…
Barneys New York continues to bring on the kicks as the latest collaboration in its BNY Sole Series includes a limited-edition take on Converse’s iconic Chuck Taylor sneakers. Offering a simple update on the classic sneakers, Barneys’ Chuck Taylor is dressed in wrinkled patent leather. Show More Summary
As some added value to that in-depth Chuck Klosterman piece on Taylor Swift, GQ has now released the below interview between Ryan Adams and Swift, whose album 1989 he just covered and released. Check it out: [ more › ]
Chuck Klosterman interviewed Taylor Swift for her new GQ cover story, but the mag lined up a separate video Q&A in which Ryan Adams, whose Taylor Swift covers album you may have heard about, asks Swift about her songwriting techniques and Siri usage. Watch below. Watch this on The Scene. In other Swift news, her […]
Taylor Swift revealed intimate details of her life in a personal tell-all interview with GQ‘s Chuck Klosterman this week, following her first ever photo shoot for GQ. After opening up on many details of her life both personal and professional, Taylor Swift took a trip back in time to 2009 to that infamous Kanye West... Show More Summary
There's an extensive, fascinating profile of Taylor Swift in this month's GQ, and the best moment happens when Swift ignores the (kind of condescending) interviewer, Chuck Klosterman. While in a car together, Swift's phone rings: The display panel says the incoming call is from J TIMB. Show More Summary
During an extensive cover interview with Chuck Klosterman for GQ, the only time Taylor Swift "appears remotely flustered," Klosterman writes, is when he relays a story to her about meeting a former acquaintance of Swift's a few years back who called her "calculating." Swift "really, really hates the word calculating...
No mention of this summer's epic Twitter gaffe — and Swift's still weirdly cagey about the subject of "Bad Blood"
Reports have been claiming that Taylor Swift has denied that “Bad Blood” is about Katy Perry. The “Wildest Dreams” singer sat down for a 15-minute interview with GQ writer Chuck Klosterman. It was revealed last week that Taylor Swift, 25, was the cover girl of the November 2015 issue of GQ Magazine. Show More Summary
In an new interview with GQ with Chuck Klosterman, Taylor Swift gets her public persona pretty carefully scrutinized, especially the story behind her huge hit, "Bad Blood." If you've somehow avoided knowing this (sorry), you're about to read all the hottest gossip from forever ago. Show More Summary
Taylor Swift delved into the way she manages and maintains her career, friendships — including Kanye West — and the mythology that surrounds songs like "Bad Blood," in a revealing, lengthy profile in GQ. Author Chuck Klosterman spends much of the story plumbing the peculiar relationship between Swift's very public personal life...
If Taylor Swift wasn't busy writing you catchy pop songs, she'd be busy writing you marketing copy, the singer told GQ for its November cover story. GQ's Chuck Klosterman asked Swift about a ton of things, including what she'd be doing if she wasn't famous. Show More Summary
It’s been 10 years since Game kicked in the door of the Rap game with his debut album, The Documentary. Despite what some 50 Cent fans will tell you, the album is a modern day classic. With The Documentary 2, Chuck Taylor looks to recapture the feeling with an epic 25-track offering that features guest […]
She’s been on pretty much every magazine cover in the world by now, except GQ. But Taylor Swift is changing all of that with the November 2015 issue of the men’s magazine. Writer Chuck Klosterman interviewed the “I Knew You Were Trouble”...Show More Summary
Brand vice president-general manager Geoff Cottrill talks about why free studio time for musicians is great advertising, and more. As iconic American brands go, the Chuck Taylor may be the least advertised. Don't get me wrong, the Nike...Show More Summary