Wednesday, July 29, 2015


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MUSIC: Drake – Back To Back Freestyle (Meek Mill Diss) / Ice Cube Talks About NWA & Straight Outta Compton

Drake is back again and takes aim at Meek Mill again in his new track called Back To Back Freestyle.
Is that a world tour or your girl’s tour?
Trigger fingers turn twitter fingers.
You getting bodied my a singing ni**a.
– Drake

Ice Cube, F. Gary Gray & the cast of “Straight Outta Compton” (Ice Cube’s son & Eazy-E’s actor) talk Dr Dre, Straight Outta Compton, soundtrack album, tour, Suge Knight, MC Ren, Eazy E’s AIDS, Ice Cube’s feelings on the movie, Barbershop 3, marketing & more on The Rise & Grind Morning Show.

Khloé Kardashian On The Cover Of Complex / Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Cover Complex

Khloé Kardashian makes her way all the way to the front cover of Complex magazine. In her Complex cover story, Khloé talks about what it’s been like to watch Caitlyn transition and why it hit her and her family so hard, why the relationship with French Montana didn’t quite work out, how her relationship with Lamar Odom is nowadays and awkwardly, overhearing her mom have sex with her new young stud boyfriend.

Macklemore and Ryan Lewis are slowly returning to the mainstage and decide to tell their story on the cover of Complex’s August/September issue.
“I held it together for a while,” he says. “But, eventually, I stopped going to my 12-step meetings.” “I was burnt out,” he continues. “I was super-stressed. We weren’t sleeping—doing a show every day, zigzagging all over the country. In terms of the media I was getting put into a box that I never saw for myself. The pressure and the fame—everything. All the clichés, man—like not being able to walk around, having no privacy, and from this TV appearance to this TV appearance, and the criticism, and the lack of connection, and the lack of meetings—all of that put into one pie was just…I just wanted to escape.”

KICKS: Supreme x Air Jordan 5 / ASICS GEL-Lyte V "Burgundy Sunset"/ Nike Air Pegasus '83 "Aloha"/ Saint Laurent SL/01 Low-Top "Red"/ Bodega x Reebok 2015 Ventilator

ASICS GEL-Lyte V "Burgundy Sunset"
It’s hard to make ASICS’ GEL-Lyte V silhouette look particularly bad, and here the brand continues its streak of handsome general releases with a burgundy iteration from the “Sunset” pack. Here we find the sneaker outfitted with deep red suede throughout the upper and accented with tonal leather sidestripes. A cushy burgundy neoprene booty rests underneath, which is detailed with hits of orange at the interior lining. Accompanying orange hits at the outsole and a purple touch at the midsole complete this offering from ASICS, which is available at finer retailers such as KITH now.
Nike Air Pegasus '83 "Aloha"
Originally debuted for the 1984 Honolulu Marathon, the Nike Air Pegasus “Aloha” was designed to celebrate the culture of Hawaii. Nike made nods to that release earlier this summer with the Pegasus 32 “Photosynthesis,” and here decks out the vintage version with two new additions to the “Aloha” series. Here we find the sneaker done up with your choice or either navy or cream uppers, either of which feature hits of suede over floral-printed fabric. This release has been designated to the ladies, who can pick up their favorites over at mita sneakers now.
Saint Laurent SL/01 Low-Top "Red"
For a while there, a certain Swooshed brand was running the all-red trend, especially over the summer. Here luxury label Saint Laurent offers a different take on the motif with a very clean red-out version of the SL/01 Low silhouette. As to be expected, the sneaker makes use of premium materials throughout: buffed Italian leather throughout the body and collar; an embossed gold logo at the top of the tongue, and waxed tonal laces set this release off. If in the market for an upscale, subtle release that seems steps ahead of other “red” versions, head to retailers such as SSENSE to pick up this new iteration of the SL/01.
Bodega x Reebok 2015 Ventilator
Bodega wasn’t satisfied with capping its collaborative offerings this year – no matter how stellar the Consortium “BDGA” drop came out – and has since dropped another bomb in the form of a new project with Reebok. Considering the brand’s iconic Ventilator silhouette, the joint release is a summary of favorite materials and patterns from Bodega’s extensive repertoire. Accordingly, Bodega imbued the sneaker with panels of black pebbled leather, contrasting blue and cardinal suede, and polka dotted black jersey through the upper. “We’re always trying to reinterpret the past with whatever is front of us,” said founding partner Oliver Mak of the project in a new interview with Sneaker Freaker. Take a first gander at this beautifully complex release from Bodega and Reebok and look for more details as we near a future release date.

The Weeknd – I Can’t Feel My Face

The Weeknd delivers his brand new visual for his recent single called I Can’t Feel My Face.The Weeknd upcoming album titled Beauty Behind the Madness, is set to arrive on August 28.

Canadian DJ Brendan Fallis Talks Travel, Fashion, Music, Creativity & Hennessy Black / Streetsnaps: Taylour Paige / adidas Originals 2015 Fall/Winter Beckenbauer OG Tracksuit

Brendan Fallis is everywhere. The Canadian import DJ and entrepreneur has been entertaining countless crowds with his open-format DJing, and has provided music for high-profile clients such as Balmain, Louis Vuitton, Red Bull, Taco Bell and Viacom. His “Day and All Night” track production gained worldwide recognition with its unique use of Kate Moss’s vocals during shoe label Stuart Weitzman’s fall 2013 campaign, and has done numerous remixes to chart-topping success. When he’s not working the decks however, Brendan graces the covers of such publications as GQ and Details, is listed in “Best Dressed” lists for both Vanity Fair and MR PORTER, and was even voted one of the “100 Hottest Men to Follow on Instagram” by MSN Lifestyle.
To delve into the mind of such a well-rounded talent, we sat down with Brendan Fallis at the Master & Dynamic headquarters to pick his brain on his career, his style, his drink of choice, and even his personal life.
Other than your consistent work in NY, where have you been this year?
I started off the year in Thailand, Cambodia, Myanmar and Lao.  Since then, I’ve been to Canada a few times, Italy, France, Spain and all over the U.S.
Tell us about your best/most interesting gig recently.I recently played in Milan for Maserati and Zegna, which was pretty amazing! But most interesting, I’d have to say the Cannes Lion Ad Week Event for The Barbarian Group. I had the pleasure of DJing on a yacht, which was a first for me, but more so, the people in attendance were all really embedded in advertising and tech, so it was interesting to converse with them.
How is your personal style and taste reflected in your music? Do you find a particular symmetry between your fashion style and music style?I like to think my style leans more towards the clean and classic vibe, so I tend to tailor my music to that. But, I also like to add a little edge to what I’m wearing sometimes. Twist in some relevant culture pieces with some classics. I DJ with an open format style which allows me to tailor my music to the specific crowd I am in front of and also pairs well with my style.
Do you have any tricks to jumpstart your creative process?[Hennessy Black] is great to get creativity flowing when you need a little kick. Hennessy is a long-standing cognac that tastes as good as anything with such a high standard of quality should. The brand itself lends towards class and elegance. I see a dapper man who knows what to appreciate loving the brand or someone who wants to respect a taste and stand out from the rest in a respective way. If you’re taking the time to drink something with such quality, you want to live that lifestyle as well.
How do you take your Hennessy Black (straight, rocks, cocktail, etc.)? On what occasion would you drink Hennessy Black?I like my Hennessy Black with 1 or 2 rocks. Clean and easy. I drink it as an after-dinner drink or for a late night work drink.
Who are your top artists in heavy rotation in your bag at the moment?Right now I am playing a lot of Flume, Jeremih, Tom Petty, Nas and Hayden James.
Describe a typical night off for Brendan Fallis.A night off for me is the classic dinner and a movie/series with my girl. We both enjoy cooking so much, so we shop and try and create something that we originally thought we would not be able to make. Pair that with a nice drink on the rocks afterwards and hanging with some friends or just chilling on our own, that’s about the best night in the books for me.

Location: Los Angeles, CA
adidas Originals 2015 Fall/Winter Beckenbauer OG Tracksuit
Franz Beckenbauer was arguably the most dominant defender of all time having won the World Cup, both as a player and coach, while also racking up numerous domestic and international club accolades with Bayern München. He still remains an influential figure off the pitch, and as a result adidas Originals has paid tribute to “Der Kaiser” by unveiling a range of archival tracksuit designs, that Franz himself was known to wear back in his playing days. The Beckenbauer OG tracksuit comes in red and navy colorways, whilst an accompanying T-shirt emblazoned with throwback branding is also part of the offering. Priced at ¥5,500 JPY (approximately $45 USD) for the tees, ¥10,000 JPY (approximately $80 USD) for the pants, and ¥13,000 JPY (approximately $105 USD) for the top, purchase the full range at BEAMS locations starting July 30, followed by an August 5 release on the adidas Originals webstore.

MUSIC NEWS: Birdman Interview with Angie Martinez Part 1 & 2 / David Banner Sues Lil Wayne & Young Money For Unpaid Royalties


Angie Martinez sits down with the Cash Money founder Birdman, as he spoke about all the controversy surrounding his relationship with Lil Wayne.
““That was shocking to everybody,” Birdman says about his falling out with Lil Wayne. “You never thought Wayne would be saying nothing negative about me in no lifetime. I never thought that could ever happen — for that man to open his mouth and say something negative about me. Sh*t f*cked my day up. I love my son. He mean the world to me. For that man to say something negative about me, that affected my life.

In part 2, Birdman talks about his issues with Lil Wayne, if Drake and Nicki Minaj will leave Cash Money, the alleged conspiracy to kill Lil Wayne, the drink throwing incident in Miami and much more.

If Lil Wayne doesn’t know what the word “ironic” means, he does now … he’s being sued by a rapper for not forking over royalties … which is exactly his gripe with Birdman.
Rapper David Banner claims he signed a contract in 2008 with Wayne’s Young Money Records to produce two songs for Wayne — “La La” and “Pussy Monster” — featured on “Tha Carter III.”
Banner claims Young Money told him in 2012 he was owed $138,787.19 in royalties … but he never saw a cent. Banner also claims Young Money has gone radio silent, so he has no idea how much more he’s owed.
Banner also says the same thing happened in 2009 with “Streets Is Watchin.” He claims he was told he’s owed more than $15,392.57.
As TMZ first reported, Wayne is locked in a lawsuit against Birdman and Cash Money Records for $51 million … claiming he’s owed money for his never-released album, “Tha Carter V.”

FRESH ADIDAS: adidas Blue Boost/ adidas Rod Laver & Superstar 80s "Remastered" Pack/ adidas Los Angeles "Dark Blue"/ adidas Originals' Superstar 80s Receives the Star Wars Treatment/ adidas Skateboarding Suciu ADV

adidas Blue Boost
adidas drops yet another rendition of sneaker to utilize the Boost sole, this time on a pair under its fashion-driven Blue line. Fusing technology and techniques acquired from the time of the Tubular and the support and comfort attributed from the Boost sole, the Blue Boosts could very well be a match made in athletic-lifestyle heaven. Two colorways have been revealed so far — a conservative black/white, and a grey/blue/red for more open-minded individuals — and are now available at stores like SUPPA.
adidas Rod Laver and Superstar 80s "Remastered" Pack
The Rod Laver and the Superstar 80s are, respectively, two of the most iconic and wearable silhouettes adidas claims in its roster. We keep this in mind as the brand drops a surprise release with two revisions of both sneakers, offering both as a part of the “Remastered” pack. The collection finds both silhouettes touched with fashion detailing previously seen in upscale collaborations such as Rick Owens or Yohji Yamamoto’s adidas lines. The Rod Laver “Remastered” is touched with suede and leather trim through the upper and built on a thick off-white outsole. Elsewhere, the Superstar 80s is stripped of its hallmark three sidestripes, elongated with an exaggerated soccer-style tongue and features a ridged outsole at the bottom. Both of these groundbreaking iterations are available now at SUPPA – stay tuned for details of a wider release.
adidas Los Angeles "Dark Blue"
adidas Originals presents a new iteration of its lightweight Los Angeles silhouette, presenting a universally wearable iteration nicknamed “Dark Blue.” The sneaker is outfitted with deep blue mesh throughout the paneled upper, which is accented by welded matte TPU logo striping at the sides. A cushy dark blue EVA midsole provides supreme cushioning here, while a durable Continental® rubber outsole completes this offering from adidas Originals. Pick up this “Dark Blue” release available now at select retailers such as Sneaker Politics for $100 USD.
adidas Originals' Superstar 80s Receives the Star Wars Treatment
Amidst all the celebratory creations in anticipation for the upcoming seventh episode, adidas Originals unveils a new addition to its mi adidas customization lineup. The latest Three Stripes silhouette to receive the Star Wars treatment is the iconic Superstar 80s silhouette, which can be personalized using all-over prints, laces, exclusive lace-locks and even custom-molded Darth Vader and Stormtrooper shells. Available in both adult and youth sizes, head over to miadidas to create a one-of-a-kind version of the throwback sneaker.
adidas Skateboarding Suciu ADV
In 2013, Mark Suciu got a place on the adidas Skateboarding squad. Herald for his fierce approach, Suciu soon became the team’s marquee skateboarder. Now, with the help of Suciu, adidas has unveiled the pro skater’s signature shoe. The performance-driven design draws inspiration from Suciu’s infatuation with Gothic architecture, making for a sophisticated yet durable silhouette prepped for abrasion. The sneaker features a coffee brown upper, with signature trefoil and Stripes taking on the tongue and heel. A lightweight cupsole provides cushioning and an ADIPRENE midsole offers support and board control for the rider, while the asymmetrical collar provides an all-over ankle support. The adidas Skateboarding Suciu ADV will be available in four colorways at select adidas retailers from July 31

FASHION: Keeping up With the Cool Kids: How Public School Is Staying on Top of its Class

Keeping up With the Cool Kids: How Public School Is Staying on Top of its Class

Public School has come a long way from its humble beginnings in 2008. Founded by two native New York City urbanites, the brand has ascended into the higher ranks of streetwear, defining what New York City/downtown style embodies. No longer needing an introduction, Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne are products of New York’s public school system themselves, harnessing their first hand experience in the city to create these coveted pieces that have popped up on the backs of everyone from Kendrick Lamar to Mick Jagger. Its success has been recognized, having been awarded multiple distinctions such as the CFDA Menswear Designer of the Year Award in 2013, the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund and the Woolmark Prize for menswear. But with the “high end streetwear” category becoming increasingly saturated, how has Public School stayed on top of the game?
Firstly, the brand is constantly reinventing itself and surprising its audience. A prime example would be its latest lookbook for Fall/Winter 2015, which breaks the mold for what ever preconceptions there may have been about the label. A stark juxtaposition from its streetwear reputation, the lookbook is set in a vintage office space. Stoic and drab, dull-faced models are clad in Public School’s standard color palette — black, white, neutrals. But the setting that belies the brand’s image is just another way Chow and Osborne try to keep things fresh. According to the designers, “we’re always trying to raise the bar for ourselves. We don’t sit around thinking about what other people think about, but there are some general expectations of what we can and should be doing so it’s nice to break those molds.” This nonchalance is definitely admirable and translates into its offerings – resulting in pieces that are authentically Public School. When asked about the secret ingredient behind their success, the designers are, once again, nonchalant, saying “there’s no right and wrong, just stick to your own point of view and don’t waver from it.”

The defiance against labeling and the constant urge to surprise has kept spectators guessing. For its 2016 spring/summer runway showing — at the inaugural NYFW:Men’s — Chow and Osborne decided to enlist a curious roster of multicultural models and influencers (such as Nick Wooster, Waris Ahluwalia and Luka Sabbat). While some designers try to ensure a collective of faceless models purely displaying the clothes, Public School had bigger things in mind. With little cohesiveness in its literal lineup, Chow and Maxwell wanted to show off “real people doing interesting things, breaking conventional molds and ideas.” Furthermore, the disparate faces were an attempt at “highlight[ing] the idea of the Public School uniform and put it against a backdrop that helped to show how much closer we are to each other than the world gives credit.” Its face-front embrace of the real world and attempt at keeping things fresh definitely helps Public School stay relevant.

Indebted to New York City’s unique and multicultural make up, Chow and Maxwell hail from different heritages and backgrounds resulting in a unique outlook for the brand. “We design for ourselves mostly. We’ve spent our entire lives here in NYC so it’s a culmination of everything we’ve learned growing up into adulthood.” The music and sport (both are avid Knicks fans) references aren’t a guise, nor is anything else about the brand. Having grown up in the depths of the cultural mecca that is the Big Apple, Chow and Maxwell — for a lack of better words — can be identified with the phrase ”downtown cool.” Their innate outlook seamlessly translates into their creations.
A formula of surprise has worked in Public School’s favor, but its winning factor is something that other brands vying for the same level of success might lack — sheer authenticity. By designing for themselves — real products of New York and its public school system — Chow and Maxwell condense their combined experiences into a visceral brand, embodying the true nature of the city. Both designers have worked behind the scenes at some of New York’s most celebrated brands including P Diddy’s Sean Jean imprint in the early ’00s.  More recently, the duo’s NYC blood has given the ultimate stamp of authenticity with their recent appointment as creative directors of Donna Karan’s DKNY. The label has always aimed to translate the vigor and energy of the city to its consumers and has been a defining pillar in New York fashion. With the city at the epitome of streetwear, Public School are now the crown jewel.

Even at the forefront of the ever-cluttered fashion landscape, the brand shows no sign of slowing down. In a realm where labels are constantly collaborating with each other to gain greater exposure, one of the highest accolades worth calling home is undoubtedly a Nike/Jordan Brand collaboration. Public School have a few to its name already, with an Air Jordan 110 and a Melo M11. Piquing much fanfare and interest, the designers have always tagged onto the flow of Air Jordan releases throughout the year, putting its own spin on whatever retro is in line for the season. When asked if there are any more coming, Chow’s eagerness to share quickly gets interjected by Osborne’s acumen to never let up. “Maybe” he mutters, “maybe.”

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

FASHION: #hypebeastkids adidas Originals Tubular X Primeknit/ A First Look at the adidas Originals Tubular X Primeknit

#hypebeastkids adidas Originals Tubular X Primeknit
No child will be left without a pair of the hotly anticipated adidas Originals Tubular X sneakers. While the full adult-sized version is expected to roll out this summer, toddlers will be able to sport their own this fall. Maintaining the full Primeknit upper, the kids get a croc-embossed layer of support on the lateral sides of the shoes. Stay tuned for more information.
Source: The Shoe Game
A First Look at the adidas Originals Tubular X Primeknit
Following the Paris Fashion Week announcement of adidas’s new take on the upcoming Tubular X, here is a first look at the Primeknit rendition of the brand new silhouette. Taking its name from the X-shaped support structure connecting the laces and the heel, the rest of the shoe’s upper is composed of a patterned Primeknit sock-like upper, with the adidas Trefoil logo prominently embossed on the tonal leather X structure. The two-toned sole unit is split into white and translucent halves, and seemingly takes inspiration from the Yeezy Boost with its vertically segmented construction and chunky composition. Leave your thoughts on this futuristic sneaker in the comments section below.


MUSIC: Mixtape: Erykah Badu – FEEL BETTER, WORLD / Congrats @1Future Lands 1st No. 1 Album With ‘DS2,’ 147K Sold 1st Week

Click here to listen: Erykah Badu – FEEL BETTER, WORLD
Erykah Badu has shared a new mixtape, titled FEEL BETTER, WORLD!. In this release, she has compiled a selection of her current favorite songs from soul, jazz and funk music, which includes Eddie Kendrick’s “My People… Hold On,” Gary Bartz NTU Troop’s “Drinking Song” and RAMP’s “Come Into Knowledge.
LOVE, ms. badu

FASHION: MADE IN GM JAPAN For Ron Herman Pecos Boots/ Nike Creates A Custom "Cooling Head" for Ashton Eaton/ UPDATE: Drake x Air Jordan 10 Retro "OVO" Set for Official Retail Release/ Converse CT Shroud Hi Pack/ New Balance ML1980 "Sweatshirt"

MADE IN GM JAPAN For Ron Herman Pecos Boots
Japanese contemporary label MADE IN GM JAPAN releases a new Pecos Boot for their current season of utilitarian workwear pieces. The work boot features a smooth, luxurious suede leather outer, Spartan Goodyear welt process construction for incredible durability, steel-fitted toe and Vibram outer sole for long lasting grip. Available in either black or beige on August 15 exclusively at Ron Herman Sendagaya in Tokyo, Japan, prepare for the upcoming winter nights with these refined Pecos boots retailing at approximately $605 USD.
Nike Creates A Custom "Cooling Head" for Ashton Eaton
Unlike a specialized sport icon, Olympic champion decathlete Ashton Eaton has a variety of needs after an event. According to him though, the most necessary, immediate accommodation is also a pretty simple desire: he wants to douse himself with cool water. To that, Nike has answered (complexly, of course) with a prototype that draws inspiration from long-running ice hat designs. The Cooling Head is engineered with small veins that hold cold water close to the contours of the athlete’s face – offering an immediate cooling sensation from the top down. The Cooling Head will be tested by Ashton Eaton during his summer training sessions, as well as his wife and fellow Olympian Brianne Thiesen-Eaton. If Eaton’s trials prove successful, can you see integrating this one into your workout?
Source: Engadget
UPDATE: Drake x Air Jordan 10 Retro "OVO" Set for Official Retail Release
A retail release for Jordan Brand’s collaboration with Drake’s OVO record label and imprint looks set for Fall/Winter 2015 retail release. Following a Quickstrike release at an OVO pop-up earlier in the year, a sneak peek at the packaging for the collaborative footwear has been leaked thanks to @thekid_dex . Set for a white/gold colorway and to be priced at $225 USD, Drizzy’s Air Jordan 10 retros are certain to build a buzz whenever they eventually drop and will act as a fitting retort to adidas’s acquisition and utilization of Kanye West.
Converse CT Shroud Hi Pack
Shortly after introducing the tech-infused All Star Chuck Taylor II, Converse unveils a modern reinterpretation of its iconic silhouette. The classic high-top’s canvas upper has been wrapped with a tonal zip-up leather shell, leaving a minimal, monotone design. Converse’s patch logo is stitched onto the side while the signature flat rubber sole finishes off the eye-catching rendering. Available in a trio of colorways, the Converse CT Shroud Hi Pack is priced at €99 EUR (approximately $109 USD), and can be purchased from select retailers including sivasdescalzo.
New Balance ML1980 "Sweatshirt"
With one part of the renaissance complete, now New Balance is poised to release new silhouettes and further assert its own vision for the amalgamation of street and performance wear. One of the most exemplary models there is the ML 1980, which has recently been tweaked with classic cozy lightweight jersey for the season. Accordingly, the “Sweatshirt” iteration was born: imbued with grey feather jersey throughout the toecap and complimented in your choice of burgundy, black, navy or grey. While the upper features tech-y edges like reflective overlays and engineered mesh towards the heel, the sole unit is comprised of a singular cut of Fresh Foam – New Balance’s proprietary running-spec cushioning system. Pick up this version of the sneaker at retailers such as SNKRS now.

NEW MUSIC: Safaree – Lifeline (Meek Mill Diss) / Tyga – Master Suite / Jay 305 Feat Joe Moses – Thuggin (2.0)


This morning, Safaree, who is Nicki Minaj’s ex, decided to unleash his own diss record aimed at Meek Mill. He also claims that he ghostwrote for Nicki Minaj.

Tyga is back and decides to drop off a brand new record called Master Suite, which is directed by Chris Torres.

Jay 305 is back with the official video for his latest joint called Thuggin featuring Joe Moses produced by DJ Mustard and directed by Topshelf Junior.

Monday, July 27, 2015


N.W.A. Planning Straight Outta Compton Tour With Eminem

According to The Hollywood Reporter, who interviewed the cast of the film, Universal and the World’s Most Dangerous crew is planning an European tour with Eminem filling in for Eazy Eto promote the movie.
Details and schedules are still being worked out, but it would be a once in a lifetime opportunity to catch all the members and Slim Shady live in concert.

PHOTOS BY VAN STYLES - Smoking Section :: Shauna Melinda

The summers in N.Y. can be a mother fucker sometimes. While the city itself is beautiful and full of life the heat plus humidity can quickly ruin a good time. This wasn't the case when I was shooting with Shauna over at her apartment in Brooklyn.
She had contacted me a few times about getting together for a photos. As life can be at times it is all about schedules and while out in the big apple I was fortunate enough to have the chance for us to link up to create.
I usually like it when the model is open to shooting at her place. I find it to be a bit more unique than renting a spot. Shauna's place had a cool vibe to it. In her bedroom she had this colored sheet over the window which had a nice glow to the light.
With her window a/c unit running we got it going. Since we were shooting in her bedroom I felt a comfy t-shirt with some simple panties would work well. To top it off she enjoyed smoking some weed so I suggested we run with that to add more to the images. Something about a beautiful girl smoking weed is just timeless and something most people can appreciate. Thanks again Shauna for inviting me into your home to shoot. Till next time!