Lamborghini has unveiled a new flagship Aventador model, the Aventador SVJ. Picking up where the Aventador SV left off, the SVJ pushes well into hypercar territory with a slew of improvements.

A normally-aspirated V12 send 759bhp and 531lb ft of torque to all for wheels, a power output identical to the ultra-exclusive Centurino. The all-wheel-drive bias has been moved 3% rearward, and roll bars and suspension settings have been updated to compensate.

The SVJ is limited to a total of 900 units, and with a Nordschleife lap record under its belt, this is one of the most impressive cars to come from Lamborghini in its storied history.

adidas Confirms YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Triple White” Re-release

After dropping new campaign imagery for the “Butter” colorway last week, adidas and YEEZY have now confirmed the reissue of the YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 in “Triple White,” also known as “Cream White.” Rumors about the sneaker’s rerelease have been around for a while, with the initial drop date believed to be in July this year.

The sneaker will be the same as the last release — in April last year — with a Primeknit upper, semi-translucent rubber outsole and BOOST midsole.

This drop is described by adidas as the “largest ever,” with more YEEZY fans able to get their hands on the sneakers than during previous releases. Registration for the YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Triple White” is open now via the YEEZY SUPPLY site and the adidas web store. The shoes will be available for purchase for $220 USD on September 21.

LeBron James takes his talent to LA | #iRockParties

The King appears to have decided where he’s going next in the NBA — LeBron James has reportedly heading to the Los Angeles Lakers … and for a helluva lot of money.

A press release from Klutch Sports came out Sunday saying James had signed a 4 year contract with Magic Johnson’s team for $154 million. The NBA superstar has yet to confirm the report himself.

It’s unclear who else might be joining LeBron at this point, but rumors are swirling that Magic and co. are trying to land Kawhi Leonard from the San Antonio Spurs.

James told the Cavs Friday that he would be declining his $35.6 million contract option for next season and would become an unrestricted free agent — reports say he’s expected to make an official announcement about his next team on Tuesday.


Limited to just 55 examples, the Rolls-Royce Wraith Luminary Collection is inspired by the stars. Its unique Sunburst Grey paint changes from gray to copper when hit by the sun, and the pinstripes are hand-painted in a contrasting tan. Inside, the veneer is made of Tudor Oak and has perforations that let a constellation of 176 LED lights through.

The headliner has more than triple that, with 1340 fiber optic lights recreating both the night sky and eight shooting stars that cross overhead as you drive.

The Shoe Surgeon Take Over // West Hollywood // Air Max Class // March 15th – 18th

Join The Shoe Surgeon in Los Angeles March 15th-18th for our first ever Air Max Decon/Recon Class in celebration of Air Max month!

In this 4-day intensive class, you’ll deconstruct and fully reconstruct a pair of Air Max’s, from start to finish. You’ll learn sewing, lasting, cutting and more!


WHEN: Thursday March 15th – Sunday March 18th, 2018

WHERE:  7162 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood, CA, 90046

– COST: $3,000
SHOE: Air Max

SKILL LEVEL: Beginner to intermediate, no experience necessary!

– Pair of Air Max’s
– Toolkit
– All materials
– T-shirt & apron

*This class is non refundable.

*After you purchase the class we will send a confirmation email requesting sizing and including details regarding locations.

For further questions and to rsvp for class CLICK HERE and/or email

Why Caitlyn Jenner ‘Didn’t Trust’ the Kardashians with Gender Confirmation Surgery Secret

There’s one simple reason why the Kardashians found out about Caitlyn Jenner’s gender confirmation surgery when everyone else did: she didn’t trust them.

Up until last year, Kim was the only Kardashian sister who had not completely severed ties with Caitlyn, but that all changed after she found out Caitlyn had supplied her with preview copy of her autobiography which omitted a few key chapters.

Jenner opened up about her decision to keep a few secrets from the reality TV family in an interview with Piers Morgan, saying that she didn’t tell them before telling the world because she thought they could run to the press.

“They didn’t know you had actually had the surgery?” Morgan asked. “No, I didn’t tell anybody,” Jenner said. “Why? It’s none of their business.”

“Is it not the business of your very, very recently ex-wife, your kids? Are they not entitled to know before the world?” Morgan asked. “No, it’s not that big a deal,” Jenner said.

“You’re about to tell the entire world in a book,” Morgan said, to which Jenner replied, “I had to be honest. The book is about honesty.”

“You’re being honest to complete strangers who are gonna buy your book, but you’re not being honest to the people that you purported to love most,” Morgan pressed. “Are they not entitled to feel pretty pissed off?”

“Uh, no because it really wasn’t that big a deal,” Caitlyn said, getting annoyed. “I had already been living as Caitlyn for a year and a half, OK? Nobody knows anything, OK?”

Morgan continued his line of questioning until Jenner finally reveled she “didn’t want them to leak it to the press.”

“You didn’t trust them?” Morgan asked. “Of course not,” Jenner scoffed.

When Morgan asked Jenner if she had indeed given Kim an abridged version of her memoir, Jenner said, “No.” “So you sent her the entire book?” Morgan asked. “Except for the last few pages when I talked about gender confirmation,” Jenner said.

Jenner also admitted she doesn’t “talk to the Kardashians anymore.”

“The only ones I am concerned about are Kendall and Kylie,” she revealed. “They are my biological kids. I spent 23 years carting them around.”

Story via: TooFab

Bell & Ross Focuses on Absolute Transparency for the BR-X1 Skeleton Tourbillon Sapphire | #iRockParties

This past summer, Bell & Ross unveiled an automotive-inspired timepiece that paid homage to the avant-garde AeroGT concept. With the year coming to an end, the watch manufacturer serves up another impressive new creation: the BR-X1 Skeleton Tourbillon Sapphire.

Motivated to tackle the “challenge of transparency” in the most extreme sense, Bell & Ross has crafted a see-through timepiece with a sapphire case that functions almost like an X-ray machine.

With just one detailed inspection, consumers should be able to see all the moving parts of the BR-X1 Skeleton Tourbillon Sapphire and gain a better understanding of its sophisticated assembly. As Bell & Ross eloquently puts it, this watch “reduces mechanics to the essential for the splendor of translucency” and “succeeds in unveiling the secrets of time.”

Limited to only 8 models, the BR-X1 Skeleton Tourbillon Sapphire can be be viewed above.