The Maccabees popped by the Stylist Lounge for a quick wardrobe update before heading off to this year's Love Box festival in London. If you want to get the VIP treatment, head over to the Stylist area in Topman's flagship New York store!
Launching this coming Friday, Topman's new latest trend has been photographed in all its glory just for Topman.com. We went along to the shoot (in Sketch, London no less!) with Nathan Pask and his trusty camera. Below are some exclusive pictures we took behind the scenes...
This week our fab NYC stylists have given us their take on Summer Style in the day. The temperature just hit over the 100-degree mark this week, and it has us reaching for nothing else but our best summer gear. Check out our picks below, sure to keep you (looking) cool throughout these hot summer days...
So it's still over 30 degrees, it's not getting any cooler and shade is in demand. BUT - don't just seek your nearest cold, dark refuge. TimeOut New York have supplied a list of 20 things to do in New York City to beat the heat and keep yourself thoroughly entertained at the same time. Check out our Top 3 below and don't forget to head on over to their site for all the activities!
1. Go ice-skating Yes, we wish it were December and New York had become a winter wonderland too, but you can still ice-skate at the World Ice Arena. Put some of your winter wardrobe in a bag and work on your triple axel. Flushing Meadows Corona Park, enter park from Shea Stadium–Willets Point Station overpass (718-760-9001, worldice.com). Summer public skating Mon–Thu noon–5:15pm; Fri noon–5:15pm, 7–9:50pm; Sat noon–4:45pm, 8–9:50pm; Sun noon–4:45pm. Weekdays $5, weekends $8; skate rental $5.
2. Splash around in a public pool Despite a handful of closures and a delayed opening, the city’s 54 outdoor public pools are now open until September 6. We’ve rounded up the top ten swimming pools, depending on which mood you’re in, but if you’re feeling frisky, New Yorker Julio Rivera nominated the Lasker Central Park Pool (Enter at 110th St and Lenox Ave; 212-534-7639, nycgovparks.org) for TONY’s 50 warm-weather pickup spots.
3. Pay to have a bucket of ice water dumped on you You think we’re crazy now—read on. As if you’re not hot enough already, we’re going to recommend the Platza treatment at Body by Brooklyn (275 Park Ave at Washington Ave, Clinton Hill, Brooklyn; 718-923-9400, bodybybrooklyn.com; 15mins; $44), which involves lying in a 205-degree Russian river-rock sauna and being flagellated with two wide, flat oak-leaf brooms. Your reward for this pain? Sitting with your feet in the plunge pool and having a large bucket of ice water dumped on you. It’s invigorating to say the least, and access to the spa is included in the price so you can hurl yourself in the plunge pool whenever the urge takes you.
We've just got this great range of 'Legend' tees in featuring none other than Mick Jagger and Keith Richards from The Rolling Stones. The question is, which Stone gets your vote? Get clicking below...!