Truly terrible footwear, but GODDAMN that is one fine-looking man.
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The big lug, who is set to play both Tarzan and Hercules in upcoming films, unveils his latest campaign for OP clothing and swimwear. More images at Daily Mail.
I’m finding Don’s unrelenting creepiness hard to watch this season, so I was beyond relieved when this jaunty new Oreo commercial (featuring a jingle by Owl City) debuted near the end of the episode. It’s not for everyone, I suppose. Spin magazine says “Owl City’s sickly sweet Oreo jingle may cause gag reflex.” Buzzfeed declared it the most obnoxious Oreo commercial ever. Sure, it’s a bit cloying, but I thought the animation was terrific, and I’ve been singing it all morning. I just might make it my ringtone and see if it drives everyone in the office crazy. What do you think: Love it or loathe it?
After signing a $12-million deal with Dior at the end of last year to become the new face of the fashion house’s fragrance line, Pattinson now has agreed to take an even larger sum to appear in a video for Dior’s new menswear line. The actor is said to have been really into the controversial ad campaign. “The advert is sexually explicit,” a Dior source told the UK’s Sun tabloid. “It is pushing the boundaries of what you can get away with in advertising. Robert is topless for part of it and kissing one of the models. He really gets stuck in. According to the people on set, he didn’t take much persuading to get into the role.” OK, we’re interested; they had us at Pattinson getting “stuck in.” (via dailymail)
From WWD: “As part of his role as creative director for the soda giant in 2013, Jacobs can be seen hoisting — Atlas style — a giant pop can, atop which sits Latvian model Ginta Lapina in a ’90s fashion outfit. Photographed by Stéphane Sednaoui, the ads are part of the ‘Sparkling Together for 30 Years’ campaign marking the brand’s anniversary in Europe and its latest collaboration with a fashion designer. They were to be unveiled today at an event in London, along with the three bottles Jacobs designed, each corresponding to a recent decade in fashion.”