SlamXWeekly: What To Wear On Mother’s Day To Seem Respectable, Topless Madonna, And We Love Sad Kanye
The writers and editors at SlamXHype spend their whole lives on the Internet, grinding their keyboards into dust as they scour the vast reaches of the digified world to find the coolest shit around.
Some of that stuff finds it’s way onto SlamXHype’s website, others come straight here in the form of SlamXWeekly, a curated set of links to the best and most awesome stuff that the interwebs has to offer.
SlamXWeekly hits every Friday, so check out the round up below then, then check back next week for more.
Mother’s Day is this Sunday. Write that down, set a calendar alert, make sure to remember that. Your mother carried you inside her for 9 months and has been dealing with you ever since, this is her day.
Here’s our Mother’s Day coverage: SlamXStyle: Here’s What To Wear To Brunch With The Woman Who Gave Birth To You and 14 Designs To Avoid Wearing Around Your Mom This Mother’s Day (because streetwear designers love weed, boobs, and curse words).
This is the hottest 45 year old in the world.
Here’s 32 Superhero toys that are designed with more care than anything else you own. Seriously, it’s mind-blowing.
visvim just released a new FBT that’s basically a high-end quilt for your feet.
SlamXSounds: Sad Kanye is the latest in a long history of Kanye-based memes and it’s glorious. We made an almost comedically sad mix of music to match Sad Kanye’s mood. Listen to it.
SlamXReview: You know Lykke Li, right? Well, she’s dropped a new album and it’s so catchy that you might find yourself humming the melodies if your boys aren’t around to call you out on it. Read our whole review.
#ThrowbackThursday: Remember when Madonna was still hot and decided to go topless at a Jean-Paul Gaultier celebrity fashion show? this was the result.
PairXWear: Here’s the perfect outfit to wear with these bright read, super strappy new Del Toro X Erik Bjerkesjo Cross Trainers.
There was a house… uh, 18-acre mansion on Long Island, New York that sold for $147 million this week, making it the most expensive residential property ever sold/bought in the United States.
We’ve done extensive research on Instagram and it seems that every Instagram account falls into one of these 6 categories.
Apparently, Banana Graffiti is a thing.