Encompassing all areas of style from the rising stars, initiators, and taste-makers, The Forecast is a video content site with an international focus on the world of indie fashion. Yesterday, the site presented a feature following the aspiring men of Street Etiquette through their daily activities during the recent NYFW. Touching on their websiteâ€™s focus, future endeavors and guaranteed need for caffeine during fashion week, it is certainly exciting to watch Joshua and Travis evolve into respected taste-makers, designers, writers and before long, much, much more.
Last night I (Mega) land in Los Angeles at 1:00am coming from San Francisco and right when I land I get the text from my boy Gilbere’ Forte that he’s hitting up Greystone Manor in Hollywood. Pretty late coming into the event with the mean door girls at the spot I managed to bamboozle my way into the best party in Hollywood. My brother Jerry Lorenzo and fam throws this party every Sunday and ever since I moved to Los Angeles four years ago Jerry always showed me and my crew love when coming into his parties. Partying in other places around the country gets kinda boring after you get so spoiled with the amounts of gorgeous women, free drinks and you can’t forget about the music no city can compare when it comes to raging like we do in LA. It’s been a crazy four years living in Los Angeles and going into my fifth year it seems like … Read more
Black Scale x Ruby Red I “Trill Shit” Mix Ruby Red I is not only one of Black Scale’s San Francisco store manager but is also one of San Francisco’s favorite dj’s and part of the Hennessy team along side some of the USA’s best dj’s rocking parties all over the country. We did this mix for the release of our Trill Shit tee that released today February 18th, 2012. You can purchase the tee on the Black Scale online shop You can download the Black Scale x Ruby Red I “Trill Shit” Mix here
The Baphomet is not a masonic symbol, nor is it worshiped by freemasons. It has no traditional relation to the pentagram, nor the Goat of Mendes, nor Pan, nor the Green Man. The name seems to have first appeared in twelfth century France and its image first appeared in 1855. Then Anton Szandor LaVey and his atheistic Church of Satan adopted it in 1966. But it all starts with the Roman Catholic Inquisition and the Knights Templar. Established in 1118 by Hugh de Payen and AndrÃ© de Montbard 2, the Knights Templar â€” from September 13, 1128, properly styled Pauperes commilitis Christi et Templi Salomonis â€” are forever linked to the history of the Baphomet. But of 231 knights examined by the popeâ€™s Commissioners in Paris, only 12 admitted, under torture, to knowing anything about the icon, as against 183 who confessed that they renounced Christ and 180 who confessed to defiling the cross in various ways. The termâ€™s identification … Read more