Today's Headlines


Levi's will be producing a trucker denim jacket collaboration with graffiti artists Andre Saraiva and Shepard Fairey, to be sold exclusively at their Paris flagship store starting tomorrow. Spontaneous trip to Paris, anyone? [WWD]

Remember that time you were so excited for a Harvey Nichols sale, or any sale, that you peed your pants? Us neither, but that was the idea behind the brand's summer sale ad campaign, accompanied with the tagline: "The Harvey Nichols Sale: Try to Contain Your Excitement." Too bad the U.K. press and certain Twitter followers didn't find it as funny as hoped. [WWD]

Full Figured Fashion Week kicks off today and just keeps expanding, complete with new events like a harbor cruise with a big-and-tall men's fashion show. [WWD]

We now have access to A$AP Rocky and Danny Brown's candid opinions about sex, drugs, and Facebook bitches vs. Twitter bitches thanks to Noisey's "Back and Forth" video interview installments. [Hypebeast]

Prefix magazine posted a list of the top 30 DJs with the highest net worth in the world. Tiesto topped the list at a whopping $65 million, and Afrojack brought up the rear at $2 million. Check out everybody else here. [Prefix]

Saturdays Surf NYC and Pilgrim Surf + Supply duke it out in The New York Times, where Jon Caramanica visits both stores and puts their surfing knowledge to the test. [NY Times]

The latest Ultrabooks are taking on the 2012 Macbook Air, and they might be winning. Laptop Mag finds seven reasons why a new Ultrabook might be a better buy. [Gizmodo]