Today's Headlines


Google's got a new headquarters in London, and High Snobiety's got pictures. What modern office is complete without turf? [High Snobiety]

Street artist Eric Haze has been invited to do some indoor work for Nike's Mercer St. location. The Olympic-themed installation features Haze's own reinterpretation of the American flag using a grid of individual monochromatic pieces. [Hypebeast]

Suits For the Cause, an online men's retailer, has partnered up with the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic, a college basketball tournament held in Brooklyn in November, and will donate 20% of every product purchased to the charity. The Coaches vs. Cancer initiative has raised $80 million so far since its 1993 inception to fight cancer. [WWD]

The first full length trailer has finally been released for Skyfall, and it's a tense two minutes and thirty seconds. The girls are hot, the stunts are big, and Daniel Craig delivers the one-liners like he was born to do it. [Huff Po]

There will be four new faces inducted into the World Retail Hall of Fame for 2012, including Lew Frankfort from Coach, Inc., and Dickson Poon of Harvey Nichols. (Glad to hear that the 'wet your pants with excitement' ad didn't hurt his chances.) [WWD]

Vincent Kartheiser, or Pete Campbell from Mad Men to all of us, is the latest subject of Mr. Porter's The Look. Check out how he looks being styled in modern garb, he sports a mustache for good measure. [Mr. Porter]

Yasiin Bey gets inside the boxing ring for Louis Vuitton's latest series of commercials, celebrating famous words spoken by Muhammed Ali. Check out both videos, one called 'Dream' and the other called 'Word', but both equally inspiring. [Complex]