Day: June 11, 2021

Michaela Coel Is This Week’s Best Dressed

This week, the BAFTA TV awards brought major style to the red carpet, from shocking orange to polka-dot tulle.

Helena Bonham Carter has built a fashion career of being an eccentric risk-taker, and this polka-dot tulle dress continues to play with that balance of fashion and fun. And what’s not to love about a matching tulle bag?

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Best dressed of the week. The “I May Destroy You” creator really stole the show in this backless Maximilian dress with red lip detail. We want to see more.

This navy minimal Gabriela Hearst evening-inspired look feels equally chic and timeless. The breezy wavy hair gives the look a beach-y vibe with a casual twist that really works.

This A-line Valentino dress with volume sleeves is bold and head-turning, proving her fashion confidence. And the bob haircut is the best style for this look.

Mescal continues his career mission to

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Netflix shop opens with clothing, toys, and “blood spattered” jewelry

Netflix opened their first online shop this week, powered by Shopify. They’ve teamed up with a few radical designers to release their first bits of clothing, all with inspiration from some of Netflix’s own IP. Shows like Yasuke and Eden lead the way, with collaboration and production power from the streetwear brand Hypland as well as clothing and product maker EDEN.

Below you’ll see a video showing Hypland creator Jordan Bentley describing his love for anime, creating clothing, and creating a massively successful streetwear brand. He describes how this collaboration came about, and shows what the shop will deliver in its first release wave.

The first set of items to hit the Netflix shop from Hypland were designed by designer Kristopher Kites. You’ll find a Yasuke Marine Link Necklace, a Yasuke Cuban Link Necklace, and a Yasuke Yori (Armor) collectable in the mix. The armor is one of several items

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Tesla Delivers New Model S Plaid Car to First Customers

Tesla held its Model S Plaid delivery event on Thursday, June 10.

The livestreamed gathering took place at Tesla’s manufacturing facility in Fremont, California.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk arrived on stage in typically modest fashion — by hurtling around the Fremont test track at 100-plus mph in the new all-electric Plaid (see video above). Speaking to a small but enthusiastic crowd, Musk spent the next half-hour running through the car’s plethora of features, some of them shown below.


The tri-motor, 1,020-horsepower Model S Plaid sits at the top of the Model S range and comes with a serious boost to its performance specs, including a top speed of 200 mph and an astonishingly zippy zero-to-60 time of just 1.99 seconds. In a tweet earlier this week, Musk described the Model S Plaid as the “quickest production car ever made of any kind,” adding, “Has to be felt to be

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