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The Full-Court Press
We’re only two months into 2013, but this is officially Beyonce’s biggest year. It’s been a PR firestorm, with her performance at the Super Bowl, an HBO documentary, March’s cover of Vogue, a Pepsi contract, and even this precious cover for The Gentlewoman (seen above). All eyes are on you, Queen Bey. Seriously.
(Photo courtesy of @naomiaccardi via Instagram. Text by Jenny Bahn)

The Full-Court Press

We’re only two months into 2013, but this is officially Beyonce’s biggest year. It’s been a PR firestorm, with her performance at the Super Bowl, an HBO documentary, March’s cover of Vogue, a Pepsi contract, and even this precious cover for The Gentlewoman (seen above). All eyes are on you, Queen Bey. Seriously.

(Photo courtesy of @naomiaccardi via Instagram. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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Graphic We Love: Brian Lichtenberg 

LA-based designer Brian Lichtenberg is getting major press with his series of fashion-inspired graphics. He riffs on everyone from Hermes (Homies: South Central sweatshirt) to the sort of completely amazing skull-and-bones cut-out of Grace Jones (aka Grace Bones). To get in on the action, visit his online store.

(Photos courtesy of @brianlichtenberg via Instagram. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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Beyonce’s Superbowl Shoes

Last night Beyonce killed it at Superbowl 2013 with her black leather Rubin Singer designed outfit. Python and leather… who would have thunk? Touchdown. She topped it off with Proenza Schouler booties similar to these seen above (her Proenza booties are not released yet). 

(Photo: Beyonce courtesy of I Am Beyonce. Shoes courtesy of Zappos)

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Round Two
Following Aretha Franklin’s performance for President Obama’s first inauguration, Beyonce held it down for round two. It seems fitting, given that Beyonce sang Etta James’s “At Last” for the President and the First Lady four years ago, at the Neighborhood Ball in 2009, where the the two had their first dance. To have been upgraded to sing the “Star Spangled Banner” for the main event seems perfectly fitting. We can’t imagine anyone else having done a better job. To watch Beyonce’s performance online, as well as highlights from the big day, click here.
(Photo courtesy of Getty Images. Text by Jenny Bahn)

Round Two

Following Aretha Franklin’s performance for President Obama’s first inauguration, Beyonce held it down for round two. It seems fitting, given that Beyonce sang Etta James’s “At Last” for the President and the First Lady four years ago, at the Neighborhood Ball in 2009, where the the two had their first dance. To have been upgraded to sing the “Star Spangled Banner” for the main event seems perfectly fitting. We can’t imagine anyone else having done a better job. To watch Beyonce’s performance online, as well as highlights from the big day, click here.

(Photo courtesy of Getty Images. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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Jay & B’s Visit to The Cuban Cafe

As a follow up to our lunch at Art Basel for artist Jose Parla hosted by The Inside Source and Art Ruby, here’s a fresh snapshot of the following blow out party celebrating the Cuban project, Wrinkles of the City. Hello hip hop royalty!Co-conspirator JR pictured with Jose too. 

(Photo: 1. JR, Beyonce, Jay Z, Jose Parla 2. Jose Parla and JR. Courtesy of French Vogue. Text by Jauretsi)