Monthly Archives: August 2010
To all of our readers:
Due to the overwhelming response and orders for our recent fashion issue, we quickly sold out, TWICE! In an effort to supply the demand of our supports who are still trying to get the issue, we are opening up the pre-order service for the THIRD printing of our most popular issue.
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your copy. Once we have enough pre-orders, we will enable the purchase option on our website and start the reprint.
Many thanks to Devin Thomas (@MrDevinThomas) and Hosea Chanchez (@hoseachanchez) for driving the popularity of this issue.
-Kenny Hibbler, Creative Director
This post is in honor of the creative genius that embodies Annie Leibovitz and the internationally beloved Disney fairytale characters.
Art has the ability to transcend cultural, racial and language barriers. So does the magic of fairytales. The magnanimous convergence of the two is so powerful it could only be created by the immensely talented Annie Leibovitz. Disney called upon the visual goddess to create the Disney Dream Portrait Series, portraying celebrities of the entertainment industry as the cherished and adored characters from Disney fairytales.
These images were initially published in 2007 but doing some research I came across one of Beyoncé as Alice in Wonderland and I had to share these with our KRAVE supports.
Just reminds me of the magic in art and fairytales. “When you wish upon a star…” and all that jazz.
*KRAVE Magazine does not own these images or credits. Ownership belongs to Annie Leibovitz and Disney. We in no way have any association with said parties and claim no representation for both Annie Leibovitz Photography and Disney*
ALL THE THINGS MEN OUGHTA KNOW THAT WE’D PROBABLY NEVER TELL YOU….
This week’s topic…..
LET’S TALK ABOUT SEX BABY! Part 1…
We don’t want to talk about sex ALL OF THE TIME…. Let alone have sex half of the time…..so the random texts or sexual outbursts can sometimes be OVERDONE….
Yes, it is ok to be “Kinky”… but there is a thin line between kinky, creepy, question(y) and downright weird….
Groping is not the new “HELLO”…. Please refrain from touching, rubbing or grabbing….. THAT’S the ultimate NO-NO
Do not read into the outfit…. Just because a female dresses a certain way to look good that doesn’t mean you have the green light to get the “good”
Being upfront and direct is respected and appreciated… i.e. do not invite a female over for a movie and get mad because she actually wants to watch the movie….
There’s a difference between being upfront and downright disrespectful; telling a female that you want to be intimate is one thing, on the other hand texting a female saying that you want to bleep bleep bleep… is another….
We really do not like when you ask whether or not it is big…. Because we will politely tell you yes… but if you must ask, clearly…. You already know. It’s just annoying…. And real talk fellas… size only plays one minor role… what you do with what you have can always compensate for what you think you lack.
There is no such thing as testing the waters when it comes to sex…. There is either safe sex or no sex at all, unless the relationship is monogamous
The oven must be warmed before you can bake the bread… FOREPLAY IS GOOD!
*Tommie D. Taylor is a high fashion/runway model based in Dallas, TX who shares her passion for journalism and discussion with KRAVE Magazine. Look for her in upcoming features on the blog and the mag! Ask Tommie whatever you’d like to know: email@example.com*
We’re always surprised and honored to see our magazine getting recognition from our peers in the publication and entertainment industry. Whether it be in print or cyber media, we truly appreciate it!
WHAT THEY ARE KRAVE-ING!
Keeps you from damaging your brain! 🙂 That is at least when you’re referencing helmets and why not don a fly and flashy home for ya dome while cruising on your Vespa or motorcycle.
The French designed head gear from Les Ateliers Ruby look more like sartorial art than protective wear. These luxury mobility accessories are designed by J. Coste and can be found at various high end motorcyle and Vespa outfitters across America as well as online via the Ruby Boutique. Check out their stylish collabs or “Programme Courte” with Eley Kishimoto, Karl Lagereld and “Sponge Bob”!