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Apple iTunes Festival 2014 to include Pharrell, Maroon 5, Blondie, and more!

One thing Apple does better than anyone is throw its annual music concert called iTunes Festival. The concept is to showcase a collection performers for 30 nights, something Apple has done for some years now. The tech giant will be holding the festivities at London’s Roundhouse throughout September.

As usual, Apple comes heavy with booking the big acts. iTunes Festival 2014 lineup is flooded with notable names such as Pharrell Williams, Maroon 5, Beck, Sam Smith, Blondie, Kylie, David Guetta, 5 Seconds of Summer, Calvin Harris, Chrissie Hynde and more.

People from 100-countries will be able to stream everything on their iOS device of choice live or on-demand, including their iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. PCs are welcomed too.

Learn about all things iTunes Festival here.

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Christian Louboutin’s SS 2014 Collection looks candy delicious

Christian Louboutin has pretty much taken over as the standard for those into the insanely expensive and posh fashion design. The luxurious shoe and accessory company has dropped its SS 2014 collection — and man it’s colorful!

Of course, Christian Louboutin stays consistent with its trademark red strip, as it is found throughout all its items. The new Spring collection is unapologetically loud — in fact — it scoffs at the notion of being bashful with a design that resembles sprinkles on an ice cream cone.

The color palette is all over the place, as you can see bold reds & blue along with pastel greens and yellows spikes scattered throughout each high-heel pump, kicks or bag. You can visit the Christian Louboutin retailer if you got the urge to cop.


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LRG opens its first Japanese store

LRG recently opened its first ever store in Japan, at DiverCity Tokyo Plaza. To no surprise, the design of the store resembles the company’s notorious  nature theme. As illustrated in the photos below, shoppers can see rich dark wood, forest backdrops and tree trunks.

The company created a special Japan Lion Fighter tee  designed to pay homage to the shopping centre’s guardian animal. The Lion Fighter design honestly looks like a Decepticon — LRG did good with this one.