Baltimore bred, LA based singer, Kayla Ashlee is a fresh voice breaking into the scene. Last year, she unveiled her EP, “Love Lessons.” And this year, she’s ready to show us more of what she has to offer, musically. On the set for her recent video shoot for her new single F.W.Y.T, we came through with a few pieces from our Spectrum Collection.
The Spectrum Collection features vibrant pieces comprised of colorful VVS Diamond Simulates - including magenta, amethyst, and royal blue - with a 14K Gold finish. The Collection showcases the diverse range of styles of the new highly desired multi-color tennis chain trend.
For his 5th birthday, Future threw a birthday party for his son - inspired by DC Comics’ “The Flash” - by renting out an indoor race track complete with go-karts. Future’s mother was also in attendance and took some photos with her grandson. To top off the party, Future gifted Baby Future with his own Rolex watch!
While Ciara wasn’t present for Future-hosted birthday party for their son, she did throw Baby Future another party with stepfather, Russell Wilson. This, too, was a superhero theme party complete with rides, laster tag and yes, go-karts.
Two birthday parties, and a fresh Rollie at 5 years old? Not bad, kid.
We’re California Dreaming as we gear up for the Summer. And so is Diamond Supply and Puma! The two fashion giants have joined forces for a special Summer collection. Inspired by California’s beaches, and laid back vibes, the third collaboration between the two incorporates pastel-hued pieces and a tennis sneaker.
For Diamond Supply and PUMA, this Summer is going to be filled with hues of grey, blue, black and white - utilizing materials such as suede and leather for their tennis shoe. And premium fabrics for their Summer-ready outwear and reasonless tees. Check out some of the pieces that’ll hit both brands’ websites on May 18th below!
And speaking of diamonds, complete your Summer outfits with authentic pieces from our Diamond Collection - whether you're looking for a casual accessory for a Summer's day out, or a bolder piece for evening festivities.
Bow Wow made a recent appearance on Real 92.3 LA’s Big Boy’s Neighborhood, where he opened up about his mental health, fame, and more. In his interview, which was also recorded on video, the rapper was spotted in the gold King Ice x Death Row chain! The 14K Gold Iced out necklace is an exclusive release and official collaboration with Death Row Records.
Bow Wow takes the time to announce his forthcoming album titled, “EDICIUS,” which is “suicide” spelled backward. He reveals the inspiration for the title in a Tweet:
Decided to name my album “EDICIUS” its SUICIDE backwards... the meaning means ... To bring yourself back from something .The name represents relentlessness,coming back for more even after death. Left the old me and woke up a NEW ME.
There’s no denying that, especially when it’s the middle of Summer, the sun is beaming down on your face, and it feels like the whole world is looking at you. Whether you’re rocking a pair to look like a star walking down Hollywood Blvd, or you just need a dope essential to subtly hype your fit, a pair of shades is a fundamental necessity.
This season, King Ice unveils the Spring 2019 Shades collection - a complimentary piece to match your jewelry and outfits. Casual, or dressed up, our Greek Key Shades with Glossy Black Frame, is a must-have. We’ve styled our one-of-a-kind shades with gold detailing and tinted polarized lenses (available in black, blue, and red). Additionally, we’ve chosen to go with large set lenses and frames for a more modern look that will complete any look.
In hip-hop culture, designer frames is just as important as a nice watch, or a nice pair of shoes when you’re trying to make a fashion statement. Let’s take a look at how sunglasses have evolved over the years.
In the late 80's, large clear frames was the style! DJ "Jazzy" Jeff and the "Fresh Prince of Bel Air" Will Smith.
In the 1990's, smaller frames defined by pitch black lenses, was the wave - You had to keep a fresh pair of all "Black Locs" as seen here on the late Eazy-E, Notorious B.I.G., and Puff Daddy.
Circa '05: Lil Kim colored sunglasses on the GRAMMY's red carpet.
Circa '08 Kanye West "Shutter Shades"
Circa '10 Lil Wayne and Birdman were known for having a fresh pair of "Stunna Shades"
In the 2000 - 2010 era, guys like 'Ye, Wayne, and others introduced a whole new vibe with sunglasses - they were iconic and truly expressed culture.
As the fashion trends got bolder, so did the sunglasses. Oversized frames bedazzled with gems, took over - as seen here on Rihanna.
Today, artist like the Migo's, 21 Savage, Lil Pump, Lil Wayne, Uzi Vert, Kodak Black, T.I., and others continue to push the trend forward but none more forward than King Ice.
As you can see, regardless of how they've evolved throughout the years, sunglasses remain an integral part of fashion, and culture. Drawing inspiration from Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road,” we spotlight our latest Men’s Designer Shades in our latest video with former NBA star Larry Drew Jr. Watch below.