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Jada Kingdom Debuts New Motion Cover art via Republic Records for use by 360 MAGAZINE

Jada Kingdom – New Motion

Emerging as one of the summer’s hottest breakout acts, Jamaican-born singer and songwriter Jada Kingdom serves up her debut EP, New Motion, today via Money Well Spent/Republic Records.

Listen to New Motion HERE.
 
Jada’s storytelling takes center stage on the EP. For as bright as the island-inflected production may be, her lyrics prove just as bold. She opens up without fear about trauma, triumphs, love, femininity, and everything on her mind in subtle fashion, slipping these truths in between bouncy grooves and head-nodding hooks. As such, she asserts herself as a powerhouse with a microphone and a pen.

About New Motion, she commented, “My new EP New Motion reveals raw, uncut feelings – it expresses my desire to intentionally move forward always regardless of the trials & tribulations I’ve faced. It’s about never forgetting to be true to myself while also having fun and creating a safe space for people who are going through similar situations“
 
She paved the way for the project with “Last Night.” UPROXX touted it among “All The Best New R&B From This Week That You Need To Hear” and applauded it as “a sizzling and sultry number focused on her inability to remember the thrilling and excellent moments from the night before.GRM Daily noted, “Jada’s dancehall & R&B infused sound is mesmerizing,
 
New Motion also features Dickmatized.” The latter immediately incited critical applause. Brooklyn Vegan touted it among “20 New Rap and R&B Songs Out This Week” and applauded it as “a cool, chilled-out song that’s about exactly what you think it’s about.” Meanwhile, Dancehall Mag summed it up succinctly as “ultra-sexy.

Jada Kingdom brings a New Motion to the culture now!

  1. Last Night
  2. Fling It Back
  3. Dickmatized
  4. Next Time

ABOUT JADA KINGDOM
For as much as Jada Kingdom twists together dancehall, R&B, pop, and jazz, the Jamaica-born songwriter, model, and designer also merges moments of introspection, seduction, and empowerment. Born and raised in 7 Mile Bull Bay (Gold Shore Lane) on the east side of Kingston Jamaica, she resided in a two-bedroom home with her mother, brother, and sister—sharing a bed with her siblings. The family used showers outside and cooked outdoors as well. Despite “growing up in a really rough and dark place, Jada wrote poems at only eight-years-old and was inspired musically by the likes of Nina Simone, Diana King, Sade, Minnie Ripperton, and Amy Winehouse. At the age of fourteen, she left school, waitressed, promoted events, and modeled. She even launched her own swimwear line and organically built an Instagram following of millions. In 2017, she dropped her debut single “Love Situations.” By the end of the next year, she popped off internationally with “Banana” and the “Banana REMIX Challenge,” amassing 4.4 million Spotify streams and 3.5 million YouTube views. The FADER hailed her as “Jamaica’s alternative voice of pain.” During 2020, she served up the mixtape, E-Syde Queen (The Twinkle Playlist) #Snacksize, in between collaborating with everyone from YFN LucciPopcaan, and Vybz Kartel to DavidoSkillibeng, and Aluna. After amassing 20 million-plus streams and views independently and earning acclaim from The FADERRolling StoneVibe, and more, eventually, she linked up with GRAMMY® Award nominated singer, songwriter, and producer Verse Simmonds and joined forces for his single “Bedroom Bully.” The musical combo was so magical Verse brought in his partner, two time GRAMMY winner, and Jada Kingdom collaborator Akil “Fresh” King. Now together as a company by the name of “Money Well Spent” the duo are now executive producers on Jada’s forthcoming album. Landing a deal with Republic Records she is ready for her next chapter led by “Jungle.

ATLANTA × HOT WHEELS LEGENDS TOUR

The Hot Wheels Legends Tour is heading to the Peach State in search of some southern hospitality and epic custom fan cars on Saturday, June 18. From flashy exotics and lifted pickups to muscle cars and hot rods, the best of Atlanta’s eclectic car culture will be on display, along with Hot Wheels Garage of Legends life-size vehicles and limited-edition collectables available exclusively on the Hot Wheels Legends Tour.

“Atlanta is such an exciting place for automotive enthusiasts because of its diverse car culture that is unlike any other,” said Ted Wu, Vice President, Global Head of Design for Vehicles, Mattel. “We expect to see some truly original builds that represent the rich soul of the city and, hopefully, find our next Hot Wheels Legends Tour winner.”

Featuring local automotive legends and aficionados, the select panel of judges will be looking for the custom build that best showcases creativity, authenticity, and garage spirit. Judges for the Atlanta stop include: iHeartRadio’s Raceday Nation host Rob D’Amico, Morimoto brand representative and import model Bear Dellinger, host of The Bailey Show podcast Jason Bailey, S3 Magazine editor Jonathan Wooley, Caffeine and Octane founder Bruce Piefke, PowerNation TV’s Detroit Muscle hosts Tommy Boshers and Joel McMillan, along with Hot Wheels designers Brendon Vetuskey and Ralph Benitez.

The event will be held at 3250 Sardis Church Road, Buford, GA 30519.

Now in its fifth year, the Hot Wheels Legends Tour spans five continents and 15 countries, making it the largest traveling car show in the world. Each stop is a platform for custom car builders to showcase their passion projects with other automotive enthusiasts. The winner of the June 18 stop in Atlanta will move on to compete in the Global Grand Finale later this year, where the champion will have their car inducted into the Hot Wheels Garage of Legends and immortalized as an official Hot Wheels 1:64 die-cast.

Dickies, the global leader in workwear, is once again proud to join the Hot Wheels Legends Tour and celebrate the brand’s do-it-yourself personality. The Legends tour exemplifies “Built not Bought” and this falls right in line with Dickies, which is proud to be present at each of the tour stops providing Dickies wear for judges and staff. In addition, select commemorative Dickies apparel will be available to consumers at each Walmart stop with proof of Dickies purchase from inside the store.

British Celebrities Drive Iconic Jaguar Land Rover Vehicles in Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Pageant via 360 Magazine

JLR × Queen’s Jubilee

Stars from the world of entertainment, sport and music got behind the wheel to celebrate 70 years of dedicated service 

Jaguar Land Rover joined Her Majesty the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations, with 26 of its cars featuring in the stunning Platinum Jubilee Pageant on Sunday. British names Luke Evans, Jason Robinson OBE, David Gandy and Jess Hawkins were just a few of the red-carpet attendees who showed their support by getting behind the wheel of the British automaker’s most iconic vehicles. 

To further commemorate the Queen Elizabeth II’s 70 years of dedicated service, Land Rover gifted the British Red Cross a new Defender 130 to support its operations in the UK. Land Rover engineers will work with representatives from the charity, of which the Queen is a patron, to adapt the Defender 130 before it goes into service. Land Rover has supported the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies since 1954.

“We are delighted to be receiving the Defender 130 and look forward to working with the team at Land Rover to modify this over the coming months. As the longest version of this vehicle ever produced, we will be able to utilise the increased capacity to incorporate new and unique features that will better support our emergency response and ambulance support work. The vehicle’s off-road capabilities will give us the freedom to access remote areas and reach people affected by emergencies and disasters across the UK.” Chris Davies, Head of Crisis Response.

The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Pageant was a celebration of the creativity and ingenuity of the people of the UK and Commonwealth during the 70 years of her reign. Two of Her Majesty’s beloved Land Rover Defenders took part in the Pageant, along with three Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles from James Bond films, and a collection of rare Jaguar convertibles including a bespoke 1965 Series 1 E-type Roadster. The one-off renovation features a comprehensive list of enhancements carried out by the expert technicians at Jaguar Classic Works, and metallic blue paintwork inspired by the Union flag.

Chris Thorp, Chief of Staff, Jaguar Land Rover, said: “It is a true honour for our vehicles to play a part in this momentous occasion to mark Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee. As the UK’s longest reigning monarch, Head of the Commonwealth, patron of more than 600 charities as well as a mother, grandmother and great grandmother, the Queen is a remarkable role model and we are delighted to celebrate with her today.”

Other Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles of note that participated in the Pageant included the first Land Rover the world ever saw, unveiled at the 1948 Amsterdam Motor Show. 

In a celebration of Jaguar’s move towards an all-electric future, the parade also featured an F-PACE Electric Hybrid in a bespoke livery designed with drumming sensation Nandi Bushell and an all-electric I-PACE from the E-Trophy racing series.

The vibrant and colourful procession covered a 3km route taking in The Mall and Buckingham Palace, echoing the route of the Coronation 70 years ago. It featured more than 10,000 volunteers and creatives celebrating each of the Queen’s seven decades on the throne through a carnival of art, music, theatre and dance. The Jaguars and Land Rovers featured throughout the parade with notable brand fans and cultural icons aboard.

Uldouz Wallace in 360 Magazine

SPOTLIGHT: ULDOUZ

Uldouz Wallace is a native of Tehran, Iran. Her parents moved to Uppsala, Sweden, when she was five, when she was seven, she moved to Stockholm, Sweden. While travelling from Iran to Sweden, she was still able to maintain the Farsi (Persian) language as well as learn the Swedish, English and French languages fluently.

John Singleton discovered Uldouz. He recognized her talent and helped her with his own comic series Living an Uldouz Life. She was also featured on Case 39 with Renée Zellweger and Bradley Cooper as well as Good Luck Chuck with Dane Cook, and the hit show Smallville.

Uldouz has accomplished many things, such as completing her Masters in Marketing and Advertising, also a degree in Business Administration as well as an acting degree. She studied in the studios of Groundlings, John Casablanca and Richard Lawson. Uldouz is also an award-winning executive producer, director, actor and model and artist.

With 501(c)3 foundation Ra and protectamericasdaughters.com, she is currently working on amendments to the laws against the piracy/leakage of private images and videos.

Uldouz continues to expand into the entertainment world. As a matter of fact, she has a total of 10 million social media followers across networks.

For all things Uldouz go HERE.

Sophia Pippen headshot via Jessica Cohen JC-PR for use by 360 MAGAZINE

Sophia Pippen Interview

Sophia Pippen has notarized herself in the entertainment industry at the mere age of 13 years old. Having worked with the crème of the crop in the business, you’ve seen Sophia grace your television screen on ‘Dancing with the Stars Juniors‘ where she partnered with Jake Moreal and dance guru Sasha Farber.

Accumulating a mass 150,000+ followers on Instagram, Sophia has also cemented her social media presence. Like her mother, reality TV housewife Larsa Pippen, Sophia’s passion for fashion has landed her spots on the frontpages of magazines and placements walking in numerous fashion shows. Interested in pursuing more modeling ventures in the future, this 5’8 Prada-loving superstar is swiftly emerging as a Gen Z fashion icon.

As a Capricorn, Sophia possesses a unique ambition and determination to excel in all of her projects. The passion and drive that Sophia has at such a young age resembles that of her NBA legend father Scottie Pippen. Her dedication to perfecting her craft sets her apart from other influencers, models and actresses in the same age range.

360 had the opportunity to chat with Sophia regarding her involvement in the industry, and just what we can expect to see from her soon.

Q: What has it been like growing up in the constant spotlight?

A: It was difficult when I was younger but surrounding myself with friends that are in the same situation has helped me change my perspective. I like being active on social media in hopes that I’m inspiring kids my age to follow their passions.

Q: What was your biggest takeaway from DWTS Junior?

A: DWTS Junior taught me the importance of hard work and dedication. After the show, I started taking more dance lessons because of how much I fell in love with it.

Q: Tell us about your past modeling experience.

A: I started modeling a couple of months ago, I recently did a photoshoot for a clothing line, and I also did one for my jewelry line in the summer.

Q: What goals do you have with modeling?

A: My goal is to be on the cover of magazines, walk on runways, and to do campaign shoots for brands.

Q: Would you like to pursue acting further?

A: I love the art behind acting which is why I’m currently taking classes to pursue an acting career.

Q: What is a new passion or interest that you would like to pursue in the future? 

A: I want to become an entrepreneur and pursue my passion in fashion and start my own clothing line. 

Q: Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

A: I see myself modeling in the runway 10 years from now, having my own business and starting a charity.

Sophia Pippen headshot via Jessica Cohen JC-PR for use by 360 MAGAZINE

Protect Identity During Fashion Photo Editing

You may have taken a photo or two with dog ears, but Snapchat’s puppy filter is what made you look good. New York Magazine even did an article about it.

In 2015 Snapchat released its new puppy filter, and it quickly became one of the most popular additions to social media platforms.

In 2019, Russian-developed FaceApp was at the center of public controversy after the FBI reported it. The FBI investigators raised concerns about the app’s potential counterintelligence threats. In addition, according to the report, the app developer’s access to the user data was concerning. 

The most remarkable feature FaceApp users love is to see how you will look at the age of 50 or 80 from now. Additionally, users can also change their gender with just one click – without intensive surgery. 

The app, Voilà was the go-to choice for fun photos this year as people seek to turn themselves into Disney and Pixar characters. The download has increased 2.3 million times in America alone. But are the app users safe from threats of today’s digital age? Experts don’t think so.

Measure the safety of photo-editing apps

The latest advancements in AR have enabled a whole slew of photo manipulation applications like FaceTune or FlawlessMe. So we need to consider these factors when deciding whether or not to use them on our selfies.

Do I want my every detail visible? For example, apps with access to photos of individuals’ faces usually have biometric information such as facial features, speech data, and sometimes retina patterns. Thus, bad actors can use this information for identification purposes.

In addition, these apps mostly ask for approval to access contacts, location, and social media accounts. All these permissions are unnecessary when all they do is provide a way of sharing cute photos.

New research has found Voilà requires an internet connection to operate as expected. Unfortunately, this means we are giving up some privacy when using this adorable photo-sharing application without realizing it.

Should we continue using photo apps?

FaceApp was in hot water after the FBI found the app stores new photos created on the platform. They were quick to deny any nefarious activity saying that they may store updated pictures for performance and traffic reasons. More to explanation, most images last 48 hours on their servers before deletion. 

With such unclear statements, it is difficult to pinpoint where a client’s photo could really end up or even have evidence that their photos are being disposed of properly.

Lately, the company has been under fire with other controversies, including switching from the original filters, which were meant more for lightening skin tone, changing eye color, or gender than altering age due to likely demand by users who want younger selfies.

Protect guide using photo apps

Do not give up on using photo editing apps due to security risks. Instead, follow these simple protection tips to secure your identity.

1- Research more

Before downloading an app, check the authority and permissibility of the app. Numerous scams apps exist in Google’s play store and Apple’s app store today. Find out about the internet and computer security in-depth on this resource we found

2- Permissions restriction

Before you accept the app’s permission to grant access to all of your data, analyze if it is essential and makes sense to authorize them. For example, if a photo editing app wants to access your camera contacts, give them only camera permission, not contacts. 

3- Accounts deletion after use

Everyone loves adding filters to photos or animating still photographs using photo apps. However, there is no harm in using photo apps with precautions. The best strategy is to delete your account once you have fulfilled your curiosity about using an app.

Quinn Teechma via otter pr for use by 360 magazine

Quinn Teechma

Quinn Teechma, actress, photographer, and Miss Universe Canada 2022 finalist, often marvels at how social media has made our world so much larger and so much smaller at the same time.

Quinn is well aware of how large the world can be, but how small it seems when making connections with people. 

Quinn’s extensive travel, beginning in early childhood, has shaped her worldview and informed her approach to supporting the myriad of platforms championed by the Miss Universe Canada organization.

A World View from an Early Age

Quinn considers herself fortunate to have been given a chance to travel the world from the tender age of one year old. Her parents embraced learning about different cultures and set out to give their children real-world experience.

“I believe seeing and learning about other cultures has brought awareness to my perspective,” explains Quinn.

The sometimes stark reality experienced by other children worldwide stayed with Quinn. Knowing what chances others may not have, Quinn set out to work hard on her various goals and provide well for herself and her family. 

She was inspired in other ways as well, knowing that wherever her life led her, she wanted to give back.

“I will never forget walking the streets of Nepal with my father when I was 12 years old,” remembers Quinn, “I saw children sleeping in garbage piles, saw them sniffing bottles of glue. At the time, I didn’t understand the concept of getting high, but it still impacted me. It inspired me to work hard to build a platform for myself, so I could effect change on a global scale,” said Quinn.

You’ve Come a Long Way

The pageant world often attracts a bad rap, one that Quinn fully acknowledges, yet she cautions people against believing the negative talk regarding pageantry. 

“Beauty pageants have come a long way. It’s not just about being skinny and curling your hair,” she says, “These days pageants have evolved. It’s about what you stand for. What causes are important to you, what difference are you making in our society.” 

The evolution of the pageant circuit was a draw for Quinn, who was attracted to their support for various platforms that helped people in Canada and around the world. Remembering what she had learned through her childhood travels, Quinn knew she could reach a global audience for causes close to her heart through the pageant.

The Miss Universe Canada pageant elevates causes such as Operation Smile, SOS Children’s Villages, and Habitat for Humanity.

Empowering Women

Closest to Quinn’s heart are platforms that work towards empowering girls and women. 

“My true passion is helping everyday women feel like the queens they are,” Quinn says. She opened her boudoir photography studio in hopes of helping women fall back in love with themselves and their bodies. 

Much like boudoir photography helps women embrace their beauty, inside and out, Quinn feels the Miss Universe Canada organization does the same. 

“Pageants inspire millions of young girls across the universe to be better and do better,” she says. 

Actively inspiring women to actively promote positive change in the world is one of the most important aspects of the Miss Universe Canada pageant and pageants in general. Pageants often encourage women to look inward and to build self-awareness and confidence. This developed tenacity that pageants give women allows them to spread confidence to others through their various platforms.

Quinn Teechma has built a life of service and empowering her fellow women with inspiration sparked by world travels. Her worldview and experiences have led her to know herself better.

“Knowing oneself and standing tall with confidence is the most powerful tool you can have stepping into the real world.”

LA Art show via Birdman for use by 360 Magazine

Kaia Gerber × LA Art Show

The LA Art Show 2022 Opening Night premiere party was hosted by international model and actress Kaia Gerber, kicking off the Los Angeles 2022 art season. The event was held at the Los Angeles Convention Center on Wednesday, January 19 from 7-11 p.m.

Gerber, known for her love of fashion, art, and culture, was a perfect voice for the next young generation of collectors and a great supporter of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and the LA Art Show. With a passion for fostering community, whether it be her social media-based book club or lending her platform to others for the sake of education, Gerber was an exciting addition to this year’s LA Art Show. For eight years, the LA Art Show has been a strong and unwavering supporter of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital as it leads the way the world understands, treats, and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. In 2022, St. Jude continues to be the beneficiary, with 15% of all ticket proceeds going towards its lifesaving mission: Finding cures. Saving children.

In addition to food, beverages, and art, opening night attendees were given a special sneak peek of the LA Art Show’s exciting new programming. As opening night guests navigated the fair, they discovered some of the latest trends in art, experienced new technology, and participated in discussions about the ecological state of our world. The LA Art Show returns to the Los Angeles Convention Center from January 19-23, safely uniting the contemporary art community. As the city—and the West Coast’s—largest art fair, and one of the most diversely programmed in the world, the LA Art Show features a comprehensive lineup of local and international exhibitors ranging from traditional contemporary and modern art to digital art and more!

About Kaia Gerber

Kaia Gerber is a muse to many. She made her debut for the Young Versace ad campaign at the age of ten. Since then, she has worked with the likes of Chanel, Marc Jacobs, Isabel Marant, Loewe, Saint Laurent, Miu Miu, Versace, and countless other luxury brands. Having graced numerous international and US magazine covers, as well as being honored with the Daily Front Row’s 2017 Breakout Model of the year and the 2018 Model of the Year at the British Fashion Awards, she has established herself in the new generation of fashion icons. Kaia has swiftly made her mark, working with celebrated photographers like Steven Meisel, Inez & Vinoodh, Craig McDean, Mikael Jansson, and David Sims. She has been the face of campaigns for Marc Jacob’s Beauty and the brand’s Daisy fragrance since 2016 and has been a brand ambassador for OMEGA as of 2017. In 2018 Gerber became the face of YSL Beauté and partnered with the late Karl Lagerfeld to create the Kaia x Karl collection which combined Lagerfeld’s iconic Parisian chic with Kaia’s laid-back California style.

About the LA Art Show

The LA Art Show creates one of the largest international art fairs in the United States, providing an exciting, immersive, insider art experience to sponsors, their select guests, and VIP clients. The show attracts an elite roster of national and international galleries, acclaimed artists, highly regarded curators, architects, design professionals, along with discerning collectors. This innovative, exceptional cultural environment attracts executives and board members of Southern California businesses, state, county, and municipal government representatives, as well as leaders of the region’s cultural institutions. Attendees are trendsetters, influencers, and alpha consumers, who seek and demand the newest and the best in all areas of their lives—art, design, food, technology, and travel being specific passion points.

James Gilbert Morgan Motor Co for use by 360 MAGAZINE

MORGAN PLUS FOUR LM62

The Morgan Motor Company recently revealed the launch of the Plus Four LM62. This revamped version of the traditional Morgan Plus Four consists of only 62 examples and pays homage to the Morgan Plus 4 SuperSports – aka TOK 258 – that won the 2.0-litre class at the 1962 24 Hours of Le Mans.

The original TOK 258 was designed in a dark green color, in contrast to the trendy red shade that was showcased on Morgan vehicles during that time. The Plus Four LM62 combines the use of both timeless colors. Featuring a Heritage White hardtop, this color is available as a first for the model. Continuing to reference the commemorative Morgan is an LM62 graphics pack with roundels of the number ’29,’ and an LM62 rear badge, silver wire wheels, a Le Mans-inspired fuel filler cap and an arched back panel.

The interior of the model comes embellished with an LM62 metal plaque that highlights the car’s distinctive and rare structure. Another exquisite feature of the model stages an LM62 laser-stamped black saddle-leather door pulls and headrests stitched with the same LM62 graphic. Heated black leather Comfort Plus seats come adorned with horizontal pleating, perforated seat centers and matching stitch color, finishing off with leather wrapped seat backs.

If clients are interested in additional alterations to a Plus Four LM62, there is availability to include a soft-top hood, LM62 photographic build record and an LM62 accessory pack showcasing two-eared wheel spinners, a Moto-lisa steering wheel, headlight tape and a chrome interior rear-view mirror.

The Chairman and CEO of Morgan Motor Company Steve Morris spoke on the model, stating, “The 1962 Le Mans class-winning Morgan Plus 4 holds a special place in the hearts of Morgan enthusiasts, employees and owners around the world. It marked one of Morgan’s greatest motorsport achievements, the car covering more than 2,200 miles at an average running speed of almost 94mph, and triumphing – like David vs Goliath – over our bigger, and better funded, rivals of the time.

“With the Morgan Plus Four LM62, we pay homage to this famous vehicle and incredible moment in time, 60 years on. Limited to just 62 individually numbered examples, the bespoke touches and enhanced level of standard specification make these cars an enticing proposition for customers wanting a piece of Morgan history.”

Available now from Morgan Dealers worldwide, the Plus Four LM62 is offered in left- or right-hand drive, with the option of manual or automatic transmission. In the UK, it prices from £78,995. For pricing in other regions, check with your local Dealer.

Dinner Photo via Zach Witford for BFA for use by 360 Magazine

Fai Khadra x Oliver Peoples

To celebrate their newly launched collaboration, Fai Khadra and Oliver Peoples‘ CEO, Rocco Basilico, hosted an intimate dinner on a helipad in Los Angeles, at 6100 Wilshire Blvd. Designed by Fai Khadra, guests sat under a helium light balloon, on a custom style harkness table.

Among the attendees were: The Weeknd, Kendall Jenner, Hailey Bieber, Luka Sabbat, Kendall Visser, Steve Lacey, Simi & Haze, Zack Bia, Pedro Cavaliere, Jasmine Daniels, Syd Tha Kyd, Travis Bennett, Christina Nadin, Charlotte Day Wilson, and Gabriella Karefa Johnson, among others.

Oliver Peoples and Fai Khadra collaborated to launch an exclusive range of sunglasses that fuses the design aesthetics of Oliver Peoples with the influential mindset of Fai. Fai Khadra is a multidisciplinary creative who has built a strong profile in the design world, captivating an audience of musicians, luxury brands, and galleries across the globe. His cultural relevance and innovative perspective bring an impactful, avant-garde point of view to the collaboration.

The event was creatively directed by Fai. He conceptualized every element of the evening from the custom-built layout, from the original table and bar set-up to the several course menu. Overall, Fai Khadra’s goal was to create a holistic aesthetic designed for his peers.

“We are thrilled to collaborate with Fai Khadra. Fai will become a leader in the creative space of design and brought a clear vision to the collaboration. As a brand, Oliver Peoples has always been defined by vintage-inspired details made for the modern wearer. Fai’s innovative creative direction aligned with our aesthetic seamlessly,” said Rocco Basilico (CEO).

About Oliver Peoples

Oliver Peoples was founded in 1987 with the opening of its first boutique on the iconic Sunset Strip. The frames were inspired by an estate collection of vintage American made eyewear purchased by the Founders of the brand in the late 1980s. This vintage aesthetic, along with the unique culture of Los Angeles, elements of fashion, film, art, music, and the Southern California lifestyle, remains at the core of the brand’s DNA and serves as inspiration for designs with global appeal. Oliver Peoples eyewear is hand-crafted of the finest quality materials, with a focus on exclusive product details and superior lens technology.