It’s here! The release of music video for FourFiveSeconds is finally here, and we have to say.. We love it! Simple and fashionable, this star-studded music video features Rihanna, Kanye West, Paul McCartney, and denim! All three artists are seen rocking rad denim jackets and jeans. Rihanna states that going with the all-denim look was an artistic decision made by none other than Mr. Kanye West. “Kanye came up with the idea of just doing some real street, denim, all-American type look,” said RiRi. “Denim never goes out of style. It’s classic, it’s iconic, just like the fucking Beatles.” We completely, agree!
Don’t forget to watch the trio perform this catchy track at the 57th annual Grammy Awards on February 8th! In the meantime, you MUST check out the music video below! Tell us what you think!
Everyone loves to go a little vintage every now and then, so we decided, why not take a trip in the time capsule and make a post about it? Minty Jungle is filled with vintage-inspired styles, so we wanted to show our favorites! Click on the picture to shop your favorite style!!!
1. Paisley Print
Ahh, the classic paisley print. Not everyone can rock this style, however those that do can rock it with that hippie chic swag (did we just make up our own slang there?). We absolutely love that Woodstock vibe!
2. The Moto Jacket
Well who doesn’t love a classic moto jacket? James Dean, Elvis Presley and Johnny Depp have all rocked this old-school style! Personally speaking, everyone should own AT LEAST one of these bad boys. A fashionista like you can never have too many leather goodies!
3. Denim Overalls
Take me back to the 90’s!!!!!!!! Seriously, those were the good old days were senseless fashion was IT FASHION! Who could forget those classic denim overalls?? :D :D :D Everyone from Britney Spears to TLC to Destiny’s Child wore this style shamelessly, and I have to proudly say, a true Minty Muse would still wear one!!
4. Tie Dye
I bet you guys didn’t know this, but tie dye was not originated by hippies! It actually goes way back to roots from India and Japan. However, tie dye was brought to America during the psychedelic 60’s. This form of expression represented sexual revolution, psychedelic rock, and the Vietnam War. Now tie dye represents a classic fashion statement…. Would you wear this funky form of representation?
5. 1960’s Silhouettes
While the 60’s had a crazy revolution and crazy movements, there were still some gals out there who dressed very preppy and very polished. Gals such as Jackie Kennedy, Twiggy, and Edie Sedgewick were in the middle of that mod look. Now-a-days I would say anyone can rock this classic style!