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* Product material:
– Poster Information:
+ Premium Luster Photo Paper with high definition printing and tear resistant paper.
+ The saturation in the poster is high to increase vibrancy of colors and a spectacular finished product.
+ Fingerprint resistant.
+ High quality paper.
+ Slightly glossy finish.
– Canvas Information:
+ Hand-crafted and hand-stretched canvas on high-qlity FSC-certified real wooden frames.
+ Certified HP latex ink.
+ Sure to add character to any home setting.
+ Includes easy-to-mount wall hanger set with screws.
+ We will print your order exclusively within a few days.
+ If you are in the US, Canada or Europe, you will receive your order within 3-7 business days after printing is complete. For all other countries, please allow between 10-14 business days.
Earlier this past week, I broke down in detail the not-so-secret formula behind The Weeknd’s signature look. (Hint: it involves a lot of black.) Ever since the singer born Abel Tesfaye debuted a swanky, ’80s-inspired persona to go along with his latest smash-hit album, I’ve been looking forward to seeing as much of his new uniform as possible. And at the VMAs tonight, Tesfaye didn’t disappoint, coming correct—heavily made-up face and all—in a fit I can’t wait to see again in, like, a virtual Fortnite performance (fingers crossed?!) a few months down the line.
Sure, by now we’ve all over-analyzed this outfit one too many times, but it’s worth noting again how good it is to begin with. Everything about it works. The peak-lapel, fire engine red blazer adds the perfect amount of sleaze without veering too far into usher territory (although, heh, it wouldn’t be the first time Tesfaye showed his appreciation for Usher), and the two-tone loafers add enough visual interest to keep the whole thing from looking too tidy.