Last night at Little Ways in Soho, a who’s who crowd gathered to toast to the new Sports Verified calendar—a tongue-in-cheek annual venture created byUnemployed Magazineco-founders Cecile Winckler and Sophie Tabet. The cal once more aims to take a swipe at the sports world, while injecting it with a fashion twist, because we mightn’t allgetwhat’s going on in the game but we can all appreciate the visuals of a cute uniform! Among those who joined the co-founders were (deep breath!) Dua Lipa, Jacquelyn Jablonski, Lourdes Leon, Eli Brown, Ivy Getty, Stella Maxwell, Dree Hemingway, Lucien Smith, Hanne Gaby Odiele, Soo Joo Park, Hari Nef, Bambi Northwood-Blyth, Amelia gray Hamlin, Luna Baise, Lo Bosworth, Selby Drummond, Jordan Barrett, Mazdack Rassi, Stavros Niarchos, Carlotta Kohl, Cora Emmanuel, Brianna Lance, Timo Weiland, and many, many more. Peep the issuehere!
Kicking off the new year right at Little Ways with a calendar collaboration with Jacquelyn Jablonski’sSports Verified.Thanks to all of the UNEMPLOYABLES who came out and partied with us, while Mona crushed her set.
The American model Jacquelyn Jablonski has launched a new unisex athleisure clothing brand, Sports Verified. Her goal: to poke fun at the business of sports and athletics. Juggling a bunch of luggage through New York City? That’s a sport. Fighting with your significant other on a balcony? Yep, that too. The lookbook, curated by Jablonski, puts her close friends in a variety of cheeky paparazzi-shot scenarios, straight out of an early-aughts tabloid. Jablonski hopped on the phone with Interview’s Entertainment Director Lauren Tabach-Bank to discuss her ideal Sports Verified customer, her inspiration for the line, and the undying influence of Mariah Carey. —JULIANA UKIOMOGBE