The Roundup: February 10

The Roundup: February 10

THE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS OF THE DAY, BROUGHT TO YOU THROUGH THE LENS OF V 

THE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS OF THE DAY, BROUGHT TO YOU THROUGH THE LENS OF V 

The Grammy Awards are less than a week away and the list of performers is still growing. The awards are already set to pay tribute to the late David Bowie and B.B. King, and now announced that past Grammy winners and Eagles members Don Henley, Bernie Leadon, Timothy B. Schmit, and Joe Walsh are coming together to honor founding member Glen Frey, who passed away last month, performing classic hits from Frey’s legendary career. (via Rolling Stone)

Already a huge presence in the fashion industry, wearable technology is continuing to cement its place on the runway. For their upcoming show this Sunday, Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne of Public School have teamed up with Fitbit for a line of sleek accessories sure to make as much of an impact as the clothes walking down the runway. (via WWD)

During the commercials of what is sure to be the concert of the year this Monday night, Gwen Stefani is slated to air her music video for “Make Me Like You,” but instead of showing a pre-recorded video, Stefani will be acting out and filming the video during the live broadcast, making it the first music video created on live TV. (via Billboard)

VSCO has tapped singer Aurora for their ongoing series Venue, a project that documents and exposes new music. The 19-year-old singer, who is going on a North American tour later this year, appears in a short video shot against her track “Murder Song,” from her upcoming album All My Demons Greeting Me As A Friend. (via VSCO)

Image courtesy of Amanda Hakan/VSCO 

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