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Introducing the Lazy Beanie

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Noted modelizer and yoga enthusiast Adam Levine is teasing his new Kmart clothing line with a very quick behind-the-scenes video of what we're assuming is his "design process." During the meeting with Kmart's design team, Levine coins the term "lazy beanie" to describe the slouchy headgear favored by Hollywood types and actors. Then he models it. Watch and learn? [Style News Now; Previously]