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Latest Entries Monday, August 31st 2015

Electronic lo-fi duo AACT RRAISER officially release their new single “Northern Lights” b/w “Ghost Princess” this Fall on Manimal, followed shortly by their debut full length album TBA.

This Sunday at 11am EST, Bloginity’s own Alexander Patino will join Jay Strut and Bag Snob on an epic Google+ hangout with Paul Surridge, creative director of Z Zegna.

The ultimate full moon shot. Dean Potter walks a highline at Cathedral Peak as the sun sets and the moon rises.

With a new full-length rocktronica album scheduled for release in March 2013, new DJ music coming and an official remix of the The Doors – Waiting For The Sun, the group plans to have a very busy upcoming year.

Cushnie et Ochs cite pilgrims and the Salem witch trials as inspirations for their FW 2013 collection, but their signature provocation stayed wholly intact.

Topshop unveils their collaborative partnership with Google+ and announce that they will be streaming their Fall/Winter 2013 show live via a Google+ Hangout.

Ranging from an armored gauntlet in a First World War poster by Ludwig Hohlwein to glistening talons advertising Japanese nail polish in the 1980s, the disembodied hands in this exhibition salute, menace, manipulate, and caress.

London duo Pale are set to release their debut single “Too Much” through 37 Adventures; the second artist to come from this exciting new label.

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then you’ve just read 11,000 of them. A novella of sorts. This story has to count for more, once you see how Corrado Dalco perfectly captures the vibrant Ilaria Pozzi. It’s difficult to focus.

Gregory Parkinson pulled a quick 180, leaving his signature taste for resplendent colors back in the studio to deliver a deep and moody Fall lineup.

Dear Stranger (1998-2000) is a highly self-conscious study in photographic voyeurism.

In typical Moschino style, a juxtaposing collection went down the runway and worked beautifully. This year’s contrasting theme melded opulence with the everyday.

Fendi has offered its financial assistance to restore five fountains around the city of Rome, starting with the Trevi Fountain.

Subtlety and Versace go together like pickles and peanut butter. One doesn’t wear Versace to blend in, nor does one eat P&P for a bland sandwich.

Christopher Bailey brings back some much needed creative verve to his Burberry Prorsum men’s line.

Sending us on a Turkish adventure, Armani styled and designed dresses to be worn over pants with prints and patterns that seemed perfect for perusing a market in Istanbul.

Founded in Connecticut in 1975, Ghurka has served as a symbol of superior American leather craftsmanship for almost forty years.

Styled by Eric Waroll, edited by Daniel Haim and photographed by Hervé Coutin, this new fashion editorial contains some of the codes of Margiela: the mystery, the “factory” touch and the disguised simplicity.

old brows are usually a Springtime favorite, a touch of mild masculinity paired with glowing feminine skin is a duo that is a classic heart stopper that never goes out of style.

The Selby’s continuous journey which explores homes & studios around the world have finally paid a visit to Louboutin’s home and studio in Paris, France.

Peter Philips, Creative Director of Chanel Makeup prepped skin with Hydra Beauty Serum Hydration Protection Radiance, bringing light to the skin; “Shine is beautiful for the summer,” Lagerfeld said.

Bill Brandt: Shadow and Light is organized by Sarah Meister, Curator, with Drew Sawyer, Beaumont and Nancy Newhall Curatorial Fellow, Department of Photography.

Emporio Armani managed to create a not-so-future futuristic look Fall. Managing to strike an almost unfathomable mix of pragmatism with a hint of the future, the pieces utilize a mix of textures, sheens, and colors.

Hal Lasko, better known as Grandpa, worked as a graphic artist back when everything was done by hand. His family introduced him to the computer and Microsoft Paint long after he retired.

The highly anticipated opening of Rehs Contemporary Galleries’ exhibit, “The BIG Gamble,” was beyond imagination.