The biopic following the story of West Coast rap pioneers NWA is said to be going into production soon.
“Marina Abramović is everywhere lately. She has emerged from what was considered an alternative section of contemporary art – Performance art – to finally occupy an untouchable position in the Pantheon of Pop.”
It’s a “Couture Event” at Pop Magazine as they’re showcasing Mick Jagger’s own – Georgia May photographed by Gillian Wearing and styled by Vanessa Reid in true Haute Couture pieces from Dior, Valentino, Bulgari and CHANEL.
The Dreams & Aspirations issue NO. #315 – in one word is brilliant. It’s editorial content and photography is featuring the great Abbey Lee Kershaw, Lara Stone, to Hedi Slimane who we absolutely admire.
“Whatever you think, you become.” Photographed by Hedi Slimane and styled by Sarah Richardson, Andy Lovelee, Alexey Galetsky and Taylor Edward.
Jared Evan and executive producer Rik Cordero present “unCOVERED,” a web series portraying Evan’s interpretations of classic cover songs.
Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson continues to expand his resume with a role in the upcoming thriller “The Frozen Ground.”
Miuccia Prada has been stricken with a discernable strain of sweetness this season. Her latest outing for Prada was laden in 1950s nostalgia and tongue-in-cheek housewifeyness, but not without its equal plays with the subversive.
After 10 years of working with both the local and international art communities from their Little Italy–based headquarters, Scott White Contemporary Art (SWCA) officially announces today that the gallery and all operations are relocating to 7655 Girard Avenue, La Jolla CA in November 2011.
A first look at the cover of T Magazine’s Fall issue featuring Lara Stone. Now who’s excited?
Something is happening at Gucci these days. For the past few seasons, it ‘s felt like no matter what the theme, Frida Giannini has to bash you over the head with it.
Internationally acclaimed makeup artist, Pat McGrath, creates a “tougher, stronger look” for Frida Giannini’s 1920’s influenced presentation featuring striking blacked out eyes and a flawless face.
After two consecutive seasons chockfull of her now signature trompe l’oeil dresses, not to mention two seasons of radical praise from the entire fashion world, Mary Katrantzou approached this third season in the spotlight with an understood concern.
It’s time to start thinking about Fall. Wardrobe should be finalized by now, but maybe you still need your Fall scents. Here are my top picks for Fall fragrance…
Although singer Rihanna has been keeping quiet about details of her upcoming sixth studio album, bits of information are being divulged as the release date approaches.
Riccardo Tisci always seems to have an animal in mind when he’s designing a collection for Givenchy. Cranes, rottweilers, panthers – they’ve all made it down this runway.
Glowing faces were clean, dewy and fresh. Cheeks were lightly bronzed, as if only slightly brushed by the rays of the sun. The only ornamentation to the eyes were two silver sequins, one for each eye, cut in half centered on the top and bottom lid like tiny sparkling moons.
The hustle of 7th Avenue is certainly different nowadays. The guys who would catcall every woman as they weaved their racks of newly finished garments around the Pontiacs and Checker cabs went the same way the cars did. Fabric delivery vans drove off and in their place are gourmet food trucks.
Diego Diaz Marin is a Spanish fashion photographer, and here we have is latest shoot, titled All Over The Reeds, which stars Spanish model Javier Olmeda
For the second issue of LoveCat Magazine, Richard Phillips shoots Lindsay Lohan for a striking black and white cover, and Andrej Pecjic stars in a Hollywood styled fashion editorial.
The heavy handcraft touch was expected, given the sensational menswear showing three months prior. All of the same experiments with geometric wood carving appliques, the weaving and braiding, the heavy beading was all here, and played just as strongly in the womenswear.
Were I Christopher Kane, I’d be terrified to follow up the ingenious collection he showed for Fall/Winter 2011 back in February. His liquid pouched dresses and handbags are the stuff collectors’ dreams are made of and they signaled a true forward-thinking stance that not many would dare to muster in a scenario as grandiose as London Fashion Week.
Yesterday evening Vivienne Westwood’s Red Label Spring- Summer 2012 catwalk show took place at the historical Smithfields Market, London.