Almost always, the creative dedicated minority has made the world better. Right? So for the new issue of Schön! the faces glow with a never-ending discoveries of creative genius.
I love waking up in the morning to emails from Hervé Coutin, simply because I know I am not going to be disappointed by his great photography.
It’s not an every day thing that you get a photographer to photograph a model for her being herself, not using brands to back it up.
Burberry tweets a new photo of Rosie Huntington Whiteley via Instagram, showcasing the model on set for the new Burberry campaign. Exciting!
“The world today doesn’t make sense, so why should I paint pictures that do?”
DKNY Resort 2012 Look Book. It’s an urban chic style. Which one is your favorite?
Vogue Japan gets sharper with a new editorial featuring Snejana Onopka in labels like YSL, Lanvin and Givenchy.
Perhaps Vogue is reading Bloginity.com because for the June issue of Vogue US, is a full editorial featuring Lara Stone photographed by Patrick Demarchelier.
Suzanne Tick Inc. is pleased to announce new product introductions for NeoCon and the launch of our new Facebook page. June also marks Suzanne’s debut into the art world with her woven sculpture series entitled Salvage that will be exhibited this month at Design Miami/Basel 2011.
The June 2011 issue of Vogue Italia explores new things. One of which, plus size models in Agent Provocateur, a boudoir driven shoot by Steven Meiseil.
Coldplay originally announced the new album in December of 2009. And only now nearly two years later they are making official moves by releasing their new song ‘Every Teardrop is a Waterfall’
Today Miami-based Glam Rock Watches announces a special partnership with the Give Back Hollywood Foundation and its new Hollywood Pledge campaign. The Hollywood Pledge brings together some of the biggest names in music, fashion, sports and entertainment to Pledge their support for philanthropy. Pledge Ambassadors include Kim Kardashian, Kellan Lutz and Adrian Peterson.
We had the pleasure of meeting Freja Beha the other day and we realized that this world is so small. We also realized that time is moving so fast and that the summer is already upon us. So here’s Freja’s latest editorial ‘Sun Proof Summer’ for Vogue Japan.
His remarkable skill of controlling the fine line between commercial success and art forever captivates us and working with him gives us the inspiration that not ‘everything has been done before’, not like this, not like Paco.
You’ve read it in the title. Pivovarova is the Marshall of Vogue Paris.
It’s pretty clear that Scarlett Johansson has enough physical assets to wow audiences starring as herself. But Johnsson showed off her ability to channel classic cinema stars in a photographic homage to legends of the past shot by Tim Walker. As you can see in the photos below, Johansson donned decades-old fashion – and breathed new life into them – to show her range and beauty as Marlene Dietrich, Sarah Bernhardt, Buster Keaton and Giulietta Masina in La Strada.
It is no secret that Carrey’s comedy can be at times outrageous, borderline on the insanity, but audiences love a good roast, and Mr. Popper’s Penguins looks like the kind of Barbecue grilled fun a family can enjoy together.
You could say the ‘Green Lantern’ is a mixture between ‘Star Trek’ and ‘The Lord Of The Rings’ with the sense of a space adventure mixed with the journey of overcoming hurdles, and fighting for survival.
Following a brief run of UK dates this spring, The Antlers will be back to showcase “Burst Apart” with a full UK tour in November, commencing November 8 in Brighton and including a headline show at Koko in London, their biggest to date.
Known as the world’s top earning model, Gisele Bundchen covers the Summer issue of V Spain.
The new publication which was announced during this years RAFW by designer Kym Ellery, The Ellery Gazette premieres it’s first issue with photography by Steven Chee.
As a model, would you rather work with Testino, Inez & Vinoodh or Vogue’s Art Director? Who provides a better feedback?
Gil Scott-Heron, the man described time and again as a major influence in Beat movement of the 1970’s and the socially aware hip hop 1980’s, has died earlier this weekend at 62.