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Archive Friday, April 27th 2018
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.
The full experience at the Jessica White second annual “Angel Wings Foundation” dinner benefiting UNICEF at Georgica, Hamptons.
When Harper’s Bazaar commissioned Txema Yeste to shoot Anna de Rijk for it’s June issue. There was only one thing in mind: major hotness.
There are three forms of visual art: Painting is art to look at, sculpture is art you can walk around, and architecture is art you can walk through.
For the summer issue of Vogue Paris, Eniko Mihalik gets bronzed up in front of Giampaolo Sgura.
Terry Richardson defines ‘Spaghetti Western’ for the June 2011 issue of Vogue Nippon. Utilizing the pretty face of Lindsay Wixson, eating Spaghetti.
The premiere issue of Virgine Magazine makes our dreams come true. Cintia Dicker, edible. Wearing a dress made entirely by M&Ms. Yummy!
‘Le Boy Chanel’, a bag full of masculine characteristics which manages to keep the heritage look of the brand.
Without a doubt, this Spring, the new Junior Ladies Collection by Frederique Constant will become the ‘It’ accessory for refined and elegant young girls around the globe!
Le Metier’s products exude class and elegance, there are certain products that help one become a better artist, this is one of the products.
‘Mirrors’ is the new single from Talking Pictures, released May 30th through Split Records.
Arturo Elena is one of Spain’s biggest kept secrets, an illustrator who has long been working away in his homeland producing the most beautifully traditional and intricate fashion drawings.
Cerebral Ballzy continues to spread the sprawling mess of 80s-hardcore and punk rock sounds with the release of their new single “Insufficient Fare”.
It is often said that, in the fashion world, everything old becomes new again. Vogue Paris seems to be taking that idea a bit too far, however, as recent photo shoots in the magazine have borne uncanny resemblance to shoots from past years. The transition from Carine Roitfeld to Emmanuelle Alt at the editor-in-chief position appears to have drained some of the creativity from Vogue Paris; critics have pointed to the magazine’s tendency to recreate past shoots as a prime indication of that fact.
Classic Giorgio Armani suiting plays a role in Terrence Malick’s highly-anticipated film, “The Tree of Life, ” which opens in the US this Friday. For the production, Giorgio Armani worked in partnership with costume designer Jacqueline West.