Styled by Karen Langley, Aline Weber goes on a road trip back to the 70s.
Our editors caught up with the Wisconsin native to learn more about her creative process, the effects of her pop music on the world and how she got one-on-one time with Marilyn Manson.
A spectacular flight above the Lake Lucerne, at the heart of Switzerland, featured a gathering of the essential components of the Breitling “fleet”, with the seven L-39C Albatros planes composing the fabulous Breitling Jet Team (the world’s largest civilian aerobatics team flying on jets);
There is nothing quite like Chanel’s colors. Check out the new nail hues for Spring/Summer 2012.
Without spilling too much information about what we’re doing, both Elliott Morgan and I have collaborated on an upcoming project to produce content for Bloginity.com.
This significant project marks the arrival of a major online flagship store, where it will be possible to explore and purchase from five of the Group’s brands.
Andrew’s work is often characterized by its use of colorful and composition as well as its application of subject matter such as pop culture, nostalgia and situational humor.
Models walk the runway at Elie Saab Spring / Summer 2012 during London Fashion Week.
Michael Jackson, the King of Pop, will have a second posthumous album dedicated to his legacy that is also adapted into Cirque du Soleil brilliance.
The works of international artist, Ani Afshar, has been chosen by the Hyde Park Art Center to be showcased in 2012 through a show entitled, Woven Gardens and Shredded Shadows.
“No one wants to die. Even people who want to go to heaven don’t want to die to get there. And yet, death is the destination we all share. No one has ever escaped it, and that is how it should be, because death is very likely the single best invention of life.”
She designed it in two weeks. Actually, 13 days. From the close of her Prada show in Milan straight on through the entire course of Paris Fashion Week, Miuccia Prada designed, sealed and delivered the entire collection of her little sister brand Miu Miu.
After a dark and tight lineup for fall, Marc Jacobs and his Louis Vuitton team did a huge about-face with a sugary and light collection for spring. Jacobs, a big fan of the fashion show-in-the round model, set up an enormous carousel in the Louvre’s Cour Carree, his delicate and very lady-like models sitting side-saddle, some of them looking like picture-perfect Monet subjects with their parasols in hand.
Sonia Sieff photographs Kate Moss alongside to husband Jamie Hince in a series of intimate portraits for the new issue of Elle France.
“Under Beauty” is a collection with a soft beginning which increases little by little until something explodes, revealing that which lies beyond the “beautiful”; a universe invaded by small beings that feed on idyllic flowers and it is at this point when the prints being to co-exist with each other in an ongoing combination until the insects devour and break up the flowers and they become lost in the
nothingness of a vacuum.
The mastermind behind Lately is Nathan Broaddus, a twenty-one-year-old college student from Charlottesville, Virginia. We talked to him about why instrumental music has the power to be a unique and personal experience for each person that hears it.
Rihanna, the new face of Armani underwear, is featured in a new teaser video promoting the autumn-winter 2012 collection.
Graceland. The large white-columned mansion estate that was home to Elvis Presley in Memphis.
For the new issue of Purple Fashion magazine photographer Terry Richardson takes Lindsey Wixson around the Tri-State area with alongside to Olivier Zahm
Photographed by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, Arizona Muse shines in the new issue of Vogue Paris.
There’s nothing that can get Bloginty more excited than Lara Stone herself.
A jewel of a magazine, Schön! Magazine continues to impress in Issue 14, featuring two spectacular models, Rick “Zombie Boy” Genest in “Undercover,” and the stunning Andrej Pejic in a simple, elegant editorial titled “Allure,” shot by Christos Karantzolas.
Autumn is the season to show and be seen among the changing and sometimes fickle “who’s who” clique of current (and veteran) art stars.