Wednesday, December 11, 2013
They say an image is worth more than a thousand words. Yet making reference to this image depicts honestly what is trying to be said by this expression.
Here we have Bob Dylan taking a walk around a town's surroundings in the 60s. Appears to be winter season. Dylan is wearing an all black look, black military jacket, black shirt, black trousers(assuming so), black Wayfarers, and his signature hairstyle during this era. Looking at this photo we see a thoughtful Bob Dylan. Sometimes we all need a few minutes or hours of solitude to think and make great plans for the future.
Monday, December 9, 2013
Artpop is the third studio album by Lady Gaga. It was released on November 6, 2013 after the 27 year old artist begin its creation shortly after the launch of Born This Way album. The eclecctic and album which is the first that is not a whole conceptual peice but rather each track is a work of its own has recently just hit the number one spot in the American market and its current single "Do What You Want" featuring R. Kelly is already burning up R&B markets; a first for the mostly pop/dance singer.
Below we have presented our picks for Itsnotyouitsme Album Spin standouts from a album Gaga described as "a celebration and a poetic musical journey."
Do What You Want
Jewels N' Drugs
Created by Anthony De La Cruz at 4:25 PM
Saturday, December 7, 2013
Are you ready to Move?!
Friday, December 6, 2013
o you ever feel like some of your best work gets done right before it’s due? Same goes for the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. Sure, the team has been working their well-toned tushes off for months before the Angels hit the runway, but sometimes, it’s that last minute magic that really brings the whole thing together.
In this third and final installment of Victoria’s Secret‘s ‘Creating A Collection’ series, we see the passionate artisans behind the scenes put the finishing touches on some of the fashion show’s most memorable looks — including Lindsay Ellingson‘s architectural snow queen corset (constructed entirely via 3D printing), Karlie Kloss‘s stunning second-skin bodysuit, Adriana Lima‘s sexy embroidered Brit getup, and Constance Jablonski‘s hand-crafted feathery angel wings.
As designer Barak Stribling explains, “For someone who makes clothes, [doing the VS Fashion Show is] the ideal job, because you can make one thing — one piece of art — and then it’s out there, and it’s somebody else’s from that point on.”
Tune in to the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show Dec. 10 on CBS to see the Angels — and their custom couture lingerie creations — in action.
An anonymous female protagonist takes on a phallic army in Mrzyk & Moriceau’s erogenous epic for Jackson and His Computerband. Taking new single “G.I. Jane (Fill Me Up)” as their starting point, the French directing duo worked with a team of five animators for two months to create a chimerical world of sexual fantasy for the Warp Records-signed multi-instrumentalist.
Born Jackson Fourgeaured, the Parisian released his second album Glow in September after an eight-year gap—the long player comes complete with guest vocals from Berlin-based disco absurdist Planningtorock and singer-songwriter Mara Carlyle. “We had no brief; we showed him a storyboard and he said ‘Go,’ he let us totally free,” says Jean Francois Moriceau, one half of today’s featured creative pair whose CV includes videos for similarly outré Gallic stars Air and Sébastien Tellier. “We love Jackson’s song, so the ideas came very fast. We wanted something sex-gore-bizarre, so created this faceless girl fighting against penises that appear from everywhere.” The explosively charged narrative takes in Manga influences and the duo’s trademark pop eroticism, while also providing, as Moriceau opines, a comment on misogyny and female empowerment. “Of course you can see the power of feminism in the film,” he says. “But firstly, we want to entertain.”-nowness.com
Jackson and His Computerband: G.I. Jane (Fill Me Up) on Nowness.com
Thursday, December 5, 2013
On Monday night, Harry Styles beat out the likes of Cara Delevingne and Kate Middleton to win the British Style Award, and certain people — I like to call them “haters” — grumbled that he didn’t deserve it.
Well, those people are dead wrong.
Okay, so putting Harry Styles in a category voted on by the public isn’t exactly fair — after all, One Direction’s seemingly infinite fans really know how to come out in droves. Still, that doesn’t mean that Styles doesn’t have, well…style.
Check out the entire write up over at fashionista.com