Saturday, October 17, 2009

Taken by Trees

'My Boys' (Animal Collective Cover)

They're going in for the kill



Christian Lacroix and Elly Jackson of La Roux together in a story in Les Inrockuptibles.



The Last Airbender

The adventures of the successor to a long line of Avatars who must put aside his irresponsible ways to save the world.


15x15 by François Nars



NARS cosmetics celebrates its 15th anniversary with a special photography book by François Nars, the creative director and founder of the company. According to WWD, François did both the makeup and photography in the book “15x15,” which will be out in mid-November for 30 days only at a dedicated site.




The book features portraits of people like Marc Jacobs, Naomi Campbell, Amanda Lepore, Daphne Guinness, and more.


Relator

Here is a video of Pete and Scarlett performing "Relator" from their duets album Break Up. This tune always makes me feel very very happy.



Garment District

On Monday night at 9 pm (EST), HBO will debut the documentary Schmatta: Rags to Riches to Rags that takes a look at the history of New York’s Garment District.


Clog Attack!

After Chanel’s runway show debuted this questionable resurgence of the clog...the real question is, would you rock the clog???

Friday, October 16, 2009

CROWN ME AS YOUR RULER...

CAUSE I AM WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE !!!
LET THE WILD RUMPUS START...'Where the Wild Things Are' officially howls into theaters today! Oh how i've been waiting far too long but now the wait is over :D



Thursday, October 15, 2009

The Players by Greg Gex in 160g Magazine




'Here I bring you the striking editorial ‘The Players’ by French photographer Greg Gex.'






'The editorial features models Francisco Lachowski and Charles Broustet, with hair by Jérôme Cultrera and makeup by Carole Colombani. Guys in sports gear seems to be the hottest thing these days.'





Courtesy of: Homotography

Get your Marc Jacobs!

I own a T myself.
A fit cause.
Intelligent words.

Aren't we as Americans(whatever that means) suppose to learn from our previous mistakes made in history..? A horrid reality that should've already been resolved sometime ago. It'll only cost you an Andrew Jackson! Come on Kiddas.



SHE 'DID IT AGAIN' !

Shakira performed her new single 'Did it again' thee other night on
Dancing with the Stars. Melodically the song takes an experimental approach to it. Strangely seductive, influences that seem to pull from all over the globe as the Colombian singer purrs and moans and you can clearly tell how much fun Shakira had recording this new album based on the first two singles alone. I have no idea how this album will be sold to the American public, if it even will, but it’s certainly worth my time.

Look, the tune is astounding. She’s keeping things interesting. And those are two key ingredients you should have as an artist, and what I respect...



Extreme Beauty in Vogue, Photography Book




'Extreme Beauty in Vogue is a new photography book, released October 13, that celebrates the different faces and aspects of beauty through iconic images that have been featured on the pages of American Vogue during the past 75 years.'





'The book is the result of a recent exhibition in Milan by Dolce & Gabbana celebrating the launch of their debut makeup collection. The exhibit was created and curated by American Vogue with design and art direction by Jean Nouvel. It featured the photography of the likes of Bruce Weber, Steven Klein, Steven Meisel, Herb Ritts, Annie Leibovitz, Richard Avedon, Helmut Newton, Ellen Von Unwerth, and many more...' - Homotography


Bob Dylan

When people think about Bob Dylan, the image of him that immediately comes up their minds is that of him with messed up hair and wearing wayfares.

Like fashion, personal style evolves, and the "look" we're donning today can be different tomorrow. Here is a 60s image of Bob Dylan and his wife walking around an aiport.

Dylan's hair seems more styled, he's wearing aviators and instead of a simple jacket, he's wearing a belted double breasted leather jacket. With some white trousers, no socks, and black shoes. Just saucy!

Iit can't be denied that Bob Dylan will always be considered as a fashion icon, and of course, a legendary musician.

Model Play

90s Edition: Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, & Christy Turlington.
Watch as the lovely ladies dance around, hop on each others backs and and accidentally break their set!



Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Dear Mister President.

Lady Gaga Speaks At Gay Rights Rally In Washington, DC.
And it is said, by the lady herself, that this is the 'most important moment of her career.'




ARE YOU LISTENING!!!!!




Cynthia Nixon also spoke at the rally.

When Sir Lagerfeld Speaks...

We should listen...well in some cases that is. Here's Karl on why some individuals are calling for a ban on "size zero" models:

"No one wants to see curvy women. You've got fat mothers with their bags of chips sitting in front of the television and saying thin models are ugly. Fashion is about dreams and illusions."

Well, I did only say 'in some cases'!

Another Camouflage Man by Norbert Schoerner




In addition to the Robert Pattinson cover story by Hedi Slimane, the new Fall/Winter 09.10 issue of AnOther Man magazine features a fantastic editorial by Norbert Schoerner & Nicola Formichetti. The breathtaking editorial features a camouflage theme and luscious scenery.





The featured models are Adam Bates, Cory Osborne, Chris Darrow, London Westrom & Ryan Smith.




Courtesy of: Homotography

Madonna Looks Back on November's Rolling Stone

Bruno Pieters Spring/Summer 2010






Each and every look of sheer beauty. So poignant and precise. Not leaving a doubt about Bruno Pieter's defined aesthtetics and capabilities. A true minimalist. Courtesy of: Lynn & Horst

Oh, Amy, Momma Said...

Last night, Amy Winehouse sang back-up to her 13-year-old goddaughter Dionne Bromfield on the 'Strictly Come Dancing show'. While folks are stating that Amy seem somewhat intoxicated and was a complete wreck, because she didn't know certain moves(though safe to say that choreography & Amy have never gone hand n hand). But we are talking about Amy here, so besides the mis-steps & whatnot, she didn't bite anyone nor did she shout any profanity...so to me the performance appears like it went smooth sailing(in Amy's case)



Suri on display in the window

How Much Is That Suri In The Window??? Will someone please save her! LOL

Oh, i'm only kidding...but is she???
Hmmmm.

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

I Feel Rain

Ill be back tomorrow kiddas!
Have a good one, ehh

-Love Wildly

Monday, October 12, 2009

REGINA SPEKTOR LIVE ON 'SNL'

My wifey, Regina Spektor, performed "Eet" on SNL this past Saturday. Seeming somewhat nervous at moments,she managed(as always) to keep in tune and show why she is one of the greatest singer-songwriter-pianist of this generation.




And here is Regina's second and final performance of the evening...'Calculation'


Tim Soar Spring/Summer 2010





I'd dig a leather T.
I'd dig silver pants.
I'd dig snakeskin.
Just not in the same fit as the images above,
'So many things to feel desire for.
Fashion is a deadly sin.'

Lady Gaga by Hedi Slimane :: The Fame Monster Covers



Here are two new images of Lady Gaga taken by Hedi Slimane for The Fame Monster, Lady Gaga’s re-release of her debut album. The Fame Monster is out on November 24 with 8 new songs, including new single Bad Romance.


Bankruptcy, Never Nice!

"Two days after Nicole Phelps’ positive and curious review of Yohji Yamamoto’s spring collection, the house has filed for bankruptcy.

She wondered whether or not the designer was scaling back; he invited less people, kept the clothes commercial and put all of his avant-garde might into the hair and makeup instead of the pieces that need to sell in stores. Today it turns out she was right to worry.

Though the company’s debts total $67 million, Japan has a specific corporate rehabilitation law that’ll allow the company to continue functioning, and Yohji to continue designing, while dealing with the bankruptcy proceedings.

In other, much, much happier bankruptcy news, it sounds like Lacroix’s been rescued. Sheikh Al Hassan bin Ali Al-Nuami, the nephew of the emir of Ajman, presented his offer, which makes Lacroix a minority shareholder, to Paris’ commercial court and is expected to be a success. The court makes their final decision at the end of the month.

Fingers crossed Yamamoto gets a similar happy ending."

Courtesy of: Fashionistas

Yes, lets hope so! ::Keep Fingers Crossed::

Fashion Week in Paris

Uniform Print Edition???


He's Not Kidding !!!

According to Shepherd Smith, you won't live after eating a Kristy Kreme cheeseburger.
Shep couldn't believe that such evil could exist on this planet. He thinks that eating one of these things is like getting "in a car chase and running out and acting like you're gonna shoot somebody and then a cop would kill you.”

Sheesh...! That's just down-right wrong, in so many ways.


Sunday, October 11, 2009

The XX

You may find the blending of their voices to be hauntingly beautiful...
I Do.


How To Become Happy With Andrey Ivanov & Joe Lally





Photograher Joe Lally has some tips on ‘How To Become Happy’ in ‘The Boys Power Issue’ of U_Mag. The beautiful Andrey Ivanov [Wilhelmina] shows us that we can be happy by eating lots of sweets and candy, and then working out to burn the calories.
Hmm...a lesson ive been quite accustomed to for sometime now. It is true, it is true!






Sadly, It's true

Courtesy of: Fashionistas

"Dear Los Angeles,

You know I love you. I do. I miss living in your sunny confines sometimes, though my heart has always resided firmly in New York.

But, seriously, you’ve got to stop trying to make Fashion Week happen. It’s not going to happen. We’ve questioned your motives on this front before and we won’t stop until you wise up.

To be honest, I thought we were done with this mess when IMG and the Factor brothers finally dissolved that poorly attended (and mouthful to say) Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at Smashbox Studios. I was wrong, and here’s the schedule. I know, it’s simply blowing your mind, right?

Here’s the thing: I know that Los Angeles has something to contribute to fashion. But this isn’t the way to do it. The big names designing from the west coast aren’t even involved and I haven’t heard of a single editor making the trip. If people are cutting down on the number of senior staffers they send to Europe, do you really think they’re making extra room in the budget for this? And any good celebrity publicist in town has long since told his/her clients to stay away from the event due to the reputation it has earned. I mean, would you want your A or even B-list actress plopped down next to Jenna Jameson in the front row? I think not.

Granted, things are new this year, from the venues to the organizers, but I will never think this is a good idea. You tried. For Years. Stop.

I say, stick to having a fabulous market week, where as a in-house publicist for an LA designer, I did have lots of market editors from NYC into the showroom. And your buyers all come in that week too. Heck, if you have the funds throw a chic dinner party at the Chateau or Il Sole while they’re all in town. Invite your celeb and stylist friends and garner some good press.

Because all this money being spent on an event that actually lowers your cred just doesn’t make any sense to me. And I truly say this with love.

That is all for now."

Dear Los Angeles,

You know I love you. I do. I miss living in your sunny confines sometimes, though my heart has always resided firmly in New York.

But, seriously, you’ve got to stop trying to make Fashion Week happen. It’s not going to happen. We’ve questioned your motives on this front before and we won’t stop until you wise up.

To be honest, I thought we were done with this mess when IMG and the Factor brothers finally dissolved that poorly attended (and mouthful to say) Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at Smashbox Studios. I was wrong, and here’s the schedule. I know, it’s simply blowing your mind, right?

Here’s the thing: I know that Los Angeles has something to contribute to fashion. But this isn’t the way to do it. The big names designing from the west coast aren’t even involved and I haven’t heard of a single editor making the trip. If people are cutting down on the number of senior staffers they send to Europe, do you really think they’re making extra room in the budget for this? And any good celebrity publicist in town has long since told his/her clients to stay away from the event due to the reputation it has earned. I mean, would you want your A or even B-list actress plopped down next to Jenna Jameson in the front row? I think not.

Granted, things are new this year, from the venues to the organizers, but I will never think this is a good idea. You tried. For Years. Stop.

I say, stick to having a fabulous market week, where as a in-house publicist for an LA designer, I did have lots of market editors from NYC into the showroom. And your buyers all come in that week too. Heck, if you have the funds throw a chic dinner party at the Chateau or Il Sole while they’re all in town. Invite your celeb and stylist friends and garner some good press.

Because all this money being spent on an event that actually lowers your cred just doesn’t make any sense to me. And I truly say this with love.

That is all for now.

Whoahh !!!!

This battle over a bus seat on San Francisco's Muni was captured on a kidda's cell phone. Apparently, the two ladies were fighting over a seat when things got real!

Check it out for yourself


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