Saturday, October 2, 2010

Itsnotyouitsme Report 34: Things to Know






Photobucket Designer Catherine Walker Passes Away: Catherine Walker, the designer best known for dressing Princess Diana, has died after a long battle with breast cancer. Walker designed over 1,000 dresses for Princess Diana including the black dress she was buried in. - via catwalkqueen.tv

Photobucket Bad Romance: Check out this roundup of “fashion’s most eligible bachelors.” That’s right, 25 available men who work in fashion, many of whom are actually straight. Take your pick! But be careful girls–some of these guys are likely bachelors for a reason. Just sayin’. - via refinery29.com

Photobucket Chris Noth On The Death Of SATC: Chris Noth thinks Sex and The City could’ve had a less tragic death. According to Noth, not only is the franchise dead, but the media is responsible for killing it. “The press killed it. Your [New York Magazine] magazine f***ing killed it. It’s like all the critics got together and said, ‘This franchise must die.’ Because they all had the exact same review. It’s like they didn’t see the movie. Got any more gum?” - via fashionindie.com

Photobucket Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell At Odds: Last week, Naomi and Dolce & Gabbana threw a party to celebrate Campbell’s 25 years in the modeling industry. Noticeably absent from the party was Kate Moss. The model was down the street at the Longchamp party. According to an insider, Naomi is upset at Kate for being rude to some guests at a charity function Naomi threw earlier this year. - via dailymail.co.uk

Photobucket The Emergency Bra: No, the bra does not defy gravity or work as a flotation device. This bra can actually, apparently, save your life by turning into a pair of protective face masks. If you’re completely paranoid about terrorist attacks and the like and carrying around a face mask is just too much of a hassle, why not wear two of them on your boobs? Every day? The bras only come in B and C cups, so, if you’re smaller than a B or larger than a C, which many people are, you are going to die. - via tonic.com

Photobucket Giorgio Armani X Lady Gaga: Reportedly, Armani and Lady Gaga have inked some sort of multimillion dollar deal that will involve Armani making costumes for Gaga’s upcoming tour. - via vogue.co.uk

Photobucket The Adventures of Karl and Courtney: This short animated film hilariously and brilliantly depicts Courtney Love’s “style evolution.” Love commissioned filmmaker Michael Mouris to make the film, which includes cameos by Karl Lagerfeld, André Leon Talley and a magically gifted Birkin Bag. It’s entitled “The Dark Night of the Soul.” - via huffingtonpost.com

Photobucket New York Minute: Donna Karan (and DKNY) just relaunched their e-commerce site and it’s kind of amazing. In addition to a seamless shopping experience, there’s tons of original content including behind the scenes footage, user-generated content, the “DKNY Times,” “Donna’s Journal” and a contest where you can enter to win a $10,000 Donna Karan wardrobe. - via dkny.donnakaran.com

Photobucket Though she looked like a pro onstage, Florence was nervous when it came to interacting with her celebrity peers. She adorably recounts getting tongue tied around the likes of Drake and Nicki Minaj, and recounts how Lady Gaga asked her if she was nervous about performing. She also reveals one of the consequences of hugging Gaga at the VMAs: meat dress grease! - via buzzworthy.mtv.com

Photobucket Style.com’s Very Real Reality Show: We were right and now it’s confirmed, and with more details. Sounds like this reality show will have very little in common with The City, in a very good way. - via nydailynews.com

Photobucket Frozen in Time: Shed off the years scoop by scoop with the new anti-aging ice cream. Don’t run to the grocery store just yet. Ampere Life Science and Unilever are still researching this concept, which will hopefully be realized in about five years in the form of a new Ben & Jerry’s ice cream. Also, don’t think this means you get to eat as much ice cream as you want. It still has calories. - via allure.com

Photobucket Lorenzo Martone, Now Party of One: Lorenzo Martone, best known as Marc Jacobs ex, has given the NYT a look at his life post-Marc. He dishes on his relationship with Marc and the connections he made while they were together. - via nytimes.com

Photobucket Heidi Klum Bids Farewell to VS: After 13 years of wearing the VS Angel wings, Heidi Klum says good bye to Victoria’s Secret. With only four official angels left, and two of them pregnant, who will walk the November 10th show? Will a new angel be named? We smell a reality show. - via fashionologie.com

Friday, October 1, 2010

While Beauty Fades & Smoking Kills Animal Prints Own Immortality



Male Gigolos with grace wear leopard coats from the early nineteen seventies while smoking in the neon flashing cocktail rooms of American cities. While beauty fades and smoking kills animal prints own immortality.

"Model Anthony De La Cruz is riveting and softly sensual in this new editorial for itsnotyouitsme.org. In a vintage costume leopard coat from the 70's and parred along with other vinatge garments, stylist and writer channels a male version of Edie Sedgwick and a dusting of French actor Aiden Delon." - Photographer






Eliza Doolittle - Pack Up



British singer Eliza Doolittle brings out the soulful breeze with her single "Pack-Up". What we wouldn't give to be swinging along with Miss Doolittle in her bright than sunshine video.

Indulge Below Kiddas!

Eliza Doolittle "Pack Up" from Logan Hefflefinger on Vimeo.

Lara Stone for Vogue Paris October 2010 by Steven Klein

Capturing the seven deadly sins Vogue Paris style, Steven Klein and Carine Roitfeld deliver an intriguing and somewhat chilling spread for the October issue of the magazine. Starring cover girl Lara Stone as domineering diva alongside two male servants, the trio gets caught in a twisted love affair which ends in tragedy. - Courtesy of fashiongonerogue.com








Cover Up by Willy Vanderperre


‘Faux Semblants’ is a striking editorial in Vogue Hommes International Fall/Winter 2010-11 issue, photographed by Willy Vanderperre and styled by Panos Yiapanis. - Courtesy of Homotography.blogspot.com













Alexander Kjellevik by Omar Macchiavelli in Who’s the Teen, Who’s the Man | Exclusive



Following a film preview, Fashion Milano/Major model Alexander Kjellevik easily captivates in a photo shoot with Milan-based photographer Omar Macchiavelli. Delivering attitude in a fashionable manner, Alexander dons a modern wardrobe of statement pieces styled by Matteo Maso. / Grooming by Piero Marsiglio










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