Saturday, November 20, 2010

Itsnotyouitsme Report 41: Things to Know









Photobucket Check out five of the best Cher songs - via younghollywood.com

Photobucket Greetings From Zac Posen: The designer has sketched a dress that looks like a Christmas tree for his very own holiday card. Buy a box–the proceeds will benefit New Yorkers For Children. - via tinyprints.com

Photobucket Brooklyn Law School Is Not Stupid: By now, we’re sure you’ve seen Diesel’s “Be Stupid” campaign. Well, Brooklyn Law School rented out their library expecting a tasteful shoot. Instead, they got pictures of young models running around in their underwear grinding against bookshelves, books, and other models. The dean is not happy. - via nypost.com

Photobucket Simon + Tommy: Simon Spurr, who designs his own eponymous label, and has worked for Yves Saint Laurent, Calvin Klein, and Ralph Lauren, has been named creative consultant of Tommy Hilfiger’s mens’ line. - via racked.com

Photobucket Are You Surprised By the Top Earning Women in Entertainment? - via popsugar.com

Photobucket "Lucky Karl: Karl Lagerfeld almost lost a diamond-encrusted brooch at Monday’s CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards, where he was the keynote speaker. It fell off his tie during the party and a very honest photographer found it and gave it to security. He told Page Six, “I saw Karl looking for it. He asked to personally thank me, and said, ‘Not many people would be so honest.’ Anna Wintour also thanked me.” She must have been very concerned." - via nypost.com

Photobucket Carine et Tom: French Vogue has a very special American guest editor for its annual holiday issue. Tom Ford was chosen by Carine Roitfeld, who has a long-standing relationship with the designer. He’ll also be on the cover with someone else. Who will it be? - via wwd.com

Photobucket Are You Surprised By the Top Earning Women in Entertainment? - via popsugar.com

Photobucket Graffiti Grows in Brooklyn - via cityrag.com

Photobucket One man’s old gum is another man’s canvas - via theberry.com

Friday, November 19, 2010

Marlon Brando Is A Wild Child At Heart



Marlon Brando portrayed Johnny Strabbler, a leader of the Black Rebels Motorcycle Club in the film, "The Wild One". Released in 1953, two years prior, I read up that Brando had made quite thee fashion splash with his "t-shirt ensembles in the 1951 cinema classic "A Streetcar Named Desire". But it's his black leather motorcycle jacket topped with jeans and a plain t-shirt that really set into a blaze his future iconic style for dandy men everywhere.

Don't forget his yummy looking hat which reminds me of a modern day police office here on the west coast. It is said that his "Triumph Thunderbird 6T motorcyle" which appears in the photo as well, inspired the like of James Dean who after watching this film, bought a similar motorcycle.




A Look At His Craft.



An interview from 1953.



A scene from one of Marlon Brando's first ever films he made and a first film for me that I had ever seen him in! "On the Waterfront".


Marlon Brando - On the Waterfront - Watch more Funny Videos

Gentle Young Men by Zeb Daemen


Zeb Daemen captures models Thomas Hoefnagels, Loammi Goetghebeur, Benjamin Geraerts, Sverre Denis, Dominik Frieg and Michiel Gysel in his short fashion film, Gentle Young Men. Courtesy of - Homotography

Paolo Anchisi by Catherine Servel


Paolo Anchisi by Catherine Servel. Courtesy of - Homotography












Tristan Knights & Mikus Lasmanis by Steeve Beckouet


Tristan Knights and Mikus Lasmanis star in this wonderful floral editorial photographed by Steeve Beckouet and styled by Francesco Cominelli for 5. Courtesy of - Homotography











James Smith is 'Le Baron' by Leon Mark


Armed with a thick fake mustache and eccentrically styled by Alexx and Anton, James Smith [Models1] stars in the quirky editorial 'Le Baron' by photographer Leon Mark from the latest Fall/Winter issue of L’Officiel Hommes Germany. Courtesy of - Homotography


















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