Friday, January 7, 2011

Musique Digs For You Kiddas: Part 13


You know the drill kiddas, enter the musique of my soul which makes my character who I am (Pss, continue tipping me on your favorites. I adore that you dig my playlists but I like to hear every now and than what yall are discovering and listening to as well.) Here's the latest mix of indie-rock-pop-soul (some remixed) tunes I currently have shuffling on my ipod. Indulge yourselves as always ladies and gentlemen...

Musique Digs For You Kiddas: Part 12

Band: Cold War Kids
Tune: Louder Then Ever



Band: Gypsy and the Cat
Tune: Jona Vark



Band: Wild Party
Tune: Lifes To Short



Band: White Arrows
Tune: Coming or going



Band: Rich Aucoin
Tune: Brian wilson is alive



Band: Kisses
Tune: Kisses



Band: JJ
Tune: Let Them


American Express Will Do Nicely, Thank You


Model favorite River Viiperi [Elite], along with George Watson [Premier] and Harry T. [Nevs] are our private dancers, dancing for money in the editorial ‘American Express Will Do Nicely, Thank You’ from the December 2010 Sex Issue of Attitude magazine.

The boys were photographed by Cameron McNee, styled by Frank Strachan and groomed by Adam Burrell. Check out the magazine’s blog Attitude Style. Courtesy of - Homotography










Bastien Bonizec & Thomas Legros by Sabine Villiard


Bastien Bonizec and Thomas Legros star in this wonderful floral editorial by Sabine Villiard for Prestige magazine with makeup by Jabe Vincent. Courtesy of - Homotography









Of Surrealism & Principal Life Problems


Surrealism is based on the belief in the superior reality of certain forms of previously neglected associations, in the omnipotence of dream, in the disinterested play of thought. It tends to ruin once and for all other psychic mechanisms and to substitute itself for them in solving all the principal problems of life.

Photography by Yelena Yemchuk and styling by Bryan McMahon for AnOther Man. The above text is the actual title of the editorial. It is the official Encyclopedia definition of the word Surrealism. Courtesy of - Homotography









Secret Ceremony by Steven Klein


Secret Ceremony by Steven Klein featuring Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana back in 2006. Courtesy of - Homotography










Igor Augusto by Chuando & Frey


Brazilian model Igor Augusto is photographed by Chuando & Frey and styled by Brenda Tham in ‘Body Con’ for the November 2010 issue of Singaporean Style: Men. Courtesy of - Homotography










Truman Capote Knows What A REAL Party Is!


The year was 1966 and the party to be was Truman Capote's Masked Black and White Ball at New York City's Plaza Hotel. It was held on November 28, 1966. The occasion you ask? Well If I were Truman in those days, I wouldn't need any specific reason to throw a party other than to celebrate life. But this wasn't the case, the success that Truman Capote had thanks to his hit book "In Cold Blood" was the reason for the party. It was a black and white ball affair. While all guests were asked to wear masks.

According to reports that i've read, "During the Summer of 1966 Truman Capote had to leave New York since he was getting a lot of invite requests for his Masked Ball. Some were not pleased when in the end they were not invited by Capote that they decided to pose on the cover of Esquire "complaining" about it." Gee weez, some folks really don't have any shame. Maybe if those that felt left out, weren't such wall flowers and people of quality than their invite may never have gone missing. Hmm.

Their were over 500 guests including Gianni Agnelli and his wife, Richard Avedon, Cecil Beaton, Candice Bergen, Harry Belafonte, Leonard Bernstein, Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, Mia Farrow, Frank Sinatra, Andy Warhol, Sammy Davis Jr., Marlene Dietrich, Oscar de la Renta, Gregory Peck, and Penelope Tree. Also according to findings, "The party lasted till around 3 AM, a little after Frank Sinatra and his wife then, Mia Farrow, left the Plaza."


A silent movie with Andy Warhol and Truman Capote signing and selling Interview Magazine at Fiorucci store NYC 1977.



Barbara Walters on interviewing Truman Capote.

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