Wanna know what happens when Fashion house juggernaut Prada teams up with indie/rock experimental noise group Ratatat, for their fun and bold themed ad campaign? Well, dig it for yourselves kiddas. Watch as models Tati Cotliar, Arizona Muse, Kinga Razjak, Zuzanna Bijoch, and Mariacarla Boscono shimmy and shake their sweetest dance groove for us viewers.
If you're curious and interested to investigate, which I know you always are kiddas. Cause after a year plus and numerous letters latter, i've come to understand that you precious readers and I have much of a mirror effect going on. I'm just stoked you can identify and find pleasure in my authenticity. Without further murmur, Below I've attached Ratatat's official video for the tune "Mirando".
Monday, January 31, 2011
Looks like Lenny Kravitz has some teen dream issues. Don't take a black light into that room, just saying.
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Ash Stymest and Eliza in the March 2009 issue of Dazed & Confused. The photography is by Mariano Vivanco, styling by Nicola Formichetti. Such an energy (2009)!. Courtesy of - Homotography
So how was your New Years Eve celebration? Here's how sexy model Sam Way gets down and parties, as captured by photographer Jens Schmidt (2008). Courtesy of - Homotography
Our model of the month Andres Segura was joined by Tyson Ballou, Marlon Texeira, Terron Wood and Marcus Schenkenberg in this editorial “You Better Work” in the Fall/Winter 2008 issue of Hercules magazine. The boys were photographed by Giampaolo Sgura and styled by fashion editor David Vivirido (2008). Courtesy of - Homotography
Photography doesn’t get any more homolicious than having a diva photographed with iconic fashion designers such as Karl Lagerfeld and Dolce & Gabbana. That is what this new entry in our Best of 2008 special feature is about. It’s a special photography series by Carter Smith that was printed in the recent October 2008 issue of Elle magazine where Jennifer Lopez was captured with top designers wearing their designs and, in some cases, recreating their iconic ads. The featured designers include Domenico Dolce, Stefano Gabbana, Oscar de la Renta, Diane von Furstenber, Donatella Versace, Michael Kors, Georgina Chapman, and Brian Atwood (2008). Courtesy of - Homotography
Today is American Composer, Philip Glass' Birthday. Born January 31, 1937, he is considered one of the most influential composers of the late 20th century and is widely acknowledged as a composer who has brought art musique to thee public.
Below is a favorite piece of mine entitled "Piano Piece: From The Hours"
Directed by Zoe Cassavetes. This is a complete first film series entitled, "Women’s Tales", where we watch remarkable female filmmakers with an original composition and aesthetic deliver their exploration and take on the label Miu Miu.
Taylor Momsen and The Pretty Reckless perform live On French TV's Taratata show and the teen actress and singer performed a sweetly wicked cover of Oasis’ “Wonderwall”.
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Andrés Velencoso Segura by Mariano Vivanco in Uomini, the new Dolce&Gabbana book. Courtesy of - Homotography
Saturday, January 29, 2011
MIMETIC DESIRE from JASON LAST
Nicolas Ripoll (Bananas) stars in Jason Last’s latest film made in collaboration with art director Jaime Rubiano. Styled by Jenke-Ahmed Tailly, Nicolas sports pieces from Dior Homme in a production of dramatic sorts entitled Mimetic Desire. Courtesy of - thefashionisto.com
REALLY??? - via thedailywh.at
Cunningham as Subject: The trailer for the highly-anticipated documentary about New York’s favorite street style photographer Bill Cunningham is out, featuring commentary by Anna Wintour and other fashion insiders. - via zeitgeistfilms.com
Their Lips are Sealed : German designer Patrick Mohr, known for his avant-garde styling techniques, glued his models’ mouths shut and concealed their eyebrows for his show at Berlin Fashion Week. - via stylelist.com
Ready, Set...Nope! - via cityrag.com
"New ‘Project Runway’ Spinoffs For Charity, Accessories". - via socialitelife.com
The Pope Wants You to ‘Be Yourself’ on The Internet. - via thesuperficial.com
Mrs. O Plays it Safe at the SOTU: Since the fallout from Michelle Obama’s McQueen dress that she wore to the state dinner won’t quit, she played it safe in a putty colored Rachel Roy sheath at the State of the Union last night. - via mrs-o.org
H&M Launches Plus Size With a Catch: H&M is launching a plus size collection which looks super cute. Sad that it’s only available on H&M online which only exists in Austria, Denmark, Finland, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. Boo. - via racked.com
Miuccia Prada Would Never Do Fast Fashion: More from Miuccia Prada’s extensive interview with WWD, “I have never even considered [fast fashion] and I’ve explained why. It’s because I don’t like the idea of a bad copy of what one does for the main brand. If I had an ingenious idea to do fashion that costs less but that wasn’t a bad copy of something else, with completely different criteria and ways of doing things, I would do it. Also for myself, it would be an ingenious idea. For now, what I see more or less is the bad copy. Also with clothes that cost little, you need to ask why they cost so little. Because no one ever asks themselves that.” - via wwd.com
"Cathy Horyn on the Michelle Obama “Witch Hunt”: We thought it was kinda tssk-tssk-y for the CFDA and ODLR and WWD to shame Michelle Obama for wearing a foreign designer to the China state dinner. So did Cathy Horyn. And she’s got some very valid points: “I’m afraid the C.F.D.A., while wanting to act like a family, really represents individuals with very different interests. The truth is many of its members, including its president, Diane Von Furstenberg, manufacture a significant portion of their clothes outside the United States, mainly in Asia. Why wasn’t that mentioned in the WWD articles?” She also voices concern that Mrs. O will be known only for her dresses and not her brains and the good work she’s been doing as FLOTUS. Preach, Horyn! Only why back down from the original title of your post? Horyn originally titled her post “Witch Hunt” and now it’s headlined “About that McQueen Dress". - via runway.blogs.nytimes.com
"Baptiste on Karl: Karl Lagerfeld’s muse Baptiste Giabiconi covers Dansk magazine (who did that to him!?) and opens up on his relationship with the Kaiser: “One day I went up to Karl and said: ‘Why me? What is it you see in me? Why do you only work with me?’ And he told me it’s because he sees something in me that he doesn’t see in other people, something in the way I carry myself. Karl said: ‘I see both a man and a woman in you at the same time.’” - via models.com
"Watch Adorable Male Model Lip Dub: During their down time from walking the Paris and Milan men’s shows some baby male models put together this way cute lip-dub to The Dandy Warhol‘s “Bohemian Like You.” - via racked.com
"Modern Family Star Spices up Kmart: Sofia Vergara has designed a line for Kmart that will include all the usual suspects of a celebrity collection: jeggings, miniskirts, and tight party dresses. The line hits stores this fall." - via wwd.com
"Tips From Heidi: Move over Gwyneth Paltrow, Heidi Klum has partnered with AOL to produce a lifestyle site for women where she’ll share her own advice and secrets to success". - via stylenews.peoplestylewatch.com
"Male Model Bares All for Karl Lagerfeld: In the latest issue of Interview, Baptiste Giabiconi poses for the Chanel designer in nothing but a pair of sunglasses. You’re welcome." - via interviewmagazine.com
New Facebook Feature Kiddas? Oh So You Think. - via thedailywh.at
"Tom Ford discusses giving interviews in the nude, with Interview". - via towleroad.com
Narcoleptic Animals - via cityrag.com