THE editors of Vogue, once notoriously media shy, sure do seem reluctant to give up the spotlight.
Three years after the release of “The September Issue,” the behind-the-scenes documentary that made Grace Coddington a star, the magazine’s charismatic editors are back in a new documentary that will be broadcast on HBO on Dec. 6. This one, called “In Vogue: The Editor’s Eye” and directed by the team of Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato, highlights the work of the many strong-willed women who have helped create fashion images for the magazine over several decades.
Thursday, November 29, 2012
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I’m at a loss for words. And it’s all because of Yoko Ono’s new collaboration with Opening Ceremony. In the style of Seinfeld: Have you seen this? I mean have you seen this?
Ono told WWD that she originally sketched her “Fashions for Men” collection as a wedding present to late husband John Lennon in 1969. Or rather, a present to his very sexy bod:
“I was inspired to create ‘Fashions for Men’ amazed at how my man was looking so great. I felt it was a pity if we could not make clothes emphasizing his very sexy bod. So, I made this whole series with love for his hot bod and gave it to him as a wedding present. You can imagine how he went wild and fell in love with me even more.”
There are crotch-grabbing hand prints. A “chest plaque” featuring butler bells and text reading “Ring For Your Mommy Piece.” A boob-tube bra (yes, for men) with lightbulbs on the nipples. A “Butt Hoodie” featuring a print that most definitely looks more like testicles. Yes, there’s even some pants with a see-through bum patch. But perhaps the worst thing of all is that there were only 52 pieces of each design produced–a damn shame, considering it greatly reduces the odds of seeing one of them being worn by an actual person. -Fashionista.com
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
"We've been planning on working with each other on my project for two years now," he said, explaining that Spears was returning the favor after he produced her "Femme Fatale" track "Big Fat Bass."
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Monday, November 26, 2012
It was hard to find the right words to begin to pay homage to the greatest living female rock n roll artist of all-time. But in honor of the Queen of Rock n Roll who turns 73 today!, we're gonna attempt to take a look back at Tina's historical musical and style legacy.
Her voice is raw, it has a healthy power-punch that has not only with-stood the test of time but has created a unqiue genre in musique itself.
As Tina famously put it herself, she can give a concert-goer a "nice and easy" experience or they can have it "nice and rough!" Some consider her a feminist model. Which to me makes perfect sense because not only is she a champion for all women including my very own grandmother,(which thanks to her i listened to my first recording of Tina's around the age of 3) but she stands for equal rights. Who happens to look smoldering gorgeous while doing so. She talks demurely but has a fighter-like performance when simply singing. Her vocal ability is on a whole nother realm.
Sure, we have Miss Billie Holiday. We also have Janis Joplin, Cher, Joan Jett, to Madonna to the current strings of obvious admirers from Beyonce, Lady Gaga, Christina Aguilera and Karen-O. Generations before and generations to come will follow suit. Whatever she chooses to sing next, i'll be waiting with open ears.
Tina Turner may have been born "Anna Mae Bullock" in November 26 of 1939 but after a 55 year career, that includes over millions of electrifying performances and multiple mind-blowing recordings...she is and will forever be TINA TUNER! Now, allow the musique to take control and speak for itself...!
Tina Turner "Work Out Fine" medley
Tina Turner performing the tunes "I Wanna Take you Higher", "Come Together" and "Proud Mary" live at the Playboy After Dark show in 1969. Just another smokin performance from the Queen.
She speaks! In a very rare interview, Tina along with whats his name answered questions from the Soul Train Gang. Tina talks about how she and "super regular"(because that's what were worthless individuals that roam this planet) met. Episode 30 recorded in 1972.
Peforming "River Deep Mountain High".
Tina Turner & Beyonce - Live  - Proud Mary
Tom Jones & Tina Turner Singing Hot Legs.
Tom Jones Tina Turner Hot Legs
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Performance of "Get Back" (written by John Lennon & Paul Mccartney)in Chicago of 1983.
Tina turner Nutbush City 1973
Tina Turner - "Rolling down the river".