Friday, October 4, 2013

STEFAN ARMBRUSTER CAPTURES A SINISTER GERHARD FREIDL FOR L’OFFICIEL HOMMES GERMANY


 The Man Who Stole the Sun–An impeccable sight, Wiener model Gerhard Freidl appears in the most recent issue of L’Officiel Hommes Germany, connecting with photographer Stefan Armbruster. From Brioni and Prada to Bottega Veneta, Gerhard is dressed to impress with a tailored wardrobe styled by Götz Offergeld and Sina Braetz. / Grooming by Patrick Glatthaar. Post production by Elektronische Schönheit. Courtesy of - thefashionisto.com










MICHAEL TINTIUC EMBRACES A ROCKIN’ EDGE FOR GRAZIA

Dark & Moody–Appearing in French magazine Grazia, model Michael Tintiuc is captured in Paris with Wylie Hays by photographer David Roemer. Outfitted with fall’s trendy rock styles, Michael inspires wearing pieces from Balmain, Saint Laurent, Jitrois, Jil Sander and other brands.  Courtesy of - thefashionisto.com














Thursday, October 3, 2013

Video Premiere Rihanna - Pour It Up


When Rihanna writes a song called "Pour It Up" about strip clubs and dollar bills then you already know what the video is going to look like in your head. But thats OK, we still like it.

Check out the video below from her latest album Apologetic that leaves little to the imagination...as a side note a version of the video was originally slated to air last May but some behind the scenes drama killed the project at conception.


The official music video for "Pour It Up" was filmed in May 2013. In September 2013, the director Vincent Haycock, tweeted that he was no longer involved with the project due to “creative differences”, Rihanna later replied to him by stating: “Just take your name off the check while u at it! Whatever your issue is leave my fans out of it". That same month, Rihanna posted new behind the scenes pictures from the shoot and stated that the video will be released in October 2013. The video was released on her official YouTube channel October 2, 2013, but became unlisted 30 minutes after released.









Jennifer Lawrence Is Fashion Art on Harpers Bazaar UK


Jennifer Lawrence kills on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar UK magazine’s November 2013 issue where inside the magazine she speaks on her on stage issues and why she wont let you call her fat.



On getting criticism for her 2013 Oscars speech: “[The other person said] Other people are getting up and owning the stage and you sound like a stuttering idiot. Pull it together.’ And I said, ‘I’m not doing it on purpose, I’m uncomfortable and when people get uncomfortable they resort to their sh*t. I make awkward jokes and stutter. That was actually a moment when I really wanted it to be special. That was not the time I wanted to be the Down-home Girl. I wanted to be graceful.”

On loving on set catering: “My bodyguard Gilbert, right before they call ‘action,’ I’m like, ‘If there aren’t Cheez-Its here by the time they call cut, just go home.’ And he’ll start running. It cracks me up how seriously he takes it …. It’s not my performance that is motivating me. I want to get the on-set catering.”

On being called fat: “I was young. It was just the kind of sh*t that actresses have to go through. Somebody told me I was fat, that I was going to get fired if I didn’t lose a certain amount of weight. They brought in pictures of me where I was basically naked, and told me to use them as motivation for my diet. It was just that. [Someone brought it up recently] They thought that because of the way my career had gone, it wouldn’t still hurt me. That somehow, after I won an Oscar, I’m above it all. ‘You really still care about that?’ Yeah. I was a little girl. I was hurt. It doesn’t matter what accolades you get. I know it’ll never happen to me again. If anybody even tries to whisper the word ‘diet’, I’m like, ‘You can go f*ck yourself.’”harpersbazaar.co.uk



Extra| Jennifer Lawrence awkwardness

Clint Eastwood Look

Clint Eastwood, nowadays best remembered for his roles in movies such as, "Mystic River" and "Million Dollar Baby", was photographed somewhere along the early 60s wearing some black trousers, a red shirt, a white knitted cardigan, and a leather strap watch.

His sweater is worth putting attention towards to the button area. An ensemble that can be worn as a whole or without the sweater this Fall/Winter and on the first days of Spring when the air is still cool.

Marc Jacobs Leaves Louis Vuitton


A era is over! After becoming creative director for the luxuary brand in 1997 Marc Jacobs will be leaving the 25 billion dollar company to focus on his own Marc Jacobs line.


This morning’s Louis Vuitton show was, as rumored, Marc Jacobs’ last for the brand recently named the most valuable in the world.

After years of speculation (remember that “retrospective” from 2011?), Jacobs, Robert Duffy and Bernard Arnault confirmed this morning that Jacobs would bid adieu to the French fashion house to focus on taking his namesake company public with an IPO, expected to take place in the next three years, WWD reports.

A successor has not officially been named but…*cough*Nicolas Ghesquiere*cough.*

Whoever it is, though, will have the pleasure of stepping into a pretty successful, relevant brand thanks to Jacobs’s transformative influence over the years. They’ll also have some pretty big shoes to fill: Jacobs’s runway shows for the house have consistently been the most over-the-top, talked about shows of fashion month. And his iconic collaborations with artists have left indelible marks on the worlds of fashion art, and pop culture. It will be interesting to see whether those facets of the brand will continue, as well as Sofia Coppola’s coveted handbag collaboration.

It’s a big decision for all involved, as Jacobs, Duffy, and LVMH each own one third of the Marc Jacobs brand. And it means that Marc Jacobs is most likely about to get huge, with the inevitable addition of new products, categories, retail, and more.

We can’t say we won’t miss him at Vuitton, though. And we’re sure Paris will miss Jacobs. thefashionista.com

Lorde Makes Her American TV Debut



From Auckland, New Zealand comes 16 year old Lorde with her debut single "Royals" which has caused a stir within the alternative genres, this week hitting the number one spot of the Billboard Hot 100 making her the youngest female singer to top the chart since Tiffany in 1987.

Watch the performance below as we know that the anti-opulence ainger will be around for quite a time if se keeps writing her own hits.




Extra| Royals video single




Kurt Herbst by Bryan Huynh | In Limbo


 South African born, London based model Kurt Herbst at FM is photographed by Bryan Huynh and styled by Samuel Gallagher in the story 'In Limbo' for Hunger TV, with grooming by Frances Done. Courtesy of - Homotography










Arthur Gosse by Markus Pritzi


 French model Arthur Gosse by Markus Pritzi for Sleek magazine.
Courtesy of - Homotography



















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