Thursday, March 20, 2014

Anders Hayward by Thomas Goldblum | DSECTION


 British model/dancer Anders Hayward is photographed by Thomas Goldblum and styled by Benoit Martinengo in the story 'He's Lost Control' for DSECTION magazine.
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Nicholas Hoult by Mario Testino | Sexy Beast


 British actor Nicholas Hoult is photographed by Mario Testino and styled by Beat Bolliger in the story 'Sexy Beast' for VMAN magazine no. 31. Courtesy of - Homotography











Face Marks by Philippe Vogelenzang


The new Spring/Summer 2014 issue of L’Officiel Hommes NL features the story 'Face Marks', photographed by Philippe Vogelenzang and styled by Jos van Heel. Courtesy of - Homotography











Douglas Booth & Emma Watson by Christian Oita



British actors Douglas Booth and Emma Watson are photographed by Christian Oita and styled by Matthew Josephs for the February/March 2014 issue of Wonderland magazine. Courtesy of - Homotography













SuperModel Lara Stone Turns 30 For Harpars Bazaar!



Supermodel Lara Stone Opens Up On Rehab in 'Harper's Bazaar cover story.


On checking into rehab in 2009: “One day I woke up and thought, I can’t live like this anymore. I’ve picked a lot of fights in my day, but no one ever wanted to hit me back.”

On her husband David Walliams: “On our very first date, I was so nervous. I was in the cab home afterward and thought, I should text him and thank him for dinner. When I did, he texted back, ‘Who’s this?’”

On turning 30: “I’ve only been able to say it out loud for a few weeks now: ‘I. Am. 30.’ I have a house, a husband, a good job, a beautiful baby—at the moment I don’t have anything else to wish for.” For more on Lara, visit Harpersbazaar.com!


Video Premiere Kylie Minogue - Sexercize



Kylie Minogue‘s 12th album Kiss Me Once is now out and the second single "Sexercize penned by Sia is a yoga inspered romp!

Press play below to hear and see the latest release from the Electro pop Goddess.




Extra| Kylie in France










So Shoot Me


So Shoot Me says Broadway performer Elaine Stritch in a behind the scenes documentary on the one woman show.

She’s sublimely eccentric, very witty, direct and frank, and truly moving,” says Brigitte Lacombe of cabaret entertainer Elaine Stritch, who the photographer commemorated in the poster for new documentary Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me. In her trademark style—roomy button-down shirt, black tights and, ahem, no pants—Stritch exhibits the brass and charm that have made her a New York legend in this never-before-seen moment at the Carlyle, the luxury hotel she called home for nearly a decade. That ferocity, and the increasing fragility that comes with old age, is candidly portrayed in the chronicle of a then 87-year-old Stritch’s preparations for her one-woman show Elaine Stritch Singin’ Sondheim... One Song at a Time, as she copes with diabetes, memory loss and alcoholism. First-time director Chiemi Karasawa, who found her gravelly voiced subject via a chance encounter at a hair salon, says they grew very close during filming.

“After hearing the same stories about a certain gentleman in my life, she said: ‘Chiemi, either the circus is in town, or it’s not!’" Now 89, Stritch hails from the golden age of theater. As a young leggy stage and television performer she became fast friends with gossip columnist Liz Smith, shared martinis with John F. Kennedy, dated Marlon Brando, and enjoyed the high life in London for years with her late husband, John Bay. She went on to win several Tony and Emmy Awards, and more recently enjoyed a comeback on 30 Rock. Tina Fey makes a cameo in Karasawa’s stirring portrait, as do Nathan Lane and James Gandolfini, who predicted that had he and Stritch met at 35 they would have had a torrid, and ultimately disastrous, love affair.

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Sky Ferreira Blames Herself On Kimmel


Infected leg or not Sky Ferreira performs "I Blame Myself" off her debut album for Jimmy Kimmel Live marking her 2nd debut TV performance.











Vivienne Westwood Bathes For PETA



English Fashion maven Dame Vivienne Westwood leaves her garments for the bubbles in a special PETA public service anouncement for vegetarianism.






Monday, March 17, 2014

Video Premiere Kiesza - Hideaway


From Calgary, AB via New York City comes Kiesza the once destined to be Navy snipper but now the 25 year old Canadian native has the dance/pop charts on her  peripheral vission.

The track "Hideaway" is a fresh electro house hit and if that wasnt enough Kieza's natural energy exudes in the video (unlike other pop tarts rummiging through the dance scene) with her pop-lock like moves and red headed fire that has got us looking for this Hideaway


"Shooting the video seemed impossible," Kiesza tells Rolling Stone. "I had less than three days to learn five completely new dance styles. Almost everyone told me that we couldn't do it. Then to top things off, on the day of the shoot, I broke a rib. I did the video in two takes and couldn't move for an entire month afterward, but I pulled it off."

We look forward with anticipation to Keisza's EP out March 24th.


 


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The Prada Iconoclasts Girls by Emma Summerton


Emma Summerton photographed Betty Adewole, Irene Hiemstra, Malaika Firth, Mariana Santana, Nika Cole and Ophelie Guillermand for Prada Iconoclasts 2014. Courtesy of - fashiontography






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