The co-stars of “Magic in the Moonlight” share memories from the set in Cote d’Azur and insights about the legendary writer-director’s creative process.
The photographer Samantha Casolari’s exclusive series in Rockaway Summer magazine conjures long hazy afternoons on the beach.
Thursday, July 24, 2014 Master storyteller Tim Walker and LOVE Editor-in-Chief Katie Grand reunite for Wizard , a hyper-dreamy shoot taken from the title’s latest issue. Set on shooting his “favorite Brit girls,” Walker whisked homegrown talents including Kate Moss and Edie Campbell to Eglingham Hall, the fantastical 17th-century residence in Northumberland, England, that has defined much of his career. “Tim wanted to shoot a mystical fairy tale, and I never usually like wizards and all that hippy shit, but I loved the challenge of pulling in more magical clothing––especially from the great William Vintage,” says Grand, who unearthed the two-tone Halston dress as seen on Jean Campbell
The city’s gallery district stays open late tomorrow evening with a series of shows and events for the fifth annual Chelsea Art Walk.
For Rachel Browne and Andrew Futral of Field Mouse, seeing the release of their debut album Hold Still Life has been years in the making.
Wednesday, July 23, 2014 “My dad was one of those really crazy amateur photographers,” says writer and curator Magdalene Keaney of her first introduction to the fashion image. “He took lots of pictures of punks in England in the late 1960s, then later at skate parks.” The Canberra native’s new book, Fashion Photography Next , a version of which can also be seen in an exhibition at Amsterdam’s Foam museum, is ultimately a product of this enduring obsession and showcases 35 up-and-comers whose work is contributing to the debates around the trade
It’s truly a strange time to be a hip-hop fan. The Roots perform nightly from an NBC soundstage as Jimmy Fallon’s house band; Kanye West wears masks made of diamonds and is happily married to a reality star; Jay Z lands multimillion dollar deals with Samsung while rapping about how awesome his wife is; Common costars in a Western cable drama; the seventh-best-selling album of last year belongs to a former Degrassi star.
Nico Vega released its debut record back in 2009 and, after five years, is finally back with more anthemic rock music.
On Tuesday, July 22, the Delphian “Jap Pop” artist Zane Fix and his partner in crime, the self-possessed and highly expressive painter Stella Michaels, will be holding a nocturnal celebration at the always-evolving Stray Kat Gallery, now located in a cavernous warehouse space in the shadow of the High Line on 14th Street in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District.
Tuesday, July 22, 2014 “Abbey is a bit Dr Seuss, it feels as though the plants have taken over,” says photographer and filmmaker Howard Sooley of the unlikely private oasis, situated on the island of Tresco, 28 miles off the coast of Land’s End in the Isles of Scilly, England. “It’s slightly shabby, and full of joyous colors and scents––but colors and scents you don’t encounter anywhere else.” Boasting a collection of 20,000 plants from over 80 countries, including Argentina, Burma and New Zealand, the 17-acre garden was created in the early 19th century by Augustus Smith within the grounds of the home he designed and built, and remains in the family. Today Abbey is owned by Robert Dorrien-Smith, landlord to Tresco’s 150 inhabitants, all of whom work for him