Each fashion season, we see that street style photographers and bloggers are becoming increasingly important and influential, sometimes ranking among top fashion editors and stylists. Bill Cunningham, Scott Schulman, and Tommy Ton spring to mind. We can relate to and be inspired by real people wearing clothes creatively, more so than to the unattainable images in most fashion magazines.
Gilbert & George appear this afternoon smartly dressed in their signature tweed suits, polite and well groomed.
A woman hovers above a crowd, strung amidst telephone wires.
Makeup Charlotte Tilbury (Art Partner) Hair Marc Lopez (ArtList) Model Aymeline Valade (WOMEN-DIRECT NY) Manicure Lorraine Griffin using Chanel A/W 2011 Set design Max Bellhouse (The Magnet Agency) Digital capture Christian Hogstedt (R&D) Photo assistants Eddie Wrey, Benjamin Tietge, Oliver Holms Stylist assistants Anna Schiffel, Audrey Taillée, Michaela Dosamantes Makeup assistant Ninni Nummela Hair assistant Oliver Waqued de Almeida Production Jemima Hobson and Michelle Lu On-set production Gawain Rainey and Araminta Markes (10-4 Inc) Production assistant Sam Irons Video Look Films Location Snap Studios, London Retouching R&D Special thanks John Gayner, Maysa Marques, Pietro Birindelli
In 1971, William Burroughs asked Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, “How do you short-circuit control?” “To me, that meant how do you locate control? Where is it?” Breyer P-Orridge explains from a Lower East Side apartment on the morning of—what else?—the apocalypse: a day this past spring the world was predicted to end. “At first it was about economics and power, but there had to be a deeper level of control, and finally Jaye and I decided it was DNA.” Genesis, who insists on the gender-blended pronouns “s/he” and “h/er,” is speaking of Lady Jaye Breyer P-Orridge, the partner with whom the Pandrogeny project was conceived.
Luxury has different meanings to different people, to some it is synonymous with style, quality, comfort, subtlety and in most cases I would say, exclusivity. And if these elements are what you are looking for, then the re-launched Italian luxury leather goods Cambardi is the best there is, with its glossy high quality leathers and […]
SSION A cyberdelic audiovisual spectacle overtook MoMA’s PS1 museum in Long Island City this weekend, as Kansas City’s art pop sensation SSION brought his band of musicians and collaborators to the Pop Rally stage in order to drag new Yorkers to Hell—the phrase “C-U-N HELL” with an acid-rave smiley face taunted the packed crowd of rapt spectators each night from Friday to Sunday. Flanked by two backup dancers and several projections mapped onto moving panels, SSION mastermind Cody Critcheloe led his audience through his new album, Bent , free on SSION.com during the month of June. Highlights included a stunning cameo from outré Los Angeles performance artist Actually Huizenga during album opener “Listen to the Grrrls”; an arresting girl group moment in “Growing” from neo-drag superstars Alexis Blair Penney, Colin Self, and Mykki Blanco; and a flirtatious duet with Sky Ferreira on the bubbly and up-tempo “Psy-chic.” Never one to let his punk ethos fly the browser window, Critcheloe donned a Peggy Noland ensemble covered in mall punk patches to hybridize Ke$ha’s “We R Who We R” with The Misfits, culminating the medley with SSION’s fan favorite “Day Job”
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The Reality Show By Araki Tuesday, May 17, 2011 The man known for his S&M slant turned his lens to Japan’s bleeding edge to shoot the second issue of limited-edition Tokyo-based style magazine The Reality Show . Director Kensui Arao filmed the behind-the-scenes action as Nobuyoshi Araki captured tastemakers including model-actress Kiko Mizuhara, triathlete Jessica Michibata and concept band The Plasticzooms, who created the video’s original soundtrack.
This house in Fukuyama, completed by Japanese studio