John Leigh - Evidence of Time Travel
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"At fifteen you had the radiance of early morning, at twenty you will begin to have the melancholy brilliance of the moon."
F. Scott Fitzgerald, This Side of Paradise
Mirja Rosendahl Fall 2014 - “Michael Jackson Vs The Cure”
Swedish designer Mirja Rosendahl presents her Fall/Winter 2014 collection. Having previously worked for the likes of Patrik Ervell, Christopher Kane and Christopher Shannon, Rosendahl established her own label in 2012 after a selection of her shirts were featured in a Hedi Slimane shoot for the cover of i-D Magazine. Based in East London, Rosendahl recently dressed Drake in Spring 2014 for his European tour, for her fourth collection she brings together tailoring and sportswear with a look described as somewhere between “Michael Jackson and post punk bands like The Cure and Bauhaus.” Wools, technical nylons and mohair knitwear played against elastic bondage straps, sequin detailing and studding in an inventive line that uses off-beat touches in wearable, familiar forms.
Kate Bogucharskaia by Benjamin Vnuk for Lurve Issue 9 Spring 2014, 'Kate B'
Wes Lang Discusses His New “The Studio” Exhibition
For Wes Lang, his work boils down to an aspiration to “create beautiful things.” His most recent exhibition “The Studio” is a retrospective of his early years that have led up to a point in his career – a time when Lang’s efforts are crystallizing into some of his best work. Arriving at the novel idea to host a six-month-long showing in his personal studio, a vast array of Lang’s work was put on display, and as such this latest video provides the American artist the opportunity to discuss the background and inspiration behind various pieces. Motifs of Native American heritage, Americana, pornography and philosophy are prevalent not only through Lang’s visual art, but a tour through some of his literary favorites shows these interests also.