Hedi Slimane - Sonic
Featuring fifteen years’ worth of photography from Slimane’s archives, the book documents the designer’s connection with music scenes from London to New York, and acts as a kind of year-by-year reference book to his men’s and womenswear collections, so intertwined with the musical underground and its legends. And because every bible needs an altar, the book coincides with an exhibition at La Fondation Pierre Bergé-Yves Saint Laurent, showcasing selected works from the book.
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Hedi Slimane - Sonic

Featuring fifteen years’ worth of photography from Slimane’s archives, the book documents the designer’s connection with music scenes from London to New York, and acts as a kind of year-by-year reference book to his men’s and womenswear collections, so intertwined with the musical underground and its legends. And because every bible needs an altar, the book coincides with an exhibition at La Fondation Pierre Bergé-Yves Saint Laurent, showcasing selected works from the book.

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Lara Stone by Alasdair McLellan for V Magazine Fall 2014, ‘Dream Weaver’

Lara Stone by Alasdair McLellan for V Magazine Fall 2014, ‘Dream Weaver’

Chloé Spring 2015 PFW

What could have turned out to be hippie-dippie-boho nonsense in other hands was a resounding success for Clare Waight Keller, the creative director of Chloé. There was something no-nonsense about the Spring collection: pretty yet precise, elegant but not excessive, practical rather than pouty. There were simply great silhouettes that spoke for themselves and concentrated on their proportions—styling was stripped-back, clean, chic, and worked to emphasize the quality of the collection, as did the spot-on casting of the models. 

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Point Point - Morning BJ

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You left the door open…

You left the door open…

Riccardo Tisci On the Third and Final Iteration of His Sell-out Nike RTs
This last side project is the reason we’re in town: the launch of the third and final (for now) drop of his superb Nike + RT line, which will arrive in shops across the globe on 16 October - a selection of four styles (low-top, mid-top, high-top and gladiator boot) that in contrast to its neon-infused white and black forebears, this time comes in a more subdued beige version with greyscale detailing.
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Riccardo Tisci On the Third and Final Iteration of His Sell-out Nike RTs

This last side project is the reason we’re in town: the launch of the third and final (for now) drop of his superb Nike + RT line, which will arrive in shops across the globe on 16 October - a selection of four styles (low-top, mid-top, high-top and gladiator boot) that in contrast to its neon-infused white and black forebears, this time comes in a more subdued beige version with greyscale detailing.

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David Fincher - Gone Girl (Trailer)

David Fincher - Gone Girl (Trailer)

Wand - Fire on the Mountain

Caroline Brasch Nielsen by Henrik Bülow for Eurowoman #200 November 2014, 'Oh Sweet Caroline'

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Jesse Littlefield - Dull Knife Fight
In his New York solo debut Littlefield presents a series of paintings that merge the immediacy of screen-printing and collage with the expression of gestural abstraction. Preferring the limited palette, matte surface, and viscosity of screening ink instead of paint, the artist uses image-free silkscreens to squeegee color onto swaths of lightweight muslin. Once a sufficient amount of painterly material is accumulated, he cuts, manipulates, and applies the fabric shapes to form geometric compositions. - thru Nov 8 at Zieher Smith & Horton Gallery.

Jesse LittlefieldDull Knife Fight

In his New York solo debut Littlefield presents a series of paintings that merge the immediacy of screen-printing and collage with the expression of gestural abstraction. Preferring the limited palette, matte surface, and viscosity of screening ink instead of paint, the artist uses image-free silkscreens to squeegee color onto swaths of lightweight muslin. Once a sufficient amount of painterly material is accumulated, he cuts, manipulates, and applies the fabric shapes to form geometric compositions. - thru Nov 8 at Zieher Smith & Horton Gallery.

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Alexander McQueen Spring 2015 PFW
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Alexander McQueen Spring 2015 PFW

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"Jobs fill your pocket. Adventures fill your soul."

Jaime Lyn Beatty

Guy Sargent 

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Watch Kindness’ Dapper Dance Battle in “This Is Not About Us” Video

On “This Is Not About Us,” the second track on Kindness’ collaboration-heavy new album, the Fall Fashion cover star sings about changing his mind about a flailing relationship before encouraging his lover to find somebody new. The official video for the song—co-directed by Daniel Brereton and Adam “Kindness” Bainbridge himself—moves away from the themes of love and loss, instead embracing its ’80s-indebted pop percussion with some synced dancing: foot-shuffling, finger-snapping, etc. The result is something of a lighthearted dance battle between Bainbridge and choreographer Karla Garcia.

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Nadja Bender by Denis Pielin for Muse Magazine Fall/Winter 2014-2015, 'Private'

Nadja Bender by Denis Pielin for Muse Magazine Fall/Winter 2014-2015, 'Private'

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