Aline Weber by Annemarieke Van Drimmelen for Vogue Netherlands August 2014
NIVA - The Boy From The Sun
Shabazz Palaces - #CAKE
Amy Winehouse, GQ Magazine
Camilia Deterre by James Nord for Exposure August 2014, 'Three Stripes'
The Grand Budapest Hotel: ”How To Make a Courtesan au Chocolat”
The staff at Mendl’s, Zubrowka’s premiere patisserie, show you how to make their legendary “courtesan au chocolat”, as enjoyed my M. Gustave and all those at The Grand Budapest Hotel.
Joel Wolfe, Marley Chapman, Adam Lee, Jacob Bixenman, Mark Lavelle, Steffy Argelich, Shannon Clagett, Leah Goode, Madison Stubbington, Ronja Furrer, Hollie May Saker & Clare by Peter Lindbergh for Interview Magazine August 2014, 'The Factory'
Hayden Calnin - Coward
Oliver New York 2014 Fall/Winter Lookbook
Oliver New York has shared a look at its fall/winter collection with the reveal of its lookbook, and it features a series of streetwear essentials with an avant-garde design, balanced with military-inspired details. Offering up a series of flight jackets, button-down shirts and ponchos to take on the fall season, the lookbook itself can be viewed above while the collection can be viewed in full at Oliver New York online.
Cara Delevingne by Tim Walker for Mulberry Fall 2014 Ad Campaign
18 Things You Learn After Two Long Days With Lana Del Rey
There’s only one person, it seems, who doesn’t find Lana Del Rey a confounding mystery. “I know everything about myself,” Del Rey says in her first Rolling Stone cover story, on stands now. “I know why I do what I do.” In many hours of interviews for the story, conducted just as she released her well-reviewed new album, Ultraviolence, she was more open than ever before about her life and music – at least until her mood shifted and she tried to shut the whole thing down. Culled from those discussions, here are some scattered clues to the most perplexing puzzle in pop.
Ralph Steadman: For No Good Reason
“Slapping a blot down as I begin stimulates the mind to guess and be inventive,” says Ralph Steadman of his creative method, showcased here in an exclusive excerpt of For No Good Reason. The Cheshire-born practitioner of wild illustration is best known for the feverish, ink-splattered imagery he created for the late American writer Hunter S. Thompson, most famously for his epoch-defining 1971 novel Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. Over four decades later, this new documentary directed by Charlie Paul celebrates Steadman’s work, which ranges from books on Leonardo da Vinci, Sigmund Freud and birds, to commissions from Ted Hughes. “On paper, Ralph seemed violent and dangerous, yet in person he is one of the warmest and most generous people I have ever met,” says Paul. The 16-year labor of love is a raucous, whistle-stop trip through the archives, which have made him a hero to the likes of Johnny Depp, who narrates the feature. Depp’s involvement in the project stemmed from the actor’s long-standing friendship with the cartoonist after the pair crossed paths through Thompson. “Early on in the making of the film, I would come across pictures of Ralph and Johnny in Hunter’s home Owl Farm, so I knew they had a bond and a connection,” explains Paul. “Johnny instinctively knew what to ask Ralph about. A chemistry existed between them, making it a natural dynamic to film.”
For No Good Reason is available on DVD and On Demand now.