Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Ladyboy Luxe

The Gentlewoman Issue No. 2 vs. Vivienne Westwood A/W 2010
Via: Lynn and Horst


Nicholas Kirkwood has just been nominated for a British Fashion Award for his collaboration with the New York-based Keith Haring Foundation.

Primary Colours

The Horrors’ frontman Faris Badwan is more than just a fierce voice – he draws ferociously too. The above images are extracted from an exhibition of over 100 of his drawings that showed at The Book Club in Hoxton, London throughout August.

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Swan More Take

The Marjan Pejoski designed dress that Bjork made famous.

Parachute Test

Albino Deuxieme Spring/Summer 2011

Two looks that instantly fill me with desire. Any man who wears socks and sandals is Superman to me.

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Fuck everybody else, the world wants us to be happy

"It's about girls who sleep in abandoned cars and set things on fire. It's about the great things in life. The stars in the sky and lots of malt liquor." - Harmony Korine

Eye/Ear Slittingly Good

Amazing album, smokin' babe.


When he’s not busy designing clothes, Marc Jacobs fancies himself a bit of a bibliophile. Adding to his retail empire, he has just opened his first bookstore, the brilliantly titled Bookmarc, in New York's trendy Bleecker Street. The shop will sell art and photography books alongside vinyl records, Marc Jacobs notebooks, pencils, pens and CD's.

Not the first designer to go down the bookish route, Karl Lagerfeld opened a bookstore called 7L next to his photography studio on Rue Lille in Paris in 1999. He's also published books under his own imprint Édition 7L, a division of the German publishing company Steidl.


Women, Tadashito Nadamoto (1966).

Via: Abracadabra Department

The 3rd Summer Of Love

The Face N°22 - July 1990
Photos : Corinne Day
Styling: Melanie Ward
Model : Kate Moss for Storm Agency

Corinne Day (RIP) and Kate Moss' first printed collaboration: an unknown 16 year-old from Croyden becomes the symbol of the X-Generation.

Saturday, September 4, 2010

Chadwick Tylers' Demons

Ashley, Imogen, Jana, Suzanne & Karlie.

Chocolate doesn't cause Acne, but Candy does

Luis Venegas, Editor in Chief of self-proclaimed transversal style magazine Candy, has collaborated with Acne to create a collection of three shirts. Working on the idea of a classic western shirt, but playing with detail and proportion, the end result is a fun take on masculine versus feminine.