THE IMAGIST Search Archives Contact   

Jeremy Scott

warning: Creating default object from empty value in /home/waynesterling/ on line 1418.

TI PREVIEW: Rob Evans for Johnson Magazine : LAUNCHING SUMMER 2011

Rob Evans : Photographed by Christian Oita for Johnson MagazineRob Evans : Photographed by Christian Oita for Johnson Magazine

Johnson is an independent bi-annual magazine edited by Rob Meyer's RBPM Studio in London, and will be available internationally starting SS 2011.


As Three As Four As oneAs Three As Four As one

assume vivid astro focus had a banging kick off for their new exhibit " Absolutely Venomous Accurately Fallacious (Naturally Delicious)" at Deitch Studios Long Island City and artist Jayson Keeling was there to cover the ...err "vivid" proceedings. Here's his eyewitness report:

CURRENT LISTENING: The Cool Kids (Black Mags) VS Steed Lord (Dirty Mutha)

The Cool Kid's Mickey Rock chills with Steed Lord's AC Bananas: Jeremy Scott WISHES!The Cool Kid's Mickey Rock chills with Steed Lord's AC Bananas: Jeremy Scott WISHES!

I played DJ at a house party last night (for a verrrry VIP circle of...uhmm..4 people). Beverly Hills will never be the same. I pressed my I-pod Touch just in time as Chicago's finest, The Cool Kids' hot track "Black Mag" started to fade and then I kicked up Iceland's coolest,the Steed Lord's "Dirty Mutha". The house went wild. They say I have a new career waiting for me at LA parties. But on the serious The Cool Kids retro-hip-hop is genius, but I love them even more for Mickey Rock's taste in gear. He's the best styled boy in hip-hop right this second. And as for Steed Lord. You have to love Icelandic thug appeal. Stop laughing! The tracks do get it done on the dancefloor! They're all friends . How many flights are there between Rejvavik and Chicago btw?

PS Cool Kids are opening act for the MIA on her US tour trek. Her tastes are gospel for us!

Syndicate content
Taste is a dictatorship.


Syndicate content