Blommers & Schumm highlight a suite of indelible faces.
TI PREVIEW: MODERN MATTER: ISSUE #7: POSTMODERN: Photography: Blommers & Schumm : Curated by: Olu OdukoyaSubmitted by Wayne on Mon, 2014-12-08 16:23.
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I simply wanted to say I love your play of proportions in this fetching Max Farago story you shot with Miss Jamie for the new issue of Modern Matter. I remain a fan of your modern mode of styling. It makes us want to sweep a street with fabulous flares. Leggings, jeggings begone…you have us moving on.
Submitted by Wayne on Mon, 2014-11-24 19:04.
Modern Matter describes itself as a "forum for truly bespoke art content that collaborates with artists in real and varied ways eschewing static photoshoots and Q&A interviews" and within that mission statement is a whole world of inspiration. Visually, the magazine aims to treat the presentation of the arts as an art-form in and of itself, through an experimental approach to design and non-linear values in the field of editorial content.
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Harbinger of a new taste, a window into the by laws and by ways of contemporary Paris, a visually rich book with the kind of intelligence that would have made Deleuze and Guattari break into wild applause…you get the ideal ! TI's love of Double magazine is well documented and every new issue is a cause for celebration! Here's to fashion fearlessly renewing itself.
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Please see a first look of the second issue of Frank Durand's relaunch of, "Holiday" magazine. Built around a theme after TI's own heart (and dedicated lifestyle)…the ideal of travel as a lifestyle, I just want to say this publication, the taste, the design, the contributors is that proverbial #everything .
Pour son 374ème numéro, le magazine Holiday a choisi de porter son regard, ou plutôt ses regards, sur l’Ecosse. Irvine Welsh – auteur de Trainspotting – le styliste Joe McKenna, Stella Tennant, Isabella Cawdor, Jean Campbell ou encore James Robertson
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This fall issue of CRUSHfanzine is dedicated to the various approaches of “sex appeal”. “Sex Appeal“ profiles various talents which exude the raw energy that allures, enchants and effortlessly drive our obsessions. Throughout this issue, readers are re-introduced to acclaimed cultural icons and they will meet new personalities which will soon become favorites.
Within the pages of “Sex Appeal”, each person was asked a few questions about nostalgic moments in their lives. Many of the subjects were chosen because they hold a certain place in our psyche and they are
“Sex Appeal” takes the readers through a slight narrative in a series of individually titled chapters: Music Is My Boyfriend, Emmanuelle, Ethan’s DNA, The Object of Their Affection, Sessions, I Still Love You, Under My Skin, In Sintesi, Great Expectations, Suddenly Last Summer and Brief Encounters.
CRUSHfanzine’s “Sex Appeal” will be launched with special events in resident cities New York and Paris. For the New York event, Le Bain at the Standard Hotel will host a release party on September 6th with a guest DJs Casey Spooner and Honey Dijon.
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Indian-American breakout director Kahlil Joseph presents Kenzo’s Spring/Summer 2014 line in the form of a beautiful and moving short film, dubbed “Dawn in Luxor,”. I love the way Grace Mahery inveighs the clothes with regal nonchalance, as she moves through Joseph's cryptic and lyrical narrative field. If this is the new language of modern fashion film to come then I'm joyous. Bravo!