[FASHION FILM] Valérie Ciriadès “Indochine”

Posted November 14th by in Fashion, Film

Indochine, a fashion film for Belgian, Brazilian designer Valérie Ciriadès’ Spring Summer 2013 Indochine Collection inspired by the designer’s trip to Cambodia, is a homage to Marguerite Duras, L’Amant, and Jean-Jacques Annaud’s movie with the same name. It tells us the story of a beautiful french woman that falls in love with an Asian man in a hot Cambodian summer. The story is told with the help of a music, especially composed for the film, and interpreted by Brazilian Top Model Michelli Provensi, that also stars in the film as “The Lady.” Indochine -the music and the film- was written and directed by Luigi Dias, Valérie’s husband. See the film after the jump.  [CLICK HERE...]

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Never Been Content with Second Place by Carlos Nunez

Posted November 14th by in Sex

Editorial by Carlos Nunez. See more photographs after the jump. [CLICK HERE....]

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[LIVE] Sophie Auster Album Launch @ Chez André

Posted November 13th by in Music

Sophie Auster, daughter of writer Paul Auster, performs live her song Lonely at Chez André in NYC to celebrate the launch of her album Red Weather which is officially available today. You can purchase the album here.

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Alan Vega of the Band Suicide, Holy Shit Exhibition in Paris

Posted November 13th by in Art

An exhibition, entitled Holy Shit, of assembled sculptures by musician Alan Vega, who with Martin Rev founded the iconic underground band Suicide in New York in the early days of Punk music, is currently on view until November 24, at Galerie Laurent Godin, 5, rue du grenier Saint-Lazare, Paris. See more photos after the jump. [CLICK HERE....]

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[FASHION FILM] Schizolog for Jau Label

Posted November 13th by in Fashion, Film

Schizolog is the amazingly bonkers fashion film for East London based Jau Label’s Spring Summer 2013 collection in collaboration with VVVintage. Jau Label’s Spring Summer 2013 collection is called νέον or Neon (Greek νέον (neon) meaning “new one”). Designer Jessica Au’s recent infatuation with Die Antwoord’s “Zef Style” and the wave of neo-trash movement set her mind to work on her first womenswear and menswear collection that would focus on merging Japanese street style with stripper influences such as Brooke Candy. Jessica Au is quickly making a name for herself with her label which completely sold out at Somerset House London Fashion Week 2012 and has in the past year been house in Japan’s Teknopolice alongside massive underground labels. The film is directed by Rob Heppell and stars model Pia Denker who after finding a magic box, is thrown through a series of visual worlds, each fitting with a different outfit. Pia strives through encounters with monsters and clones, will she ever find her way home? See the film after the jump.  [CLICK HERE....]

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Marc Newson Book Launch @ The Taschen Store in New York

Posted November 13th by in Autre, Culture

Legendary Australian industrial designer Marc Newson signs copies of his new book Marc Newson: Works, a catalogue of all his works to date, at the Taschen Store in New York. Marc Newson: Works is available now on Taschen. Photography by Annabel Graham  for Pas Un Autre. See more photos after the jump.  [CLICK HERE...]

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Photography New Works at Galleria Carla Sozzani

Posted November 12th by in Photography

Photography New Works is on view now at Galleria Carla Sozzani in Milan and  brings together some of the most prominent photographers in fine art and fashion, under a common theme, and provides visitors with an unprecedented opportunity to experience the very latest, cutting-edge photographic expressions. Photography New Works includes new works by William Eggleston, Stephen Shore, Nan Goldin, Martin Parr, Terry Richardson and Ryan McGinley. Photography New Works will be on view until November 18, at Galleria Carla Sozzani, Corso Como, 10, 20154 Milan, Italy

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Richard Prince White Paintings at Skarstedt Gallery

Posted November 12th by in Art

Skarstedt Gallery presents the White Paintings by Richard Prince comprising ten paintings from the series executed during the early 1990s. Prince’s White Paintings are raw and energetic in comparison to his more straightforward “re-photographs” of the 1970s and the Monochromatic Jokes of the 1980s. In the White Paintings, handwritten and printed jokes mingle with gestural marks, silkscreened imagery, and graphic fragments all strewn across a white-pigmented backdrop. White Paintings will be on view until December 15, 2012 at Skarstedt Gallery, 20 E 79th St, New York, NY 

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Jules De Balincourt Ecstatic Contact at Salon 94 Bowery

Posted November 12th by in Art

Salon 94 Bowery features Jules de Balincourt’s first solo show with the gallery, Ecstatic Contact, comprised of 6 new large-scale paintings. Known for his abstract and figurative paintings of utopian, dystopian and marginalized communities as well as American politics, de Balincourt breaks new ground in an exploration of collective global anxieties. In his studio, de Balincourt simultaneously paints up to 10 works. Without preparatory drawings, he intuitively moves from painting to painting, allowing one to influence the next. This new body of work addresses the uncertainties of contemporary human life. Ecstatic Contact will be on view until January 13, 2012 at Salon 94, 243 Bowery, New York, NY.

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[MUSIC VIDEO] King Krule – Rock Bottom

Posted November 12th by in Music

Music video for King Krule’s single Rock Bottom out now on Rinse directed by Paraic & Michael Morrissey. King Krule or Zoo Kid is Archy Marshall an 18 year old musician from the UK. See music video after the jump.  [CLICK HERE...]

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