Life-long friends Bruce Weber and David Bailey collaborate for the first time to capture the spirit and soul of Harlem, New York, in today’s candid short dedicated to the late, revolutionary “bluesologist” Gil Scott-Heron. Similar to Spike Lee’s 1989 movie Do the Right Thing, Weber’s series of vignettes, filmed this summer, take place over a sweltering 24 hours. But while Lee focuses on a street in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, A Harlem Poetry Lesson is a study of the historic uptown borough and its cast of characters, such as poet Jeffrey Hollington and landmarks the Apollo Theatre and the Carrie McCracken TRUCE Community Garden. Scott-Heron’s expressive growl adds lyrical tension to the Harlem imagery in the film, which includes excerpts from “Small Talk at 125th and Lenox,” taken from his 1970 debut album of the same name, through to material featured on the poet-musician’s haunting final album from 2010, I’m New Here.
In the Victorian period, two children are shipwrecked on a tropical island in the South Pacific. With no adults to guide them, the two make a simple life together, unaware that sexual maturity will eventually intervene.
Directed by Randal Kleiser
Cast with Brooke Shields, Christopher Atkins, Leo McKern, William Daniels
Spend an afternoon with Michel Gondry in his Brooklyn home as he discusses his latest project, "Is the Man Who Is Tall Happy?" and the animation techniques he used to bring his conversations with Noam Chomsky to life.
Animation by Noam Chomsky
Welcome to our Christmas fairytale.
Fall down the rabbit hole into a magical world -- sparkle from head to toe with decadent lingerie, glamorous make-up and glittering accessories.
It's always tea time! Let the celebrations never end with fabulously festive home accessories.
When visiting family this Christmas, wrap up warm on those cold winter nights with bold coats in our cosiest fabrics.
May all your wishes be granted this Christmas -- fall in love with silky soft sleepwear in opulent jewel tones.
Be whisked away to the land of excitement and adventure. Dress the part with show-stopping partywear.
The ad starred model/actress Rosie Huntington-Whitely, Helena Bonham Carter and David Gandy in a fairytale extravaganza.
'Hello, my name Is Paul Smith' is an iPad app that offers you unprecedented access to Britain's foremost designer. Inviting you to see the world through Paul Smith's eyes, explore his inspirations and understand the method behind the magic.
"My ideas come from all around me. From the photos I take, the colours I spot, to the things people say and the pictures on my walls. You can find inspiration in everything, if you can't look again." Paul explains.
A leader of international design trends, Paul is renowned for his creative spirit. Through four immersive sections, discover Paul's world with the Paul Smith iPad app.
'My Eyes' allows you to see the world from Paul's perspective using your iPad's camera to create custom Paul Smith patterns. 'My Notes' lets you flick through some of Paul's own mottos before sending your own handwritten note to Paul. 'My Staircase' invites you to take a virtual tour of Paul's London studio, and 'My Inspiration' demonstrates Paul's love of taking photos linking photography to his design process.
A growing nation of genetically evolved apes led by Caesar is threatened by a band of human survivors of the devastating virus unleashed a decade earlier. They reach a fragile peace, but it proves short-lived, as both sides are brought to the brink of a war that will determine who will emerge as Earth's dominant species.
Directed by Matt Reeves
Cast: with Andy Serkis, Jason Clarke, Gary Oldman Read, Judy Greer, Terry Notary, Keri Russell.
Homophobia is rife in Russia. LGBT people are facing increasingly harsh treatment at the hands of authorities. Attacks on gay people are rising, in a country where homosexuality has been classified as a mental illness since 1999. In short, the Russian gay community needs help. So, this Christmas, send something To Russia with Love.
There are 7 limited edition, hand-painted, sets of Russian dolls. Featuring artist’s renders of five great gay icons, they are crafted to raise awareness, and money, for the Russian gay community. Exactly the sort of thing that would get you arrested in Russia.
To Russia with Love is taking a break for Christmas and the New Year. Join us in January 2014 for the auctions of the final two sets of Gay Russian Dolls.
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DIRECTOR JUSTIN WU
CHOREOGRAPHY ADRIEN GALO
FASHION JESSICA MARGOLIS
MAKEUP SCOTT ANDREW
HAIR RUBI JONES
MODEL CHANEL IMAN (IMG)
DANCERS ADRIEN GALO, LOIC MABANZA, VIBEZ, SHEIK, MARIE NINJA, DANIELLE POLANCO, ISABELLA FARRELL, PAIGE FRASER
PRODUCER AND ASSISTANT DIRECTOR ALEXANDER LAU
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY DAN WITROCK
SOUND RECORDING GREG DE SEVE
SET DESIGN LUKE ABBY
ASSISTANT CAMERA MICHAEL LAMARRA
ASSISTANT CHOREOGRAPHER LOIC MABANZA
STYLIST ASSISTANT JESSICA JACKSON
HAIR ASSISTANT CHANTELL CARRETHEROL GAFFER MATT FIGLER
KEY GRIP MASSEO DAVIS
SECOND GRIP SHADI
BEST SET ASSISTANT JOSHUA LEO PETRY
PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS ALESSANDRO MARZANI, MARSHALL SHOWALTER BACKSTAGE PHOTOGRAPHY RODRIGO RIZ
Meet the Cast of Characters from Wes Anderson's new film THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL, which recounts the adventures of Gustave H, a legendary concierge at a famous European hotel between the wars, and Zero Moustafa, the lobby boy who becomes his most trusted friend.
Starring Ralph Fiennes, F. Murray Abraham, Edward Norton, Mathieu Amalric, Saoirse Ronan, Adrien Brody, Willem Dafoe, Léa Seydoux, Jeff Goldblum, Jason Schwartzman, Jude Law, Tilda Swinton, Harvey Keitel, Tom Wilkinson, Bill Murray, Owen Wilson, and introducing Tony Revolori.
The Formula One Grand Prix. The pinnacle of world-class automotive racing. Its history has been
dotted with some of the grandest tales in motorsports, and equally notorious personalities. Waiting : A Decade of Life in the Grand Prix Pit Lane brings together a selection of rare, never-beforeseen
portraits and moments by historic Formula One photographer Richard Kelley. This iconic
collection documents the humanity behind some of the most legendary drivers of our era, a memento
of the world’s greatest race.
via Obscura magazine
'City Lights' is the final chapter from my "Trilogy of Light" series that began a couple years ago with 'LA Light' and then followed up with 'Nightfall'. It was an nightly adventure that took me to almost every angle of Los Angeles. It was an exercise in patience. A lesson in light. An understanding of what it is to live amongst each other and to understand the system and order of a city, the seemingly complex organics that make it up and the life form that the city truly is. A visualization of sonder. It was a daily jaunt to watch the arterial freeway systems pump car cells through its body and channel them to the capillaric avenues that are our neighborhoods and homes. It was a chance to break away from the 70mph freeway perspective and to observe the sun slip from view and watch the electric dance of nightfall begin. It was challenging. It was frustrating. Definitely dangerous at times. Sometimes it hurt. I was chased. Yelled at. Warned. But the overall context of things learned, people met, things seen, and places discovered over the past three years shaped who I am today. I didn't always love Los Angeles but I learned to and discovered that this city is much more than temperate weather, palm trees, pretty girls, and beaches; to me the true beauty behind the city lies hidden on the other end of a rusted fire escape to a view no one else has seen.
I'm looking forward to the next chapter of my film making career where I will be concentrating on narrative and documentary films.
Thanks for watching, reading, and supporting my films.
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A game designer on the run from assassins must play her latest virtual reality creation with a marketing trainee to determine if the game has been damaged.
Directed by David Cronenberg
cast with Jennifer Jason Leigh, Jude Law, Willem Dafoe, Ian Holm, Don McKellar, Callum Keith Rennie
The directorial debut of Oscar-nominated cinematographer Rodrigo Prieto, "LIKENESS" is a personal meditation on eating disorders created by Prieto and his daughter. "LIKENESS" stars Elle Fanning as a girl struggling with self perception, and challenges us to consider the role of society in presenting an idealized image of the female body.
Written and Directed by Rodrigo Prieto
Starring Elle Fanning
Producers Rhea Scott, Lilly Hartley, Jacqueline Bosnjak, Jan Wieringa
Executive Producer Jeffrey Tarrant
DP Rodrigo Prieto
Production Designer Laura Fox
Editor Carlos Arias
Music & Sound Design Drazen Bosnjak | Q Department
Visual Effects by Crazy Horse Effects & EFILM
Title Design Gonzalo Garcia Barcha
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Directed by Barnaby Roper
An offbeat, touching portrait of a man who has spent three decades turning his small Northern California home into a beautiful, towering Christmas display people travel across the country to see.
Audience Award - Palm Springs Shortsfest
Special Jury Award - Aspen Shortfest
Best Documentary Short - Cleveland International Film Fest
Best Documentary Short - Rhode Island International Film Fest
Best Short - Philadelphia International Film Fest
Best Documentary Short - California Independent Film Fest
Chicago International Film Festival, Hot Docs, Los Angeles Film Festival, Silverdocs, Little Rock Film Festival, Nashville Film Festival, Florida Film Festival, St. Louis International Film Festival, Portland International Film Festival, Indianapolis Film Festival, Guanajuato International Film Festival, Nevada City Film Festival, BendFilm Festival, and more.
Send Christmas cards and Newcastles to: Bruce Mertz, 5208 Olive Drive, Concord, CA 94521
"Self-Titled" is a mini art feature comprised of several parts that give a glimpse into the entire project. It details her mind-set and artistic vision throughout the making of BEYONCÉ.
Director: Zachary Heinzerling
Producers: Ed Burke, Bill Kirsten, Carly Hugo
Editor: Yoonha Park
VFX: Mike Anderson
Pig the dog is a glimpse into the life of a strange young lad called Del, who haunts the desolate hinterlands of his home town with his pet dog Pig, spending days drifting and hunting a rare delicacy that thrives in this most unlikely of locations.
Written & Directed : Maxy Neil Bianco
Maison Kitsuné is proud to unveil a brand new video featuring indie-pop star Jonny Pierce and it-girl Heather Boo, as they explore New York City in Maison Kitsuné's latest collection.
Captured by Henrik Purienne, famed fashion photographer and filmmaker, this video reflects the "New Wave" theme of the Spring/Summer 2014 collection, inspired by New York's fresh creative talent.
Dedicated to the Memory of Peter Schwedler
Executive Producer Luke Jacobs and Nils Schwemmer
Producer Matt Lambert and Corinne Ahrens
Written By Blake Wood and Matt Lambert
Director Matt Lambert
Director Of Photography Jaime Felui-Torres
Editor Maxine Goedicke and Matt Lambert
Sound Design And Composition Dennis Beckmann
Production Manager Jannis Birsner
Focus Puller Facundo Altube
Gaffer Lawson Dada
Stylist / Costume Designer Larissa Bechtold
Art Director Claire Kurylowski
Art Department Will Orlando and Tom Bonynge
Make Up Concept Servullo Mendez Rey
Hair / Make Up Ewa Cervena
Haircutting By Darren O'donoghue
Sound / Boom Tom Schön
Driver / Runner Dennis Winter and Christian Rost
Martin Mundo (Covered By Peter Schwedler)
"Yup" By Le1F
"Bitten" By Patrick Wolf
Bloody Chamber Music
"Light It Up.(Another Day)" By Black Cracker
"Mind Body" Le1F
"Get It Poppin" By Ego Boycott Feat. Inja
"I´ll Be Your Mirror"
Castle Face Records
Matt Jones On Bass
Adam From Blasted Canyons On Guitar
Mark From Burnt Ones On Guitar
Brigid From Thee Oh Sees On Tambourine And Backup Vocals
Shot On Location In Berlin
Makeup Provided By I+M Kosmetik Berlin
In December 1953, Coco Chanel began her incredible return to center stage. The designer reopens her Haute Couture house after fifteen years of absence. The collection is welcomed by the French press with an icy silence. Only the American media supports the looks that define the rebirth of Chanel's style. "The Return" retraces this determining period, that shaped the legend of the designer of rue Cambon forever.
"The Return," imagined, written and directed by Karl Lagerfeld, features Geraldine Chaplin in the role of Gabrielle Chanel, Rupert Everett, Anna Mouglalis, Lady Amanda Harlech, Arielle Dombasle, Kati Nescher, Vincent Darré and Sam McKnight.
Get an exclusive first preview of the upcoming H&M Spring Collection 2014. The lookbook features looks with light silhouettes and effortlessly fresh pieces from the new collection.
The H&M Spring Collection will be launched in stores March 6.
“The design for the Instagram office was inspired by their branding. We created a custom coffee station, built an inventory of retro furniture, and curated a vintage camera collection, which is on display on the lobby.” by Geremia Design
Director of Photography Evan Prosofsky
Producer Claire MacDonald
Executive Producer Claire Stubbs
Producer Ella More O’Ferrall
Associate Producer Peter Spark
First Assistant Camera Sam Ellison
Gaffer Josh Fordham
Swing Derek Sexton
Key Grip Sam Katz
Art Director Roanne Adams
Prop Stylist Teresa Hermann
Assistant Prop Stylist Tory Noll
Colour Michael Rossiter at The Mill
Shot on Kodak
Executive Producer Eddy Moretti
Executive Producer Shane Smith
Executive Producer Suroosh Alvi
Executive Producer Andrew Creighton
Executive Producer Jim Czarnecki
Executive Producer Tom Punch
Head of Video Danielle Bennison-Brown
Associate Producer Declan Higgins
Associate Producer Juliette Eisner
Equipment Manager Dan Meyer
Office Operations Cameron Cuchulainn
Special thanks to Heath Raymond at The Mill, Bob Mastronardi at Kodak, Christopher Michael at The Society Management, Caroline Conrad, Kelvin Hayden, Sydney Buchan
Stylist Elgar Johnson
Hair Tetsuya Yamakata at Defacto using Oribé Hair Care
Make-up Akiko Sakamoto at See Management using M.A.C Cosmetics
Styling Assistant Bojana Kozarevic
Models Marina Nery and Anais Pouliot at The Society Management
Our DIY ethos runs through everything we do, like the orange thread in all our garments. Ever since the beginning we've done everything in-house. Sketches, concepts for prints, photo shoots, developing shop fit concepts and campaign material for every new collection.
Some might say we're stubborn, and we really are, but as long as we keep the creative control over what we do within the building, we know that we're doing at least one right. In this video you get an exclusive look behind the scenes of our headquarters.
Keiichi Matsuda (BSc. MArch) is a designer and film-maker. He began working with video during his Masters of Architecture at the Bartlett school (UCL) as a critical tool to understand, construct and represent space. Keiichi's research examines the implications of emerging technologies for human perception and the built environment, focusing on the integration of media into everyday life. He has a multi-disciplinary approach to his work, using a mixture of video, motion graphics, interaction design, and architecture to create vibrant "hyper-real" environments where the distinctions between physical and virtual start to dissolve.
He has presented his films and research internationally, winning awards for design, drawing and filmmaking, and graduated from his MArch with distinction in summer 2010. He is currently self employed, working on commissions and research projects in London and Tokyo.
Winner of the Panavision Future Filmmaker Award
Ashland Film Festival Special Jury Mention for Best Short Film
Marin Short Film Festival Honorable Mention Best Short Film
Atlanta Film Festival 2013
Hollyshorts Film Festival
Athens Int Film Fest
Maryland Film Festival A Short Film by Andrew Renzi
Brady Corbet (Simon Killer, Funny Games, Mysterious Skin)
Clémence Poésy (In Bruges, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows 1 & 2)
Alison Bartlett (The Inn Keepers)
Produced by - Garrett Fennelly & McCabe Walsh
Executive Producers - Borderline Films
Photographed by - Joe Anderson
Composers - Saunder Jurriaans & Daniel Bensi
Music Supervisor - Josh Kessler
Editor - Dean C. Marcial
Production Designer - Victoria Rivera
Casting Director - Susan Shopmaker
Co-Producers - Jean-Raphael Ambron, Stuart Ruston, and Ethan Donnelly
W contributor Tim Walker's short film, inspired by his story "Far, Far From Land," is no Disney tale. Wearing clothes that would make Ariel squirm with envy, supermodel Kristen McMenamy gracefully floats in a human-size fish tank and washes up on a rocky beach.
Why deconstructing a mashup? Because these videos are often perceived as a random mess of pretty images from movie trailers. While that’s absolutely true, there’s an opportunity to explore themes and also pay a few obscure tributes to elements that don’t belong in the video itself but that are generally widespread within pop culture. Sometimes, a collection of random but visually stunning sequences can unite to create its own experience. 6 minutes and 46 seconds… Like Pokemon, let’s see if you were able to catch them all!
via The Sleepy Skunk
The population of a small, isolated countryside village believe that their alliance with the mysterious creatures that inhabit the forest around them is coming to an end.
Directed by M. Night Shyamalan.
Cast with Bryce Dallas Howard, Joaquin Phoenix, Adrien Brody, William Hurt, Sigourney Weaver, Brendan Gleeson, Cherry Jones, Celia Weston.
When David Fung and wife Yena Kim decided on a whim to create a Tumblr featuring their adorable shiba inu dog, Bodhi, dressed in sophisticated menswear, little did they know that they would soon be leaving their full time jobs to author a book and start a canine fashion line.
Producer: Catherine Yrisarri
Director of Photography, Editor: Rob Finch
Executive Producer: Greg Moyer
Motion Graphics: Drew Jordan
Assistant Camera: Tim Trotman
Sound Mix: Chip Sloan
Still Photography: Menswear Dog
Created by Blue Chalk Media
On the fifth day we sailed our frozen island out into the shipping lanes. We counted all the evil things and cast them in an ice-hole. They were only numbers.
On the fourth day we opened high-yield savings accounts. The refugee camps were fast becoming commuter towns encircling the crater. Jets of steam were seen from the tor.
On the third day we left our cars in short stay.The air was pine-fresh. Pebbles nuzzled at our shoes. We began to doubt the alignment of the trackway.
On the second day we shopped. You carried your foot like a dead weight. Some youths got on TV pretending to be trainee customer service assistants.
On the first day the fridge defrosted itself. Wearing Halloween masks we made love and you said something really evil about a mutual friend.
On the day before the first day we fell into geometry like children. The sky was a chemical peel. We slept alone and restlessly through the shipping news.
Hand drawn pencil animation motion tracked to live action footage shot in Montauk.
Commissioned as part of Channel 4's Random Acts strand which showcases diverse short films chosen for their bold expressions of creativity.
Directed by Julia Pott
Poem by Tom Chivers
Conceived and Produced by:
Executive Producer: Michael Feder
Producer: Zack Kortright
Director of Photography: Adam Wissing
Additional Compositor: Tom Brown
Animation Assistant: Sophie Gate
Editor: RJ Glass
Sound Design: Joseph Tate
Re-recording mixer: Maiken Hansen
Male Voice: Alex Britton
Female Voice: Laura Free
A Sundance 2013 short film.
Animator Galen Pehrson Takes the Folk Star on a Psychotropic Trip Into the Dark Heart of Hollywood
Hand-drawn 2D animation is something of a dying art. What inspires you to stay the course?
Galen Pehrson: I enjoy drawing and making little worlds. The passion comes from the feeling of seeing a character come to life, or clouds blowing over a landscape. It’s not a passion reserved for animation but for sharing, creating and collaborating.
Is the process quite drawn out and isolating?
GP: I spend months alone. This piece took four months. I counted something like 2,140 hours. The one day I took off, I ran my car over a boulder.
What animation directors have inspired you lately?
GP: I recently discovered Sally Cruikshank—a cab driver turned me on to her work and my mind was blown. I feel like we might be kindred spirits.
What themes do you find yourself exploring over and over again?
GP: I think the biggest theme is nighttime. I work through the night, and there’s a different feeling in the air: a kind of stillness and clarity that I’m grasping at and trying to relay.
Vivienne Westwood Loves is a celebration of quality and craftsmanship - bringing together British heritage brands that share a passion for traditional production techniques and the preservation of skills already passed down through many generations. Each brand was approached as they epitomise Vivienne's 'Quality over Quantity' and 'Buy less, choose well, make it last' ethos.
The five brands we have chosen to work with are Globe-Trotter, Gloverall, Johnstons of Elgin, Lock & Co. and Pantherella. Using the design heritage and know-how of each brand, we have produced a range of styles which marry Vivienne Westwood's singular vision with the quality and craftsmanship which only decades and in some cases centuries of history can bring to a product.
Directors - Julien Soulier & Adrien Landre
Creative Direction - David Obadia
A project supported by David Obadia & Nelson Hassan
Producer - Robin Accard // Partizan
Director of Photography - Sophian Belgarbi
First Assistant Camera - Martin Neumann
Second Assistant Camera - Laurene Le Barth
Assistant Directors - Marie Gabrielle Fabre
Steadycam Operator - Remi Quilichini
Chief Electrician - Elyan Charvet
Cast - Maxime Anselin // Rockmen Agency
Daniel Ralph Mfaya
Artist - Leonardo Godoy Muhsam
Sound Design - Schmooze
Post Production - Royal Post
Music - "Break Well" by Mount Kimbie
Courtesy of Warp Records
Special Thanks to:
Red-Hued Innocence and Extra-Terrestrial Disco From the Scandinavian Soloist
“No one behaved themselves,” says director Harley Weir of shooting the striking young stars of the video for “No End” by Finnish alt-pop sensation and part-time tram driver Jaakko Eino Kalevi. “We shot near to where my Mum is from in Scotland, and the boys and girls in the video are actually all brothers and sisters from a wonderful local family. The third youngest who is at the start of the film hated every minute of it! When he runs off at the end he’s genuinely leaving.” Photographer and filmmaker Weir, who has made films for Meadham Kirchhoff and Dazed & Confused, also shot the Lynchian cover photo of Kalevi for his debut worldwide release “Dreamzone,” a record of hazy abstract sounds that recalls Ariel Pink and Arthur Russell, of which today’s duet with fellow Helsinki-resident Suad Khalifa is a particular highlight. “People think it sounds a bit dubby too,” says Kalevi. “And I guess it is: I love Lee Scratch Perry, I always return to him.” Next up for him is an album that should drop some time next year, as well as the more immediate engagement of two intimate London shows. In the midst of this, Kalevi manages to indulge his passion for trams. “I still sometimes get to drive them,” says the musician. “But it's more like a hobby nowadays.”
Production and Camera Assistance by Alan Haig-Thomas. “Dreamzone” is out December 2 on Weird World.
Avant-garde filmmaker and regular SHOWstudio contributor Joseph Lally explores the complex interaction between two Dolce e Gabbana clad twin male models in this rough-and-ready fashion film. Lally sees the work as 'a strange look at these twins' relation to one another.' Is violence fun? Contemplate now.
Growing up in Madrid, Kilian developed an early love of gymnastics and artistic expression, all of which helped him to develop his own unique, dance-like skateboarding technique. The collaboration with Ballantine's sees him participating in a unique experiment, which draws from each and every one of these personal life influences, fusing all of the experiences in his life that he has stayed true to.
Jeff Koons and Pharrell Williams talk about using art to start a dialogue of acceptance, why Koons finds inspiration in everyday objects, and the messy custody battle that lead to the distruction of "Made in Heaven"
As a young girl I dreamed of having a voice in fashion. I worked hard to realize this dream an now I feel that I accomplished this mission. I always followed my own path. A new time is coming both for my personal life and the brand “Ann Demeulemeester”. I feel it’s time to separate our paths. “Ann Demeulemeester” is an adult brand now with its own identity and legacy that is able to continue growing without me. I trust the company and the people that worked hard with me. We prepared this step together and they feel ready to bring the brand further into the future. For the next winter-collection, we have decided to show men and women together in one show on the 27th of February 2014. The men’s collection will be in the showroom in January 2014. I want to thank all of you with all my heart for the trust and support you have given me. I feel proud of what we realized together. I’m a happy and fulfilled person, ready to create new challenges in life.
X Ann Demeulemeester
Made in New York in 2005, this short film is a faithful interpretation of Lou Reed’s famous song, “Walk on the Wild Side”. In regards to all the details, Lou Reed was consulted continuously throughout the process and the singer makes a cameo in the film. Written 30 years earlier, Lou Reed’s hymn celebrates five flamboyant characters, each one a fragile icon from Andy Warhol’s Factory: Holly Woodlawn, Candy Darling, Joe Dalessandro, Joe Campbell (aka Sugar Plum Fairy) and Jackie Curtis. Over five delicate tableaux Stéphane Sednaoui films these young people proudly displaying their sexuality and creativity, each one dreaming of becoming a star on the New York scene.
CIFF is bringing new light to their fashion and design fair with the help of Terry Richardson and Danish top model, Caroline Brasch. The pair are the new faces of CIFF's Fall/Winter 2014 campaign. Photographed by Terry Richardson himself, the campaign looks bring deserving attention to the Copenhagen fair.
"The choice of the high-profile photographer is a link in efforts to make Copenhagen a relevant international fashion destination, one that draws brands and buyers from around the world."
CIFF happened in Copenhagen, Denmark January 30 - February 2, 2014
A dress with different faces, 'The Lenticular dress' demands the viewer to suspend judgement. The design has a pattern that changes depending on the viewer's angle of perspective. Filmmaker Oscar Verpoort caught the optical illusion in this powerful video.
For the Te[ch]x(t)iles project from MOTI (Museum Of The Image) Peters formulated the ambition to make his prints, which until now were always created on fabrics in 2D, more dynamic. Inspired by lenticular printing, enabling a picture to move by means of a lens, Peters investigated the possibility of applying this technique on textile and created a 'multiple pattern' dress. Since the development of a thin lens is a long process, Peters took an intermediate step; instead of reducing this lenticular technique he actually enlarged it and converted this into a traditional textile adaptation: pleats.
Lenticular printing is mainly used for cards and cases. By applying this principle to clothing, the dynamics of movement, contrast and surprise is suddenly directly related to a person, the wearer. The wearer can hide by turning the black side to the viewer, or placing herself on the forefront by showing the colourful side.
This is something that Peters would like to investigate further within a next project.
Antoine: "It's about the little surprise that the dress brings to the individual and her environment. Design is more and more about meeting the consumer's wishes. You should be able to design it yourself, it should respond to the environment (hot or cold) or the person (physical, mood). I believe in the strength, vision and power of the designer. Suppose everything responds to our personality or desires, what shapes us then?
I do not want to take into account the mood of a person, I want to have a positive influence.''
Beatrice Prior, a teenager with a special mind, finds her life threatened when an authoritarian leader seeks to exterminate her kind in her effort to seize control of their divided society.
Directed by Neil Burger
Cast with Shailene Woodley, Theo James, Kate Winslet
CAST & CREW
Written and directed by Wes Anderson
Cinematography: Darius Khondji
Editing: Stephen Perkins
Production Design: Stefano Ortolani
Costumes Design: Milena Canonero
Music: Alessandro Casella & Randall Poster
Production: The Directors Bureau in association with Hi! Production
A collaboration between Concepts and Clarks, the Desert Palmer comes in two colorways — burgundy and teal, features premium Italian suede for the upper with metal eyelets, waxed cotton laces and gold foil-embossed insoles inside. In place of the traditional heel is a Clarks Desert Trek crepe sole.
Levi's® Vintage Clothing digs deep into the Levi's® Archives to reproduce iconic garments from bygone eras. For Fall 2013, Levi's® Vintage Clothing pays tribute to Motown's musical revolution and the slick styling's of the people that were there.
Detroit in the 1960s was a hotbed of both musical and cultural clash. Legendary music scenes like Motown and the early Garage Rock movement were literally happening across the street from each other. Set against the social unrest of the time, the music community in Detroit in the mid-1960s was like no other in history.
Boom Town celebrates this diversity by telling the story of the stylistic energies that were born from the Motor City during that very special time. In Boom Town, we embark on a heavily music driven story digging deep into the Detroit scene of the era. In the process of creating this film, we have painstakingly researched thousands of hours of archival footage ranging from rare dance club, performance and concert footage, lifestyle films, rare photo stills as well as wonderful industrial films from the times. We've then woven together exclusive voice-over interviews with original musicians, fans and scene-makers from the 1960s Detroit scene. The voices of personalities like Russ Gibb, the owner of the mythical garage club Grande Ballroom, Motown session guitarist (and producer of Rodgriguez' Sugar Man) album, Dennis Coffey, and legendary concert poster artist, Gary Grimshaw, come together with many other members of the Detroit scene to tell this fascinating story. Told through a series of vignettes, Boom Town is a grooving and stomping film that captures the style and attitude of a small group of musicians that continue to influence the worlds of fashion and music to this day.