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Dressing up for your own American Hustle

Film leaves it’s imprint across fashion just as fashion makes its mark on film. And since the costuming was arguably one of the best things about last year’s American Hustle, how could it not get just a few people obsessing about the plunging necklines and oversized sunglasses that were such a hallmark of the 1970s? Daniela Rettore‘s editorial Back to Seventies – photographed for the…
Back to Seventies by Daniela Rettore
Back to Seventies by Daniela Rettore
Back to Seventies by Daniela Rettore
Back to Seventies by Daniela Rettore
Back to Seventies by Daniela Rettore
Back to Seventies by Daniela Rettore
Back to Seventies by Daniela Rettore
Back to Seventies by Daniela Rettore

Heavy metals painting an ethereal portrait of beauty

They’re hard and dense, but also pure, hiding a mixture of colorful solids underneath a shiny and opaque surface, perhaps that’s why the result of heavy metals merging together feels almost surreal; like an otherworldly touch leaving copper, gold, bronze or silver metallic traces on an otherwise flawless skin. Borrowing Shazmin’s gorgeous features, every single one of the heavy metals is slowly being brought to…
Metallurgy by Christina Lazar-Schuler
Metallurgy by Christina Lazar-Schuler
Metallurgy by Christina Lazar-Schuler
Metallurgy by Christina Lazar-Schuler
Metallurgy by Christina Lazar-Schuler
Metallurgy by Christina Lazar-Schuler
Metallurgy by Christina Lazar-Schuler
Metallurgy by Christina Lazar-Schuler

How to promote a fashion week: ModaLisboa

He who truly understands fashion understands that it’s about more than clothes. I say “he” in this context because I’m talking about everyone everywhere, generally, but also specifically about the team behind the promotional spots for ModaLisboa, Lisbon’s biannual fashion week. Directors Miguel Coimbra and Marco Espírito Santo bring us this video promoting the 3 day event; a video where fabric is equally important to…
NSFW Photo gallery included.

Ports 1961 Autumn (Fall) / Winter 2014

Think Charlotte Rampling in the ’70s: razor cheekbones beneath full, soft hair, furs and trench coats and stilettos and bare skin, poised across plush hotel furnishings. Helmut Newton’s black and white photos of Rampling looking like just that are what inspired Fiona Cibani’s fall / winter 2014 collection for Ports: and it’s a brilliant thing that they did.

These Star Wars dresses will have the geek in you rejoicing

While my thoughts around the upcoming re-ignition of the Star Wars franchise revolve mostly around the frivolous (Will there be Ewoks? Will C-3PO still possess that delightful mix of politeness and pure camp? Will The Force be cooler now that we have better special effects?) there’s also the question of its cultural influence. We need not have waited too long to find links reappearing between…

Mad Eyre: the lesser told story

Everyone has a story, it just depends on whether their story is the one being told. In the land of TV and film, it’s not uncommon for peripheral characters to be awarded a spin-off: the spotlight leaps onto their lives and the story keeps unravelling with them at the center of it. We might find out their backstory, what made them who they are. But…
Mad Eyre by Eleonora D'Urbano
Mad Eyre by Eleonora D'Urbano
Mad Eyre by Eleonora D'Urbano
Mad Eyre by Eleonora D'Urbano
Mad Eyre by Eleonora D'Urbano
Mad Eyre by Eleonora D'Urbano
Mad Eyre by Eleonora D'Urbano
Mad Eyre by Eleonora D'Urbano

5 ridiculously sexy videos to watch this weekend (NSFW)

Sexiness can take on many forms: it can be playful or genuine, loud or poetic, it can be straightforward or subtle, but no matter what defines it, in the end its impact is roughly the same. Even more captivating if possible, when high sensuality enters fashion territory things are bound to get on the provocative side. Set somewhere between art and fantasy, these 5 ultra-sexy fashion films promise to enrapture you.

Saint Laurent wants your boy to kiss boys

“The most beautiful clothes that can dress a woman are the arms of the man she loves.” – Yves Saint Laurent. Emmanuel Giraud and Paul Franco direct a video for the Saint Laurent of the current generation: young, gritty, sexy, carefree, tough. Somewhere along the line the meaning of luxury was reshaped and rewritten, and Saint Laurent under Hedi Slimane is at the fore. In…

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