Jacob Van Loon
Madonna gets frisky.
Photograph by Steven Klein; styled by Arianne Phillips; W magazine March 2009.
Richard Brody discusses Luchino Visconti’s inside-movies melodrama “Bellissima”: http://nyr.kr/1f3cevY
At #mfw the key outerwear story was around the parka with 28 styles shown at the likes of Max Mara and Pucci, moving towards a more sophisticated style. Expect this newness to translate to retail for the season ahead, and the 90s styling to be picked up quickly by the younger mass market chains particularly. View our #mathmagic campaign here: http://wgsn.co/1g7p2SQ
Rios Das Mortes (1970)
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Ousmane Sembène, La noire de… (Black Girl), Film still, Senegal 1966, 65 min
The next installment in the bestselling “Selby” series, Fashionable Selby explores the kaleidoscopic world of fashion, featuring profiles of today’s most interesting designers, stylists, haberdashers, models, shoemakers, and more. The subjects include a mix of the avant-garde, the traditional, the must-haves, and the totally unexpected. Chapters on individual artists bring readers inside their studios, workshops, and homes, and include Selby’s signature photographs and watercolors of not only the artists and their environments, but also the things that inspire them, the materials they use, their creative process, the people who work alongside them, and the final pieces. From the showroom of one of the Antwerp Six to the studios of Central St. Martins in London to a punk knitter in Brooklyn, Selby captures some of fashion’s biggest names, rising stars, and best-kept secrets.
Bret Easton Ellis and Rob Zombie are set to team up for a new TV series based around the murderous exploits of the Manson Family…
Two chances to see Painkiller at the Belfast Film Festival - programme 3 of the shorts programme and in the Digital Arts Studios showcase as part of a mini Murphy retrospective. Work will include Shorts - The Dissenter and Painkiller - and fashion films including Dear John, Marry Me Jimmy Paul vs My Bad Sister and possibly even Pegsworth. Saturday 5th April, 5pm, Bean Bag Cinema.