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MALE MODEL PORTRAIT - NEM (ELMER OLSEN MODELS) BY EDWIN CABRERA

Male Model Portrait Model: Nem (ELMER OLSEN MODELS) Photographer: Edwin Cabrera (EDWIN CABRERA IMAGES)

Friday, July 13, 2018

FASHION FLASHBACK - TOM FORD'S GUCCI'S WHITE DRESS FALL -WINTER WOMEN RTW 1996

Let's do a fashion time warp.  Let's look back at one of the most memorable Tom Ford's Gucci collection.  They are the seminal white jersey gowns from Gucci's Women  Fall-Winter 1996 collection. The gown were highly influenced by Halston and Elsa Peretti. Vogue called them the “fashion equivalent of a one-night stand at Studio 54."





Thursday, July 12, 2018

FASHION MOMENT IN FILMS- GRACE JONES AS KATRINA IN KEITH HERRING VAMP ( 1986 )

Let's remember a great fashion moment in a film. Here is fashion icon Grace Jones as the vampire Katrina wearing Keith Herring's creation in 1986 cult film "Vamp".


 


Tuesday, February 20, 2018

SHORT FILM - MIU MIU PRESENTS WOMEN'S TALES "HELLO APARTMENT" DIRECTED BY DAKOT FANNING

Here is the latest chapter of MIU MIU WOMEN'S TALES titled "Hello Apartment" directed by Dakota Fanning. It features Eve Hewson, Tom Sturridge and Christina Rouner.
"Hello Apartment" is written by Liz Hannah (co-writer of Steven Spielberg’s Academy Award nominated The Post). Liz describes the short’s idea as, “reliving your past while going through what’s happening in your life now, in one space.” Dakota says the story, “was inspired by my first home, where I still live.
It is a shrine to experiences.” Asked if she envisages ever leaving her current place, she replies, “I’ve a hard time letting go. What happens to all those memories?” On her first experience as a director, Dakota admits, “I needed to scare myself a little.” She adds that, “Miu Miu feels like a family to me. It’s been a real joy to incorporate all the different looks.
This episode of new Women’s Tales is a tender portrait of a young woman, skipping sensually over days, months and years. It reminds us that we write ourselves into our surroundings. The scars are our stories. Decades later, a much older Ava returns to the same space, the same sun streaming though the large windows, and the memories flood back. “Hello apartment.”