Posts Tagged ‘vol 24.8’
Neighborhood Vibe With a Hi-Fi Sound
Neighborhood Vibe With a Hi-Fi Sound

Audyssey’s SoMA Inspiration South of Market, SF—It’s late in the afternoon and the streets of this San Francisco neighborhood brim with an eclectic mix of individuals who are, once again, reinventing a modern urban landscape. Nine-to-fivers filter into watering hole hotspots for happy hour concoctions. Up and down the street, new restaurants buzz with managers […]

Flotsam’s Wonder World
Flotsam’s Wonder World

photography Michael Cuffe A twisted carnival clown throws hurdles to those seeking their dreams while tempting others with the seven deadly sins in the artist Mike Shine’s “Flotsam’s Wonder World.” The interactive carnival pieces have been transformed into an “opera” consisting of 200 works of art at the new 941 Geary Gallery in San Francisco. […]

Reggie Watts
Reggie Watts

I first saw Reggie Watts perform at Rififi, a now-defunct nightclub in the Lower East Side. It was about a year ago, and I was there with a couple friends to watch a random line-up of comedians do their 15-minute sets. Everything was going along just fine until Reggie got up to do his thing. […]

Sarah Blasko
Sarah Blasko

Australian singer Sarah Blasko is an unlikely pop star. Her confessional songs are full of complicated feelings and tangled emotions, and her subtle vocal style owes as much to jazz and gospel singers as it does to any current diva. She croons her dreamy lyrics in a breathy voice, coming in before or after the […]

Phantogram
Phantogram

Josh Carter and Sarah Barthel, the duo who make up the group Phantogram, bring to the table a new sound, one that is filled with mystery and sex appeal. The undercurrent of hip hop beats, lilting vocals and intense emotional lyrics would bring any listener to their feet, swaying to the dreamlike tracks. Unlike most […]

Foster the People
Foster the People

Foster The People got together in LA less than a year ago. The band’s songwriter and front man, Mark Foster, had been doing solo acoustic gigs, but the songs he was writing needed some full band power. Everything clicked when he found drummer Mark Pontius and bass man Cubbie Fink. The first song they put […]

Sunday morning
Sunday morning

Zac Posen Knit Miu Miu Knee sock J.Mendel Fur Paul & Joe Shorts J.Mendel Capelet and necklace Stella McCartney Romper J.Mendel Fur hat Bottega Veneta Jacket Jimmy Choo Boots Louis Vuitton Skirt Stella McCartney Bra Denis Colomb Shawl Bottega Veneta Shoes Angelique Keenan Necklace Colette Ring Donna Karan Knit J.Mendel Necklace Hue Socks Bottega Veneta […]

Girls just wanna have fun
Girls just wanna have fun

Torn by Ronny Kobo Wolf print tank top IRO Ivory jeans Ksubi Romper Mango Clogs Surface to Air Motorcycle Jacket Levi’s Made & Crafted Jeans Top: Nice Collective Leather vest Cheap Monday Jeans Below, left to right: Zanerobe Motorcycle jacket Surface to Air Denim skirt Ksubi Jacket Cheap Monday Jeans Leifsdottir Leather jacket Cheap Monday […]

Future stars of fashion
Future stars of fashion

Vladimir Karaleev Born and raised in Sofia, Bulgaria, Karaleev moved to Berlin at the age of 19 to study fashion design at the University of Applied Sciences (where he was recently appointed guest lecturer). After completing his studies, in 2005 he launched his eponymous brand, with a capsule collection of experimental t-shirts entitled CUT 210. […]

Mark Seliger
Mark Seliger

Capturing the essence of celebrities, musicians and models, editorial photographer Mark Seliger has shot some of history’s exceptional, iconic portraits, shooting more than 125 covers for Rolling Stone. Born in Amarillo, Texas and raised in Houston, Mark attended East Texas State University where he studied photography and graphic design. He moved to NYC where he […]

Into the fall
Into the fall

Jacket Andy & Debb Jeans Ksubi Ring Verameat Blazer Davidelfin Blouse Kimberly Taylor Tops Alternative Apparel Jeans Ksubi Vintage eyeglasses Fabulous Fanny’s Ring Verameat Trench coat Camilla and Marc Cashmere cardigan Uniqlo Shirt Alternative Apparel Jeans Ksubi Ring Verameat Jacket No.6 Cashmere sweater Charlotte Ronson Blazer Rodebjer Cashmere cardigan Paul Smith Trousers Emporio Armani Vintage […]

Robert Molnar
Robert Molnar

What has been your proudest moment? I’m very fortunate to have had many…when I made “paper-like” clothing and my mother requested to be buried in “paper” panties that I was making at the time of her death. What has been your most embarrassing moment? My mother being buried in “paper” panties. The joke encapsulates both […]

Hussein Chalayan
Hussein Chalayan

Photo Chris Moore Abundantly oversized yet tailored suits, capes and slinky black hooded dresses flew effortlessly down Hussein Chalayan’s AW 2010 Mirage runway show. The collection was an amalgamation of rich camel, grey and black, with hints of purple, blue and red adding splashes of freshness to the classic color palette. Though the 40-year-old designer […]

Gucci Westman
Gucci Westman

“Luxury and mass market combined.” That’s how celebrity makeup artist Gucci Westman describes her collaboration with Revlon. In 2008, when the drugstore cosmetics giant realized it desperately needed an infusion of fashion credibility, the solution was clear: hire Westman as Global Artistic Director. It was an inspired choice. Not only has the talented makeup artist […]


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