Posts Tagged ‘vol 26.5’
Marika Hackman [Video]
Marika Hackman [Video]

We spent a day with Marika Hackman and recorded her singing the beautiful Mountain Spines. Director – Olivia Beasley Camera & Sound – Henrik Knudsen Stylist – Georgina Hodson Makeup/Hair – Annabel Callum Assistant – Dominic Hawgood

Heir Apparent
Heir Apparent

Carine Gilson neglige Carine Gilson neglige Giambattista Valli top, Dominic Jones ring Luv AJ necklace Photographs by Nicole Corbett Styled by Allison Bornstein Model: Samantha Xu @ Muse Model Management Hair: Yasutaké Kosaka Makeup: ChiChi Saito for Makeup For Ever Manicurist: Rie Okusa for Nars Photographic Assistant: Scott Ruddock

As Time Goes By
As Time Goes By

On her: Dowa rider jacketEcomaco baige pants On him: Dowa shirt, VBN pants Shida Tatsuya coat, Kagure skirt, Matohu boots Another Important Culture leather jacket, Shida Tatsuya skirt, Ecomaco white wrap skirt, Models own shoes Kagure shirt, VBN t-shirt and pants, Models own shoes Matohu yellow dress, Shida Tatsuya scarf Another Important Culture dress, Matohu […]

Issey Miyake
Issey Miyake

Clothing throughout by Issey Miyake Model Chloe Norgaard – One Management Photographs by Jacob Hodgkinson Styled by Keith S. Washington Makeup: Natsuka @ Avgvst Hair: Teru @ Propaganda Hair Manicurist: Nori Retouching: Sofia Zasheva & Walter Olio

Brush Strokes
Brush Strokes

Photographs by MARTIN VALLIN Makeup: Johanna Sylvan for YSL @ LinkDetails Hair: Martina Senke @ Mikas Looks Model: Andrea @ Mikas Retouching: Anders Wadin @ Stockholm Retouch

Mr. Magazine™
Mr. Magazine™

Her name is Magazine and she is irresistible. Her smell is like black, murky ink and her touch is as soft as gloss. Her eyes are taglines of mesmerizing prose that one man can’t deny. Her minions live in the palms of her enticing hands, where they are pulled close and nurtured at the bountiful […]

MUJI The Future is Bright
MUJI The Future is Bright

MUJI’s New York store is located in the New York Times building, which was designed by Prizker Prize-winning Italian architect Renzo Piano. The grand, modern, and open structure perfectly suits MUJI’s aesthetic and is where the company’s North America president, Hiroyoshi Azami, has agreed to meet to tell SOMA more about MUJI. Defining MUJI however, […]

Black Fashion Week
Black Fashion Week

Fashion history is wrought with imagery defying our perspective of what is beautiful: tall, slim, blonde, blue eyes…characteristics you’d normally attach to a white person. Fashion has always made it harder for the darker skinned girls, despite the few that triumphed such as Naomi Campbell, Chanel Iman and Joan Smalls. There just isn’t enough demand, […]

Dear Darling!
Dear Darling!

Guys out there who still haven’t decided what to give their significant other for the holidays, can now breathe a collective sigh of relief. The Victoria’s Secret Christmas Dreams & Fantasies Catalogue is here. And no excuses: for the more technically inclined, there’s also an iPad App for that. Surely each and every item in […]

Pencil It In With Taschen
Pencil It In With Taschen

Book publisher, Taschen, continuously produces pieces of art in the form of coffee table books. From fashion and design, to photography and fine art, there is no shortage of visual inspiration in their massive library.  In commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the birth of the great Gustav Klimt, Taschen has published Gustav Klimt: The […]

Dermablend the Blemishes Away
Dermablend the Blemishes Away

It’s an undeniable truth that whenever you have a slight blemish on your face, you’ll pick that zit endlessly. It will undoubtedly only end up looking worse and probably scar, but we can’t help it. It’s guaranteed that the flawless skin you see on a red carpet isn’t like that all the time. And it’s […]

Joseph Singh
Joseph Singh

It’s risky. You’re being reckless with your life. You’re wasting your time. It’s not going to be easy. Are you sure? Chances are, if you took the artistic route in life as a career path, you’ve heard at least, (if not all) of these in some sort of variation at least once in your life. […]

Luly Yang
Luly Yang

Seattle – Phrases like: “High-End design,” “Couture,” and “Fashion-Forward” aren’t usually the first words to pop into mind. Not the second either. Words and visions like: “Green,” “Jimi Hendrix,” and “Rain” flit across the psyche more readily. Beautiful scenery and whatnot, but beautiful dresses? Not so much. Enter Luly Yang. A passionately creative designer from […]

Street Pulse: NEW YORK CITY
Street Pulse: NEW YORK CITY

1. Do you use an iPhone or an Android? 2. How often would you say you check it? 3. Do you use your phone as a camera and if so do you Instagram? 4. When you take pictures with your phone, what kinds of things are you taking pictures of? 5. If someone were to […]

Love to Pose
Love to Pose

I-Pose is the latest addition to SOMA’s ongoing tradition of introducing unique, cutting-edge features to our magazine. This section portrays the winners of our online competition, where SOMA readers posed as their favorite icons. In this issue, we feature young creative minds from Tokyo and ask them to explain the reasoning behind their choices. Text […]

Yoshiyuki Miyamae
Yoshiyuki Miyamae

The ISSEY MIYAKE brand has been at the forefront of Japanese fashion since its women’s collection debuted in New York in 1971. Famed for their innovative and experimental creations, ISSEY MIYAKE continues to impress fashionistas the world over, with their latest Spring/Summer2013 range being no exception. Established by Mr. Issey Miyake, graduate of the prestigious […]

The Evolution of Haute Heels
The Evolution of Haute Heels

Awkward, terrifying, treacherously tall and slightly masochistic  are not typically words used to describe footwear. However, from showrooms to runways the industry has seen a trend of museum and editorial-worthy heels. As Vivienne Westwood introduced her sky-high nine-inch pumps to the world almost a decade ago – who could forget Naomi Campbell’s infamous spill – […]

Narada Michael Walden
Narada Michael Walden

Narada Michael Walden landed in the Bay Area in 1978 and a few years later, put together Tarpan, his world famous recording studio in San Rafael. The Grammy-winning drummer, songwriter, singer and producer was playing drums before he could walk and has collaborated with some of the biggest names in music, including Mariah Carey, Diana […]

Tori Amos
Tori Amos

Top by Sally LaPointe, full skirt by Carolina Herrera Tori Amos became a force in popular music with Little Earthquakes, an album full of confessional songs that balanced strong melodies with even stronger emotional content, including “Me And a Gun,” a graphic song about rape and abuse. Her slightly quirky melodies and emotional honesty won […]

The New Golden Age of Cocktails
The New Golden Age of Cocktails

Socially speaking, the cocktail is king. Few common customs will entrance and cause obsession in the manner of a properly mixed drink. Urbanites throughout the world scour their cities for the best Old Fashioned, the finest Last Word, often to realize beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

GP’s Neapolitan Elegance Romances Jersey City
GP’s Neapolitan Elegance Romances Jersey City

After 34 years in the restaurant business, George Politis brings a bit of East Village flair to Jersey with GP’s Restaurant, newly opened at 236 Pavonia Avenue (second to his first location in Guttenberg, NJ). From the small classic dishes with fresh ingredients that make up Politis’ signature menu, to the modern design, his new restaurant reflects the East Coast romance vibe of the young neighborhood. With Politis’ contemporary twists on typical Neapolitan fare and his restaurant’s chic interiors, GP’s Hamilton Park takes classic Italian dining to another level.


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